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Map of manhattan on In late 1965, Spector presented the Turners with a simple proposition he would give them a Number 1 record, but only if Ike was in no way involved in the production. Ike Turner willingly agreed, but only after en – suring his name would appear on the record. During the first weeks of 1966, Spector and Tina Turner entered the studio to create the producer’s magnum opus, the single River Deep?Mountain High, over a marathon five sessions that cost $22,000 to complete. The overproduced single was released on May 14, 1966, stalled at Number 88, and was gone from the charts in five weeks. In Britain, however, the song was a hit peaking at Number 2. Feeling betrayed by the American public, Spector took out ads in the trades which read, Benedict Arnold Was Right. He closed Philles Records in 1967 and after appearing in a small role as a drug dealer in Easy Rider (1968) retreated behind the walls of his Beverly Hills mansion to live in near seclusion with his bodyguards, servants, and Ronnie Bennett. Map of manhattan 2016.

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