THE MUSIC OF JACK NITZSCHE on Selvin On The City

From The Lonely Surfer to Up Where We Belong, from arranging the historic Wall of Sounds sessions for producer Phil Spector to cutting movie soundtrack albums with Captain Beefheart and Miles Davis, the late Jack Nitzsche had one of the most amazing careers in music ever.

Capt. Beefheart: Hard Workin’ Man
John Lee Hooker/Miles Davis: Comin’ To Town
Mick Jagger: Memo From Turner
Joe Cocker: Up Where We Belong
Rolling Stones: Let’s Spend the Night Together
Neil Young: A Man Needs a Maid
Marianne Faithful: Sister Morphine
Jackie De Shannon: When You Walk In the Room
Ronettes: Be My Baby
Mink deVille: Mixed Up Shook Up Girl
Ron Nagle: House Of Mandia
Buffalo Springfield: Expecting To Fly
Ringo Starr: Photograph
Jack Nitzsche: The Lonely Surfer

YOUNG PHIL SPECTOR on Selvin On The City

After graduating high school in Los Angeles, 19 year-old Phil Spector went to New York to serve an apprenticeship, working with Leiber and Stoller and others on a succession of unsuccessful singles that are among the rarest records in the basement record library.