Los Angeles: 1965.
1 page, 11 x 8.5 inches, Los Angeles, February, 1965. Extremely rare letter signed "Phillip" by the legendary and reclusive music producer. Written to his business partner regarding a film project (The T.A.M.I. Show), typed entirely in capital letters, in part: "...I DID NOT DECIDE WITH JOEL (Steinberger) IF STEWART (Stern) WAS TO BEGIN WRITING THE SCREENPLAY BECAUSE I DO NOT CARE. THE ONLY PROTECTION I WANT IS THAT, SHOULD I GET THE DEAL, AND HE IS TO RECEIVE PAYMENT, HE HAS TO BE AVAILABLE TO WRITE IT..." With handwritten corrections and two holes punched in top margin; torn through to the edge. Accompanied by an original, sealed 1964 album "Back to Back" by The Righteous Brothers, produced by Phil Spector, and an original Philles Records, Inc. 45 rpm "He's Sure the Boy I Love" by the Crystals. The letter is in very good(-) condition; the records are in fine condition.