Things Are Changing

Album: Anthology (1966)


  • This was written and produced by Phil Spector. It is about unity and how everyone is equal and is able to make whatever accomplishments and received whatever jobs they desire, regardless of their race, creed, or color.
  • This was released as a promotional single for the Advertising Council's Public Service Announcement for the Equal Employment Opportunities Campaign. This song's first appearance on an album was on the third version of their compilation Anthology in 1995. It later appeared on the fourth version of Anthology in 2001. >>
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    Jerro - New Alexandria, PA, for above 2

Comments: 1

  • Teresa from Mechelen, BelgiumNot easy being a Phil Spector's fan living in Belgium. When I'm looking for a Spector's cd I go to different shops in Brussels to hear finally
    "Not available in Belgium, we can get it for you, but it takes at least a month". That's the way I got Phil Spector's "Back to Mono", "Greatest Hits" from The Teddy Bears and Phil Spector's
    "Flips and Rarities". I would like to have this one too, so if anyone can help me ... it would really be great. A Belgian Phil Spector's fan.
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