The latest mugshot of Phillip Harvey Spector, 76, the Rock & Roll Hall of Famer who was convicted in 2009 of killing actress Lana Clarkson has been released Tuesday. The newly taken mugshot shows Spector completely bald as compared to his previous photographs where he had long hair. In the mugshot, Spector can also be seen wearing hearing aids.

The photograph provided by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation was taken in June. It shows the music producer smiling broadly. All his previous mugshots have shown him to be bald on the top with long hair at the back, the Associated Press reported.

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Spector is currently serving a 19-year sentence for the second-degree murder of Clarkson in 2003. With the release of his latest mugshot, the police did not provide any update on his medical condition, reports said.

Spector is best known for hits such as “Da Doo Ron Ron” and “You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling."

In September 2014, two photographs of Spector were released, one of which shows the music producer smiling. He was known for his elaborate hairstyles and had even worn wigs during his 2009 trial, E News reported.

Following are some of the facts about the legendary music producer.

1. With the help of independent producers, Spector, American record label executive Lester Sill, and songwriter Lee Hazlewood, traveled to New York and worked with lyricist and composer duo — Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. After forming their own label in 1961, Spector and Sill went on to produce some hits in the coming years. In 1966, Spector produced Ike and Tina Turner's single "River Deep, Mountain High," which Spector considered to be his greatest production till date. The song was placed at No. 3 on the U.K. pop charts and it peaked at No. 88 in the U.S. which likely was the cause to send Spector into seclusion for two years. During that time, there were reports of him acting in an eccentric way and in an almost psychotic manner. For the rest of the 60s, he did very little, according to his biography website.

2. Spector was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame despite his strange behavior. Till 2003, he kept writing and producing music after which he was arrested for shooting Clarkson. On the day of her murder, there was a 911 call from Spector's driver, following which the police discovered Clarkson's body at Spector's mansion in Alhambra, California. She was shot through the roof of her mouth. 

3. On March 19, 2007, jury selection began in Clarkson's murder trial. On April 30, a judge ruled that Clarkson's murder trial can be televised. On May 15, Spector's driver, Adriano Desouza, testified just after the gun shot, Spector said, "I think I killed somebody," CNN reported.

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4. In February 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to review the music producer's conviction. In October 2013, he was shifted to the California Health Care Facility in Stockton which treats sick inmates.