The 69-year-old music producer/murder convict was recently transferred to the California Substance Abuse Treatment Facility and State Prison in Corcoran, Calif., and his wife says he needs a few things to spruce up his cell.

“He wants a TV and an iPod or something like that for listening to music,” Rachelle Spector said Tuesday. “And he would like to be able to receive e-mail.”

Because Spector is classified as a medium-security inmate, the famed music producer can have a few comforts and may even be allowed to have a musical instrument, although he has yet to request one. Not only do some prisoners have instruments, but a few have even formed groups within the prison’s walls. Talk about your jailhouse rock.

Spector, who was convicted in May of second-degree murder in the shooting death of actress Lana Clarkson, was recently housed in North Kern State Prison. Spector’s wife wrote a letter claiming alleged abuses of her husband, including being forced to sleep on the floor naked for two nights and having to eat his dinner out of a bowl on the floor “like a dog.”

A prison official refuted the allegations, saying such actions “would be a violation of policies and laws.”

But back to that iPod. If Spector gets his wish and receives the world’s most popular personal music player, what songs do you think should be included on it to make his 19-years-to-life sentence a little more comfortable? Leave your suggestions in the comment thread below.