Being on trial for murder is a hair-raising experience, no doubt about it. So let's all forgive PHIL SPECTOR for the 'fro he sported in court last week, where the storied pop-music producer stands accused of having shot actress Lana Clarkson at his home in 2003. (The high heels he wore to court are less explicable.) The judge decided to allow testimony from four women claiming that Spector--who in better days worked with the likes of the Beatles--threatened them with guns. The defense called the accusations completely untrue and said the women were just seeking publicity. Spector, who has pleaded not guilty, is free on $1 million bail. But there's little need to worry about him going on the lam: his hair doesn't fit through the door.