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Listen To Wrecking Crew Bassist Carol Kaye (Interview)

For music fans, one of the most intriguing documentaries on offer at this year’s New Zealand International Film Festival is The Wrecking Crew. The film shines a light on the group of session musicians who worked in Los Angeles in the 1960s in Los Angeles and played on just about every hit record to come out of LA including those by The Beach Boys, Frank Sinatra, Sonny & Cher and Paul Revere & The Raiders. 117 more words


(Review) "The Wrecking Crew" (2015)

Si ustedes vivieron los sesentas o son fans de la música de esa época, el documental “The Wrecking Crew” los va a divertir y encantar ampliamente. 190 more words


The Wrecking Crew (2015)

This isn’t one of those documentaries that leave you feeling wrecked at the end with your emotions, but it was a highly interesting look at the music industry in Los Angeles during the 60’s. 144 more words


"Hounds, Part 2: Balancing Act"

It had taken over a month to clear all of the permissions and requisitions for the move from Sanctuary to the old gyrocopter training grounds in the Dust, but Hell was already glad for the change of scenery. 1,831 more words

Borderlands Fan Fiction

A cool U.N.C.L.E. publicity still (1965)

Toward the end of the first season of The Man From U.N.C.L.E., David McCallum, playing Illya Kuryakin, posed for a series of publicity stills during production of The Girls of Nazarone Affair, the next-to-last episode of the show’s first season. 89 more words

The Other Spies

Sessions In the Spotlight

It was long a truism of rock history that the emergence of the Beatles and Bob Dylan brought a new maturity to the form.  Rather than the old model of groomed teen idols churning out formulaic doggerel for the adolescent masses, the second generation of rock ‘n’ rollers wrote, sang, and played their own songs of personal expression, imparting an artistic depth which audiences soon came to expect from pop music generally. 574 more words


The Wrecking Crew, documentary

There’s an interesting documentary called The Wrecking Crew that I just watched. It features the many session musicians who played on many hit songs from the 1960’s and 1970’s. 116 more words