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The Wrecking Crew: The Inside Story Of Rock And Roll's Best-kept Secret

Author: Hartman, Kent

Publication Date: 02/14/2012

Format: Hardcover

A Fascinating Look Into The West Coast Recording Studio Scene Of The '60s And The Inside Story Of The Music You Heard On The Radio. If You Always Assumed The Musicians You Listened To Were The Same People You Saw Onstage, You Are In For A Big Surprise! In Los Angeles In The 1960s-70s, If You Wanted To Record A Chart-topping Track Or Album, You Called In The Crack Session Musicians Collectively Known As The Wrecking Crew. Consisting Of Artists Unknown Outside The Music Industry, Like Drummer Hal Blaine And Bass Player Carol Kaye, As Well As Those Who Would Go On To Recording Fame Of Their Own, Such As Glen Campbell And Leon Russell, The Wrecking Crew Was The West Coast's Cream Of The Crop Of Session Players, Backing Top-notch Hit Makers Phil Spector, Frank Sinatra, The Beach Boys, Simon & Garfunkel, And Many More. Yesterday Once More -- California Dreamin' -- Limbo Rock -- He's A Rebel -- The Little Old Lady (from Pasadena) -- What'd I Say -- I Got You, Babe -- Mr. Tambourine Man -- River Deep, Mountain High -- Eve Of Destruction -- Strangers In The Night -- Good Vibrations -- Let's Live For Today -- Up, Up And Away -- Classical Gas -- Wichita Lineman -- Macarthur Park -- Bridge Over Troubled Water -- (they Long To Be) Close To You -- Love Will Keep Us Together. Kent Hartman. Includes Bibliographical References (p. [275]-283) And Index.

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