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  • The wrecking crew

    By jimmybooM
    Extremely interesting. I thought I knew a lot about American music history until I started reading this. I would suggest this book to any one interested in behind the scenes of the music industry!
  • The Wrecking Crew

    By Bubatsa
    I'm a musician who enjoys and plays music from this era. I often remember arguing with friends and fellow musicians over who was the best band or the better player from the different bands. After reading "The Wrecking Crew" , I guess we were all correct because the same musicians played on all of our favorite records! I strongly recommend this book for an explanation of the quality of musicianship that went into the creation of a group sound when being recorded. I suspect that the real members of the group must have really woodshedded to learn the solos off of the hired guns.( In the long run The Wrecking Crew forced the real band members to become better players so we all gained.) This book was hard to put down and the insertion of specific song sessions really brought back some nice memories of a wonderful era. Some very gifted players left us a large catalogue of songs that make us sad, happy,longing,etc. The next time you listen to the hits on the oldies channel, you are really going to know the players better.
  • The Wrecking Crew

    By sciguy105
    Great book if you are interested in the early days of rock and roll! The sections on Phil Spector and many of the early 60's rock groups (i.e. - The Crystals, Beach Boys, Jan and Dean, Simon & Garfunkel, etc.) are very interesting in explaining how "The Wrecking Crew" was instrumental in developing the background music for many of their hits.
  • The Wrecking Crew

    By Jerome Grossman
    A true history lesson of music, The Wrecking Crew brought so many great studio sesions to life. I literally did not want this book to end. I'd recommend it especially to young musicians to understand what it takes to break into the business. Truly a fantastic read.