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DVD Review: The Wrecking Crew

The Truth Behind The Music Review by David Clark Eras of music like the east coast swing of the 40’s, to the New Orleans Jazz of the 50’s, through the Rock craze of the 60’s, have transcended time and left their imprint on the world of music to this day. It does not matter if a person was born in the 1920’s or the 1990’s, they have heard the names of groups like The Monkees, Sonny and Cher, or Sinatra. To this day modern music is still grounded in and borrows from the riffs, bass lines, and melodies from those decades. Artists in the music industry often point to musical heroes from those years as their inspirations. There are names from the 1940’s-1960’s that people today do not know. Names that were so important in the music industry they changed the way music was played. Yet, ask around today about Hal Blaine, Tommy Tedesco, Carol Kaye, or Plas Johnson and people will likely scratch their heads in confusion. The documentary titled The Wrecking Crew published in 20