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VA - The Wrecking Crew (2015)

30-11-2015, 14:32
Music | Jazz | R&B | Pop | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: The Wrecking Crew
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Rockbeat Records
Genre: Pop, Rock, R&B, Jazz
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 3:39:25
Total Size: 503 MB / 1.14 GB


Disc 1:
01. Be My Baby - The Ronettes
02. Walk Right In - The Moments
03. This Diamond Ring - Gary Lewis & The Playboys
04. The Birds and the Bees - Jewel Akens
05. La Bamba - Ritchie Valens
06. Johnny Angel - Shelly Fabares
07. Mr. Tambourine Man - The Byrds
08. Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr. discuss Stoned Soul Picnic - Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr.
09. Stoned Soul Picnic - 5th Dimension
10. Let's Go (Pony) - The Routers
11. Deep Purple - April and Nino
12. Donna - Ritchie Valens
13. Let's Dance - Chris Montez
14. Mike Melvoin Drummer Joke - Mike Melvoin
15. Dean Torrence talks about Baby Talk - Dean Torrence
16. Baby Talk - Jan and Dean
17. Monday, Monday - The Mamas & The Papas
18. To Know Him Is to Love Him - The Teddy Bears
19. Guantanamera - The Sandpipers

Disc 2:
01. Good Vibrations - The Beach Boys
02. California Dreamin' - The Mamas & The Papas
03. Dizzy - Tommy Roe
04. Barry McGuire talks about Eve of Destruction - Barry McGuire
05. Eve of Destruction - Barry McGuire
06. Windy - The Association
07. Up, Up and Away - 5th Dimension
08. This Guy's In Love With You - Herb Alpert
09. Everybody's Talkin' - Harry Nilsson
10. The Big Hurt - Miss Toni Fisher
11. Mary, Mary - The Monkees
12. The Beat Goes On - Sonny & Cher
13. Baja - Jack Nizsche
14. California Sunshine Girl - The Shacklefords
15. The Flying Telecaster Story - Michael Nesmith
16. You Told Me - Michael Nesmith
17. Little War - Suzi Jane Hokom

Disc 3:
01. Wichita Lineman - Glen Campbell
02. Midnight Confessions - The Grass Roots
03. God Only Knows - The Beach Boys
04. Danke Shoen - Wayne Newton
05. Louie Shelton talks about Valerie - Louie Shelton
06. Valleri - The Monkees
07. Another Saturday Night - Sam Cooke
08. Out of Limits - The Marketts
09. Sleep In the Grass - Ann Margret & Lee Hazelwood
10. Indian Reservation (The Lament of the Cherokee Reservation Indian) - Paul Revere & The Raiders
11. Mike Melvoin Saxaphone Player Joke - Mike Melvoin
12. Gypsies, Tramps & Thieves - Cher
13. Summer Breeze - Seals & Crofts
14. The Lonely Surfer - Jack Nitzsche
15. Hal Blaine - 3 Piece Suit Joke
16. Whipped Cream - The Tijuana Brass
17. Dedicated to the One I Love - The Mamas & The Papas
18. Bein' Green - Ray Charles
19. Julie, Do Ya Love Me - Bobby Sherman
20. Forget Marie - Lee Hazelwood

Disc 4: Crew Cuts (Recordings Under Their Own Name)
01. The Beat Goes On - Hal Blaine
02. Surfin' Hootenanny - Al Casey
03. James Bond Theme - Billy Strange
04. Walking and Talking - Tommy Tedesco
05. Floreando - Al Delory
06. DePatie Melt - Don Randi & John DePatie
07. Safari West - Buddy Collette
08. Deep Drum - Hal Blaine
09. Lost In the Shuffle - Mike Deasy
10. Cute - Frank Capp
11. Concierto De Aranjuez - Dennis Budimir
12. Ciao Bella - Emil Richards
13. Blues Cha Cha - Michel Rubini
14. Beginner's Luck - Lyle Ritz
15. Afternoon In Paris - Chuck Berghofer
16. Begin the Blues - Barney Kessel
17. Room 2000 - Tommy Tedesco
18. Grease Patrol - Plas Johnson

They were the studio musicians behind some of the biggest hits in the 1960s and 70s. From Be My Baby to California Girls Strangers in the Night to Mrs. Robinson You've Lost that Lovin Feelin to Up, Up and Away and from Viva Las Vegas to Mr. Tambourine Man the group dubbed The Wrecking Crew played on them all. Six years in a row in the late 1960s and early 1970s, the Grammy for Record of the Year went to Wrecking Crew member recordings.
The talents of this group of first call players were used on almost every style of recording including television theme songs, film scores, advertising jingles and almost every genre of American popular music, from the Monkees to Bing Crosby. Notable artists employing the Wrecking Crew's talents included Nancy Sinatra, Bobby Vee, the Partridge Family, David Cassidy, Jan & Dean, the Mamas & the Papas, the 5th Dimension, the Association, the Carpenters, Glen Campbell, Cher, John Denver, the Beach Boys, Simon and Garfunkel, the Grass Roots and Nat King Cole.
The record producers most often associated with the Wrecking Crew are Phil Spector, who used the Crew to create his trademark Wall of Sound and Beach Boys member and songwriter Brian Wilson, who used the Crew's talents on many of his mid-1960s productions including the songs Good Vibrations, California Girls, Pet Sounds, and the original recordings for Smile. Members of the Wrecking Crew played on the first Byrds single recording, Mr. Tambourine Man, because Columbia Records, namely, producer Terry Melcher did not trust the skills of Byrd musicians except for Roger McGuinn. Spector used the Wrecking Crew on Leonard Cohen's fifth album, Death of a Ladies Man.
Two of their members, drummers Hal Blaine and Earl Palmer, were among the inaugural Sidemen inductees to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2000, while the entire Wrecking Crew was inducted into the Musicians Hall of Fame in 2007. According to Blaine, the name the Wrecking Crew was derived from the impression that he and the younger studio musicians made on the business older generation, who felt that they were going to wreck the music industry.

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shutyourmouth   User offline   30 November 2015 17:53

Great soundtrack to a great film Thanks!

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bananajoe73   User offline   2 December 2015 23:32

it's possible to have a link with please?

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