The Wrecking Crew: Documentary Film Screening, Q&A and Special Appearance by Nancy Sinatra
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The last date listed for The Wrecking Crew was Saturday February 9, 2013 / 8:00pm (Doors Open at 6:00pm).
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It was looking behind the curtain. It's amazing to realize the Wrecking Crew played on some of the best LPs that came out of LA in the 60s instead of the groups themselves - a real eye-opener even for someone who has been in the biz since the early 70s. Great touch with Jerry Moss, Lou Adler and Herb Alpert giving Hal Blaine a "gold record' as he played on the #1 song 7 years in a row.
I thought the editing could have been a bit better and it would have been nice if more musicians from that day allowed themselves to be interviewed, but it was a great doc...like "Standing in the Shadows of Motown" only with less music because they can't seem to get music rights.
The one thing that was strange is they advertised "appearance by Nancy Sinatra & Friends" and the only time she was there was in the film. By the way it was advertised we all thought she was appearing live.
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The Wrecking Crew is an exceptionally fine documentary film. I had heard about it for years but this was my first opportunity to see it. The film has not officially been released yet. The producers are still raising money to pay licensing fees for...continued
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Located in the heart of Beverly Hills, The Saban Theatre is a 1897 seat theatre features classic architecture and all the ammenities, and of course, only the best in the world of entertainment.
A portion of this screening’s proceeds will go to the non-profit International Documentary Foundation to help fund the film’s eventual commercial release, as well as to the musician’s charity Sweet Relief.