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Session Men: Nashville's A Team (Director Gil Baker)
 
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CLICK "SUBSCRIBE" FOR MORE FROM THIS CHANNEL Bob Moore, Buddy Harman, Grady Martin, Ray Edenton, Pig Robbins, Charlie McCoy, Fred Carter Jr, Vince Gill, Brenda Lee, Tony Brown. Cinematography Matt Coale, Rob Lindsay. Sound Matt Andrews. Produced, directed and edited by Gil Baker. THE SESSION MEN STORY 1965. At Western Studios in LA, a group of musicians (later known as The Wrecking Crew) are working on a song called Help Me Rhonda. They include Glen Campbell, Hal Blaine, Larry Knechtel, Don Randi and Ms. Carol Kaye on bass. When Rhonda shoots to Number One, the Beach Boys are heralded for their brilliant musicianship. But their live shows don't sound like their records. And no wonder. The Wrecking Crew performed on all of the big Beach Boys hits. Brian Wilson requested these players after hearing the magic they created for Phil Spector on productions like Be My Baby, Da Do Ron Ron and He's a Rebel. It's not widely known that Capitol's contract with The Beach Boys, who were signed by Nick Venet, stipulated that they hire studio musicians. Wrecking Crew players also tracked hits for The Byrds (Mr Tambourine Man, Turn Turn Turn) Association (Never My Love, Cherish) Mamas & Papas (California Dreamin', Monday Monday) Grass Roots (Midnight Confessions, Sooner or Later) Carpenter's (Close To You, We've Only Just Begun) Fifth Dimension (Wedding Bell Blues, Marry Me Bill) Monkees (Mary Mary) Paul Revere's Raiders (Kicks, Steppin' Stone) Jay's American's (Cara Mia, Come a Little Bit Closer) Sonny & Cher (I Got You Babe, The Beat Goes On) Herb Alpert (Lonely Bull, This Guy) America (Ventura Highway, Horse with No Name) Frank (Strangers in The Night) and Nancy (Boots) to name just a few. Crew member Larry Knechtel, who won a Grammy for his piano and arrangement of Bridge Over Troubled Water, is responsible for the organ on Never My Love, the bass on Mr Tambourine Man and that electric six-string solo on Bread's classic, The Guitar Man. Through the 1950's, studio musicians were expected to show up on time and read the parts an arranger had written for them. But with folk and rock dominating radio in the 1960's, sheet music went out the window. Great records in these genres demanded session players who could figure out their own parts, and come up with an arrangement themselves. Recording acts, composers, producers, publishers all received royalties. But the session men were paid what amounted to an hourly wage for their invaluable contributions on huge hits. This inequity eventually lead the session men in LA to threaten a strike. But the Musician's Union settled for an increased hourly wage and some added benefits. Still no royalty of any kind for the session men. Not even a single percentage point to split between them. The Wrecking Crew's counterpart in Alabama was the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section. Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Jimmy Johnson, Pete Carr, Spooner Oldham and Barry Beckett were kids when they began cutting classics like Mustang Sally, When A Man Loves a Woman, I'm Your Puppet, Kodachrome, My Little Town, Tonight's the Night, Old Time Rock & Roll and Aretha's signature, Respect. They also cut hits with The Osmond Brothers, Dr Hook and other major label acts. As members of Nashville's A Team, Grady Martin, Bob Moore, Buddy Harman, Ray Edenton and Pig Robbins played on well over 15,000 sessions between 1957 and 1987, including the biggest country and crossover hits of all time. These legendary studio musicians created the instrumental magic behind Elvis, Patsy, Conway Twitty, Brenda Lee, Jerry Lee Lewis, Marty Robbins, Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette, Johnny Cash, George Jones, Tom T Hall, Crystal Gayle and literally hundreds of other stars. The American Studios Band ruled in Memphis, where Reggie Young, Gene Chrisman, Bobby Wood, Bobby Emmon, Mike Leech and Tommy Cogbill pasted the groove on classics like Sweet Caroline, Drift Away, Son of A Preacher Man, Angel of The Morning, Hooked on A Feeling, You Were Always on My Mind, Good Time Charlie’s Got The Blues, Suspicious Minds, In The Ghetto, Kentucky Rain, Funky Broadway, singles by The Box Tops (Cry Like A Baby, The Letter) and dozens of other hits. After helping to invent The Sound of Philadelphia heard on hits like Love Train, Me & Mrs Jones, If You Don't Know Me By Now, Backstabbers and Elton's Philadelphia Freedom, the MFSB Rhythm Section players, led by Bobby Eli, Earl Young and Vince Montana, created a new 70's genre with dance tracks like Disco Inferno. NYC studio greats Will Lee, Chuck Rainey, Paul Griffin, Vinny Bell, Herbie Lovelle, Hugh McCracken and David Spinozza discuss their careers and perform - with John Sebastian, (who played on dozens of sessions for other artists) providing commentary. Along with profiles on the key players at Motown, Stax, Criteria and the studio scenes in Chicago and London - Session Men explodes some long standing myths, and celebrates these unsung heroes of popular music. Gil Baker
Session Men: Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section (Director Gil Baker)
 
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CLICK "SUBSCRIBE" FOR MORE FROM THIS CHANNEL Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Jimmy Johnson, Pete Carr, Clayton Ivey, Johnny Rivers and Fame producer Rick Hall. Cinematography John Wolf. Sound Rodney Hall. Filmed at Fame Recording Studio. THE SESSION MEN STORY 1965. At Western Studios in LA, a group of musicians (later known as The Wrecking Crew) are working on a song called Help Me Rhonda. They include Glen Campbell, Hal Blaine, Larry Knechtel, Don Randi and Ms. Carol Kaye on bass. When Rhonda shoots to Number One, the Beach Boys are heralded for their brilliant musicianship. But their live shows don't sound like their records. And no wonder. The Wrecking Crew performed on all of the big Beach Boys hits. Brian Wilson requested these players after hearing the magic they created for Phil Spector on productions like Be My Baby, Da Do Ron Ron and He's a Rebel. It's not widely known that Capitol's contract with The Beach Boys, who were signed by Nick Venet, stipulated that they hire studio musicians. Wrecking Crew players also tracked hits for The Byrds (Mr Tambourine Man, Turn Turn Turn) Association (Never My Love, Cherish) Mamas & Papas (California Dreamin', Monday Monday) Grass Roots (Midnight Confessions, Sooner or Later) Carpenter's (Close To You, We've Only Just Begun) Fifth Dimension (Wedding Bell Blues, Marry Me Bill) Monkees (Mary Mary) Paul Revere's Raiders (Kicks, Steppin' Stone) Jay's American's (Cara Mia, Come a Little Bit Closer) Sonny & Cher (I Got You Babe, The Beat Goes On) Herb Alpert (Lonely Bull, This Guy) America (Ventura Highway, Horse with No Name) Frank (Strangers in The Night) and Nancy (Boots) to name just a few. Crew member Larry Knechtel, who won a Grammy for his piano and arrangement of Bridge Over Troubled Water, is responsible for the organ on Never My Love, the bass on Mr Tambourine Man and that electric six-string solo on Bread's classic, The Guitar Man. Through the 1950's, studio musicians were expected to show up on time and read the parts an arranger had written for them. But with folk and rock dominating radio in the 1960's, sheet music went out the window. Great records in these genres demanded session players who could figure out their own parts, and come up with an arrangement themselves. Recording acts, composers, producers, publishers all received royalties. But the session men were paid what amounted to an hourly wage for their invaluable contributions on huge hits. This inequity eventually lead the session men in LA to threaten a strike. But the Musician's Union settled for an increased hourly wage and some added benefits. Still no royalty of any kind for the session men. Not even a single percentage point to split between them. The Wrecking Crew's counterpart in Alabama was the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section. Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Jimmy Johnson, Pete Carr, Spooner Oldham and Barry Beckett were kids when they began cutting classics like Mustang Sally, When A Man Loves a Woman, I'm Your Puppet, Kodachrome, My Little Town, Tonight's the Night, Old Time Rock & Roll and Aretha's signature, Respect. They also cut hits with The Osmond Brothers, Dr Hook and other major label acts. As members of Nashville's A Team, Grady Martin, Bob Moore, Buddy Harman, Ray Edenton and Pig Robbins played on well over 15,000 sessions between 1957 and 1987, including the biggest country and crossover hits of all time. These legendary studio musicians created the instrumental magic behind Elvis, Patsy, Conway Twitty, Brenda Lee, Jerry Lee Lewis, Marty Robbins, Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette, Johnny Cash, George Jones, Tom T Hall, Crystal Gayle and literally hundreds of other stars. The American Studios Band ruled in Memphis, where Reggie Young, Gene Chrisman, Bobby Wood, Bobby Emmon, Mike Leech and Tommy Cogbill pasted the groove on classics like Sweet Caroline, Drift Away, Son of A Preacher Man, Angel of The Morning, Hooked on A Feeling, You Were Always on My Mind, Good Time Charlie’s Got The Blues, Suspicious Minds, In The Ghetto, Kentucky Rain, Funky Broadway, singles by The Box Tops (Cry Like A Baby, The Letter) and dozens of other hits. After helping to invent The Sound of Philadelphia heard on hits like Love Train, Me & Mrs Jones, If You Don't Know Me By Now, Backstabbers and Elton's Philadelphia Freedom, the MFSB Rhythm Section players, led by Bobby Eli, Earl Young and Vince Montana, created a new 70's genre with dance tracks like Disco Inferno. NYC studio greats Will Lee, Chuck Rainey, Paul Griffin, Vinny Bell, Herbie Lovelle, Hugh McCracken and David Spinozza discuss their careers and perform - with John Sebastian, (who played on dozens of sessions for other artists) providing commentary. Along with profiles on the key players at Motown, Stax, Criteria and the studio scenes in Chicago and London - Session Men explodes some long standing myths, and celebrates these unsung heroes of popular music. Gil Baker
Session Men: Glen Campbell | Wrecking Crew 2 (Director Gil Baker)
 
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CLICK "SUBSCRIBE" FOR MORE FROM THIS CHANNEL Glen Campbell, Hal Blaine, Larry Knechtel, Joe Osborn, Jim Horn, Don Randi, Carol Kaye, Earl Palmer, Jim Keltner, Lee Sklar, Bones Howe, Nancy Sinatra. Produced, directed and edited by Gil Baker. THE SESSION MEN STORY 1965. At Western Studios in LA, a group of musicians (later known as The Wrecking Crew) are working on a song called Help Me Rhonda. They include Glen Campbell, Hal Blaine, Larry Knechtel, Don Randi and Ms. Carol Kaye on bass. When Rhonda shoots to Number One, the Beach Boys are heralded for their brilliant musicianship. But their live shows don't sound like their records. And no wonder. The Wrecking Crew performed on all of the big Beach Boys hits. Brian Wilson requested these players after hearing the magic they created for Phil Spector on productions like Be My Baby, Da Do Ron Ron and He's a Rebel. It's not widely known that Capitol's contract with The Beach Boys, who were signed by Nick Venet, stipulated that they hire studio musicians. Wrecking Crew players also tracked hits for The Byrds (Mr Tambourine Man, Turn Turn Turn) Association (Never My Love, Cherish) Mamas & Papas (California Dreamin', Monday Monday) Grass Roots (Midnight Confessions, Sooner or Later) Carpenter's (Close To You, We've Only Just Begun) Fifth Dimension (Wedding Bell Blues, Marry Me Bill) Monkees (Mary Mary) Paul Revere's Raiders (Kicks, Steppin' Stone) Jay's American's (Cara Mia, Come a Little Bit Closer) Sonny & Cher (I Got You Babe, The Beat Goes On) Herb Alpert (Lonely Bull, This Guy) America (Ventura Highway, Horse with No Name) Frank (Strangers in The Night) and Nancy (Boots) to name just a few. Crew member Larry Knechtel, who won a Grammy for his piano and arrangement of Bridge Over Troubled Water, is responsible for the organ on Never My Love, the bass on Mr Tambourine Man and that electric six-string solo on Bread's classic, The Guitar Man. Through the 1950's, studio musicians were expected to show up on time and read the parts an arranger had written for them. But with folk and rock dominating radio in the 1960's, sheet music went out the window. Great records in these genres demanded session players who could figure out their own parts, and come up with an arrangement themselves. Recording acts, composers, producers, publishers all received royalties. But the session men were paid what amounted to an hourly wage for their invaluable contributions on huge hits. This inequity eventually lead the session men in LA to threaten a strike. But the Musician's Union settled for an increased hourly wage and some added benefits. Still no royalty of any kind for the session men. Not even a single percentage point to split between them. The Wrecking Crew's counterpart in Alabama was the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section. Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Jimmy Johnson, Pete Carr, Spooner Oldham and Barry Beckett were kids when they began cutting classics like Mustang Sally, When A Man Loves a Woman, I'm Your Puppet, Kodachrome, My Little Town, Tonight's the Night, Old Time Rock & Roll and Aretha's signature, Respect. They also cut hits with The Osmond Brothers, Dr Hook and other major label acts. As members of Nashville's A Team, Grady Martin, Bob Moore, Buddy Harman, Ray Edenton and Pig Robbins played on well over 15,000 sessions between 1957 and 1987, including the biggest country and crossover hits of all time. These legendary studio musicians created the instrumental magic behind Elvis, Patsy, Conway Twitty, Brenda Lee, Jerry Lee Lewis, Marty Robbins, Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette, Johnny Cash, George Jones, Tom T Hall, Crystal Gayle and literally hundreds of other stars. The American Studios Band ruled in Memphis, where Reggie Young, Gene Chrisman, Bobby Wood, Bobby Emmon, Mike Leech and Tommy Cogbill pasted the groove on classics like Sweet Caroline, Drift Away, Son of A Preacher Man, Angel of The Morning, Hooked on A Feeling, You Were Always on My Mind, Good Time Charlie’s Got The Blues, Suspicious Minds, In The Ghetto, Kentucky Rain, Funky Broadway, singles by The Box Tops (Cry Like A Baby, The Letter) and dozens of other hits. After helping to invent The Sound of Philadelphia heard on hits like Love Train, Me & Mrs Jones, If You Don't Know Me By Now, Backstabbers and Elton's Philadelphia Freedom, the MFSB Rhythm Section players, led by Bobby Eli, Earl Young and Vince Montana, created a new 70's genre with dance tracks like Disco Inferno. NYC studio greats Will Lee, Chuck Rainey, Paul Griffin, Vinny Bell, Herbie Lovelle, Hugh McCracken and David Spinozza discuss their careers and perform - with John Sebastian, (who played on dozens of sessions for other artists) providing commentary. Along with profiles on the key players at Motown, Stax, Criteria and the studio scenes in Chicago and London - Session Men explodes some long standing myths, and celebrates these unsung heroes of popular music. Gil Baker
Overdub: A story of session musicians
 
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Overdub takes a look at session musicians and how digital technology changed their work. Starring Lenny Castro, Kenny Aronoff, Bill Schnee and Mark T. Jordan.
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Session Men: Lee Sklar | The Section (Director Gil Baker)
 
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CLICK "SUBSCRIBE" FOR MORE FROM THIS CHANNEL Lee Sklar, Russ Kunkel, Craig Doerge and Waddy Wachtel with Will Lee introducing The Motown Rhythm Section. Cinematography Michael Pinkey, Stephan Van Buren, Kevin Lombard. Sound Rail Rogut, Will Schillinger. Produced, directed and edited by Gil Baker. THE SESSION MEN STORY 1965. At Western Studios in LA, a group of musicians (later known as The Wrecking Crew) are working on a song called Help Me Rhonda. They include Glen Campbell, Hal Blaine, Larry Knechtel, Don Randi and Ms. Carol Kaye on bass. When Rhonda shoots to Number One, the Beach Boys are heralded for their brilliant musicianship. But their live shows don't sound like their records. And no wonder. The Wrecking Crew performed on all of the big Beach Boys hits. Brian Wilson requested these players after hearing the magic they created for Phil Spector on productions like Be My Baby, Da Do Ron Ron and He's a Rebel. It's not widely known that Capitol's contract with The Beach Boys, who were signed by Nick Venet, stipulated that they hire studio musicians. Wrecking Crew players also tracked hits for The Byrds (Mr Tambourine Man, Turn Turn Turn) Association (Never My Love, Cherish) Mamas & Papas (California Dreamin', Monday Monday) Grass Roots (Midnight Confessions, Sooner or Later) Carpenter's (Close To You, We've Only Just Begun) Fifth Dimension (Wedding Bell Blues, Marry Me Bill) Monkees (Mary Mary) Paul Revere's Raiders (Kicks, Steppin' Stone) Jay's American's (Cara Mia, Come a Little Bit Closer) Sonny & Cher (I Got You Babe, The Beat Goes On) Herb Alpert (Lonely Bull, This Guy) America (Ventura Highway, Horse with No Name) Frank (Strangers in The Night) and Nancy (Boots) to name just a few. Crew member Larry Knechtel, who won a Grammy for his piano and arrangement of Bridge Over Troubled Water, is responsible for the organ on Never My Love, the bass on Mr Tambourine Man and that electric six-string solo on Bread's classic, The Guitar Man. Through the 1950's, studio musicians were expected to show up on time and read the parts an arranger had written for them. But with folk and rock dominating radio in the 1960's, sheet music went out the window. Great records in these genres demanded session players who could figure out their own parts, and come up with an arrangement themselves. Recording acts, composers, producers, publishers all received royalties. But the session men were paid what amounted to an hourly wage for their invaluable contributions on huge hits. This inequity eventually lead the session men in LA to threaten a strike. But the Musician's Union settled for an increased hourly wage and some added benefits. Still no royalty of any kind for the session men. Not even a single percentage point to split between them. The Wrecking Crew's counterpart in Alabama was the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section. Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Jimmy Johnson, Pete Carr, Spooner Oldham and Barry Beckett were kids when they began cutting classics like Mustang Sally, When A Man Loves a Woman, I'm Your Puppet, Kodachrome, My Little Town, Tonight's the Night, Old Time Rock & Roll and Aretha's signature, Respect. They also cut hits with The Osmond Brothers, Dr Hook and other major label acts. As members of Nashville's A Team, Grady Martin, Bob Moore, Buddy Harman, Ray Edenton and Pig Robbins played on well over 15,000 sessions between 1957 and 1987, including the biggest country and crossover hits of all time. These legendary studio musicians created the instrumental magic behind Elvis, Patsy, Conway Twitty, Brenda Lee, Jerry Lee Lewis, Marty Robbins, Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette, Johnny Cash, George Jones, Tom T Hall, Crystal Gayle and literally hundreds of other stars. The American Studios Band ruled in Memphis, where Reggie Young, Gene Chrisman, Bobby Wood, Bobby Emmon, Mike Leech and Tommy Cogbill pasted the groove on classics like Sweet Caroline, Drift Away, Son of A Preacher Man, Angel of The Morning, Hooked on A Feeling, You Were Always on My Mind, Good Time Charlie’s Got The Blues, Suspicious Minds, In The Ghetto, Kentucky Rain, Funky Broadway, singles by The Box Tops (Cry Like A Baby, The Letter) and dozens of other hits. After helping to invent The Sound of Philadelphia heard on hits like Love Train, Me & Mrs Jones, If You Don't Know Me By Now, Backstabbers and Elton's Philadelphia Freedom, the MFSB Rhythm Section players, led by Bobby Eli, Earl Young and Vince Montana, created a new 70's genre with dance tracks like Disco Inferno. NYC studio greats Will Lee, Chuck Rainey, Paul Griffin, Vinny Bell, Herbie Lovelle, Hugh McCracken and David Spinozza discuss their careers and perform - with John Sebastian, (who played on dozens of sessions for other artists) providing commentary. Along with profiles on the key players at Motown, Stax, Criteria and the studio scenes in Chicago and London - Session Men explodes some long standing myths, and celebrates these unsung heroes of popular music. Gil Baker
THE WRECKING CREW Documentary on West Coast Sound Studio Musicians
 
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THE WRECKING CREW, the new documentary on the legendary musicians that made the West Coast Sound and played on hundreds of songs that would be the soundtrack for millions of lives, is shared by filmmaker Denny Tedesco and subject Don Randi. Featuring the trailer and footage from the film, we get added insight about the stars and background players that included Cher, Nancy Sinatra, Denny Tedesco and Carol Kaye, among others. Tedesco takes us through the 18-year journey to make the film, the struggle to secure the rights to over 100 songs, and Randi brings us back with him to the studio floor where some of the greatest songs of all time were recorded for $25 a session--all in this uncensored BYOD interview, hosted by Ondi Timoner. FILM AND GUEST INFO: What the Funk Brothers did for Motown…The Wrecking Crew did, only bigger, for the West Coast Sound. Six years in a row in the 1960’s and early 1970’s, the Grammy for “Record of the Year” went to Wrecking Crew recordings. And now, THE WRECKING CREW tells the story in pictures and that oh, so glorious sound. The favorite songs of a generation are all here, presented by the people who made them for you. THE WRECKING CREW is a documentary film produced and directed by Denny Tedesco, son of legendary late Wrecking Crew guitarist Tommy Tedesco. The film is a fun and moving tribute from Denny to his father and to the music, the times and to the secret star-making machine known only as “The Wrecking Crew”. Denny Tedesco grew up in Los Angeles and is an alumnus of Loyola Marymount University. He started his film career as a set decorator on feature films such as Eating Raoul. He then traveled the world as a lighting technician and location producer for IMAX films. From the shark infested waters of Australia, to an exploding Volcano of Mt. Pinatubo (Philippines), and to the plains of Africa, he has filmed under the most challenging conditions. Yet nothing has ever challenged him more than bringing the story of his father, Tommy Tedesco and his friends to the big screen. The phrase “labor of love” may be over-used, but in this case it was the only way to make THE WRECKING CREW come to life. Born Don Schwartz in New York City and raised in the Catskill Mountains, Don Randi received training in classical music. After his father's death, he and his mother moved to Los Angeles in 1954, and the following year he started work at a record distribution company where he heard and became influenced by jazz musicians, particularly Horace Silver. He began his career as a professional pianist and keyboard player in 1956, gradually establishing a reputation as a leading session musician. In the early 1960s, he was a major contributor, as musician and arranger, to producer Phil Spector's "Wall of Sound.” He also played piano on "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'," and every album by Nancy Sinatra as well as being a member of her touring band for decades, and The Beach Boys' "Good Vibrations". He claims to have played on over three hundred hit records, working with musicians such as Linda Ronstadt, Quincy Jones, Cannonball Adderley, Herb Alpert, Sarah Vaughan and Frank Zappa. In 1970 he opened The Baked Potato jazz club in Studio City, California, and formed his own group, Don Randi and Quest, as the house band. The band has subsequently recorded over 15 albums and were nominated for a Grammy in 1980 for the album New Baby. In 2010 The Baked Potato was named Best Jazz Club in Los Angeles magazine. ADD’L LINKS: http://www.wreckingcrewfilm.com/ https://www.facebook.com/WreckingCrewFilm?ref=ts https://twitter.com/wreckcrewfilm http://thelip.tv/show/byod-bring-your-own-doc/ http://thelip.tv/ BYOD Full Episodes Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVjVEkK43x8&index=1&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGdZbrANmO6kYPy8IQC0GiN_ BYOD Short Clips Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmvypGSDUIE&index=1&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGeu2DCf6Ouo7hTsA5QB2MAL http://www.youtube.com/theliptv2 http://www.youtube.com/theliptv https://www.facebook.com/BYODOC?directed_target_id=0 https://www.facebook.com/thelip.tv?ref=hl EPISODE BREAKDOWN: 00:01 Welcoming Tommy and Denny Tedesco of THE WRECKING CREW to BYOD. 00:50 Recording with some of the favorite musicians of the 1960’s. 01:40 The California sound and musicians that made it happen--These Boots Are Made For Walkin’. 03:05 The musician’s necessity of elasticity. 05:30 The difference between studio musicians and stars. 08:10 The soundtrack of our lives. 10:00 Funding the film and music rights. 12:45 The premiere of the film. 14:00 THE WRECKING CREW, Trailer. 16:15 An 18-year project to make the film. 17:45 Family vs. working in the Wrecking Crew in the 1960s. 19:25 Working with the incomparable Carol Kaye. 21:10 Notes for the premiere, thanks and goodbye! 23:15 THE WRECKING CREW, Clip.
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Session Men: Reggie Young | American Studio Band | Memphis Horns (Director Gil Baker)
 
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CLICK "SUBSCRIBE" FOR MORE FROM THIS CHANNEL Reggie Young, Mike Leech, Bobby Emmons, Bobby Wood and Gene Chrisman with Memphis Horns Wayne Jackson and Andrew Love. Cinematography Matt Coale and Rob Lindsay. Sound Matt Andrews. Produced, directed and edited by Gil Baker. THE SESSION MEN STORY 1965. At Western Studios in LA, a group of musicians (later known as The Wrecking Crew) are working on a song called Help Me Rhonda. They include Glen Campbell, Hal Blaine, Larry Knechtel, Don Randi and Ms. Carol Kaye on bass. When Rhonda shoots to Number One, the Beach Boys are heralded for their brilliant musicianship. But their live shows don't sound like their records. And no wonder. The Wrecking Crew performed on all of the big Beach Boys hits. Brian Wilson requested these players after hearing the magic they created for Phil Spector on productions like Be My Baby, Da Do Ron Ron and He's a Rebel. It's not widely known that Capitol's contract with The Beach Boys, who were signed by Nick Venet, stipulated that they hire studio musicians. Wrecking Crew players also tracked hits for The Byrds (Mr Tambourine Man, Turn Turn Turn) Association (Never My Love, Cherish) Mamas & Papas (California Dreamin', Monday Monday) Grass Roots (Midnight Confessions, Sooner or Later) Carpenter's (Close To You, We've Only Just Begun) Fifth Dimension (Wedding Bell Blues, Marry Me Bill) Monkees (Mary Mary) Paul Revere's Raiders (Kicks, Steppin' Stone) Jay's American's (Cara Mia, Come a Little Bit Closer) Sonny & Cher (I Got You Babe, The Beat Goes On) Herb Alpert (Lonely Bull, This Guy) America (Ventura Highway, Horse with No Name) Frank (Strangers in The Night) and Nancy (Boots) to name just a few. Crew member Larry Knechtel, who won a Grammy for his piano and arrangement of Bridge Over Troubled Water, is responsible for the organ on Never My Love, the bass on Mr Tambourine Man and that electric six-string solo on Bread's classic, The Guitar Man. Through the 1950's, studio musicians were expected to show up on time and read the parts an arranger had written for them. But with folk and rock dominating radio in the 1960's, sheet music went out the window. Great records in these genres demanded session players who could figure out their own parts, and come up with an arrangement themselves. Recording acts, composers, producers, publishers all received royalties. But the session men were paid what amounted to an hourly wage for their invaluable contributions on huge hits. This inequity eventually lead the session men in LA to threaten a strike. But the Musician's Union settled for an increased hourly wage and some added benefits. Still no royalty of any kind for the session men. Not even a single percentage point to split between them. The Wrecking Crew's counterpart in Alabama was the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section. Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Jimmy Johnson, Pete Carr, Spooner Oldham and Barry Beckett were kids when they began cutting classics like Mustang Sally, When A Man Loves a Woman, I'm Your Puppet, Kodachrome, My Little Town, Tonight's the Night, Old Time Rock & Roll and Aretha's signature, Respect. They also cut hits with The Osmond Brothers, Dr Hook and other major label acts. As members of Nashville's A Team, Grady Martin, Bob Moore, Buddy Harman, Ray Edenton and Pig Robbins played on well over 15,000 sessions between 1957 and 1987, including the biggest country and crossover hits of all time. These legendary studio musicians created the instrumental magic behind Elvis, Patsy, Conway Twitty, Brenda Lee, Jerry Lee Lewis, Marty Robbins, Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette, Johnny Cash, George Jones, Tom T Hall, Crystal Gayle and literally hundreds of other stars. The American Studios Band ruled in Memphis, where Reggie Young, Gene Chrisman, Bobby Wood, Bobby Emmon, Mike Leech and Tommy Cogbill pasted the groove on classics like Sweet Caroline, Drift Away, Son of A Preacher Man, Angel of The Morning, Hooked on A Feeling, You Were Always on My Mind, Good Time Charlie’s Got The Blues, Suspicious Minds, In The Ghetto, Kentucky Rain, Funky Broadway, singles by The Box Tops (Cry Like A Baby, The Letter) and dozens of other hits. After helping to invent The Sound of Philadelphia heard on hits like Love Train, Me & Mrs Jones, If You Don't Know Me By Now, Backstabbers and Elton's Philadelphia Freedom, the MFSB Rhythm Section players, led by Bobby Eli, Earl Young and Vince Montana, created a new 70's genre with dance tracks like Disco Inferno. NYC studio greats Will Lee, Chuck Rainey, Paul Griffin, Vinny Bell, Herbie Lovelle, Hugh McCracken and David Spinozza discuss their careers and perform - with John Sebastian, (who played on dozens of sessions for other artists) providing commentary. Along with profiles on the key players at Motown, Stax, Criteria and the studio scenes in Chicago and London - Session Men explodes some long standing myths, and celebrates these unsung heroes of popular music. Gil Baker
Studio Musician's Handbook-Look Inside a Session.mov
 
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In this segment, you'll be sitting in on a professional recording session with studio musicians, including Paul Ill, and producer Bobby Owsinski. You'll get to see how important communication is during this process, as well as how dramatically a project can evolve. Published by Hal Leonard Books Ordering Information: http://halleonardbooks.com/product/viewproduct.do?itemid=332788&lid=0&keywords=studio%20musician's%20handbook&menuid=10266&subsiteid=164& What happens during a big-time professional recording session can be easily applied to make even the most casual recording session successful. In The Studio Musician's Handbook, best-selling author Bobby Owsinski and in-demand studio bassist Paul Ill reveal the inner workings of a major Hollywood recording session, including a look at the players themselves. You'll learn: • How you become a studio musician • Who hires you and how much you get paid • What kind of skills you need and what gear you must have • Proper session etiquette • How to apply these skills in every type of recording session Plus the authors have created individual session musician guides for guitar, bass, drums, vocals, keys, horns, and strings. Interviews with famous and influential session players are also included. Published by Hal Leonard Books
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Mens 77kg A session 2015WWC
 
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Missed a couple lifts, sorry guys :(
Views: 9513 Austin Poff
Professional Men's Suit & Coat Fitting Session (3D / Binaural ASMR)
 
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Try on many outfits you'd like. In this session just take the time to chill and select some of your favorite clothes. They are all very fashionable after all. You even get to select your own style of pants and under shirts to match with your suit and coat of choice! To address those who comment on my makeup. I hardly had any in this, it was the saturation effect, and if I want to wear any I can wear as much as I can. It's my life my videos I can do whatever I want I am not judging what you wear or do. And I will be successful on my own terms, and that is true success in itself not listening to those who judge you or criticize you. I feel so sorry for the 'lower level' people and I will pray for them hard. Some suit and coat roleplay videos: GentleWhispering: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tO9JGISzb9Q ThePeacefulWhisper: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GSN20aXuIRQ AmalZD: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WeOZ165pO6c VioletsVoice: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWZqTM4X60g QueenofSerene: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iohCbBoqYNc Heather Feather: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1gT9REuR5U AlexAuAsmr: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1gT9REuR5U TheLyricalWhispers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTyuOV8bGcQ ASMRGAINS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KWQL4BoTfkg Follow me on the tweet tweet: http://twitter.com/asmrer Friend me on the face of books: http://facebook.com/asmrer Follow me on the instant grams: http://instagram.com/asmrer Are you rich?(jk) donate via Paypal to this email to help support me: [email protected]
Views: 190458 Tony Bomboni ASMR
Fredrik Halland | Being A Session Musician
 
05:42
https://www.mi.edu/ Musicians Institute, in Hollywood, California, offers a comprehensive, hands-on education in contemporary music performance, recording, guitar making and music business. If you're serious about your music, your education, and your career, take a look around the site to see what MI has to offer, then contact us for more information about how we can help you reach your goals. https://www.mi.edu/ [email protected] (800) 255-7529 (US/Canada) (323) 462-1384 (International/Direct) ----------------------- Follow Musicians Institute Online: YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/musiciansinstitute Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MIHollywood Twitter: https://twitter.com/MIHollywood Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/MIHollywood/
Views: 40102 Musicians Institute
When I Fall - Eagle & The Men (Summer Session)
 
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Unser Song `'When I Fall', diesmal in voller Besetzung und mit einem wunderhübschen Video von unserem Freund Lukas Gintrowski. Die Aufnahmen sind schon ein paar Monate alt, mögen sie auch bei euch eine paar sommerliche Erinnerung wecken! (: Ein großes Dankeschön an alle die uns bisher bei unserem Crowdfunding-Projekt unterstützt haben, wir sind sprachlos wie viele Menschen an uns glauben und in uns investieren! Wir hoffen weiterhin auf rege Beteiligung damit wir euch bald nicht mehr nur top Videos, sondern auch einen super Sound unseres Debütalbums präsentieren können. eatm. A new Version of our Song 'When I Fall' - big thanks to our friend Lukas Gintrowski who made this lovely Video. Hope you revel in sweet melancholy too when you think about last summer. You can find us and our project on Start Next - Album/Eagle & The Men. eatm. Support us on: https://www.startnext.com/album-eagle-the-men Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eagleandthe... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eagleandthemen/ SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/eagle-and-the-men
Views: 636 Eagle & The Men
Session Men: Will Lee's Motown Intro (Director Gil Baker)
 
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CLICK "SUBSCRIBE" FOR MORE FROM THIS CHANNEL Bass legend Will Lee introduces The Motown Rhythm Section and demonstrates two lines that James Jamerson played on the same song. Cinematography Kevin Lombard. Sound Will Schillinger. Filmed at Pilot, NYC. Produced, directed and edited by Gil Baker. THE SESSION MEN STORY 1965. At Western Studios in LA, a group of musicians (later known as The Wrecking Crew) are working on a song called Help Me Rhonda. They include Glen Campbell, Hal Blaine, Larry Knechtel, Don Randi and Ms. Carol Kaye on bass. When Rhonda shoots to Number One, the Beach Boys are heralded for their brilliant musicianship. But their live shows don't sound like their records. And no wonder. The Wrecking Crew performed on all of the big Beach Boys hits. Brian Wilson requested these players after hearing the magic they created for Phil Spector on productions like Be My Baby, Da Do Ron Ron and He's a Rebel. It's not widely known that Capitol's contract with The Beach Boys, who were signed by Nick Venet, stipulated that they hire studio musicians. Wrecking Crew players also tracked hits for The Byrds (Mr Tambourine Man, Turn Turn Turn) Association (Never My Love, Cherish) Mamas & Papas (California Dreamin', Monday Monday) Grass Roots (Midnight Confessions, Sooner or Later) Carpenter's (Close To You, We've Only Just Begun) Fifth Dimension (Wedding Bell Blues, Marry Me Bill) Monkees (Mary Mary) Paul Revere's Raiders (Kicks, Steppin' Stone) Jay's American's (Cara Mia, Come a Little Bit Closer) Sonny & Cher (I Got You Babe, The Beat Goes On) Herb Alpert (Lonely Bull, This Guy) America (Ventura Highway, Horse with No Name) Frank (Strangers in The Night) and Nancy (Boots) to name just a few. Crew member Larry Knechtel, who won a Grammy for his piano and arrangement of Bridge Over Troubled Water, is responsible for the organ on Never My Love, the bass on Mr Tambourine Man and that electric six-string solo on Bread's classic, The Guitar Man. Through the 1950's, studio musicians were expected to show up on time and read the parts an arranger had written for them. But with folk and rock dominating radio in the 1960's, sheet music went out the window. Great records in these genres demanded session players who could figure out their own parts, and come up with an arrangement themselves. Recording acts, composers, producers, publishers all received royalties. But the session men were paid what amounted to an hourly wage for their invaluable contributions on huge hits. This inequity eventually lead the session men in LA to threaten a strike. But the Musician's Union settled for an increased hourly wage and some added benefits. Still no royalty of any kind for the session men. Not even a single percentage point to split between them. The Wrecking Crew's counterpart in Alabama was the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section. Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Jimmy Johnson, Pete Carr, Spooner Oldham and Barry Beckett were kids when they began cutting classics like Mustang Sally, When A Man Loves a Woman, I'm Your Puppet, Kodachrome, My Little Town, Tonight's the Night, Old Time Rock & Roll and Aretha's signature, Respect. They also cut hits with The Osmond Brothers, Dr Hook and other major label acts. As members of Nashville's A Team, Grady Martin, Bob Moore, Buddy Harman, Ray Edenton and Pig Robbins played on well over 15,000 sessions between 1957 and 1987, including the biggest country and crossover hits of all time. These legendary studio musicians created the instrumental magic behind Elvis, Patsy, Conway Twitty, Brenda Lee, Jerry Lee Lewis, Marty Robbins, Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette, Johnny Cash, George Jones, Tom T Hall, Crystal Gayle and literally hundreds of other stars. The American Studios Band ruled in Memphis, where Reggie Young, Gene Chrisman, Bobby Wood, Bobby Emmon, Mike Leech and Tommy Cogbill pasted the groove on classics like Sweet Caroline, Drift Away, Son of A Preacher Man, Angel of The Morning, Hooked on A Feeling, You Were Always on My Mind, Good Time Charlie’s Got The Blues, Suspicious Minds, In The Ghetto, Kentucky Rain, Funky Broadway, singles by The Box Tops (Cry Like A Baby, The Letter) and dozens of other hits. After helping to invent The Sound of Philadelphia heard on hits like Love Train, Me & Mrs Jones, If You Don't Know Me By Now, Backstabbers and Elton's Philadelphia Freedom, the MFSB Rhythm Section players, led by Bobby Eli, Earl Young and Vince Montana, created a new 70's genre with dance tracks like Disco Inferno. NYC studio greats Will Lee, Chuck Rainey, Paul Griffin, Vinny Bell, Herbie Lovelle, Hugh McCracken and David Spinozza discuss their careers and perform - with John Sebastian, (who played on dozens of sessions for other artists) providing commentary. Along with profiles on the key players at Motown, Stax, Criteria and the studio scenes in Chicago and London - Session Men explodes some long standing myths, and celebrates these unsung heroes of popular music. Gil Baker
Jason Evert   Men's Session
 
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Views: 36464 Simeo15
Chris Brush Drums - What Does a Session Player Do?
 
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It's becoming increasingly popular for artists and producers from all over the world to hire musicians remotely to record live performances. In many cases, the artists or producers may never have worked with professional session musicians in a large commercial studio setting (read: the way music has traditionally been made). Now that anyone has the ability to hire top quality session players from anywhere, it's important to know what you can expect from such a player -- what they can bring to your recorded tracks, what goes into their decision-making process, and what you can trust them to do for you. Nashville-based session drummer Chris Brush invites you into his world and shares highlights from a typical multi-player studio session compared with working solo at his own studio and recording drums and percussion for two very different songs from separate clients. Chris shares the benefits of hiring professional studio musicians and trusting them to provide you with top-notch recorded performances based on their extensive experience.
Views: 15087 Chris Brush
Session Men: Glen Campbell's Wichita Lineman
 
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CLICK "SUBSCRIBE" FOR MORE FROM THIS CHANNEL Session Men director Gil Baker gets Glen to play "Wichita Lineman" while a) legendary bassist Joe Osborn watches quietly b) Grammy winner Larry Knechtel tries to throw Glen off by shouting out chord changes. Rare stuff. THE SESSION MEN STORY 1965. At Western Studios in LA, a group of musicians (later known as The Wrecking Crew) are working on a song called Help Me Rhonda. They include Glen Campbell, Hal Blaine, Larry Knechtel, Don Randi and Ms. Carol Kaye on bass. When Rhonda shoots to Number One, the Beach Boys are heralded for their brilliant musicianship. But their live shows don't sound like their records. And no wonder. The Wrecking Crew performed on all of the big Beach Boys hits. Brian Wilson requested these players after hearing the magic they created for Phil Spector on productions like Be My Baby, Da Do Ron Ron and He's a Rebel. It's not widely known that Capitol's contract with The Beach Boys, who were signed by Nick Venet, stipulated that they hire studio musicians. Wrecking Crew players also tracked hits for The Byrds (Mr Tambourine Man, Turn Turn Turn) Association (Never My Love, Cherish) Mamas & Papas (California Dreamin', Monday Monday) Grass Roots (Midnight Confessions, Sooner or Later) Carpenter's (Close To You, We've Only Just Begun) Fifth Dimension (Wedding Bell Blues, Marry Me Bill) Monkees (Mary Mary) Paul Revere's Raiders (Kicks, Steppin' Stone) Jay's American's (Cara Mia, Come a Little Bit Closer) Sonny & Cher (I Got You Babe, The Beat Goes On) Herb Alpert (Lonely Bull, This Guy) America (Ventura Highway, Horse with No Name) Frank (Strangers in The Night) and Nancy (Boots) to name just a few. Crew member Larry Knechtel, who won a Grammy for his piano and arrangement of Bridge Over Troubled Water, is responsible for the organ on Never My Love, the bass on Mr Tambourine Man and that electric six-string solo on Bread's classic, The Guitar Man. Through the 1950's, studio musicians were expected to show up on time and read the parts an arranger had written for them. But with folk and rock dominating radio in the 1960's, sheet music went out the window. Great records in these genres demanded session players who could figure out their own parts, and come up with an arrangement themselves. Recording acts, composers, producers, publishers all received royalties. But the session men were paid what amounted to an hourly wage for their invaluable contributions on huge hits. This inequity eventually lead the session men in LA to threaten a strike. But the Musician's Union settled for an increased hourly wage and some added benefits. Still no royalty of any kind for the session men. Not even a single percentage point to split between them. The Wrecking Crew's counterpart in Alabama was the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section. Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Jimmy Johnson, Pete Carr, Spooner Oldham and Barry Beckett were kids when they began cutting classics like Mustang Sally, When A Man Loves a Woman, I'm Your Puppet, Kodachrome, My Little Town, Tonight's the Night, Old Time Rock & Roll and Aretha's signature, Respect. They also cut hits with The Osmond Brothers, Dr Hook and other major label acts. As members of Nashville's A Team, Grady Martin, Bob Moore, Buddy Harman, Ray Edenton and Pig Robbins played on well over 15,000 sessions between 1957 and 1987, including the biggest country and crossover hits of all time. These legendary studio musicians created the instrumental magic behind Elvis, Patsy, Conway Twitty, Brenda Lee, Jerry Lee Lewis, Marty Robbins, Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette, Johnny Cash, George Jones, Tom T Hall, Crystal Gayle and literally hundreds of other stars. The American Studios Band ruled in Memphis, where Reggie Young, Gene Chrisman, Bobby Wood, Bobby Emmon, Mike Leech and Tommy Cogbill pasted the groove on classics like Sweet Caroline, Drift Away, Son of A Preacher Man, Angel of The Morning, Hooked on A Feeling, You Were Always on My Mind, Good Time Charlie’s Got The Blues, Suspicious Minds, In The Ghetto, Kentucky Rain, Funky Broadway, singles by The Box Tops (Cry Like A Baby, The Letter) and dozens of other hits. After helping to invent The Sound of Philadelphia heard on hits like Love Train, Me & Mrs Jones, If You Don't Know Me By Now, Backstabbers and Elton's Philadelphia Freedom, the MFSB Rhythm Section players, led by Bobby Eli, Earl Young and Vince Montana, created a new 70's genre with dance tracks like Disco Inferno. NYC studio greats Will Lee, Chuck Rainey, Paul Griffin, Vinny Bell, Herbie Lovelle, Hugh McCracken and David Spinozza discuss their careers and perform - with John Sebastian, (who played on dozens of sessions for other artists) providing commentary. Along with profiles on the key players at Motown, Stax, Criteria and the studio scenes in Chicago and London - Session Men explodes some long standing myths, and celebrates these unsung heroes of popular music. Gil Baker
Elvis Costello interview excerpt on session musicians
 
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In this brief segment of an interview (circa 1998) Elvis Costello talks about his experiences working with Larry Knechtel (and other noteworthy session musicians) both in the recording studio and in live performance settings.
Views: 11082 archivesmp
Of Mice And Men in session
 
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Views: 78950 Bea Urrutia
Session Man - Part 3 of 3
 
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In this Oscar winning short film, James Remar stars as Mcqueen, a virtuoso session guitar player who has yearned for his entire lifetime to become a musical star but was never able to catch a break. When he gets a sudden late night call from the Raging Kings, one of the most popular bands in the world, he sees a possible light at the end of the tunnel. Directed by Stan Winston. This is one of my alltime favorite short films, with a very memorable soundtrack. Part 3 of 3. SUBTERRANEAN CINEMA http://subcin.wordpress.com
Views: 4122 Don Alex
Why do the session legends all use P basses? Here's why.
 
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► Start Your FREE ScottsBassLessons Academy Trial Here: https://bit.ly/2A0hIfJ ► Grab Your FREE Ultimate Bass Players Toolkit here: https://bit.ly/2tVzlwy === Follow me! ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ScottsBassLessons/ ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/scottsbasslessons ► Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/sbl1000 ► SBL iTunes Podcast: http://apple.co/1O6P2oZ ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/scottdevinebass === Ever wondered why so many top session bassists use P basses? Ever wondered why certain producers and engineers almost flat out refuse to track with anything other than a P bass? It's weird, right? Well, in this lesson I've got a very special guest with me... the LA session legend, Sean Hurley. Bassist for the likes of John Mayer, Robin Thicke, Idena Menzell and many, many more. And you're about to hear his story about the P bass. About the time when he turned up to the studio with his active 5 string, cut the track... and then was politely told... "great playing, but errrr... that bass sound... errrr... I'm sure we'll be able to fix it in the mix" Bass. Players. Nightmare. Let's be serious. Any musicians nightmare! Obviously, check out the video... and find out what happened next, and how it was a defining moment in Sean's career. As always, see you in the shed... Scott :) === Right now over 10,000 bass players are enrolled in the Academy here at Scott's Bass Lessons and are making a real difference to their playing... if you're really serious about getting your bass playing together, click here to find out more and grab your 14 day free trial: https://bit.ly/2A0hIfJ
Views: 397711 Scott's Bass Lessons
Of Monsters And Men - "Mountain Sound" LIVE Studio Session
 
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More From The Session: http://bit.ly/OfMonstersAndMenTastemakers Of Monsters And Men perform "Mountain Sound" Live @ Billboard's Tastemakers Session
Views: 2673342 Billboard
Men's Shave and Pamper Session (ASMR)
 
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Let me pamper you, shave you and clean your ears! Merch: US Store: https://teespring.com/stores/vs1-asmr-official EU Store: https://teespring.com/stores/vs1-asmr-official-eu Find me on social media: Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/jenniejutsu Facebook: facebook.com/visualsoundsasmr Twitter: @VisualSounds1 Instagram: @JennieJutsu Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/visualsounds1
Views: 48502 VisualSounds1 ASMR
Session Men Rehearsal: Glen Campbell, Gil Baker, Joe Osborn, Larry Knechtel
 
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CLICK "SUBSCRIBE" FOR MORE FROM THIS CHANNEL Glen Campbell, Gil Baker, Joe Osborn and Larry Knechtel run down Session Men's theme, "Take It on The Road." THE SESSION MEN STORY 1965. At Western Studios in LA, a group of musicians (later known as The Wrecking Crew) are working on a song called Help Me Rhonda. They include Glen Campbell, Hal Blaine, Larry Knechtel, Don Randi and Ms. Carol Kaye on bass. When Rhonda shoots to Number One, the Beach Boys are heralded for their brilliant musicianship. But their live shows don't sound like their records. And no wonder. The Wrecking Crew performed on all of the big Beach Boys hits. Brian Wilson requested these players after hearing the magic they created for Phil Spector on productions like Be My Baby, Da Do Ron Ron and He's a Rebel. It's not widely known that Capitol's contract with The Beach Boys, who were signed by Nick Venet, stipulated that they hire studio musicians. Wrecking Crew players also tracked hits for The Byrds (Mr Tambourine Man, Turn Turn Turn) Association (Never My Love, Cherish) Mamas & Papas (California Dreamin', Monday Monday) Grass Roots (Midnight Confessions, Sooner or Later) Carpenter's (Close To You, We've Only Just Begun) Fifth Dimension (Wedding Bell Blues, Marry Me Bill) Monkees (Mary Mary) Paul Revere's Raiders (Kicks, Steppin' Stone) Jay's American's (Cara Mia, Come a Little Bit Closer) Sonny & Cher (I Got You Babe, The Beat Goes On) Herb Alpert (Lonely Bull, This Guy) America (Ventura Highway, Horse with No Name) Frank (Strangers in The Night) and Nancy (Boots) to name just a few. Crew member Larry Knechtel, who won a Grammy for his piano and arrangement of Bridge Over Troubled Water, is responsible for the organ on Never My Love, the bass on Mr Tambourine Man and that electric six-string solo on Bread's classic, The Guitar Man. Through the 1950's, studio musicians were expected to show up on time and read the parts an arranger had written for them. But with folk and rock dominating radio in the 1960's, sheet music went out the window. Great records in these genres demanded session players who could figure out their own parts, and come up with an arrangement themselves. Recording acts, composers, producers, publishers all received royalties. But the session men were paid what amounted to an hourly wage for their invaluable contributions on huge hits. This inequity eventually lead the session men in LA to threaten a strike. But the Musician's Union settled for an increased hourly wage and some added benefits. Still no royalty of any kind for the session men. Not even a single percentage point to split between them. The Wrecking Crew's counterpart in Alabama was the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section. Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Jimmy Johnson, Pete Carr, Spooner Oldham and Barry Beckett were kids when they began cutting classics like Mustang Sally, When A Man Loves a Woman, I'm Your Puppet, Kodachrome, My Little Town, Tonight's the Night, Old Time Rock & Roll and Aretha's signature, Respect. They also cut hits with The Osmond Brothers, Dr Hook and other major label acts. As members of Nashville's A Team, Grady Martin, Bob Moore, Buddy Harman, Ray Edenton and Pig Robbins played on well over 15,000 sessions between 1957 and 1987, including the biggest country and crossover hits of all time. These legendary studio musicians created the instrumental magic behind Elvis, Patsy, Conway Twitty, Brenda Lee, Jerry Lee Lewis, Marty Robbins, Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette, Johnny Cash, George Jones, Tom T Hall, Crystal Gayle and literally hundreds of other stars. The American Studios Band ruled in Memphis, where Reggie Young, Gene Chrisman, Bobby Wood, Bobby Emmon, Mike Leech and Tommy Cogbill pasted the groove on classics like Sweet Caroline, Drift Away, Son of A Preacher Man, Angel of The Morning, Hooked on A Feeling, You Were Always on My Mind, Good Time Charlie’s Got The Blues, Suspicious Minds, In The Ghetto, Kentucky Rain, Funky Broadway, singles by The Box Tops (Cry Like A Baby, The Letter) and dozens of other hits. After helping to invent The Sound of Philadelphia heard on hits like Love Train, Me & Mrs Jones, If You Don't Know Me By Now, Backstabbers and Elton's Philadelphia Freedom, the MFSB Rhythm Section players, led by Bobby Eli, Earl Young and Vince Montana, created a new 70's genre with dance tracks like Disco Inferno. NYC studio greats Will Lee, Chuck Rainey, Paul Griffin, Vinny Bell, Herbie Lovelle, Hugh McCracken and David Spinozza discuss their careers and perform - with John Sebastian, (who played on dozens of sessions for other artists) providing commentary. Along with profiles on the key players at Motown, Stax, Criteria and the studio scenes in Chicago and London - Session Men explodes some long standing myths, and celebrates these unsung heroes of popular music. Gil Baker
Men’s 77 kg A Session Clean & Jerk - 2017 IWF Weightlifting World Championships (WWC)
 
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Harrison Maurus’ lifts: First Attempt - 11:40 Second Attempt - 35:39 Third Attempt - pass 2017 WWC in Anaheim, California, USA
Views: 27049 DDRthe3rd
2017 IWF Weightlifting World Championships - Men’s 69 kg A Session Snatch (WWC)
 
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CJ Cummings' lifts: First Attempt - 9:25 Second Attempt - 15:56 Third Attempt - 22:45 2017 WWC in Anaheim, California, USA
Views: 11963 DDRthe3rd
Effective Psychotherapy for Men - 01 - Session One
 
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Dr Ronald Levant demonstrates an emotion retraining process for men who are unable to identify or express emotion responses clearly.
Views: 794 Stephen Booth
Kingdom Man Teaching Video for Session 1
 
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Session 1 teaching video from the Kingdom Man bible study by Tony Evans. For more information, visit http://LifeWay.com/KingdomMan
Views: 185848 BiblicalSolutionsFor
Glen Campbell Session Player
 
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Before Glen Campbell was the Rhinestone Cowboy, Glen was part of a group of session musicians known as the Wrecking Crew. This is an out take from an interview that was done for the movie. The DVD has 6 hours of bonus material like this. We will continue to share their story. More to come
Views: 67194 Denny Tedesco
Matt Fradd - Men's Session - Steubenville Main Campus 5 2017
 
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Matt Fradd lead the Men's Session at the Steubenville Main Campus 5 Youth Conference on July 22nd, 2017 ---------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with us at http://steubenvilleconferences.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Steubenville Twitter: https://twitter.com/go2steubenville Instagram: http://instagram.com/go2steubenville Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/go2steubenville Questions or Comments about these videos? Email us at [email protected]
Jason Evert - Men's Session - Steubenville 2016 Rockies
 
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---------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with us at http://steubenvilleconferences.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Steubenville Twitter: https://twitter.com/go2steubenville Instagram: http://instagram.com/go2steubenville Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/go2steubenvi... Questions or Comments about these videos? Email us at [email protected]
Of Monsters and Men Perform 'King And Lionheart' | Billboard Tastemakers Session
 
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Of Monsters and Men perform "King And Lionheart" live in New York City as part of Billboard's Tastemakers video series. SUBSCRIBE NOW ‪http://bit.ly/BillboardSub‬ for more exclusive performances, interviews and in-depth coverage of the world's biggest music events.
Views: 4197558 Billboard
Of Mice & Men acoustic zippo session Northern Invasion May 13 2017 Somerset WI of Mice and Men
 
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Of Mice & Men acoustic zippo session Northern Invasion May 13 2017 Somerset Wisconsin of Mice and Men Feels Like Forever, Real, Would You Still Be There, Q&A
Views: 13375 Peter Karalash
Joel Stepanek - Men's Session - Steubenville Lone Star 2018
 
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Joel Stepanek delivered, "Men's Session", at the 2018 Steubenville Lone Star Conference. To learn more about the Steubenville Lone Star Conference, visit https://steubenvilleconferences.com/youth/ ---------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with us at http://steubenvilleconferences.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Steubenville Twitter: https://twitter.com/go2steubenville Instagram: http://instagram.com/go2steubenville Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/go2steubenville Questions or Comments about these videos? Email us at [email protected]
Jonathan Alexander - Men's Session - 2018 Steubenville Main Campus 3
 
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Jonathan Alexander delivered, "Men's Session", at the 2018 Steubenville Main Campus 3 Conference. To learn more about the Steubenville Main Campus 3 Conference, visit https://steubenvilleconferences.com/youth/main-campus ---------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with us at http://steubenvilleconferences.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Steubenville Twitter: https://twitter.com/go2steubenville Instagram: http://instagram.com/go2steubenville Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/go2steubenville Questions or Comments about these videos? Email us at [email protected]
2017 IWF Weightlifting World Championships - Men’s 69 kg A Session Clean & Jerk (WWC)
 
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CJ Cummings' lifts: First Attempt - 23:34 Second Attempt - 28:54 Third Attempt - 31:14 2017 WWC in Anaheim, California, USA
Views: 14152 DDRthe3rd
Of Monsters And Men - Dirty Paws | A Bushmills Still Room Session
 
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| Subscribe for more: http://bit.ly/blogosubs La Blogothèque & Bushmills Irish Whiskey have collaborated to bring together groups of friends in unique locations and create a series of stripped back performances that celebrate camaraderie, musical craftsmanship and independent spirit: this are the Still Room Session. Don't miss our Take Away Show with Alicia Keys : http://bit.ly/AliciaInParis Directed by Jeremiah Sound by Jean Baptiste Aubonnet Edited by Tristan Bossy Color correcting by Julien Bru Production by Jonathan André Produced by Chryde & Matthieu Buchsenschutz | Like us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/blogoFB | Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/blogoTwitter | Website : http://www.blogotheque.net
Views: 1701318 La Blogothèque
Paul Leim: Nashville Recording Session
 
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Vic Firth takes you inside a Nashville recording session with studio legend Paul Leim! In this video, you'll see firsthand how a song is recorded, from the artist's first listen to the songwriter-produced tune to the final product. For more great videos with Paul Leim, check out his Vic Firth artist page: http://www.vicfirth.com/artists/leim.php ABOUT PAUL LEIM: Nashville recording artist Paul Leim talks about the unique concepts in the design of his signature drum sticks. Few other musicians have so successfully bridged the gap between records, motion pictures, live performance and television as Paul Leim. Paul has performed live with a diverse list of top artists, composers and producers world wide, including John Williams, Doc Severinsen, The Berlin Orchestra, The London Symphony, The Boston Pops, Tanya Tucker, Tom Jones, Randy Travis, Peter Cetera, Neil Diamond, Lynda Carter, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw and "ELVIS, The Concert" along with Elvis' "TCB Band". Motion picture credits include "The River", "Tank", "The Legend of DB Cooper", "Dirty Dancing", "Elvis and Me", Elvis, and "Star Wars "Return of the Jedi". Episodic television series and specials include 'Wonder Woman", Knight Rider, Dukes of Hazzard, "Elvis", "Fall Guy", "Spencer for Hire", "The Tonight Show", "Growing Pains", "Battlestar Glactica", "Barbara Mandrel and the Mandrel Sisters", and "Dolly".. He was staff on "The Grammy Awards", eight years on Dick Clark's "American Music Awards", 4 years with the "Academy of Country Music Awards", and the perennial "Grand Ole Opry". His Gold and Platinum album credits, consisting of over 300 million records sold include, Lionel Richie, Dolly Parton, Peter Cetera, Tanya Tucker, Randy Travis, Michael W. Smith, Reba McEntire, Kenny Rogers, PUR, Lorrie Morgan, Lyle Lovett, Amy Grant, Colin Raye, Montgomery Gentry, Lonestar, Shania Twain, Faith Hill, Bob Seger, Billy Currington and Kenny Chesney. He is 8 time Academy of Country Music drummer of the year Nominee, multiple winner of Nashville Music Award, "Drummer/Percussionist", and Nashville Music Row Magazine's "Top 10 Music All Stars" award winner. Most recently he is winner of "Drum Magazine" Drummie of the Year, (Country Category) 4 Years in a Row and Modern Drummer Magazine "Reader's Poll", Drummer of the Year, (Country Category) for an Eighth year in a Row (2001 -- 2008).
Views: 377857 Vic Firth
Full session: Compound Men’s Finals | Samsun 2018 Hyundai Archery World Cup Final
 
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Full coverage of the compound men’s finals at the 2018 Hyundai Archery World Cup Final in Samsun, Turkey. Compound archers shoot at a target 50 metres away and the central 10-ring measures just 8cm in diameter. Subscribe now: http://bit.ly/susbcribeLIVE - - - - Event: Samsun 2018 (19186) Tags: Live Session Commentary: English
Views: 52766 World Archery
Of Monsters And Men - "Little Talks" LIVE Studio Session + Q&A
 
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More From The Session: http://bit.ly/OfMonstersAndMenTastemakers Of Monsters And Men perform "Little Talks" Live @ Billboard's Tastemakers Session and discuss their recent U.S. success.
Views: 476834 Billboard
David Calavitta - Men's Session - Steubenville Lone Star 2017
 
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David Calavitta lead the keynote, "Men's Session," at the Steubenville Lone Star Youth Conference on June 24th, 2017 ---------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with us at http://steubenvilleconferences.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Steubenville Twitter: https://twitter.com/go2steubenville Instagram: http://instagram.com/go2steubenville Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/go2steubenville Questions or Comments about these videos? Email us at [email protected]
Kris Frank- Men's Session- Steubenville On The Bayou 2017
 
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Kris Frank led the Men's Session at the Steubenville On The Bayou Youth Conference on June 17th, 2017 ---------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with us at http://steubenvilleconferences.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Steubenville Twitter: https://twitter.com/go2steubenville Instagram: http://instagram.com/go2steubenville Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/go2steubenville Questions or Comments about these videos? Email us at [email protected]
Couple's Retreat Men Session by Dr. David Gibbs
 
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Listen to Dr. David Gibbs speak at the Temple Baptist Church Couple's Retreat in Gatlinburg, TN.
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2017 Vivian Dawson Memorial Men's Session 2
 
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2017 Vivian Dawson Memorial Men's Session 2 ( 85, 94, 105, 105+ )
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Gary Oliver vs Wayne Carey - NZ Men's English Billiards Championship Final Session 2
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