"Although gargantuan music licensing fees temporarily preclude wide distribution for 'The Wrecking Crew,' numerous international Film Festival screenings have created a compelling 'must see this' buzz for it," explains AES Convention Committee Co-Chair Jim McTigue. "We are extremely fortunate to have arranged a special screening for our 133rd Convention Attendees. In fact, we may want to add a word to our 'Listen... Learn... Connect...' AES mandate. I suggest 'Enjoy...'"
Produced and directed by Denny Tedesco, son of legendary, late Wrecking Crew guitarist Tommy Tedesco, the film features interviews with Brian Wilson, Cher, Roger McGuinn, and many Wrecking Crew members, including Glen Campbell, a durable superstar, in his own right. Christopher Smith reports that Tedesco will hold a Q&A (with special guests) following the screening.
Also highlighting the 133rd AES Convention Special Events Program is: GRAHAM BLYTH ORGAN CONCERT:
GRAHAM BLYTH ORGAN CONCERT:On Friday, Oct. 29th from 8:00 until 9:00PM, SF's historic, 160-year-old St. Marks Church will provide the indelible acoustic setting for a performance by perennial AES Convention favorite, Graham Blyth. An internationally recognized Organist and accomplished professional audio equipment designer, Blyth has performed at AES Conventions around the world since 1993.
1. Beach Boy Brian Wilson with Wrecking Crew drummer Hal Blaine
2. Wrecking Crew guitarists Tommy Tedesco and Carol Kay
3. Wrecking Crew Documentary Logo
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