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Wednesday, July 9, 2014

The Carol Kaye Documentary

Bassist Carol Kaye is a studio legend unfortunately that has never gotten enough notoriety. As the only female member of the infamous Wrecking Crew group of LA studio musicians, Carol played on so many of the hits that have since gone on to become classics (think "Good Vibrations," "California Girls," Scarborough Fair," "Feelin' Alright," "River Deep Mountain High," just to name a few) as well as many television shows and movies from the period. It's no surprise that she became the go-to bassist for Brian Wilson, Phil Spector, and even Frank Zappa.

Now a documentary about Carol's life is being shot, and below you can see the trailer for it, as well as a long interview with her. If you love music history and great playing, make sure you check both of these out.


1 comment:

Nichole said...

"Because you have People in Rock N Roll that never have to learn 'Blue Skies Smilin' at Me..." What a Great Speaking Aura She Has. I wish more teachers Truly embraced life like that. Enjoyed these excerpts from Carol.


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