Tedesco explains why his film about a legendary group of studio musicians took nearly 20 years to make.

Ten years after Denny Tedesco shot the first frames of The Wrecking Crew, his film about the legendary group of 1960s Los Angeles session musicians who played on everything from Phil Spector classics and "Good Vibrations" to toothpaste jingles, he hit the point of no return. The film had to be completed.

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