The Wrecking Crew (sometimes called the Clique or the First Call Gang, occasionally credited as The Phil Spector Wall Of Sound Orchestra) was a loose-knit circle of Los Angeles' top studio session musicians whose services were constantly in demand during their heyday in the 1960s and early 1970s.
The Wrecking Crew (6)
Al Casey (2), Alan Estes, Ambrose Russo, Anne Goodman, Anthony Zungolo, Armand Kaproff, Arnold Belnick, Art Maebe, Assa Drori, Bernard Kundell, Bill Pitman, Billy Strange, Bob Enevoldsen, Buddy Emmons, Carl LaMagna, Carol Kaye, Champ Webb, Charles Findley, Chuck Berghofer, Chuck Collazzi, Chuck Findley, Clare Fischer, Curry Tjader, David Burk, David Filerman, Dick Hyde, Dick Noel (2), Don Bagley, Don Lanier, Don Rader, Don Randi, Donnie Owens, Edgar Lustgarten (2), Emil Richards, Emmet Sargeant, Frank Capp, Frederick Seykora, Gary Coleman, Gene Deurmeier, Gene Estes, Glen Campbell, Hal Blaine, Harold Ayres, Harold Bemko, Harry Bluestone, Henry Ferber, Henry Sigismonti, Ignace Speiser, Igor Horoshevsky, Irving Rubins, Israel Baker, James Burton, James Getzoff, Jan Kelley, Jeffrey Solow, Jerome Kessler, Jerome Reisler, Jerry Kolbrak, Jerry Williams, Jesse Ehrlich, Jim Gordon, Jim Horn,
John De Voogdt,
William Weiss (2)