Denny Tedesco originally planned for this to be a 30-minute filmed roundtable chat between some of the leading session musicians of the day. Instead he found he was confronted with such a wealth of material that the natural solution was to turn it into a feature film. He says he has 6 1/2 hours of additional material not in the film and is still filming interviews with survivors of the Wrecking Crew era.
The Wrecking Crew got their name in the early 60s because of their refusal to turn up to recording sessions in formal suits. Instead, they showed up in jeans and t-shirts, thereby causing some in the business to say that they were wrecking the high standards of the industry.