Archival collection Education and Public Programs Division Records (Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum Records)

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Subseries 21: Songwriters to Soundmen

Scope and Contents:
Songwriters to Soundmen gives Rock Hall audiences a free inside look at aspects of the music business that are often concealed from view. For those who wonder how songs become recordings, how recordings become hits, or how the show gets on the road, this series offers both answers and anecdotes beyond imagination. From label executives to producers to guitar tech to radio djs, the music industry is populated with remarkable characters who have equally remarkable stories to tell. If many of us know a whole lot about the stars, too few among us know about the folks who work alongside the stars, who discover stars, who direct the careers of stars, who produce their songs. Past interviewees include MTV VJ Matt Pinfield, singer and collector Marty Stewart, songwriter Weldon McDougal, III, and photographer Anastasia Pantsios.

Songwriters to soundmen. Vic Flick. Part 1.

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Series:
Songwriters to soundmen (Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum)
Format Details:
H.264/MPEG-4 AVC
Summary:
Director of Education Jason Hanley interviews studio guitarist Vic Flick. Flick discusses his early career and instruments, his famous "James Bond" riff, and his work as a session musician. Flick also performs several excerpts and talks about his book, "Vic Flick: Guitar Man."
Contents:
Songs. For your eyes only.
Subjects:
Flick, Vic
Rock musicians
Rock music--History and criticism
James Bond films--Songs and music
Genre/Form:
Filmed interviews
Filmed performances
Nonfiction films
Contributors:
Hanley, Jason, Ph.D.
Flick, Vic
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
Archival Material:
Digital