"The Wrecking Crew" has made it to Netflix. This is about the legendary LA studio musicians who played on countless hits in the 1960s. People once mocked the Monkees because they did not play on their records (these guys, and legendary bassist Carol Kaye did) but artists from Frank Sinatra to the Beach Boys to the Byrds, the Mamas and the Papas, the Association and dozens more relied on them. It is a great story.
For the similar experience down south, "Muscle Shoals" is also an entertaining view if you like music. These largely white Alabama session musicians played for many of the 60s black artists like Aretha Franklin in very tense racial times.