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Legal Issues in the Music Industry By Mark J. Davis
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Do you know the answers to these questions? (You had better, if you want to survive in the music business.) * What can I copyright? * Why will a Poor Man copyright keep me poor? * Can I sell my... More > copyright? Give it to my kids? * What is infringement? * What is Fair Use? (it is not what you think it is) * How do songwriters get paid? * What does a music publisher do? Do I need one? * Who are ASCAP, BMI, and SESAC? * How do cover songs work? * What is the difference between a parody and infringement? * What is in a record deal? * We are putting out our own album, what do we do? * What do all those legal terms mean? * How do recording artists get paid? * Am I recouped yet? Mark J. Davis is an attorney, university lecturer, and former arbitrator for the US Copyright Office. His students have gone on to careers in the music industry after taking his classes. Rely on his 30 years of experience in entertainment law.< Less
The Music of Bobby Vee By Robert Reynolds
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Bobby Vee got his break when Buddy Holly’s plane crashed, killing all aboard. Vee’s amateur combo answered a call for volunteers to carry on the ill-fated Winter Dance Party. It was a... More > serendipitous beginning to one of the most successful careers in 60s music. Vee scored a #1 hit with the classic Take Good Care of My Baby and followed it with #2 Run to Him ensuring his place in history as one of the most consistent hit makers of his generation. His star dimmed when British groups took over, but bounced back with one of his biggest hits, “Come Back When You Grow Up”. He racked up racked up 38 Top 100 hits. This looks at all of his recordings. Some of his best music came long after his name vanished from the music charts. He encountered Bob Dylan, worked with Leon Russell, achieved success with Holly’s Crickets, and met the Beatles. Misfortune kept him from songs that became top hits for others.< Less
The Music of Bobby Vee By Robert Reynolds
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Bobby Vee got his break when Buddy Holly’s plane crashed, killing all aboard. Vee’s amateur combo answered a call for volunteers to carry on the ill-fated Winter Dance Party. It was a... More > serendipitous beginning to one of the most successful careers in 60s music. Vee scored a #1 hit with the classic Take Good Care of My Baby and followed it with #2 Run to Him ensuring his place in history as one of the most consistent hit makers of his generation. His star dimmed when British groups took over, but bounced back with one of his biggest hits, “Come Back When You Grow Up”. He racked up racked up 38 Top 100 hits. This looks at all of his recordings. Some of his best music came long after his name vanished from the music charts. He encountered Bob Dylan, worked with Leon Russell, achieved success with Holly’s Crickets, and met the Beatles. Misfortune kept him from songs that became top hits for others.< Less
The Music of Johnny Rivers By Robert Reynolds
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Johnny Rivers seemingly became an "overnight" success when music lovers discovered his popular shows His rise to fame resulted in a #2 hit with "Memphis. Many more followed, including... More > his #1, "Poor Side of Town" and #3 "Secret Agent Man".The Music of Johnny Rivers tells the story of how young John Ramistella of Baton Rouge, Louisiana pursued his dream to follow in the footsteps of Fats Domino and Elvis Presley and make a career in music. But, success did not come easy, nor did it come quickly. A name change by legendary disc jockey Alan Freed began Johnny's journey to stardom. Not simply an entertainer, Rivers sang, wrote and produced hit records, and formed his own record company. He traveled to Vietnam to entertain the troops and he won a Grammy for producing a 5th Dimension #1 hit. Among Johnny's other major hits are: "Mountain of Love", "Rockin' Pneumonia", "Slow Dancin'", "Baby I Need Your Lovin'. RIvers placed 17 records in the Top 40, and sixteen LPs in the top album charts.< Less
The Music of Johnny Rivers By Robert Reynolds
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Johnny Rivers seemingly became an "overnight" success when music lovers discovered his popular shows His rise to fame resulted in a #2 hit with "Memphis. Many more followed, including... More > his #1, "Poor Side of Town" and #3 "Secret Agent Man".The Music of Johnny Rivers tells the story of how young John Ramistella of Baton Rouge, Louisiana pursued his dream to follow in the footsteps of Fats Domino and Elvis Presley and make a career in music. But, success did not come easy, nor did it come quickly. A name change by legendary disc jockey Alan Freed began Johnny's journey to stardom. Not simply an entertainer, Rivers sang, wrote and produced hit records, and formed his own record company. He traveled to Vietnam to entertain the troops and he won a Grammy for producing a 5th Dimension #1 hit. Among Johnny's other major hits are: "Mountain of Love", "Rockin' Pneumonia", "Slow Dancin'", "Baby I Need Your Lovin'. RIvers placed 17 records in the Top 40, and sixteen LPs in the top album charts.< Less
The Music of Bobby Goldsboro By Robert Reynolds
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Bobby Goldsboro led an extraordinary life, getting his first break as a guitarist for the legendary Roy Orbison. His solo career spanned the sixties and seventies, having numerous hit records along... More > the way--Honey; See the Funny Little Clown; Broomstick Cowboy; Watching Scotty Grow; Autumn of My Life; I'm a Drifter; Summer (the 1st Time)...to name but a few. British fans voted Summer (the 1st Time) the Best Summer Song of all time. Along with Orbison, he headlined with the likes of The Beatles and Rolling Stones. His hit record, "Honey," became one of 1968's top records, scoring number one in almost all categories. During the late seventies, Bobby began a successful three-year run with his hit television music variety series, "The Bobby Goldsboro Show." In later years, he became a highly celebrated artist. His paintings are treasured by many. "The Music of Bobby Goldsboro"relates his story from small town kid to pop/country music legend, TV personality and artist. It's a story you won't want to miss.< Less
Master Class Universal America Enter or Reinvent Your Modeling or Acting Comedy Career By Kevin Lee America King
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"Master Class" is written and annotated by Kevin Lee A.n.a Yusef and Lloyd been of Turks and Caicos his private island Salt cay . He is the founder owner of Universal music group , films... More > / studios the conglomerate . He has another book "Hip Hop the last religion" insight on entering the music industry & building business . His experience comes from working decades In commercial entertainment hands on song writing for artist like Ella Fitzgerald Jay-z , Dullah Trey Songs (Jupiter Love & Never Enough) , Alicia Keys (I need you) , 50 Cent (First album) Vado (only first verse on "Mo Harlem") Beyonce (Schoolin Life) movies like "Love & Basketball" , "Fallen" starring Denzel< Less
The “People Power” Job Superbook: Book 35. Artist - Craftsperson Business - Jobs - Career (Includes Graphic Arts, Museum Jobs) By Tony Kelbrat
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This book is a mix of jobs and self-employment opportunities. In order to sell your products, refer to internet auctions and flea markets. Many people have a delusional idea of an artist's life... More > they got from TV and movies. The coolest people are always artists and they're always making lots of money. The mass media picks a few people and showcases them as star artists while thousands of artists just as good or better at their craft than these stars get nothing. That's the way it is in arts. There are very few true geniuses out there. A painting is a subjective experience. An actor spews out rehearsed lines. A thousand actors can easily do any role as well as anyone else. The only way to detect a true artist is through a literary work or music that moves you. Everything else is opinion. I've known plenty of talented, middle-aged poor artists. That's the way most artists live. Most eventually take on another job. Schoolteachers make up a big percentage of artists with day jobs.< Less
Music Licensing : An Insiders Guide to Making Money With Your Music By Randy Schroeder & Seb Jarakian
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Use this book as a guide to finding your way through the maze of the world of music licensing. We’ll detail how we got into this business and how to think about your music career, and give you... More > practical tips on finding success. Each section is arranged to build your knowledge base as you move though the chapters, so it’s best to read through once, then feel free to skip through different sections.< Less
A Marlene Dietrich Sheet Music Album By Rudolf Polt
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A collection of classic and rare sheet music cover artwork devoted to the career of Marlene Dietrich.

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