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DECADE
SUPPORTING
MOVIE INDUSTRY
MUSICAL PARTNER
MUSIC JOURNALISTS
MUSIC EDUCATORS
MUSICAL ASPIRATIONS
BUSINESS INDUSTRY
SAMICK MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
MUSIC CAPITALS
STEVE ALBINI
VIETNAMESE MUSIC INDUSTRY
PRINT CONSUMER PUBLISHING
LIGHTENING SPEED
POP MUSIC INDUSTRY
MUSIC INDUSTRY EXPERTS
MUSIC INDUSTRY PROFESSIONAL
WORLD MUSIC INDUSTRY
GOSPEL MUSIC INDUSTRY
AUSTRALIAN MUSIC INDUSTRY
MAINSTREAM MUSIC INDUSTRY
DANCE MUSIC INDUSTRY
ENTIRE MUSIC INDUSTRY
AMERICAN MUSIC INDUSTRY
COUNTRY MUSIC INDUSTRY
RESPECTED
CHANGE
IMPACT
VOICE
PHILOSOPHY
ITALY
WORKING
BACK
FORWARD
NAME
NAMES
PEOPLE
PEERS
WAY
PART
MILLENNIUM
MARLEY
DAY
MUSICIAN
MUSICIANS
ADVICE
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Music Industry"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. In the music industry, a record label is a brand and a trademark associated with the marketing of music recordings and music videos.
  2. The music industry is that which creates, performs, and promotes music.
  3. The music industry is heavily driven by new songs. (Web site)
  4. The music industry created a loophole in Canadian copyright laws when it asked for a levy on blank audio media.
  5. The American music industry is dominated by large companies that produce, market and distribute certain kinds of music.

Decade

  1. After a decade removed from the music industry, Hedgecock returned in 1996 as half of the duo Parlor James.

Supporting

  1. It's certainly a worthy cause, and one that I think the music industry would be interested in knowing about and supporting. (Web site)

Movie Industry

  1. As if reflecting the trend of the recent movie industry in Hollywood, "Ticker" shows many faces from music industry. (Web site)

Musical Partner

  1. Blackwell soon recorded a tribute to his musical partner of seven years (“My Old Pal Blues”) before retiring from the music industry. (Web site)

Music Journalists

  1. That pretty well covers the whole of the music industry (except the music journalists who are far too agile ever to get trapped!).

Music Educators

  1. His former students enjoy successful careers as music educators, in music industry, and in leading orchestras and military bands in the U.S. and abroad.

Musical Aspirations

  1. Her drive to succeed in the music industry led Amanda into selling drugs in order to support her musical aspirations. (Web site)

Business Industry

  1. The music industry refers to the business industry connected with the creation and sale of music.

Samick Musical Instruments

  1. SIMS Corp. is also a partnership company of SAMICK Musical Instruments Co., LTD., one of the largest multinational corporations in Music Industry.

Music Capitals

  1. Without question, Muscle Shoals is among the world's most unassuming "music capitals" in that it remains unspoiled by the music industry.

Steve Albini

  1. Steve Albini is a well-known engineer as well as an equally well-known critic of major labels and the "music industry".

Vietnamese Music Industry

  1. In the past 10 years, Nhu Quynh's stellar climb to the top of the Vietnamese music industry has set her apart from many of her contemporaries.

Print Consumer Publishing

  1. Sabin saw Harp's demise as reflective of the changes both in the music industry and in print consumer publishing. (Web site)
  2. Print consumer publishing and the music industry are undergoing a revolutionary period.

Lightening Speed

  1. Wyldcards impression on the music industry is thunderous and continues to grow at lightening speed.

Pop Music Industry

  1. Isolation: The music of Kraftwerk and the Mary Chain was born out of isolation from the machinations of the pop music industry.

Music Industry Experts

  1. Music industry experts named Leroy Van Dyke as the Country Music Entertainer of the Decade for the 1960s.

Music Industry Professional

  1. His other son, Jeff Pasternak is a playwright and songwriter and youngest son is Peter Pasternak, a music industry professional.

World Music Industry

  1. Peter Goldmark (1906-1977) created the long playing record that dominated the world music industry before iPods and CDs. (Web site)

Gospel Music Industry

  1. BeBe Winans said he was glad to be in the gospel music industry because of people like her.

Australian Music Industry

  1. Laws will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award from ARIA for his contribution to the Australian Music Industry.

Mainstream Music Industry

  1. But it was the 2003 album Byron Cage that brought him to the attention of the wider public and to the mainstream music industry. (Web site)
  2. That's why I was there, on the eve of a holiday eve, as the mainstream music industry was enjoying a break from its ongoing plunge toward insolvency.

Dance Music Industry

  1. Steve Walsh will be missed by many people, both those in the dance music industry and his many listeners and clubbers.

Entire Music Industry

  1. The music on Hurricane Relief: Come Together Now represents the breadth and scope of the entire music industry. (Web site)

American Music Industry

  1. In addition, the American music industry is quite diverse, supporting a number of regional styles like zydeco, klezmer and slack-key.

Country Music Industry

  1. Wesley Rose was a very important part of the development of the country music industry.
  2. In 1948, bluegrass emerged as a genre within the post-war, country music industry. (Web site)

Respected

  1. Martyn Ware and Vince Clarke are highly regarded and respected in the Music Industry.

Change

  1. EMI has played a leading role in the development of the music industry during this period of change.
  2. The fabulous promise of the Juju sound still haunts the World Music industry; as does the blindness to necessary change, or essential preservation.

Impact

  1. From software synths to Kraftwerk, even gangster rap, the electronic music explosion has made an impact on almost every aspect of the music industry. (Web site)

Voice

  1. Bob Thiele was a major voice in the music industry for nearly six decades. (Web site)
  2. Although her voice was relatively untrained, her exceptional dancing proved marketable to the visually-oriented, MTV -driven, pop music industry.

Philosophy

  1. That philosophy could apply not only to Giacomo's longshot Kentucky Derby victory, but Moss's determined rise to the top of the music industry. (Web site)

Italy

  1. A recent economics report says that the music industry in Italy made 2.3 billion € in 2004.

Working

  1. His son, Ricki Wilde also gained some notice in the music industry, working mainly in promotion and A&R.

Back

  1. Nirvana changed the music industry forever back in 1991. (Web site)
  2. Enduring the hardships of the initial years of the Jamaican music industry together, Bob and Rita never turned back. (Web site)

Forward

  1. Looking forward, a social network platform is a powerful venue for the music industry to reinvent what that type of access now means to a fan.
  2. Your ideas on how we can move forward in the world music industry. (Web site)

Name

  1. The songs of Loretta Lynn, Bill Monroe, John Michael Montgomery, Ricky Skaggs, to name only a few, have made an impression on the music industry.

Names

  1. Widelife is Ian J.Nieman and Rachid Wehbi, both rather well known names in the music industry.
  2. Few names in the dance music industry are as universally recognised or respected as that of Dutch superstar Armin Van Buuren.

People

  1. In the jury there are people from the Music Industry, the Music Press and Music retailers.
  2. The argument presented by this gentlemen was, essentially, that, since it gets some people to pick up a guitar, it must be good for the music industry.
  3. Sam Cooke had a huge influence not just on the music industry but on people.

Peers

  1. We feel so humbled and honored to be recognized by our peers in the Christian Music industry, says BarlowGirl.

Way

  1. Some people refer to a Greatest Hits album as the "gold watch" of the music industry, a final reward for a band on its way out.
  2. Anderson's success helped pave the way for future female country singers to assert themselves in the male-dominated (country) music industry.

Part

  1. Eason Chan Yik-Shun is a prominent male singer and is a part of the skilled class (實力派) in Hong Kong 's music industry.

Millennium

  1. The boom of independent music at the turn of the millennium had changed the dynamics of the music industry.
  2. The new Millennium saw Pete Waterman still at the very top of the music industry.

Marley

  1. Garvey in his philosophy, which Burning Spear greatly took to, and Marley in directly helping Burning Spear get started in the music industry.

Day

  1. The day the New Media gets to show the music industry what we can do.

Musician

  1. Billy Howerdel has certainly taken some unorthodox steps to get where he is today as a musician and he's seen many different sides of the music industry. (Web site)

Musicians

  1. Free on-line classifieds for musicians and the music industry.
  2. Historically, the conflicting motives of business people and musicians has been a source of tension in the popular music industry.

Advice

  1. He began making more demos, one of which caught the attention of idol Teddy Riley, who gave him advice on the music industry.

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