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OWN RECORDINGS
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SECOND SINGLE
RECORD LABEL
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JON BON JOVI
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Definitions

  1. Record companies were reluctant to issue albums by country's female artists until Kitty Wells proved that women could sell.
  2. The record companies are in control of the production and distribution processes.
  3. The record companies were mainly interested in the commercial potential of Eckstine's rather conventional ballads. (Web site)

Own Recordings

  1. Record companies no longer want us—but it doesn't matter because we can make our own recordings.

Record Producer John Hammond

  1. Basie got his big break when one of his broadcasts was heard by journalist and record producer John Hammond, who touted him to agents and record companies.

Popularity

  1. Many non-disco artists recorded disco songs at the height of its popularity, most often due to demand from the record companies who needed a surefire hit.

People

  1. It's amazing that so many people that I've watched their careers explode, like Jay-Z and Jermaine Dupri, [have become] the heads of record companies. (Web site)

Consumers

  1. That is why in a compulsory scheme, record companies and artists must license their content to P2P vendors used by consumers for file-sharing. (Web site)

George Jones

  1. George Jones & Melba Montgomery by Jones, George P D Harris says: "George's sensational duets with Melba are often forgotten, especially by record companies.

Playing Piano

  1. In today's market the record companies have put so much emphasis on the singers that the listener doesnt even know who is playing piano, bass or percussion. (Web site)

Second Single

  1. Their second single was unsuccessful, so they changed record companies.

Record Label

  1. Record companies in Los Angeles began to show interest in Aslyn’s music, inspiring her to begin searching for a record label.

Radio Stations

  1. The American music industry includes a number of fields, ranging from record companies to radio stations and community orchestras. (Web site)

Field Trips

  1. Record companies, such as Columbia, Paramount, and Okeh, made field trips into the South in search of talented blues singers.

Jon Bon Jovi

  1. Jon Bon Jovi made several demos and sent them out to many record companies, but failed to make an impact. (Web site)

Sound Recordings

  1. It is the record companies, who own the rights in the sound recordings, who make the money.

Bidding War

  1. After a bidding war between record companies anxious to capitalize on Grohl's connection to Nirvana, Capitol Records signed the album. (Web site)

Music Publishers

  1. The Classical Archives supports the rights of composers, performers, music publishers, record companies and other rights holders.
  2. Staff songwriters are hired by music publishers, record companies, producers and other production or recording groups. (Web site)

Recordings

  1. Record companies and individuals may submit recordings to be nominated.
  2. The history of jazz in Cuba was hidden for many years by the unwillingness of record companies to make recordings available.
  3. With the SRSO he began a new series of recordings of American music for a consortium of independent record companies. (Web site)

Record Labels

  1. It is the fourth-largest business group and family of record labels in the recording industry, making it one of the "big four" record companies. (Web site)

Records

  1. On a few records where white jazz guitarist Eddie Lang sat in with African American groups, the record companies listed Lang as "Blind Blake". (Web site)

Band

  1. In 1998, the band recorded a demo tape on Compact Cassette which they sent to record companies in the hope of getting a recording contract. (Web site)
  2. Keeping in view of the popularity and huge success of Billy Talent, the major record companies approached the band in 2002.
  3. After only a few gigs, the band was approached by record companies, and only three months into their career they signed a record deal with Zoo Entertainment.

Demos

  1. Electric Eel Shock decided against making demos and sending them to record companies. (Web site)

Rappers

  1. None of the record companies or representatives for the rappers were immediately available for comment. (Web site)

Artists

  1. In the early years of jazz, record companies were often eager to decide what songs were to be recorded by their artists.
  2. It was the record companies, realizing the market for “race records” that had these artists perform blues for their labels.
  3. Record companies may also promote and market their artists, through advertising, public performances and concerts, and television appearances.

Djs

  1. He convinced producers and other record companies to give the DJs an opportunity to remix records for the clubs.

Airplay

  1. Throughout the 1950s, payola payments by record companies to DJs in return for airplay was an ongoing problem.

Publishers

  1. An association of songwriters that helps to educate members, and represent them with publishers and record companies.
  2. Jeff wrote, produced, and performed all the material on the demo, and made several trips to New York to meet with record companies and publishers. (Web site)
  3. This will help musicians, record companies and publishers determine whether that can freely use the songs.

Royalties

  1. The American Federation of Musicians bans its members from participating in studio recordings for record companies that fail to pay royalties to performers.
  2. Writers and composers will still be entitled to royalties, even when performers and record companies no longer are.
  3. In many cases, royalties due to songwriters and lyricists are being pocketed by record companies. (Web site)

Music

  1. SK Telecom acquires the rights from the record companies for music to use as ringtones, ringbacks and full version downloads.

Bon Jovi

  1. Bon Jovi made several demos (including one produced by Billy Squier) and sent them out to many record companies, but failed to make an impact. (Web site)

Record Companies

  1. The success of " Crazy Blues " prompted other record companies to also try to find other female blues singers that could match the sales of " Crazy Blues ".
  2. The fact that he was unsuccessful in getting the material he was recording out through other record companies led Sam Phillips to start his own label. (Web site)
  3. The band immediately drew attention from record companies and was the subject of a bidding war, eventually going with Mercury. (Web site)

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