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SUN RECORDS
KING RECORDS
ALLIGATOR RECORDS
BAD TASTE RECORDS
BEST-SELLING RECORD
LUKE RECORDS
ARISTA
RECORD COMPANY ATTENTION
FRATERNITY RECORDS
LARGE RECORD COMPANY
FIERCE RECORD COMPANY BIDDING WAR
ALEC EMPIRE SET
RECORD COMPANY EXECUTIVES
OWN RECORD COMPANY
SITUATION
INCIDENT
MONEY
TITLE TRACK
COMPOSER
PRODUCER
CHET ATKINS
MAINLAND CHINA
GEORGE JONES
FAMOUS PEOPLE
CONTRACT
WARNER BROS
DEATH ROW
ORCHESTRA
RECORDINGS
GROUP
COBAIN
RECORDING
BACK
MONEY BACK
ORIGINAL SONGS
SUB POP
BLUES MUSICIANS
RECORDING PROCESS
LIMIT RECORDS
COLUMBIA RECORDS
MUSIC
DRE
NAME
BAND
ALBUM
COMBS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. No record company was really interested in them, so they kept on playing blues in small clubs.

Sun Records

  1. That man was Sam Phillips and the record company was Sun Records, and that's exactly where Perkins headed in 1954 to get an audition. (Web site)

King Records

  1. The Stanley Brothers joined King Records in the late '50s, a record company so eclectic it included James Brown at the time. (Web site)

Alligator Records

  1. No record company has done more in the last three decades to promote and preserve the blues tradition than Alligator Records.

Bad Taste Records

  1. Bad Taste Records - record company dealing in alternative rock music.

Best-Selling Record

  1. The record company requested that Tram record a new instrumental number similar to "Singin' The Blues" in the hope of generating another best-selling record. (Web site)

Luke Records

  1. Luke Records was the first independent black owned record company owned by a rapper.

Arista

  1. Following the release of Unstable, the band lost its guitarist, Mike Ransom, and left Arista shortly before the record company ceased business operations. (Web site)

Record Company Attention

  1. By early 1985 Hucknall and Rashman had assembled a band of local session musicians and began to attract record company attention.

Fraternity Records

  1. Instead of using the version Bill Parson did later, the record company, Fraternity Records, decided to use the original demo done by Bobby Bare.

Large Record Company

  1. His Master's Voice, often abbreviated to HMV, is a famous trademark in the music business, and for many years was the name of a large record company.

Fierce Record Company Bidding War

  1. After printing a mere 100 copies of the album, the Foo Fighters became the object of a fierce record company bidding war. (Web site)

Alec Empire Set

  1. After this they quickly trashed their relationship with the record company and with the advance money, Alec Empire set up Digital Hardcore Recordings.

Record Company Executives

  1. Charlie played the tapes calling upon record company executives to sign this new band: enter John Stainze and Ed Bicknell. (Web site)

Own Record Company

  1. Daz soon left after the failure of this album to form his own record company, D.P.G. Recordz. (Web site)

Situation

  1. By that time, the band was in an awkward, almost impossible situation with their record company. (Web site)

Incident

  1. In 1970, a record company A&R man tried to run off with a set of her master recordings; the incident led her to establish her own record label, Bet-Car.

Money

  1. With the money they had left as an advance from the record company, they could only record half an album's worth of material. (Web site)

Title Track

  1. The title track is based on a tune taught them by a Sudanese who stayed for a while with their record company in Vestre Slidre, Valdres. (Web site)

Composer

  1. Diane Arkenstone is a composer and musician, owning her own record company, NeoPacifica Recordings.
  2. At various times, he worked as a salesman, disk jockey, record company executive, composer, trumpeter and as his father's aide.

Producer

  1. Over the years Cleveland Eaton became a consumate bassist, producer, composer, publisher, arranger and head of his own Birmingham based record company. (Web site)

Chet Atkins

  1. Chet Atkins (Chester Burton Atkins), 1924-2001, American country guitarist, singer, and record company executive, b.

Mainland China

  1. As with most Chinese rock bands, they had to release their CDs in Taiwan or Hong Kong first, as no record company in mainland China wanted to release it.

George Jones

  1. Then somebody in Nashville, a manager or record company, decided it was too country for George Jones. (Web site)

Famous People

  1. Metalwood won some big Canadian Grammies, played with some famous people, and got signed to a major record company. (Web site)

Contract

  1. After struggling to get a contract with a record company, he finally caught the ear of record producer Chet Atkins.
  2. Parsons' appearance was contested by Lee Hazlewood, who contended that the singer was still technically under contract to his record company. (Web site)

Warner Bros

  1. CAROL FENELON (Producer) began her career as a record company executive at such labels as MCA, Warner Bros., RCA and Arista.
  2. Prince had stated that he always wanted to release a cover version but his record company, Warner Bros.

Death Row

  1. Death Row was not yet officially a Record Company.

Orchestra

  1. The RPO has a 125-release contract with Tring International, the largest contract in history between one orchestra and a record company.

Recordings

  1. Brazilian and Jazz guitarist Joe Carters website features biography, itinerary, reviews, sound bites, recordings, info on record company, etc.

Group

  1. He recorded The Gambler in 1977, with a group that included guitarist Andy Summers, only to find that the record company refused to release it. (Web site)

Cobain

  1. The ten people involved included musician friends, record company executives, and one of Cobain's closest friends, Dylan Carlson.

Recording

  1. In 1975 an Italian record company gave Pullen, George Adams and Dannie Richmond the opportunity to each make a recording under his own name. (Web site)

Back

  1. Record company executives demanded a return back to traditional Zulu pop music. (Web site)

Money Back

  1. The artist pays this money back to the record company out of their CD royalties when they start selling CDs.

Original Songs

  1. About this time Kurt began sending a tape of his original songs entitled "Fecal Matter" around to any record company that would listen. (Web site)

Sub Pop

  1. Dry as a Bone was the first release by a single band by a newly created record company, Sub Pop. (Web site)

Blues Musicians

  1. Blue Collar Music - A record company run by blues musicians for blues musicians. (Web site)

Recording Process

  1. Gossard described the recording process as a "non-pressure filled" situation, as there were no expectations or pressure coming from the record company. (Web site)

Limit Records

  1. No Limit Records, the retail store, became No Limit, the record company. (Web site)

Columbia Records

  1. Solange Knowles, 17, wed Daniel Smith in a ceremony in the Bahamas over the weekend, according to her record company, Columbia Records.

Music

  1. Rivera went on to work as a real estate agent, although she kept a hand in music and helped her father run his record company.

Dre

  1. Dr. Dre was impressed and signed Snoop Dogg to his and Suge Knight 's record company, Death Row Records.
  2. In 1985, Dre and Eazy-E (Eric Wright) decided to start up their own record company with Eazy-E's capital and Dre's producing talent.

Name

  1. Digital Hardcore Recordings is also the name of the record company that Alec Empire set up in Germany in the early 1990s. (Web site)
  2. In his second single, "The Way I Am", he reveals to his fans the pressures from his record company to top "My Name Is" and sell more records. (Web site)
  3. Cobain has thoroughly confused his record company by usingmultiple choice in the spelling of his name: Kurdt, Curt, and Kurt; Cobainor Kobain.

Band

  1. The band were looking for a producer when one of the members of the record company suggested Jones, to which the band agreed to.
  2. Morgan has stated that the hit song relates an incident where the band was subjected to what the record company wanted rather than what the band wanted.
  3. After these three albums and extensive touring in the States, their record company went bust, leaving the band with no money and an uncertain future.

Album

  1. In 1958 Vaughan recorded the album No Count Sarah with members of the Count Basie Orchestra, minus Basie, who was under contract with another record company. (Web site)
  2. Without a singer, and pressured by the record company, Steinman decided that he should sing on Bad for Good himself, and write a new album for Meat Loaf. (Web site)
  3. The next album will be about the same, except that the record company will insist they spend more time and money on it. (Web site)

Combs

  1. As of 2005, Combs sold his record company to the Warner Music Group.

Categories

  1. Cities > Capitals > London > Emi
  2. Discord
  3. Discontent
  4. Death Row Records
  5. Columbia Records

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