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OWN RECORDINGS
TRAX RECORDS
DISCOMAGIC
BIG RECORD LABELS
VARIOUS RECORD LABELS
SOUND
NAME
NUMBER
RELEASING
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MILLION
ATTENTION
TOOL
LIVE SHOWS
TRACKS
WALT DISNEY STUDIOS
COPYRIGHT HOLDERS
ELECTRONIC DANCE MUSIC
ELECTRONIC MUSIC
ELMORE JAMES
SUB POP
OWN RECORD LABEL
GERMAN PIANIST
LONDON
BIG FOUR
RECORD COMPANIES
INDEPENDENT
OWN
DEMO TAPES
DEMO TAPE
BAND
SUCCESS
PRODUCERS
MUSIC BUSINESS
ARTISTS
ALBUM
ALBUMS
MUSIC
LABELS
DJS
RECORDING
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RECORD LABELS
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Definitions

  1. Record labels are experimenting with new approaches, too.
  2. No record labels are reissuing this stuff (some are e.g.: Evidence Records reissuing all of Sun Ra's independent Saturn label releases). (Web site)
  3. Other record labels were later founded in the early 2000s, and are still active in the present. (Web site)
  4. As many record labels are struggling to survive in this download economy, Josh Wink and Ovum records thrive by staying true to their musical vision. (Web site)

Own Recordings

  1. He also set up two record labels with Carla Bley: WATT Works, for their own recordings, and JCOA Records, to promote the work of others.

Trax Records

  1. Two record labels dominated the house music scene in Chicago: DJ International Records, owned by Rocky Jones, and Trax Records, owned by Larry Sherman.

Discomagic

  1. Fulltime, Discomagic, IL Discotto and many other record labels were born from the main Disco music importers out of sheer economic necessity.
  2. Originally, Time Records, Flea Records and Discomagic were some of the record labels that appeared on the original Super Eurobeat albums. (Web site)

Big Record Labels

  1. Today, the big record labels want a new band to sell millions of records right away.

Various Record Labels

  1. Hartman's discography also includes recordings with Earl Hines, Dizzy Gillespie 's big band, and several albums under his own name for various record labels.
  2. The tape was sent out to various record labels but it was never considered and the band was never signed.

Sound

  1. In the mid-1990s, record labels began signing several bands that used such a sound and gave them wide exposure. (Web site)

Name

  1. Throughout his career Freddie King made recordings or many different record labels such as: Parrot, Federal, Atlantic and Shelter (to name a few).
  2. Imperial Records has been the name of at least three different record labels of the 20th century.

Number

  1. Upon leaving Death Row Records, Snoop was approached by a number of record labels.
  2. Upon leaving Death Row Records Snoop was approached by a number of record labels.

Releasing

  1. At the dawn of the new millennium, Walker changed record labels, joining Telarc Blues, and releasing In the Morning in 2002. (Web site)

Several

  1. Hammer received several offers from major record labels after the successful release of the independent album.

Million

  1. A million or so collections, all from different record labels, document this Detroit blues guitarist's influential boogie-woogie career.

Attention

  1. Those of you who pay attention to record labels are liable to assume that this two-disc compilation consists of re-recordings of Ronnie Milsap's hits.

Tool

  1. Tool looked at offers from other record labels, an action not allowed by the contract, according to Volcano.

Live Shows

  1. Includes a calendar of live shows, venues, bulletin board, record labels, entertainment links and talent pages. (Web site)

Tracks

  1. At the MIDEM conference in Cannes, Sony Ericsson announced deals with 10 major record labels, adding over 5 million new tracks to its extensive catalogue.

Walt Disney Studios

  1. Disney Studio Entertainment, also known as Walt Disney Studios, includes Disney's movie and animation studios, record labels, and Broadway-style stage shows.

Copyright Holders

  1. Major copyright holders, such as the major record labels and the movie industry, blame the ease of copying for their decreasing profits.

Electronic Dance Music

  1. Until the 1980s, there were virtually no record labels that exclusively promoted electronic dance music.

Electronic Music

  1. Until 1978 and the formation of Mute Records, there were virtually no record labels that deal with exclusively electronic music. (Web site)

Elmore James

  1. I first heard of Elmore James from reading liner notes and record labels.

Sub Pop

  1. After many successful grunge bands had left Sub Pop for major record labels, a joint venture with Warner Music and the company was formed.

Own Record Label

  1. With just one diss in "Loose Change," Ja Rule had brought two record labels against him and his own record label.

German Pianist

  1. Wilhelm Backhaus [spelled 'Bachaus' on some record labels] (March 26, 1884 – July 5, 1969) was a German pianist. (Web site)

London

  1. His breakthrough came after a recital of Beethoven at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London, the day after which three major record labels called his agent.

Big Four

  1. Three of the " Big Four " record labels are also based in the city.

Record Companies

  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)

Independent

  1. Record labels not owned by the "big four" record labels (Sony BMG, EMI, Universal and Warner), the independent record labels are independently owned.
  2. After releasing two self-produced albums through independent record labels, his first commercially-available studio album Dan Sartain vs.
  3. The records were completely independent of the major record labels and the parties which the tracks were played at never played any commercial pop music. (Web site)

Own

  1. In other words, Record Labels are almost never the owners of the copyright to the musical composition - they typically own only sound recordings. (Web site)
  2. They also own and run dance music record labels Deep Dish, Yoshitoshi, and Yo, among others with the aid of their first label manager Chuck Roder.

Demo Tapes

  1. The band submitted the video footage along with their demo tapes to several record labels. (Web site)
  2. Shoffner became the band's manager and their demo tapes were sent out to record labels with the hopes of landing a record deal.

Demo Tape

  1. However, the demo tape circulated in the music industry, creating interest among record labels. (Web site)

Band

  1. It was clear that the leader of the band was Don Redman, however he chose to have his name left off the record labels. (Web site)
  2. According to Volcano, Tool had violated their contract when the band looked at offers from other record labels. (Web site)
  3. Some disc jockeys referred to the band as "Buddy Holly and the Crickets," but the record labels never used this wording until after Holly's death.

Success

  1. In the early days of the recording industry, record labels were absolutely necessary for the success of any artist.
  2. He began shopping demo tapes to record labels in London without success until he was heard by American producer David Kershenbaum. (Web site)

Producers

  1. Record labels, remixers, clubs, producers and audio clips for popular and rare disco music of the '70s and '80s.
  2. Includes links to lyrics, producers, publications, radio stations, record labels, resources and studios. (Web site)

Music Business

  1. We were innocent and full of hope about a future in the music business, and finally we managed to get the attention of record labels. (Web site)

Artists

  1. Record labels click here to supply album details of your artists, musicians, bands or compilation albums you have released.
  2. Sites are organized in categories like bands and artists, record labels, and lyrics. (Web site)

Album

  1. An album was completed, but major record labels passed on the band. (Web site)
  2. DMX recorded his next album while switching record labels, causing numerous delays. (Web site)

Albums

  1. There may be discussion or proposals for record labels, albums and genres in the future.
  2. Coming together in 1998, Mars ILL has released several albums and EPs through independent record labels and two albums on Gotee Records.
  3. Several record labels have released also some albums with live mixes of Sonique's DJ sets.

Music

  1. By Ray McDonald 2007 saw musicians abandon their record labels, publicly clash with their bosses, and offer their music to the public - for free.
  2. Beck recorded music for several major record labels, and he also had connections within the publishing industry.
  3. Juttla first started out making music in the early nineties having a string of releases on various independent record labels.

Labels

  1. On his debut, GZA penned "Labels," a story rap that incorporated various record labels into the lyrics.

Djs

  1. DJs, clubs, promoters, magazines, radio, tv stations, and record labels are all involved in the fund raising.
  2. Reviews on independent artists, events calendar, and links to MCs, DJs, record labels, audio downloads, and graffiti. (Web site)
  3. Both DJs formed their own record labels that year: Sasha created Excession Records and Digweed started Bedrock Records.

Recording

  1. The album was quickly rejected by record labels for being "not commercial." Cher chose instead to sell the recording exclusively through her website.
  2. In those days conductors had cover approval in their contracts, nowadays they have to start their own record labels to make a recording. (Web site)
  3. Small, local record labels proliferated from Houston, Texas to New Orleans, specializing in recording and distributing local acts.

Recordings

  1. After the success of Mamie Smith's pioneering 1920 recording of "Crazy Blues", record labels realized there was a demand for recordings of race music.
  2. In 1964, she changed record labels, from the American Colpix to the Dutch Philips, which also meant a change in the contents of her recordings. (Web site)
  3. Under Mills' guidance, Ellington made dozens of recordings under different names and record labels. (Web site)

Record Labels

  1. Anyone and anything affiliated with the genre of punk rock, including musicians, albums, songs, artists, record labels, subgenres, etc. (Web site)
  2. Ever prolific, the pair now spend their valuable time as producers, remixers, DJs and recording artists, as well as finding time to run two record labels.
  3. DaLinkz - Directory of over 400 rap and hiphop links, including bands and artists, record labels, stores, magazines, audio and video.

Categories

  1. Record Companies
  2. Own Record Label
  3. Recordings
  4. Sub Pop
  5. Audio Clips
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