Back in 1968 his album Electric Ladyland was released. It is one of my all-time favourite recordings.
He died today. He was a phenomenal bass player and brilliant composer and singer. I was lucky enough to see and hear Cream in their early days.
John Holt has died. He owned a great voice, and was a great songwriter. I loved his original version of The Tide Is High.
It is brilliant that at last some of the US-based managers are joining together to try to influence the music business. I tried many years ago, but the managers that I discussed it with did not understand the reasoning of … Continued
I am very happy that we have just signed Tunecore for representation in Brazil. Thanks Jamie.
Many of the major publishers believe that the rates offered by the PROs are not high enough in the market today. Sony/ATV may well exit from the PROs in the USA, and negotiate their own direct deals. This may well … Continued
We have a new agreement with APMusica, an independent publisher based in Belgium and Spain. Thanks to Paul.
Way back then in 1970, I was listening to music at the first Glastonbury festival. Some of the artists were Marc Bolan, Ian Anderson, Keith Christmas, Quintessence, Amazing Blondel and Sam Apple Pie. I was a big fan of Quintessence … Continued
On this day, back in 1964, the Animals were at number one with “House of the Rising Sun.” Great song and great band!
I see that Whole Lotta Love by Led Zeppelin has been voted best guitar riff of all time. I cannot argue with that choice. I was lucky enough to see them perform before this song was released on record. Superb show.
Back in 1979 on this day, the Knack were number one with this song. We represent this song obo Music Sales. A couple of years after 1979, the Knack opened up for Joe Jackson at a show in Holland. They used a stage flooring of black and white squares. None of us knew why as the Knack were the only people who could see the stage covering. Stage Oddities..
We have very good news. The Brazilian performance collection society (ECAD) has reduced their commission rate by 1.5%.