Inside the Music Business

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Index
Page numbers appearing in italics refer to addresses and brief descriptions in the appendices.
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A&M, see PolyGram International
A&R (artist and repertoire)
and the artist 162-4
assessing tapes 64-5
attributes for an A&R person 63-4
clubs, as source of information for 122
indies as A&R departments 70
the jobs 63-70, 70-1
in majors 26-7
and marketing 70
networking 63-4, 65, 67
overview of job 14
planning recording careers 69
ploys of 163-4
in pre- and early magnetic tape days 73
and publicity 70
recording contracts 68-9
and release 70
routes into 71
signing new acts 67-8
talent spotting 64-6
Accountants 61
Advances on royalties 165-6
Advertising, see Publicity
Agents, see Booking agents
Agents’ Association of Great Britain 161
Airplay, see Disc jockeys;
Radio
Albums
and the charts 89-90
compilation albums 29-30
recorded before singles 6
releases linked to concert tours 9
Allegro, see Warner UK
American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) 49, 175, 211
Analogue tapes 22
Anxious, see Warner UK 229
APC (Association of Professional Composers) 212
Applause129, 218
APRS (Association of Professional Recording Services Ltd) 213
Arista, see BMG
Arrangers 181
Art directors, in video production
companies 97
Artist and repertoire, see A&R
Artists
and A&R 162-4
affected by all others in the business 158
aiming high 159
bands, starting out in 159-60
and booking agents 161
drummers, demand for 159
falsifications, checking for 61-2
forethought on contracts 162
the future 166
getting noticed 160-1
the image 84-6
lawyers, choosing 59
as leaders 166
lead singers, demand for 159
and major record companies 30
and managers 34-5, 58, 59-60, 162
organizations 212-13
overview of jobs 14
payments to managers/agents 40-1
producers, relationship with 73-4
and publishers 165
as publishers 46
riders on contracts 134
self-criticism 164
self-management 35-6
solo artists 160
as songwriters 5, 45-6, 165, 169

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Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements xii
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Getting Inside the Music Business 12
  • 3 - The Record Company 19
  • 4 - Artist Management 32
  • 5 - The Publisher 44
  • 6 - The Negotiators 56
  • 7 - The A&R Person 63
  • 8 - The Producer 72
  • 9 - Marketing a Release 82
  • 10 - Video 91
  • 11 - Press and Public Relations 103
  • 12 - Music and the Media 117
  • 13 - The Concert Promoter 132
  • 14 - The Merchandisers 141
  • 15 - The Fan Club 149
  • 16 - The Artist 158
  • 17 - The Songwriter 167
  • 18 - The Session Player 176
  • 19 - On the Road 186
  • 20 - The Star 196
  • 21 - The Summing Up 205
  • Appendix A 210
  • Appendix B 222
  • Index 229
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