What They'll Never Tell You About the Music Business, Revised and Updated Editio: The Myths, the Secrets, the Lies (And a Few Truths)

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Bad news: The music business is packed with hidden agendas. Good news: There’s one indispensable guide that helps songwriters, musicians, executives, lawyers, and managers understand the music business and travel its shark-infested waters safely and confidently. What They’ll Never Tell You About the Music Business sold more than 20,000 copies in its first edition. This new, fully revised edition presents even more priceless insider information, updated for today’s music scene, plus clear explanations and advice on the new transparency in agreements, the impact of agent-artist agreements, new webcasting opportunities, changes in copyright law, royalty limits, and all the other developments in law and technology, plus advice for songwriters, A&R people, and artists, and much, much more. Packed with real-world ideas and tips, What They’ll Never Tell You About the Music Business, Revised and Updated is the must-have guide for creative types and business types—everyone who works in the music industry.

“Intelligent and accessible.”

—David Geffen


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InternetSpecific Offerings
12
Payment on Less Than 100 of Records Sold
26
Lost or Misplaced Royalties
39
Personal Management The Whys Wherefores and Watch Outs
49
Keep My Music AvailableAt All Costs
55
Paying Your Manager
62
Breach of Contract in ArtistManager Agreements
72
Should You Do Business As or Form a Partnership?
78
Music Publishing The Odyssey of the Song
190
Mechanical Royalty Rates Outside of the United States
197
Foreign Taxes
203
Cowriters Who Are Band Members
209
Why Bother Doing It Yourself?
218
Internet Entrepreneurship Doing It Yourself
224
Instantaneous Dissemination of Live Performances
230
Which Category
236

Resisting the Keep Em Poor Philosophy
84
When Your Job Is More than a
93
Termination
99
Release and Settlement
105
Mail
111
Record Producers Are They as Sharp as Their Points?
113
The Producer as Author of the Sound Recording
122
The Record Contract
128
Television Campaigns
134
The Beginning of the End?
140
Merchandising Your Band Your Brand
160
Retail Merchandising
169
Coupling
175
The Flow of Money
181
A Contract Issue
188
Urban Music The Beat Goes
242
Business Management and the Management of Business
248
Spirituality
257
Special Considerations
265
Termination of Grants of Copyrights For Every End a Beginning
273
Compliance With Copyright Laws Hints for the Corporate Counsel
279
Rights Management
285
Evaluating Data
293
Copyright Issues A Sampler
300
The Impact of the Internet on Recording and Publishing Agreements
306
The Fairness in Music Licensing Act
312
The Clearance Nightmare
321
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Peter M. Thall, a veteran of more than 30 years of law practice, is a member of the International Association of Entertainment Lawyers and the Copyright Society of the United States. He is also a member of the prestigious New York Festival of Song, special counsel to the London Philharmonia’s Millennium Creation series, and was associate producer of the acclaimed PBS special The Papal Concert to Commemorate the Holocaust. He lives in New York City.


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