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Song publishing is the one constant in the carousel of recorded music now spanning the past century, and has been the way that song-credits and publishing revenue have caused ructions and recriminations, and inspired writers by making them poor and lawyers rich.
Whether it be Procul Harum going to court to decide who really wrote 'Whiter Shade of Pale' or the Moody Blues wanting their fair share of 'Nights of White Satin', when the song-credits get divvied up, a parting of the ways citing 'musical differences' is almost inevitable.
So here are some choice examples of poplore held up to the light, some familiar to music fans, others not, designed to prove that Dylan knew of what he wrote when he suggested, 'Money doesn't talk, it swears'.
Between them, they provide the unvarnished story of popular song from the days jukeboxes and radio replaced wax cylinders and piano rolls to the era of digital downloads, legal and illegal...
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A terrific guide to the evolution of the popular song (Spectator)
[A] meticulous study of music publishing, plagiarism and song ownership (Victoria Segal Sunday Times)
Fascinating stuff, intensively researched and utterly intriguing (Fred Dellar Mojo)
Fabulously well-researched ... it's a story well told, in eye-popping detail (Independent)
A cross between Hollywood Babylon and The Hitmen, It's One For The Money rips the lid off Pop's own Pandora box and explicates just what it is that makes the world of sound go round - song publishing.
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Book Description Constable. Condition: new. Seller Inventory # think1472111907
Book Description Constable Robinson, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Brand New!. Seller Inventory # VIB1472111907