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  • 10 years in the music business anniversary party.
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  • #[[Wikipedia:There's No Business Like Show Business|There's No Bisness Like]] [[Wikipedia:Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head|Fal
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  • ...er that was founded in 1889. It is considered a "newspaper of record" on business/financial subjects, not so much on political or scientific issues.
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  • A Master of Business Administration is a graduate degree that focuses on business administration (obviously), investment management, psychology and healthcar ...cellence. Quality's expensive. I think most of these people that come from business schools have the desire to make sure everything is cheesy. That's what happ
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  • *"[[Too Ugly For Show Business]]" on ''[[Frank Zappa: Guitar]]''.
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  • ...o The Magnificent]] - Includes quotes from ''There's No Business Like Show Business'' & ''I Can't Give You Anything But Love''.
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  • ...a neighbor's house, and then learned the guitar. Waits got into the music business at an early age; [[Herb Cohen]] signed him to Asylum records in 1971 ('disc '''Is there anyone who comes to mind whom you respect in the music business? Tom Waits, for instance?'''
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  • ...h. He was best known for his record breaking mass weddings. Moon often did business with televangelist [[Jerry Falwell]] and financed several Republican Presid
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  • ...he talk is about how he first discovered music, the economics of the music business, shooting ''[[200 Motels (The Film)|200 Motels]]'' (and getting paid from t
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  • '''I'm In The Music Business''' is a song by [[Jeff Simmons]] from his album ''[[Lucille Has Messed My M
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  • ...rents Music Resource Center|PMRC]]'s demands and gave them this stickering business. They shouldn't be sitting and judge on their wives' ah business.
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  • ...bill 2911: To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to modify the active business definition under section 355. This is identical to the [[wikipedia:Senate|
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  • ...to offer financial stability. He briefly worked in his father's insurance business in Pittsburgh, but returned to California, where he eventually gave up musi
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  • '''Turin''' (Italian: Torino) Turin is a major industrial city as well as a business and cultural centre in northern Italy, capital of the Piedmont region, loca
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  • ...bby</b>: Listen, kid, this is show business. Alright? You wanna be in show business, you gotta give it your all; you gotta go all the way, OK? Liza goes all th
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  • ...o know Randy's father and he was the first adult we'd ever met who owned a business. We were impressed." - [[Frankie & Bobby, Growing Up Zappa]]
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  • ...eefheart) Van Vliet when I was in high school than after he got into 'show business.' He dropped out during his senior year, because his Dad, who was a Helms B
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  • ...eefheart) Van Vliet when I was in high school than after he got into 'show business.' He dropped out during his senior year, because his Dad, who was a Helms B
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  • ...she was not really interested in pursuing a career in the commercial music business she would continue to perform locally in non-commercial events such as with
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  • ...), stated that the loan was for real estate when it was actually used as a business loan. Rebozo repaid the loan with interest, and the bank did not file a com
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  • ...around to see who owns them. You see a lot of those companies went out of business and others are just very obscure. There's one called 'The Drunkard' by The
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  • ...rt and touring manager. He organized ca. 6.000 concerts in his 50 years of business life.
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  • The sixteen musicians making up the team are all professionals, show business people and key actors in the musical education institutes of the Haute Savo
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  • At every business on the coast <br /> At every business on the coast <br />
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  • To listen to the entire output of the United States record business per year. It's the Fleet Enema Corporation and you need to have some other kind of business there to boost the local G&P.
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  • - '''Jerry Hopkins''': '''Are there any groups in the business you feel have any legitimacy?'''
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  • ...ppa's first manager in 1966, before he gave the job to a more professional business person: [[Herb Cohen]]. ...we had acquired a manager of such sensitivity, our future success in show business would be assured.''</p>
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  • #[[I'm In The Music Business]] (Simmons) (4:05) *Master of Bizarre & Straight Business [[Herb Cohen]].
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  • ...ng Pumpkin Records]]' hotline and ran [[Barfko-Swill]], Zappa's mail-order business. He appears in the 1987 VHS release of ''[[Baby Snakes (The Film)|Baby Sna
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  • ...rt of way, escorted my ass out the door. I knew I was going to love show business if I ever got into it."''
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  • '''[[Biography|Frank Zappa]]''':Alright. Now. Let's get down to business here. The live show is off the air and the real show keeps going. Oh, under
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  • ...try not to block the show for you. And other than that, let's get down to business. I'll introduce you to everybody. This is [[Ray White]] on guitar and vocal
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  • ...T IN THE PLACE WHERE THE GUY WITH THE HORNS AND POINTED STICK CONDUCTS HIS BUSINESS.<br>
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  • ...ornia's got the most of them (...) swear to God they got the most/of every business on the coast."''
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  • # The Heavy Business Record
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  • ...an as an independent record company, it became a major player in the music business in the 1960s, with mainstream pop signings like Sonny and Cher. Competing r
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  • ...y knows how to do it. They don't even know the words. It's hard to discuss business with them because they don't even have the words in their vocabulary, like
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  • '''You are, as I said before, a, a businessman. If I was looking to do business with the Soviet Union, I'll admit Frank Zappa is not the first guy I'd thin ...e certain things, and there are people in the United States who want to do business in the Soviet Union, and they've asked me could I help them out, introduce
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  • - '''Jerry Hopkins''': '''Are there any groups in the business you feel have any legitimacy?'''
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  • ...ard the one after that, 'Like a Rolling Stone', I wanted to quit the music business, because I felt: 'If this wins and it does what it's supposed to do, I don'
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  • ...nearly two decade-long hiatus from the music business, he said: "The music business treated me fairly poorly, and after Frank died, it's just been one unapprec
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  • ...company. Gail: ''"That was really the primary reason for getting into the business – for setting up Barfko-Swill – in those days was to be independent. "T
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  • ...pa encouraged [[Gail Zappa|his wife]] to have nothing to do with the music business after his death. But with such a large body of work to oversee she establis
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  • ...air - "two of several things finally showing the youth market really means business" - three major studios have made offers to back the flick. Zappa also said
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  • .... And so, we'd like to dedicate this song to Mo and all of the rest of his business dinners for the rest of the year, may they all be accompanied by black napk
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  • ...ke you seriously after this . . . how can they take you seriously? In this business you either gotta play the blues or sing with a high voice."
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  • .... . Okay, sure. Alright. This is the last one and now we gets— get down to business . . . What? Yep . . . Okay, thank you. Alright. Happy birthday!
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  • ...ded one last album, for RCA Records, with no luck, and then left the music business until 1986, when an attempted comeback under his real name proved unsuccess
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  • ...e, you know, I've heard of some really perverted things in the rock & roll business but his true story is about the worst that I've heard. And this song that w
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  • <br>I was walking along, minding my business <br>I was walking along, minding my business
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  • - '''Jerry Hopkins''': '"Are there any groups in the business you feel have any legitimacy?"'
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  • ...others. As the '80s rolled around, though, Garrett finally left the music business for good, retiring to an Arizona ranch. He also worked with Peggy Lee, Eddi
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  • ...ther businessman, he's worked at cutting his overhead and he looks for new business opportunities where he can find them, some as distant as the Soviet Union. Since 1985, she has run the business end of things. "He's the artist and puts the product together. I handle all
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  • ...I played records by [[Lou Reed]] and [[Biography|Frank Zappa]] to give my business its own style, as a politician I followed the same known path."'' <ref>http
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  • <br>(Where everybody thinks they're Heavy Business . . .
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  • ...ng we apply to ourselves – but an impression fostered by a group of greedy business willing to equate non-conformity with some [[wikipedia:LSD|LSD]] jargon and "We were carefully hatched in the best tradition of American business," he said, "programmed to do a specific job and we have been quite successf
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  • ...I'm sure 90% of teenage America would agree, since the whole trend in the business has been "faster is better."'' - Frank Zappa, ''[[One Size Fits All Intervi
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  • ...hope it will expand the Zappa legacy among his fans and establish a unique business model suited to such a unique artist. "As a business model it makes great sense for a label or people doing it," Howard says. "I
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  • Frank Zappa, leader of The Mothers of Invention rock group, doubles as a business consultant – 1968 style.<br> ...e. He said, "I'm sorry, Frank. Maybe I should have. When I started in this business, everybody wanted clear sounds, beautiful tones, small amplifiers that they
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  • Surrounded by The Business, eating through all the courses of a 'luncheon', gradually accumulating mor ...Clinic' he and the Captain were supposed to entertain the ranks of press, business and so on, who poured, apparently without a break, into the interview area.
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  • ...ent disciplines – theatre, writing, design, architecture, music, the whole business. They produced a whole range of stuff and it was a major cultural influence
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  • <br>(Where everybody thinks they're Heavy Business . . .
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  • '''How has the business of music changed over the years?<br> Wait a minute, what's cynical about telling the truth? You ask me about the business, and you're working on the radio, and there's no way for you to avoid the f
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  • ...who might be planning to use the word "Freak Out" in conjunction with some business: Naughty, naughty! We'll sue you to death!<br>
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  • ...e. I think that out of all the people they had to choose from in the music business, I'm the one most likely to give them a hard time. That seems to be evident ...ursuing for a long time now. Does it agitate you that so many in the music business have kept quiet while Frank Zappa stands up and speaks his mind?<br>
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  • You are a movie business guy <br />
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  • ...ine article, you said that you were quitting music and you were going into business. In 1972, you said 'It's inevitable I will extend my ideas into other field ...s is fairly frustrating after about twenty-five years in the rock and roll business. There are other things in life that a person can do with the use of imagin
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  • ...that he injected into the marketplace and it consistently performs. From a business standpoint it was a good move. Frank has rarely come up with an idea that w ...ssibilities, Frank Zappa feels it has a narrow reputation. "The home video business has basically been converted into the place where you dump films that didn'
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  • ...e future. I have to think progressively. If you're not open-minded in this business, nothing's gonna happen to you, OK? ...And the art world is much bigger than you or me kid. It's bigger than show business. It's the NEA. It's MOCA. It goes up and up and up. It's a huge, upside-dow
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  • ...to not be nice. He started out, he once said, in the belief that the music business was "[[Dada]]." But later on, he concluded, "the music business is people who make endorsements for liquids with bubbles in them."
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  • Bringing business to Eastern Europe<br> ...tache, and signature chin duster are moving from black to gray. And a blue business suit has replaced the black T-shirt. But it is unmistakably [[Biography|Fra
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  • ...things are coming from. Because as far as my material goes it's a very big business.<br>
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  • ...re-routed a trip through Europe to visit Havel and pressure him into doing business with the United States instead of Zappa.
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  • '''Q: Some people are saying the way it's going in the record business, that in five years we'll have CBS and Warner-Elektra-Atlantic and EMI, and ...ilm business or into the record business or he gets somewhere next to show business, right? So he starts off, and he's in the accounting department. He's keepi
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  • And hope the business don't collapse<br>
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  • ''"Frank Zappa was pretty good at business. And Frank Zappa didn’t do drugs either. Drugs really get in the way of p
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  • ...air - "two of several things finally showing the youth market really means business" - three major studios have made offers to back the flick. Zappa also said ...ral Boogie, The Merely Entertaining Mothers Of Invention Record, The Heavy Business Record, Soup And Old Clothes, Hotel Dixie, The Orange County Lumber Truck,
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  • ...ecause it requires a left-handed piano"? -- those guys -- they're still in business). I created the arrangement on the [[Synclavier]], and, using another of th
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  • ...the whole bit. Watch Mutt eat, and Leon feed the geese. One thousand green business cards, with your name and the wrong address. Plus six royalty statements, i
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  • '''FZ:''' It's a stupid business. Y'know, rock 'n' roll is all make believe, it's all fake.<br>
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  • The answer is, obviously, NO. In all of this, the main concern has been the business agenda of the major labels versus the egos and sexual neuroses of these vig A record company has the right to conduct its business and to make a profit, but not at the expense of the people who make the pro
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  • ...sions must be made before a record is playable on the air. I am not in the business to compete with the makers of '[[Wikipedia:Hanky Panky (Tommy James and the "Usually they hate music. They love business and just want to make money. Whenever I have to deal with this kind of peop
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  • ...working in the car wash. Now that they have gotten their big break in show business each one of the main guys in the group voted at the band meeting to keep th
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  • # '''There'S No Business...'''
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  • ...he wrote is really not about music. It's about people in the serious music business trying to cover their ass because they couldn't tell the difference between ...ations because there is no government in the United States – there is only business. And the entertainment media, including radio, is tied to politics – but
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  • ...he power of Frank Zappa, the Image, and he quite successfully combines the business and image facets of himself.''' Frank is certainly the busiest man I ever met in this, or any other business. I cannot honestly say that I either like or dislike him, but with Zappa th
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  • ...right now? Was it just a title tag – a hook to apply to one section of the business? One man who does understand the "underground" is Frank Zappa ... and he's
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  • ...y’d been out being spectacular celebrities having a wonderful time in show business all over town and paying very little attention to minding the store. “After we did the session, I started talking with Eric. ‘Show business is wonderful.’ ‘Yes sir, Frank.’ ‘Yes, it is, Eric.’
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  • ...group and make sure all of their stuff is working. Then we'll take care of business. Down here on the end is [[The Fowler Brothers|Bruce Fowler]] on trombone .
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  • ...t a lot of people who are very poorly suited to earn a living in the music business and that's doing a disservice to the students in not schooling them. I thin ...ng chops. Part of your chops should be some survival tactics for the music business and they just don't give you that. They don't give you any concept of how t
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  • <br>Bruce Bickford: No . . . we're, we're just, we're in the entertainment business, you know.
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  • ...ns to the sink and answers his questions ... After that prologue, the real business begins)
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  • It's always been a business issue, it- the whole thing has been covered with the ah i[t]- it's been inj
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  • ...people appreciated absurdity as much as a guy who named his entrepenurial business [[Intercontinental Absurdities]]. Besides, as he said on the Mothers "Live
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  • ...ed not to pursue a career in music. After college he entered the insurance business in New York City and over the next three decades he would rise nearly to th
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  • ...of Barfko-Swill. "That was really the primary reason for getting into the business – for setting up Barfko-Swill – in those days was to be independent," G ...ery charming surroundings, which I think that people who work hard in this business deserve," says Gail, "because usually they get the sleaziest, most horrible
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  • If there are dark forces hovering in the vicinity of the music business, they are mercantile forces. We meet the darkness when we meet the orchestr ...s: the A&R guy who spots a group or screens the tape when it comes in; the business affairs guy who writes the contract; the radio station programmers who choo
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  • Reflecting on his 25-year career, Zappa notes that he entered the music business "when technology was just being created." His earliest recordings were on 4 "This is what I've been waiting for since the day I got into the record business," he says, referring now to his CD re-releases. "The chance to present what
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  • ...ecause it requires a left-handed piano"? -- those guys -- they're still in business). I created the arrangement on the [[Synclavier]], and, using another of th
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  • He left the business around the time CDs took over.
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  • (which is the way he talks whenever it's heavy business)<br>
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  • ...red with his job so he borrowed $1000 and, knowing nothing about the music business, set up the [[Pal Studio|Pal recording studio]] in [[Cucamonga]]. He worke ..." (1989) as an "amazing gentleman" (see the chapter "''Let's Get Into Show Business''").
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  • ...ard the one after that, 'Like a Rolling Stone', I wanted to quit the music business, because I felt: 'If this wins and it does what it's supposed to do, I don'
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  • ...thers sucks, but besides Warner Brothers there are other things about this business that really suck. One of 'em is the way in which the subject of LOVE is dea
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  • ...as new to me. I had worked with Ryko once before, I have been in the music business for twenty years. (She was involved in the Church solo albums released thro ...s all these years, to have a nice life, and not have to deal with all this business, and so knowing he was going to sell the catalogue he went for a review pro
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  • ...hat don't understand the "B-side," that's show-biz talk. I've been in show business for . . . oh, what time is it?
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  • ...ten. Before we go on to the next song I've got a really important piece of business I gotta take care of now. There's this guy that works for us—he sells the
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  • ...The Film)|200 Motels]]</ref>. Zappa played Simmons' ''"[[I'm In The Music Business]]"'' during the ''[[Star Special]]'' radio show.
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  • ...side of his activities – marketing, contracts, royalties; the side of the business which most artists deliberately ignored, probably because of the ulcer risk ...much in the way of American acts. That was the general trend of the music business – nice attractive young lads playing attractive, pleasant, listenable sem
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  • ...job. "Who knows how long Frank Zappa or anyone else is going to be in the business? Being a roadie with a group is like being in the band. If your personality ...'m glad it's Friday' parties and found I enjoyed that more than the family business." Perellis figures he'd be back in Baltimore pushing pantyhose if he hadn't
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  • ...arted by pressure by the U.S. government and multinationals to ''either do business with us or with Frank Zappa''. ...al zippers on his body. You should fight that. People who are in the music business, when they do interviews, instead of plugging their next album or whatever,
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  • ...ied to tie me up and ruin my business ... and continued to try and ruin my business by releasing those albums after I'd already signed with CBS and also by pac ...s no reason to dwell on it. I've put out 26 or 27 albums, I've been in the business for 15 years and I'm doing new stuff all the time but people in Europe don'
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  • ...d give to anybody who wanted to try and do something original in the music business or even fight against the mediocrity that is poured into your body every da ...tralizes the power in the hands of maybe five guys who are in the playlist business, and they control what goes on the air to a certain degree. Of course, the
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  • ...t speaks out on polyrhythms, great players, and the sad state of the music business. ...shift in such a significant part of the population, is quitting the music business. Quitting. Getting out. Leaving. And I feel like I'm part of the problem ..
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  • ...tting in this coffee shop discussing what we were going to do to the music business, and it's the line about 'Monza' because we were discussing the problems of
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  • ...n elected official and rushed to a Senate hearing while important national business waits in the wings? Is it fair that people not fortunate enough to be marri ...to intitutionalize the neurotic misconception that keeps pornographers in business.
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  • ...a lawyer in New York City is . . . I'd like to tell . . . the rock & roll business. My first experience with rock & roll. You know, I . . .
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  • ...ed she returned to using her own name and seemingly retired from the music business to raise her family.
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  • ...efforts to free himself from the economic hazards and larceny of the music business nearly undermined his sanity in the 1960s (some of the liner notes for "The
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  • <br>("Cause he can really take care of business!")
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  • '''What advice would you give young people who wish to go into show business?<br> ...e, starting first with the purchase of La Cienaga Boulevard (note: a large business street in the centre of LA) including policemen, because Disneyland is too
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  • ...ery difficult for me to travel at the moment and you can't do that kind of business sitting at home. I just had to let it go."<br>
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  • ...working in the car wash. Now that they have gotten their big break in show business each one of the main guys in the group voted at the band meeting to keep th
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  • '''Is there anyone who comes to mind whom you respect in the music business? [[Tom Waits]], for instance?<br> ...he's an idol or anything. I don't usually think about people in the music business.
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  • ...is almost unthinkable. What it comes down to is politics – internal music business politics. ...– to judge from what I've read or heard in conversation with people in the business about the way some of these groups have been put together -have nothing to
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  • '''Genesis:''' How long have you been in the music business?<br> ...urdist viewpoint extend from music in other aspects of your lifestyle – in business, for instance?<br>
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  • ...es who had voting power or who had something to do with the money transfer business would see things in a certain way. ...products. At the point that that was discovered one of the great truths of business lit up over the heads of all those people in the places where they work on
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  • ...and the Czech government, Frank was a force for reason and honesty in the business deficient in those areas. As we reward some with money for the amusement th ...American political landscape Frank was a force for reason and honesty in a business deficient in these areas," Reed said.</blockquote>
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  • #Frank's Business Perspective
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  • ...ndustry, it's SO exciting. You know, when I first got into the rock & roll business I could barely even play the changes to this song on my, on my guitar. But
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  • ...to get control of his master recordings, a qualified observer of the music business (having been in it for over 25 years) and a respected and active advocate f The difference in the business today is, you have a bunch of people in the lower age brackets who are conv
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  • ...erything was fine. The evening before the dance, while walking through the business district at about six o'clock, I was arrested for vagrancy. I was kept over
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  • ...uced her to Zappa in 1966. Gail and Frank married in 1967. She ran Zappa's business procedures, especially after he passed away. One of her occupations were Za
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  • Poppy Press, New York (now out of business) ...of dollars for a T-shirt, imprinted with some kind of image, that's their business. If that makes them happy, let them wear the T-shirt.
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  • ...s when I'm home. There is no time for anything else except for running the business.
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  • ...e I'm peaking!'. When I told Frank that, Frank said 'Ooo, I've been in the business 15 minutes and I'm peaking!', which is, of course, where all that 'I'm Peak
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  • ...ess. Even "classical music" deals with sales figures. No part of the music business deals with the aesthetics of music. ...chedule for interviews and all the rest of the bullshit that goes with the business and then suddenly she had the same thing, too. I don't drive, she didn't dr
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  • ''Music's most articulate gadfly speaks about doing business with the Soviets, social change, running for president I and the vastness o ...y knows how to do it. They don't even know the words. It's hard to discuss business with them because they don't even have the words in their vocabulary, like
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  • ...waiting to be plugged into each other in order to put an end to the record business as we now know it.</p>
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  • <br>Ian: Take care of business there.
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  • ...erate just like any other small business. The capital comes in to keep the business running so that people can consume it. I mean, I don't stick the money up m ...t program. Then you have the economic constraints placed on the orchestral business in the United States by the concertgoers themselves. Concertgoers will only
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  • ...for the first three minutes, plus tax. He told me about some of his latest business ventures, how glad he was to be back in [[California]], and how bizarre his In the meantime, back in California, things were getting better all the time. Business concerns in Los Angeles were remarketing and reorienting their sales pitch
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  • ...w, the publishing business for school text books is a multi-Billion Dollar business. And the way the text books are provided to each … erm … state, is …
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  • '''Stern:''' Yeah, Frank was a wealthy man, and, you and him ran a business together, right? '''Mrs. Zappa:''' Yes, we did. And the business is thriving, of course. And it has for several years ...
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  • ...al encounter between the band and some groupies (who will only get down to business with them if the band sings them their latest hit single - "With a bullet!"
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  • ...record mogul [[Biography|Frank Zappa]] considers the relationships between business, technology, and the evil forces of repression. Bill Formann interrogates. ...ut that kind of stuff. I don't enjoy doing it. It's not much fun to do the business side of it. But if you don't keep an eye on it; then you just have to live
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  • ''We're incredibly happy! Even though I'm gay for business purposes, my relationship with ARTIFICIAL RHONDA has blossomed into somethi
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  • *[[Too Ugly For Show Business]] (guitar solo, on ''[[Frank Zappa: Guitar]]'')
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  • ...lly did for their paycheck in Congress each day. Votes on House and Senate business will be treated like sports scores.
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  • ...ffort, in collaboration with monologist Eric Bogosian, is a satire on show business entitled '''Blood On The Canvas'''. It can be described as a musical comedy
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  • ...nce was the hippest, meanest audience that I think was of all time in show business. And Herbie also at that time had the hippest waitresses. They were mean as
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  • ...then guest-hosted FNN's "Focus" program, and his views on Soviet-American business opportunity led the broadcaster to send him as a liaison with budding Sovie '''Does your interest in Eastern Europe have anything to do with musical or business projects?<br>
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  • ...tes in almost strategic sympathy with the needs of his brisk little family business. In the weeks prior to organizing and releasing 14 hours and 53 minutes of ...f I had to play exactly what I did on any record, I'd have been out of the business a long time ago.
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  • ...chedule for interviews and all the rest of the bullshit that goes with the business and then suddenly she had the same thing, too. I don't drive, she didn't dr
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  • ...view of what's really going on. But unfortunately, that's not the way show business works. ...is band were all generated from real-life events. The best example is that business about the girl who can't come unless the guy sings his hit single. That hap
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  • ...record label these days, catering to his hard-core audience. He also does business commentaries for the Financial News Network and has audiences with the pres ...is judging a surf contest. And totally produced – sound effects, the whole business, okay? The unfortunate part of the record was the punchline: the winner of
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  • :<blockquote> '''Jerry Hopkins''': '''Are there any groups in the business you feel have any legitimacy?''
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  • ...them I'm in the record business because if you say something with a word "business" they can understand it. ...ts a week, two shows a night between Easter vacation and Labor Day and our business ranged anywhere from lines doubled around the block to three people in the
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  • ...to a special prison where they keep all the other criminals from the music business; you know, the ones who get caught. It's a horrible place, painted all gree
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  • ...ss]]" - [[Jeff Simmons]] ([https://music.apple.com/album/im-in-the-music-business/281152344?i=281152420 A] [https://open.spotify.com/track/2YV9NxuVGnzgkdjCXQ That was Jeff Simmons with "I'm In The Music Business" and this is Frank Zappa being a fraudulent disc jockey on BBC 1. And the n
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  • Gaining a degree in 1999 Volman teaches Music Business & Industry courses in the Communications and Fine Arts department at Loyola
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  • ...enage nonsense with oversimplified lyrics, ooh-wah, falsetto, and mumbling business."
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  • ...artner over here. So every time there's some article about that part of my business, I get faxes and letters from all over the place. ...et along fine. There's no household stress here and my wife helps with the business. And beside that, nobody around here uses any drugs; nobody's an alcoholic.
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  • The PMRC started contacting companies in the music business and wrote to the Record Industry Association of America (RIAA) who were res
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  • ...precious babies’ were almost stolen. This led you to contact Frank Zappa's business manager, [[Herb Cohen]], and he suggested you keep the casts in a vault he
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  • ...I was in a club in England called the Speakeasy, which used to be a music business hangout in the 60s. I'm sitting there and this guy from [[Wikipedia:The Flo
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  • ...able to squeeze in two days of rehearsal), and described the whole Vienna business in glowing terrns. I told him that it would be nice to have the music perfo
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  • ...oo ef dey can git it. So les' get y'all in positium heah, 'n get dis silly business over wit! Y'all's takin' too goddam long to grow up in Ermerica!<br>
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  • ...at all levels of society. In a way, the real business of government is the business of controlling the labor force. ...ds are heaped on people who conform to that stereotype. Take the pop music business, for example. Look at the stereotypes held up by the media as examples of g
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  • ...nto t-shirt, so stay tuned. Frank, you've got another one here by a former business associate of yours, I believe. ...electronic genius named [[Paul Buff]], and those of you in the electronic business know Mr. Buff. He's made some very interesting devices, but nothing quite a
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  • ...every so often he sends me lyrics. This was his idea about the porno movie business. He sent me a couple of verses based on that and I took it from there. I've '''What has been your concept of survival in the music business outside [[Biography|Zappa]]? Have you made a living out of your own project
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  • ...THE WHOLE BIT, WATCH MUTT EAT AND LEON FEED THE GEESE, ONE THOUSAND GREEN BUSINESS CARDS WITH YOUR NAME AND THE WRONG ADDRESS PLUS ROYALTY STATEMENTS, INSPECT
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  • ...need to spend a lot of time at home with a typewriter and also doing some business type things in order to make that happen. And as it's been, all the work I' ...lshit and when they get into office they don't do anything. It's still the business men and the military and all the rest of these assholes that run the countr
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  • [[Biography|Frank Zappa]]'s entrance into the music business was not accompanied by the same celestial beacon of inspiration as when [[S ...e's gone," Zappa remembers. "I think they could use a guy like that in the business now because he was a real risk-taker. And he put his ass on the line in ord
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  • ...people. Zappa doesn't drink or do drugs. He proves that you can be in show business and have it all together.''
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  • ...re a result of their own hidden sexual frustrations. Dirty old men have no business running your country."</blockquote><div align="right">— Frank Zappa.</div
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  • ...and be just another redundant guitar player plying his trade in the music business, I thought I'd better come up with something new. ...ist among songwriters, although they have to face the reality of the music business.<br>
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  • ...al American thing to do. If you have a small business, you reinvest in the business.
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  • ...tering along behind as we two women pushed our trolleys and minded our own business. He was fetchingly clad in a violent turquoise coloured cat-suit which was
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  • The "Hardest Working Man In Show Business"? Ask [[James Brown]] or [[Bruce Springsteen]] what they've done in the pas No, I get pissed off at a lot of aspects of the business, but the idea of stopping writing or playing music has never occurred to me
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  • '''Could you explain this business of moving to "[[Montana]]" that you sing about in '[[Over-Nite Sensation|Ov
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  • DZ: She's like the main business person of the house. She's the one who takes care of everything. Frank gets ...further outside of basic pop music. I think it does become a problem with business aspects; people are very unwilling to give me an opportunity to do anything
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  • ==Politics, Religion and Business==
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  • ...ent place. Today, if you want to travel around and be in the rock 'n' roll business, travelling with large amounts of equipment, playing large halls and using
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  • ...around to see who owns them. You see a lot of those companies went out of business and others are just very obscure. There's one called 'The Drunkard' by [[Th ...tting in this coffee shop discussing what we were going to do to the music business, and it's the line about 'Monza' because we were discussing the problems of
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  • ...us, for me. He was the one who said, "Here's a band that everybody in the business is laughing at - I like 'em." He was the perfect voice of cynicism, making
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  • ...I'm going around to Frank's 'cause he wants to see me and ask me about the business." Johnny had mentioned that Frank wanted to take him on tour." [[wikipedi
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  • ...ny executives who regard him as one of the most cunning capitalists in the business. There are musicians who consider him a fine composer – composers who rat
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  • ...t mediums, and the people who work in them have the right to conduct their business without trade-restraining legislation, whipped up like an instant pudding b ...sband of a PMRC nonmember/founder/person sits on any committee considering business pertaining to the Blank Tape Tax or his wife's lobbying organization? Can a
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  • ...next eating little pieces of cheese and then going back and writing snide business on his typewriter. A nation of people who's tastes have been manufactured b ...what I play. He is really astute and he can subdivide a bar like nobody's business and still come out on the beat. He's really good. This is Vince Colaiuta. A
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  • ...re a result of their own hidden sexual frustrations. Dirty old men have no business running your country.<br>
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  • ...ther things I can do to make more money than this. This is a high overhead business. I happen to like what I'm doing so, to me success is if you get close to 1 ...ght. So they figured you know, this stuff will never sell, he'll be out of business in 15 minutes – let him do it. But my arrangement is unique, not only in
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  • ...ago, New York, wherever," says Pinske. "Well, Agfa started bidding for the business, and we started using Agfa 468. We switched in the middle of the tour, and ...ed on the radio - that he couldn't get that kind of volume - he set up his business accordingly. The bulk of his money still came from live performances - he g
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  • ...bums and doing all the mechanical stuff to stay in that part of the record business, I still manage 30 hours a week on the Synclavier."
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  • ...et 20 years later, Zappa is now doing just that with a thriving mail order business for his own (self-financed) [[Barking Pumpkin Records]]. "The business of touring has degenerated to the point where the audience expects you to g
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  • ...al with the Capitol Record Club. It all settled down to a regular American business deal: Buy it from Capitol and put it out on MGM. By now I was really pissed ...me to substitute. I thought it was a spiffy little group and I proposed a business deal whereby we'd form a group and make some money, maybe even a little mus
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  • ...he same time constitutes a political and social critique. He saw the music business as concerned with the manipulation of music and its consumers and dedicated
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  • ...all the shows so I can play them in Los Angeles when I get back. Radio's a business, like everything else. It does stupid things that it has to do in order to ...ay, submerge yourself to become part of some larger stupidity, that's your business. But I think you'd probably have more fun if you stay true to yourself."
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  • ...from the U.S. national interest point of view it's probably easier for our business guys to deal with one corrupt monarch or another then to deal with some unr
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  • ...t mediums, and the people who work in them have the right to conduct their business without trade-restraining legislation, whipped up like an instant pudding b ...sband of a PMRC nonmember/founder/person sits on any committee considering business pertaining to the Blank Tape Tax or his wife's lobbying organization? Can a
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  • ...ttle song in Deutsch, because that is the way he talks whenever it's heavy business, take it away, God . . .
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  • ...as taken off featuring in the charts for four months. After decades in the business Otis finds himself an overnight success. Despite the song crossing over fro
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  • ...managements, doing business with ... ah ... ahm ... foundations, and doing business with ... ah ... the unions and other abstractions on the periphery of the s '''FZ:''' Well, then there's always the Jingle business ...<br>
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  • <BR>Famous people from the rock & roll business
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  • ...p in Serendipity. Amusing that FZ had always maintained that he was in the business of connecting the dots and here they were...</p>
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  • Zappa started his career in the advertising business as a designer of greeting cards. Later, as a composer, he kept criticizing
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  • #[[Too Ugly For Show Business]] (4:20) - bonus track, out-take from [[King Kong]]
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  • ...they always do, and, after receiving a series of congratulations, awards, business cards, and fund donations, hold a board meeting off to the side, wherein it
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  • ...eople for a long time. I was in advertising before I got into...ha... show business. I'd done a little motivational research. One of the laws of economics is t
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  • ...ict playlist and real conservative taste. But it's probably just a fact of business life right now that what I have to offer will not get out to the widest spe No, because business wasn't like that. It wasn't saturated, there was still room to breathe and
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  • ...The unfortunate part about it is that sometimes you do need direction, but business-wise, it's really hard to do. I think it's impossible to make it big for in
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  • ...mebody in the record business tries to venture into any other area of show business, it's not always easy.
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  • ...n 1988. Tiring of life on the road and his bands' squabbling, he turned to business and politics. He set up his own company to trade with Eastern Europe, and a ...t. He says you can either do business with the United States or you can do business with Zappa, what'll it be? And that was my brief but unhappy relationship w
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  • ...a day. He may be disdainful of the music business and pragmatic about the business of making music, but he's passionate about his work, which these days inclu
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  • '''FZ:''' I think part of the reason why you guys are still in business is, maybe they think that nobody listens to the radio and most of the propa ...ruthers, who is a … he used to be a political consultant and is now in the business of making political commercials. He … I think he ran [[wikipedia:Gary Har
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  • ...o get more expressiveness from a synth but it's up to me to delve into the business again. See, I really only wanted to play piano and organ for so long becaus ...ing just like his is, right now,' I felt like I was on the vanguard of the business. It was my distinctive sound. Now you hear it all over the place. I was the
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  • ...of the new 'jelly', as Nando – and, I presume, those in the Marine Biology business – call a jellyfish.
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  • ...itar synthesizers, versus me, is the way I play. There's so much left hand business going on, and the synthesizer is more interested in what's happening with t ...tem to your advantage. To what do you attribute you longevity in the music business?<br>
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  • ...from the U.S. national interest point of view it's probably easier for our business guys to deal with one corrupt monarch or another then to deal with some unr '''You've gotten involved in doing business in [[Czechoslovakia]]. What has failed in Eastern Europe?<br>
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  • "I've been in the record business since 1962, which is when I first bought a recording studio," says Zappa. " ...ll use today," he says. "Making multi-layer overdub recordings is a tricky business. There are a lot of things you can do which will sound ugly. There's only o
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  • ...ple would never hear. "The decoration of fragments of time," he called his business. Business having been conducted, he put his feet up on the desk and started asking us
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  • #How The Negro & Jew Got Into Show Business
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  • ...was anybody who has ever written music and been involved in the composing business that got close to writing some saintly stuff - it was Anton Webern because
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  • ...edroom wall. Girls forgot [[Elvis Presley]]. He was too greasy, too "heavy business": sullen and pouting and all that stuff. The Beatles were huggable & cute &
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  • ...[Gee Gee's|GEE GEE'S]] was a scene until it was mysteriously forced out of business. It is, at this moment, for rent... 8100 Sunset Blvd., next to [[Schwab]]'s
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  • ...wn production company, which helped him remain autonomous within the music business. Forever pouring his earnings back into creating music, Zappa was frequentl The years of independent business practice had also paid off: Zappa's later groups enjoyed superior equipment
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  • ...ght was only two. The first being censorship which I'm, being in the music business myself, of course, unalterably opposed to, but also what I started off, in ...he entire record industry, Warner's has their own. You're talking very big business here. They're a very well connected company, and they don't want to do anyt
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  • ...e from all over the world and of all different nationalities and races and business backgrounds. The kids aren't shoveled into a room.''
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  • ...res, Zappa took over Pal, renamed it [[Studio Z]] and entered the world of business as a studio owner. "Meanwhile, my marriage fell apart," Zappa wrote in his COPYRIGHT 2003 PRIMEDIA Business Magazines & Media Inc. All rights reserved. COPYRIGHT 2003 Gale Group.
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  • ...tware. Had [[wikipedia:New England Digital|New England Digital]] stayed in business and kept developing their product I suspect they could have stayed at the c ...produced by many different companies who are more interested in staying in business and in maintaining their market share more than finding ways for everything
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  • ...anny prescience. Many of his comments about American society and the music business sound like they could have come out of this week's Billboard or [[The New Y ...to work in those studios, under those budgets; don't have to deal with the business people I was dealing with in that period of the time. The general experienc
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  • ...n elected official and rushed to a Senate hearing while important national business waits in the wings? Is it fair that people not fortunate enough to be marri
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  • ...As soon as they're settled in their seats the kids get down to the serious business of getting as wrecked as it's possible to get without passing into a coma.
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  • ...was the reverse side of his faith in people to improve government. In his business dealings he was increasingly individualist, eventually setting up his own r ...ome and do a record on the West Coast. That's really how we broke into the business. We had our stuff together, but hadn't recorded anything till he asked. Fra
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  • ...he answers to what your mother and father won't tell you. It is also a big business. This is a brief history of rock and its relationship to our society. ...the bedroom wall. Girls forgot Elvis Presley. He was too greasy, too heavy business: sullen pouting and all that stuff The Beatles were huggable & cute & mop &
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  • ...want to play them right off the bat and improvise them. The way the music business is constructed now, there's not very much interest in finding people who im
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  • ...Records]], recording and mixing albums, and otherwise making sure that his business is running smoothly, requires constant vigilance. Lawsuits brought by Zappa ...ment. The fact that it comes out is just something that has to do with the business world, rather than the artistic world. Even if I wasn't releasing records I
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  • ...in a club in San Francisco as a doorman ... And that he's out of the music business.<br>
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  • ...room and awaits the first question. No small talk, no niceties – strictly business, apparently of the kind that he feels is a bothersome obligation. Things st Before moving back to California in 1969 ("because it's expedient to the business"), the Mothers played a now-famous stint at New York's [[Garrick Theatre|Ga
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  • ...ht to think about doing something less expensive, so that they can stay in business long enough that they can repair it when it goes down. I'm thinking ten or ...nes and the way they can diddle their words around. If they're in the word business, they concentrate on the words that I've written, and the results haven't b
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  • - '''Jerry Hopkins''': '''Are there any groups in the business you feel have any legitimacy?'''
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  • I was in advertizing before I got into ahhh ... show business <laugh> and I'd done a little motivational research and checked around. It' Yeah, and they're fucked and they know – they hate music and they love business
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  • ...recording, editing, rehearsing, performing, or engaging in countless other business-related activities. Watching him, I learned the meaning of total – and pe
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  • ...T IN THE PLACE WHERE THE GUY WITH THE HORNS AND POINTED STICK CONDUCTS HIS BUSINESS.<br>
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  • After some bad experiences in the record business (in the song "[[Brown Shoes Don't Make It]]," he memorialized the businessm ...e from all over the world and of all different nationalities and races and business backgrounds. The kids aren't shoveled into a room.
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  • ...iele ''nicht in'' der Regierung, denn die Regierung wird teilweise vom Big Business kontrolliert. Die Machtstruktur ist fast so wie bei südamerikanischen Regi ...administration, because the administration is partly in control by the Big Business. The structures of the power is almost like with the south american adminis
    29 KB (5,045 words) - 10:19, 11 August 2021
  • It's been quite a few years. The thing about Frank is that he's a business man. He's not someone you can consider a friend, although I'm sure he does
    19 KB (3,561 words) - 06:44, 15 October 2021
  • ...receive our royalties for the first three years that we were in the record business. And if anybody out there wants to sign with MGM, if they show you a contra
    18 KB (3,302 words) - 12:10, 21 December 2021
  • ...o be used in another long sequence called [[Someday Soon]], dealing in the business end of rock & roll.
    15 KB (2,276 words) - 15:03, 29 October 2021

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