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Artist name: Roblea Music/robert Leach

I have four albums out, that are being digitally distributed worldwide. Consider Roblea Music/robert Leach, for music production/composing, or licensing, for any projects, or advertising spots, that you are working on. Here are some links, where you can listen to some of the music:
https://www.soundcloud.com/robleamusic
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After watching some of the episodes, of the Ken Burns “Prohibition” special, on PBS, I realized, that with all the events that are now taking place worldwide, this all sounds very familiar.  All of this, lead me to take a closer look.  The more things change, the more they remain the same.

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The Progressive Era in the United States was a period of social activism and political reform that flourished from the 1890s to the 1920s.[1] One main goal of the Progressive movement was purification of government, as Progressives tried to eliminate corruption by exposing and undercutting political machines and bosses. Many (but not all) Progressives supported prohibition in order to destroy the political power of local bosses based in saloons.[2] At the same time, women’s suffrage was promoted to bring a “purer” female vote into the arena.[3] A second theme was achieving efficiency in every sector by identifying old ways that needed modernizing, and emphasizing scientific, medical and engineering solutions.

Many people led efforts to reform local government, education, medicine, finance, insurance, industry, railroads, churches, and many other areas. Progressives transformed, professionalized and made “scientific” the social sciences, especially history,[4] economics,[5] and political science.[6] In academic fields the day of the amateur author gave way to the research professor who published in the new scholarly journals and presses. The national political leaders included Theodore Roosevelt, Robert M. La Follette, Sr., Charles Evans Hughes and Herbert Hoover on the Republican side, and William Jennings Bryan, Woodrow Wilson and Al Smith on the Democratic side.

Initially the movement operated chiefly at local levels; later it expanded to state and national levels. Progressives drew support from the middle class, and supporters included many lawyers, teachers, physicians, ministers and business people.[7] The Progressives strongly supported scientific methods as applied to economics, government, industry, finance, medicine, schooling, theology, education, and even the family. They closely followed advances underway at the time in Western Europe[8] and adopted numerous policies, such as the banking laws which became the Federal Reserve System in 1914. They felt that old-fashioned ways meant waste and inefficiency, and eagerly sought out the “one best system”.[9][10]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Progressive_Era

RCA Execs Confirm Jive and Arista Labels Shut Down

 6:00 AM PDT 10/7/2011 by Shirley Halperin
Arista Jive logos split

In an interview with THR, CEO Peter Edge and COO Tom Corson explain why it was time to “retire those brands” and how the artists reacted.

Amid some big changes in the music industry, new RCA Records CEO Peter Edge and longtime colleague Tom Corson, who was promoted to president and COO in August, have officially shuttered historic labels Arista and Jive. J Records, launched by Clive Davis in 2000 as an “instant major,” will also see its artists bequeathed to RCA.

 

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/rca-execs-confirm-jive-arista-245392

Introducing Amazon Silk.

 

Today in New York, Amazon introduced Silk, an all-new web browser powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS) and available exclusively on the just announced Kindle Fire.  You might be asking, “A browser?  Do we really need another one?”  As you’ll see in the video below, Silk isn’t just another browser.  We sought from the start to tap into the power and capabilities of the AWS infrastructure to overcome the limitations of typical mobile browsers.  Instead of a device-siloed software application, Amazon Silk deploys a split-architecture.  All of the browser subsystems are present on your Kindle Fire as well as on the AWS cloud computing platform.  Each time you load a web page, Silk makes a dynamic decision about which of these subsystems will run locally and which will execute remotely.  In short, Amazon Silk extends the boundaries of the browser, coupling the capabilities and interactivity of your local device with the massive computing power, memory, and network connectivity of our cloud.

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By Jeff Price

Lava lamps, Happy Days, mood rings, MASH, and Jimmy Carter’s Playboy interview weren’t the only things to come out of the ’70s. In addition, copyright law was revised by the U.S. government granting artists and songwriters “termination rights.” This law states that 35 years after 1978 the recordings and songs “owned” by record labels or publishers would revert back to the artist or songwriter regardless of if the artist or songwriter was recouped, un-recouped, etc. In other words, the government said to the labels and publishers,“ 35 years is long enough. Times up, give them back control over their work.”

For those of you counting, 35 years from 1978 is 2013.

http://blog.tunecore.com/2011/09/how-the-70s-majorly-screwed-the-major-labels.html?utm_medium=email&ref=email&utm_source=newsletter&utm_campaign=newseletter09_01_11

Don’t Hide Your Head In The Sand

By George Howard & Jeff Price

TuneCore artists have sold over 400 million songs over the past two years, generating over $300 million in artist and songwriter revenue.

Based on this, the idea that you can’t create a sustainable career on your own terms, without the backing of a label (major or otherwise) is empirically ludicrous.  No, not everyone will be able to do it, but the point is it is possible without a traditional label.  Anyone that says otherwise is wrong.

So, what’s the hold up?  What’s the excuse?

http://blog.tunecore.com/2011/09/dont-hide-your-head-in-the-sand.html?utm_medium=email&ref=email&utm_source=newsletter&utm_campaign=newseletter09_29_11

The Innovators: The Orchard’s Richard Gottehrer 

Entrepreneur Video Network – Entrepreneur.com www.entrepreneur.com 

 

The co-founder of a successful music distributor for independent artists talks about staying nimble in a fast-changing industry.

 

http://www.entrepreneur.com/video/220096