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Brian Southall: The Rise & Fall Of EMI Records


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Media: Book
Catalogue #: OP54098
ISBN: 9781780380759
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This is the continuing saga of Britain's greatest music company as it faces an uncertain future under new ownership. Since 2009 EMI has broken new acts and sold millions of records BUT the massive debts incurred by its owners Terra Firma have finally taken it to the brink of a break-up. Music industry experts and executives, financiers and commentators plus artists' managers assess EMI's fortunes as the company celebrates its 80th birthday.

Includes interviews with many key players including former EMI Group/EMI Music executives Sir Colin Southgate, Jim Fifield, Eric Nicoli, Tony Wadsworth, David Munns, Rupert Perry, Ray Cooper and Jon Webster. Also interviewed are many managers, music journalists, financial analysts and rival record company executives.



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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 07/08/2012
Format: Reference
Length: 344 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Omnibus Press
Author: Brian Southall

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