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All You Need to Know About the Music Business: 10th Edition Hardcover – October 29, 2019
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—Los Angeles Times
“All You Need To Know About the Music Business has...become a fixture at college entertainment law departments as well as a must-read for any aspiring music industry execs.”
"Don Passman has seen it all — and written the book on it."
"When your book is in its 10th edition and remains the authoritative tome on its subject, you’re probably doing something right."
"Full of explanations, case studies, advice, and resources, there’s an awful lot of info packed into these pages that any budding (or even veteran) performer should, could, and needs to know..."
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Admittedly, once you get into the details of finances and whatnot, it gets a little dry. That's not my area of expertise (one reason why I'm wanting to learn), so typically after I finish a section like that I need to give myself a break, and may need to come to it again to understand it better.
Overall I love the Authors verbiage. His personality really comes through with the added humor and nerdy references, which I didn't expect AT ALL, but I freaking LOVE! I'm a dork, so I'm a sucker for that sort of thing.
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This book is not a corporate book, its informative so I suggest to read it so you know how to set up your stuff
or understand what is the music business and be lucky
Minimal but very helpful. I like how Sutherland is able to give the Canadian version in a concise but brief matter at the end of each chapter. IT makes sense to have both the American perspective and the Canadian perspective we live near each other and do business together. I mean it's nice to know how you should go about if you do business down there. But for Canada I will still buy this book from PAUL Sanderson who is a renewed entertainment lawyer in Toronto and wrote the 100% Canadian version of it: Musicians and the Law in Canada, 4th Edition available elsewhere if you google it. I'LL be able to compare my notes with both books and start at least my independent music business plan.
It's no big deal, but was still sold as new.