The Recording Industry
Allyn and Bacon, 1998 - 304 pages
Where did today's music come from? Where is it headed? Answering these and other pertinent questions, here is a comprehensive examination of the industry that drives the music business. Written in a clear and straightforward style, the book is targeted at music historians and people in the music industry.
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