RE:A musicians view /Journey
Posted by: Surfpunk ()
Date: July 28, 2000 07:13AM

So is it just a case of putting the 'product' first and distancing you're own feelings about the music? Being 'realistic' in the expectations for it. If so, then how does ANY band/artist get anywhere without friends in high places to make the decisions to make things happen.
I keep coming back to the Santana thing. Clive Davies MADE that happen and made no secret of his love for Carlos Santana's music at the Grammies.That has to be the biggest personal abuse of power seen in the industry but hey, it worked.
Maybe it could work a second time if someone had in the right position felt the same way. Y chromosome or not!

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RE: Marketing JOURNEY in the UK! 134Peter M. Bietenholz07/26/2000 06:38PM
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RE:A musicians view /Journey 128 Kieran 07/27/2000 05:25AM
RE:A musicians view /Journey 123Surfpunk07/27/2000 05:39AM
RE:A musicians view /Journey 172 Mark Alger 07/27/2000 04:44PM
RE:A musicians view /Journey 122Surfpunk07/28/2000 05:17AM
RE:A musicians view /Journey 94Dave07/28/2000 05:48AM
RE:A musicians view /Journey149Surfpunk07/28/2000 07:13AM
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