Friday, June 09, 2006

Music Business 101 Vol. II...

Another in the series by Peter Case over at his blog. This one focuses on his second solo record and my personal favorite "The Man With The Blue, Post-Modern, Fragmented, Neo Traditionalist Guitar", or commonly refered to by us P.C. fans as the much easier to utter, "Blue Guitar" record. The Plimsouls were a Geffen act and Pete's first two solo efforts ended up there by virtue of owing them two more on that contract. In this installment, Pete struggles to deal with the big time mogul run label while being an intimate and introspective artist, the classic clash of good and evil some would say. "Blue Guitar" was produced by T-Bone as was Pete's first solo record (his self titled first album alternates as my favorite of all time).

I would actually show up to a protest march demanding dickweed David Geffen give Pete back the first two records, that's how much I love these albums. To have them out of print is simply fucking criminal.

Pete seems to be an ultra guenuine guy and blogging suits him very well.


At 11:29 AM, June 12, 2006, Blogger Jackson said...

That's my theme for the week - David Geffin should sell clothes, not music.


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