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TOPIC: Day 77
Day 77 1 Month, 4 Weeks ago  
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Dr Strangelove

Re:Day 77 1 Month, 4 Weeks ago  
So the nitty-gritty reality of the music business, and the excessive greed of the artist(e)s got you down in the end; I thought so - we all have a threshold for what we can stomach; mines very low. Still I’m sure you escaped with a bob-or-two and no mortgage to pay...
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Little Sausage

Re:Day 77 1 Month, 4 Weeks ago  
Thank you jk for a most interesting episode of your daily blog covering your behind the scene work in the record business, particularly as a consultant to
Dick Asherof Columbia Records.

I was thinking that Bell Records would be a good topic for one of your blogs.. as Bell Records was a massive teen pop and glam label of the 70's.

After gallivanting around the Internet I came across the following Interview quite by accident.

This interview goes into quite a lot of detail that hasn't been covered to this extent in the blogs.

JK talks about his music career on East London Radio from May 20..Talks about how he came to write "Everyone's Gone To The Moon" (with the words Moon and June in the lyrics..) and loads of other things and why he chose to make records with himself under a variety of names.

Have a listen to this..
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