Digital Music News – 52 Ways to Screw an Artist, by Warner Bros. Records…

Sadly, this is a story that dates back to 1969, when a young James Taylor signed a deal with Warner Bros. Records. That was the beginning of a breakout career that included numerous hit songs and tens of millions of album sales.  But it also marked the beginning of a duplicitous financial relationship, one that seemed designed to systematically cheat this artist over a period of several decades.  

I might’ve put this up before but it just goes to show why being an independent artist is much better for your music career


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