[JPL] Cyrus and Elvis
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From: Jim Wilke <jwilke123 at comcast.net>
Date: 2007/10/03 Wed PM 12:38:44 CDT
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
Subject: Re: [JPL] Cyrus and Elvis
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That is why the Strayhorn family have been working hard
in these last few years getting the rights back from compositions Billy wrote. It WAS a corporate mentality
and I'm sure it hasn't changed.
..... and I think that often extended to band leaders as well ...
Cootie Williams' name on "'Round Midnight", and I think Coleman
Hawkins' name is on a couple of bebop tunes written by the young tyros
in his band. And didn't Ellington himself have his name on tunes that
were conceived if not written down by members of his band? Sort of
like corporate property rights, if you did it while you were working
for us, it's ours.
Hunter S Thompson was right!
On Wednesday, October 3, 2007, at 09:02 AM, Jackson, Bobby wrote:
> Hi Jae and Jim,
> Sounds like the typical common practice of the day. Irving Mills, Joe
> Glaser and others did that to Duke Ellington and others as well.
> the music "business."
> As Hunter S. Thompson once said, "The music business is a cruel and
> shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps
> free and good men die like dogs. There is also a negative side."
> Bobby Jackson
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