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A Personal History of the British Record Industry 64 – Bunny Lewis 2

We’ll carry on where we left off, and it looks as if I still hadn’t asked a single question! We were getting immersed in an EMI vs Decca one-man monologue! We (Decca) were much better off than EMI at that … Continue reading

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A Personal History of the British Record Business 24 – Ken East Pt.1

Time to drag this photo out again! Here I am in the summer of 1978, having just joined EMI’s Licensed Repertoire Division as the General Manager of Motown, the company’s prime licensed label. I joined on a Monday, The Commodores’ … Continue reading

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A Personal History of the British Record Business Pt.20 – Cliff Busby

  I first met Cliff Busby in 1980. He had risen through EMI’s sales division before leaving to to become MD of United Artists, initially independent but by this time having  reverted to EMI as Liberty-United, two American labels who … Continue reading

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