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Goldkette recorded for the Victor Talking Machine Company, whose musical director, Eddie King, objected to Beiderbecke's hot-jazz style of soloing ; it wasn't copacetic with the commercial obligations that came with the band's recording contract.
While the band toured Japan in April, the band's manager, Jim Beach, successfully negotiated the band out of their Trident Studios contract.
The band's drawing power as a live band helped them get a record contract with US label Atlantic Records.
It was both the final album owed to RCA under the band's existing contract and the inaugural release on the band's Grunt Records vanity label.
Dick Rowe of Decca Records became aware of the band's performances, and signed Them to a standard two-year contract.
Following the termination of the Capitol contract in 1969, the band's new contract with Reprise Records ( brokered by Van Dyke Parks, then employed as a multimedia executive at the company ) stipulated Brian Wilson's proactive involvement with the band in all albums — a factor that would become hugely problematic for the band in the years to come.
After the Kinks obtained a recording contract in early 1964, Davies emerged as the chief songwriter and de facto leader of the band, especially after the band's breakthrough success with his early composition " You Really Got Me ", which was released as the band's third single in August of that year.
With the release of the second album, the band's contract to Solistitium Records was fulfilled, and the band was without a label for two years.
Plant and Page immediately hit it off with a shared musical passion and began their writing collaboration with reworkings of earlier blues songs, although Plant would receive no songwriting credits on the band's first album, allegedly because he was still under contract to CBS Records at the time.
Knight sued for breach of contract, which resulted in a protracted legal battle and the band dropping the word " Railroad " from their name ( in his 2001 autobiography, " From Grand Funk to Grace ", Farner stated that the shortening of the band's name was done after most of their fans began to refer to them as Grand Funk ).
A change in management at EastWest in 1998 saw the cancellation of the band's contract once again.
Although the album showcased the band's sound, contract disputes held up the album's release for several years.
Davis was very impressed with the band's performance and bought their contract from Warner Bros. Their debut album on CBS / Columbia Records, Last Days and Time, featured mostly original material, but Bailey had recommended that the band cover the Pete Seeger song " Where Have All the Flowers Gone?
" Yet another technically sound but artistically bland recording from Uriah Heep ” ( according to AllMusic ) failed to chart and marked the end of the band's contract with Legacy Records.
After The Beatles ' EMI contract expired in 1976, the company began assessing the band's unreleased material for a future release.
The band's bickering and excessive drug use made the recording process so long and costly that American reduced Skinny Puppy's contract from three albums to one.
Chandler decided not to renew the band's contract with Polydor Records, instead signing them to his own record label Barn Records.
Cairns went on to form a band called Flag, with Archie Brown from The Bureau and signed a recording contract in the US He subsequently teamed up with Scottish singer Alan King in Walk on Fire, writing the majority of the band's material and playing keyboards on tours.
To cover the gap and to fulfil the band's contract with Polydor Records, Level Best ( a greatest hits compilation ) was released in 1990.
In February, shortly after the band's third gig supporting The Damned, they signed a recording contract with Stiff Records.
Killswitch Engage made sure to have written in their contract with Roadrunner that D ' Antonio would produce all of the band's artwork.
He would return one more time for a tour and album in 1971 to run out the band's contract.

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Although Holly had already begun to become disillusioned with Norman Petty before meeting Maria Elena, it was through her and her aunt Provi, the head of Latin American music at Peer-Southern, that he began to fully realize what was going on with his manager, who was paying the band's royalties into his own company's account.
It was rekindled once, in 1978, for the Hawklords spin-off, but otherwise continued only with design commissions for projects involving the band's saxophonist Nik Turner.
* The Damned-Damned Damned Damned, a limited number of which were deliberately printed with a photo of Eddie and the Hot Rods on the back of the cover, rather than The Damned playing at The Roxy Club, and with an erratum sticker apologising for this " mistake ", and on the front of the LP, on top of the original shrinkwrap, a red food-fight sticker saying ' Damned Damned ', thus completing the LP's title when read underneath the band's name ;
Courtney Michelle Harrison was born in 1964 in San Francisco, California, to Linda Carroll, now a psychotherapist, and Hank Harrison, a publisher who had some association with the Grateful Dead ; consequently, Love was included in a group picture on the back of the band's album Aoxomoxoa ( 1969 ).
Recurring Dream contained four songs from each of the band's studio albums, along with three new songs.
It includes 19 of the band's greatest hits and is also available in a box set with a 25 track DVD of their music videos.
No mention of this album has been made on the band's official website or Twitter page, which suggests that they are not involved with its release.
Also in 1979 Rhino Records released Devotees, a tribute album, containing a set of covers of the band's songs interspersed with renditions of popular songs in Devo's style.
Jones reunited with Dolenz and Peter Tork from 1986 to 1989 to celebrate the band's renewed success and promote the 20th anniversary of the group.
During the recordings for the band's second LP, Wood left the band taking cellist McDowell and horn player Hunt with him to form Wizzard.
The fictional band's music was done by a real band named " Swamp Baby " with vocals by Dillon.
For the band's R30 tour, one dryer was replaced with a rotating shelf-style vending machine.
Parsons was frequently indulging in massive quantities of psilocybin and cocaine, so his performances were erratic at best, while much of the band's repertoire consisted of vintage honky-tonk and soul standards with few originals.
Following the band's breakup, Rollins established the record label and publishing company 2. 13. 61 to release his spoken word albums, as well as forming the Rollins Band, which toured with a number of lineups from 1987 until 2003, and during 2006.
His work with Body Count, whose 1992 debut album Marrow described as a " rock album with a rap mentality ", is described as paving the way for the success of rap rock fusions by bands like Kid Rock and Limp Bizkit ; however, Marrow states that the band's style does not fuse the two genres, and is solely a rock band.
In November of the same year, the band's first album with Jeepster, ' If You're Feeling Sinister ' was released to critical acclaim.
1998 then saw a further increase of activity, with the signing of Salako, and the release of albums for all three of their signed bands-most notably Belle & Sebastian's ' The Boy With The Arab Strap ', which enjoyed similar approval from reviewers and fans to the band's previous release.
The following year finally marked the release of Snow Patrol's second album ' When It's All Over We Still Have To Clear Up ', which, despite slightly disappointing initial sales, would eventually go gold in the wake of the band's later fame, along with their debut ' Songs For Polarbears '.
The band's American breakthrough came with the third album, Travelling Without Moving in 1996, which yielded two big hits, " Virtual Insanity " and " Cosmic Girl ".
The acid jazz flavours and ethnic influences of the first three albums continued with the release of Synkronized, and Jay Kay's interest in funk and disco music were shifting the band's directions towards such.
In keeping with the band's satirical nature, each member had a comical name: in addition to Kinky there was Little Jewford, Big Nig, Panama Red, Wichita Culpepper, Sky Cap Adams, Rainbow Colours, and Snakebite Jacobs.
One account of how the new band's name was chosen held that Moon and Entwistle had suggested that the supergroup with Page and Beck would go down like a " lead balloon ", a British idiom for disastrous results.

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