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Ran Blake - Christine Correa: Streaming

Read "Streaming" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Pianista raffinatissimo e di straordinaria esperienza, Ran Blake ha frequentato spesso i duetti con la voce, tanto che il suo primo disco, del 1962, è appunto in coppia con Jeanne Lee. Ultimo lavoro del genere in ordine di tempo è questo Streaming con la cantante Christine Correa, di origini indiane ma ormai da quarant'anni negli USA, ...

Streaming

Label: Red Piano Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Don’t Explain; Out of This World; Lonely Woman; Stratusphunk I; Bebopper; All About Ronnie; Ah, El Novio No Quere Dinero; Stratusphunk II; Love Dance; Wende; Stratusphunk III; No More.

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Ran Blake / Christine Correa: Streaming

Read "Streaming" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

Pianist Ran Blake has been known for his duo work with vocalists dating back to his 1962 collaboration with Jeanne Lee, The Newest Sound Around (RCA Victor). In recent years, he has been working with three individualistic singers, Sara Serpa, Dominique Eade and Christine Correa. The year 2017 brought a session of folk songs and soundtrack ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Ran Blake & Christine Correa: Streaming

Read "Streaming" reviewed by Gareth Thompson

Back in 1946, Ran Blake watched The Spiral Staircase and was rather freaked. This classic chiller's opening scene shows a silent film flickering whilst a woman accompanies the visuals on piano. Blake later composed his own piano sketches for each character and wrote fan letters to the entire cast. His only reply came from Carlton, the ...

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Americans Listen To 200 Billion Minutes Of Audio Weekly

Americans Listen To 200 Billion Minutes Of Audio Weekly

A new set of data from Nielsen has revealed that the average US dweller is listening to a massive amount of audio on weekly basis, although not all of it seems to be coming from sources which you might expect. Guest post by Bobby Owsinski of Music 3.0 Ever wonder how much we listen to audio ...

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BuzzAngle Year End Music Report 2017: It's All About Streaming

BuzzAngle Year End Music Report 2017: It's All About Streaming

Music data firm BuzzAngle Music has some good news for the recorded music industry, unless one loves old-fashioned purchasing habits. Album and song sales dwindled in 2017, dropping 14.6% and 23.2% respectively, with physical sales declining only 7% percent, according to BuzzAngle.  Audio stream consumption leaped 50.3 percent to 377 billion streams, up from 127 billion streams ...

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Streaming Grew Profits For Warner Music Group In 2017

Streaming Grew Profits For Warner Music Group In 2017

Warner Music Group Corp. today announced its fourth-quarter, reporting growth in revenue, as well as, a net loss. “We’ve now had five consecutive years of global revenue growth in constant currency, and the last two were up double digits,” said Steve Cooper, WMG CEO. “Our momentum reflects the tremendous talent and appeal of our artists and ...

NEWS: MUSIC INDUSTRY

Streaming: The Music Industry's Match.com

Streaming: The Music Industry's Match.com

In the case of artist Bob Seger, retail and plays on AM/FM radio are not sufficient for fans, and streaming provides a better way to match fans with the music they might enjoy. Here we look at some of Seger's numbers to see how streaming has allowed him to access a broader scope of listeners. Guest ...

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Streaming Drives More Music Listening Than Ever Before

Streaming Drives More Music Listening Than Ever Before

Streaming is driving more music listening than ever before, according to stats crunched by Statista for Business Insider. Total music listening hours have increased during the past few years with streaming music subscribers listening to 4 hours more per week than non-streamers. from Statista via Business Insider   But does extra listening lead to more music discovery? ...

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New Report Says Spotify Used “Pirated” MP3 Files To Launch Service and Why It Matters [DAVID LOWERY]

New Report Says Spotify Used “Pirated” MP3 Files To Launch Service and Why It Matters [DAVID LOWERY]

There has long been suspicion among some the music industry that piracy lies deep in the roots of Spotify since the streaming platform's inception. This theory which, has been lent new credence by new report, says that Spotify threatened researchers on the cusp of revealing its darker origins. David Lowery explains why it matters. Guest post ...


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