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Dec 08

The Magic of a Dying Music Industry

The Magic of a Dying Music Industry

by: Nuwri Ghostleaf

Lights camera Action! is the call of Hollywood movie directors, but what of the call a record producer usually screams, “Let’s do it again this time with a lot more feeling” Ok? This is just The Magic of a Dying Music Industry.

It maybe days of not too long ago but the realness is still alive just like Payola baby! Wow WTW? (what the what) is he talking about? Our beloved music industry, as we sit back and wonder what’s going to happen to it in the coming months, let alone years thought pictures. If I were a fortune teller, I would predict that things will only get better simply because life cannot function properly without it, not in this modern technological age.

Though some might beg to differ, that would be an age group that is really a non-factor in the financial calculations of a so called dying industry. Okay before I continue read this.

Before I begin, let me make this perfectly clear. I write strictly from the heart and the majority of the time straight to the point,depending on the subject matter. I’m not trying to win a literary prize for I know those awards mainly go to writers who’s ambitions are New York Times Washington Post Wall Street Journal kind of honors.
With all due respect to ALL eyes that see read and hear this,no disrespect to your intelligence,I just want to have Written Verbal Conversations with you as the friend I see you as.Sincerely: Nuwri Ghostleaf

To think of what all the past recording artists would be saying about the industry today, they so loved and dedicated their god given gifts to. Those who loved it most, you the buying fans. Most would probably shake their heads in disbelief but would still concentrate on making the great music they gave us.

I strongly believe they would have rallied behind those who today are trying to make changes that are times appropriate, to move the industry forward and keep it current and relevant by today’s standards. Making adjustments to the times would be as easy and beautiful as the timeless master pieces they left us to enjoy before moving into the next life.

When you look at the current state of the music industry, what do you see and feel? is it one of yesteryear heartfelt music love or that which is coming from a new breed of artists that are saying I just wanna get paid.  No matter what, Life will not survive without music.

Could  you honestly go a day, a week an hour without music really? No ringtones, no soundtracks that would really suck, it would be like a bad Godzilla movie. Or worse yet, a very slow to long delay of a Chinese film. No disrespect but you feel what I’m saying. We depend on music like we depend on our keys before we leave the house nowadays. Most people look to grab their cellphone before they grab their keys today you know that is true of you too.

With the Magic of Social Media and platforms like iTunes, CD Baby, Bandcamp, Spodify, Pandora, MondoTunes and sooo many more, an Independent artist only has him or herself to blame for not making a livelihood today. Yes it’s going to take work but wouldn’t this be the type of work you would rather be doing?.

Music is as vital if not more to a child’s learning as is reading and any other mental building of the mind process. The Magic of a Dying Music Industry is simply the music of yesterday. If you ask parents and some of today’s millennial generations of music lovers and buyers, they are growing up with both today’s so called music and yesterday’s time unforgettable hits, the title of this article was chosen to pay homage to the oh so many Greats that made the greatest Music on the planet in my opinion.

Greats like:

Michael Jackson - ThrillerMichael Jackson – Thriller
Music video by Michael Jackson performing Thriller. (C) 1982 MJJ Productions Inc. #VEVOCertified on October 29, 2010. http://www.vevo.com/certified http://ww…

 

Michael Jackson - Remember The TimeMichael Jackson – Remember The Time
Music video by Michael Jackson performing Remember The Time. (C) 1992 MJJ Productions Inc.

 

The Beatles - Live At Washington Coliseum, 1964  FullThe Beatles – Live At Washington Coliseum, 1964 Full
February 11, 1964 Setlist: Roll Over Beethoven From Me To You I Saw Her Standing There This Boy All My Loving I Wanna Be Your Man Please Please Me Till There…

 

Motown Gold from The Ed Sullivan ShowMotown Gold from The Ed Sullivan Show
http://goo.gl/67dnY – This 2 DVD set features Motown’s greatest artists including The Jackson 5, The Supremes, Stevie Wonder and The Temptations. Enjoy 58 cl…

 

You know I could and probably should write an article on all the different genres of the magical music industry, and that would be just American artists. While we don’t discriminate, I just find it sad that just like many other cultural mistakes we have had  to endure by the wizards behind the curtain known as the Illuminati, Those same power ozer’s as I like to call them, have categorized music to be that of  somewhat discriminatory in their  ways, so that we can so call differentiate our musical differences.

Wow! all that is a mindful of information overload if taken at one dose. But there is one thing to all this, and that is, The Magic of a Dying Music Industry will only happen if we let it as a music loving and buying world community.

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Sincerely,

Nuwri Ghostleaf (amazonbooks.com)

 

 

 

 

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