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By Ian Anderson


“The Doogie Howser of rock has a list label that’s going to take over the world.” —Rob Van Alstyne, Seattle

“[Ian Anderson’s] bought a willing ear for investments . . . and his religion within the underage underground is beginning to pay dividends . . . productiveness like that would get you all over the track biz.” —City Pages (Minneapolis)
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Ian Anderson all started recording song while he was once 13 and introduced his personal winning label, Afternoon documents, in 2003, while he used to be simply eighteen. Now this wunderkind of the indie song scene has written the final word advisor for all these intending to a profession within the checklist industry.Here Come the Regulars covers territory starting from a label’s picture to its funds, targeting the significance of running a blog tradition and the way to take advantage of new media like MySpace, fb, Twitter, Amazon, and iTunes to the simplest advantage.

Aside from its crucial advice—including a fair account of the function of legal professionals, contracts, and checklist deals—this obtainable consultant additionally comprises key useful details starting from pattern felony agreements and press releases to genuine figures illustrating what quantity of money to spend on what (promotion, journey costs, even T-shirts), all particularly aimed at the younger upstart with little or no within the bank.

As front guy for the indie-pop band One for the staff and the editor of the song web publication MFR, Anderson demonstrates how an lively and persevering small label can thrive in an period of massive field shops and homogenized radio stations. exhibiting the right way to commence with $500 and an place of work that’s the dimensions of your bed room closet since it is your bed room closet, the following Come the Regulars becomes the dog-eared, underlined bible in your nightstand.

About the Author
Ian Anderson fronts indie-pop band One for the crew, based the Minneapolis-based indie label Afternoon documents, and is the editor of song weblog MFR. this can be his first booklet.

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Thus far, then, the accented pitches of each gesture (G-A-C) form a steadily rising curve articulated on the third beat of each measure. Suddenly at this point Waller increases the pace of melodic action; instead of continuing the pattern he established in the first three measures-that is, waiting to restate the motive until after the downbeat of the next measure-Waller anticipates his pattern by half a measure. He retains the most essential element of the motive-the interval leap-but compacts it to a minor third and places it over the bar line.

Boy, will you get off? 1 Now let's go uptown: 7 2-3 Oh, we're now floatin' down the Hudson4-6 Mercy, oh you slay me, you sweet thing! Oh, baby! ) 4 The third and fourth lines bear the closest relationship to what happens in the music itseli The location "uptown" has both a literal and figurative meaning. Literally, it refers to Harlem and serves to introduce (and justify) the use of typical stride figuration for the bridge that follows immediately. For Waller, and for much of his audience, the links that connect "uptown" to Harlem, and Harlem, as the birthplace and home of stride piano, to Fats Waller, would have been self-evident.

_ r I ) .... ~ v .... _ Waller Strides Forward 23 atively uncomplicated rendition of the melodic line and cadence phrase. 6), he eliminates the stride bass completely. He further uses miniature contrapuntal lines to enrich the texture of measures 30 and 32-34, and provides a startling harmonic conclusion (m. 35) where one would expect the simple alternation between tonic (Eb) and subdominant (Ab) of take one. Thus, in the second version, Waller takes some improvisational risks, especially in terms of both breaking up the otherwise repetitive stride bass pattern and providing unusual harmonic and accompaniment alternatives, but the risks pay off because he achieves a more sophisticated and imaginative statement of the phrase.

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