Thursday, April 07, 2005

APPARENTLY THERE ARE GOOD REASONS FOR IT

Having been launched to little more than an "oh", Wendy James is ("Racine are") hoping that Racine Number One can pull off a re-release about six months after its debut. Apparently this is because Pia-K, James' label, has hooked up with One Little Indian.

Yes, we know there was all that stuff about how If you want to make the music you believe in and not have to go through twenty phone calls' to get one thing done … you start your own label, but it seems the whole marketing and stuff is better off done by someone else after all.


3 comments:

Jade said...

Hi! i've found this by casuality but i dont understand too much except that one little indian contiues unreleased :D Cooooould u reexplain ! !!?!?!

We Want Wendy!! (at least me :D)

Anonymous said...

If you start your own record company, write your own songs, record your own songs, perform them and release them.......it all end up sounding like you're playing with yourself......sometimes 20 phone calls can get a better result if you find decent musicians to play the musical parts better than you - and better producers who at least have aethetic sense.... what can I say? Some people need help.

Anonymous said...

If you start your own record company, write your own songs, record your own songs, perform them and release them.......it all end up sounding like you're playing with yourself......sometimes 20 phone calls can get a better result if you find decent musicians to play the musical parts better than you - and better producers who at least have aesthetic sense.... what can I say? Some people need help.

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