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Monday 30 Jun 2014

 
TODAY'S TOP STORY: A production company making a new documentary about Michael Jackson has gone legal in an ongoing dispute with the late king of pop's estate about who owns footage that will form the core of the new film. The documentary, 'Michael Jackson: The Last Photo Shoot', focuses on, well, what was possibly the singer's last magazine photo shoot, which occured in 2007 two years before his death. The... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: A London trio bright with credentials, Nautic consists of now-twice-approved mover/shaker Bullion (real name Nathan Jenkins, also the boss of the band's label, Deek), Young Turks and XL Recordings A&R Tic Zogson, and main vocalist Laura Groves, aka Blue Roses, who released a solo LP via XL back in 2009. Nautic have now backed up 2012's dewy single 'Fresh Eyes', which is still as crisp... [READ MORE]
TOP STORIES Company behind new Michael Jackson doc goes legal over footage dispute
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LEGAL Suspended sentence for Italian file-sharing operator, and his mum and dad
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DEALS She & Him sign to Columbia
James Arthur rumoured to be in deal talks with Island and Virgin EMI
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LABELS & PUBLISHERS Universal Music Publishing to publish catalogue data
Capitol partners with Vegas clubbing firm on new EDM label
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LIVE BUSINESS AEG will honour £2.50 tickets to BST after 'friends and family' link goes viral
Eavis reckons he'll be hands on at Glastonbury for six more years at least, with 2017 set to be the next year off
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DIGITAL & D2F SERVICES Amazon Music brand stepped up, including Tumblr blog
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MEDIA Filter mag to close, but Culture Collide will live on
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OBITUARIES Bobby Womack 1944-2014
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ARTIST NEWS Katy Perry well downloaded
Second Haim album "very soon", promise
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AWARDS Beyonce and Pharrell score double wins at BET Awards
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AND FINALLY... Jesus would allow gay clergy to marry, says Elton John
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Company behind new Michael Jackson doc goes legal over footage dispute
A production company making a new documentary about Michael Jackson has gone legal in an ongoing dispute with the late king of pop's estate about who owns footage that will form the core of the new film.

The documentary, 'Michael Jackson: The Last Photo Shoot', focuses on, well, what was possibly the singer's last magazine photo shoot, which occured in 2007 two years before his death. The shoot seemingly took place at the Brooklyn Museum Of Art for Ebony magazine, to accompany the popstar's first interview in a decade, one of a number of attempts at a comeback in the latter years of Jackson's life.

In amongst interviews with friends of the singer, and photographers and stylists who worked with him, the documentary is set to include previously unseen video footage of the photo shoot as well as pictures taking during it. And it's that footage that the Michael Jackson Estate isn't happy about.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, whoever was sitting on the footage tried to sell it to the Estate back in 2011, but after they passed on the deal, director Craig Williams acquired the rights to the content. Which, he reckons, gives him the legal right to use it in his documentary.

But legal reps for the Estate reckon that they actually own the rights in the archive footage, seemingly based on the argument that Jackson paid for the shoot to happen, and that everyone involved was appointed on a 'work for hire' basis, so that any copyrights would be owned by the singer himself, and therefore now the Estate. So whoever sold the footage to Williams didn't have the right to do so in the first place.

Following plenty of correspondence between Williams and the Estate's lawyers, the film director's company has now gone legal, seeking court confirmation that it is indeed the copyright owner in the footage in question. Though the Estate remains adamant it is not.

Jackson Estate legal rep Howard Weitzman told The Reporter: "The makers of the documentary are attempting to exploit footage and photographs of Michael Jackson, which we believe are owned by his Estate. The documentary contains footage of Michael during private moments that he never agreed could be publicly and commercially exploited without his consent and/or involvement. Michael never authorised or approved the use of this material in the film".

Suspended sentence for Italian file-sharing operator, and his mum and dad
Proving again that Italy is becoming one of the more prolific countries in the battle against illegal file-sharing, an Italian man behind a now defunct file-sharing operation that used the domains Scaricolibero.com and Filmgratis.tv has been handed a 22 month suspended jail sentence for this role in running the copyright infringing business. Not only that, but his parents also received suspended sentences for receiving the operation's ad revenue into their bank account.

According to Torrentfreak, authorities in Italy seized the two domains back in 2012 following complaints from copyright owners, and also ordered internet service providers to block the service's IP addresses and took control of bank accounts receiving ad revenues from the file-sharing operation. Two years on the criminal case against the sites' operator reached its conclusion with the suspended sentence.

His parents received ten month suspended sentences too for money laundering charges, them having allowed their son's revenues from the illegal operation to pass through their bank account. Enzo Mazza of local music industry group FIMI confirmed to Torrentfreak: "The parents, who owned the bank account where the money from ads was allocated, were sentenced for money laundering".

Mazza welcomed last week's ruling, which won't result in actual jail time for the accused, but, reckons the record industry rep, sends out a sufficiently stern message about the consequences of profiting from copyright infringement. He added: "It's a very good decision. Our anti-piracy team FPM assisted during the case and we are really satisfied with the decision which has shown clear evidence of the link between piracy and the collection of money through advertisements".

As previously reported, while the record industry didn't always find Italian law all that helpful in the early days of the battle against file-sharing, in recent years various initiatives in the country have resulted in a crack-down. The country's telecoms regulator has also been given direct web-blocking powers, while the local advertising industry recently committed to do more to cut off ad income from piracy set-ups.

She & Him sign to Columbia
Big-eyed 'New Girl' Zooey Zeschanel and that man named M Ward, aka super-cute harmonic pop duo She & Him, have come over all 'major', signing to Sony Music's Columbia Records. The pair, who have released three LPs (and one Christmas gift collection) since 2008 via ex-label Merge, are expected to make a new record appear later this year.

Confirming the news last week, Billboard was swift to point to alt-rock band Spoon's recent-ish exit from Merge, implying some kind of collective desire amongst its bigger acts to leave the indie high and dry. Still, it's only an opinion, and also Ward remains signed to Merge on a solo basis, so I'm staying calm for now.

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James Arthur rumoured to be in deal talks with Island and Virgin EMI
Having parted company with Simon Cowell's Syco Music recently, one-time 'X-Factor' winner James Arthur is reportedly in talks with two Universal Music labels about a possible record deal, with both Island Records and Virgin EMI being linked to the pop moaner. Though the singer himself doesn't seem to know what's going on.

Whether or not it will help in the deal making I don't know, but at least the labels know that, should they sign Arthur, they won't be expected to use their influence to get the singer a Glastonbury slot, he having seemingly accepted that such an opportunity is unlikely. Though they may have to contend with him doing little to gain new friends via the tweets.

Presumably watching all that Glasto footage on the BBC this weekend, Arthur twoaned: "It's sad that I'll probably never play Glastonbury because of the format I was discovered [on]. Has anyone from 'X-Factor' ever played it?"

In a seemingly deleted follow on, he reported added: "[It's] especially sad when you see how mediocre some of these acts are live!! #verybitter". So, no duet with Dolly Parton on his next album then.

Universal Music Publishing to publish catalogue data
Ah, data, data, data. Universal's music publishing company has pledged to make its entire songs catalogue accessible via its website, including the facility to export a list of every musical work owned or controlled by the major music publisher. It's that level of functionality that makes this move stand out; some other publishers do already allow users to browse their catalogues online, but not usually to extract that kind of data.

The lack of a central database that tells licensees which companies control or represent the copyrights in songs and recordings, on even a national let alone global basis, has become more of an issue in recent years, as a result of both the growth of a grassroots sync market, and the rise of the digital music sector, where publishers licence digital platforms directly, rather than licensing the labels which release recordings of their songs (as with CDs).

Although copyright ownership data is an issue for both the record industry and the music publishing sector, most see the problem as being bigger in the latter domain, with publisher information generally harder to access online than label info, plus of course there is a lot more co-ownership of copyrights in the publishing world.

Of course, the ambitious Global Repertoire Database project was meant to be addressing that problem, though some publishers and digital service providers have started to become frustrated with the slow progress in that domain. Meanwhile, pressure continues to rise in the political community (and elsewhere) for music licensing to be simplified, and copyright ownership data is a key part of that process.

In the US the issue has arisen again as part of the debate over whether the publishers should be allowed to withdraw from the collective licensing system in the digital domain, so they can cut direct deals with the likes of Pandora rather than providing licenses via their societies BMI and ASCAP.

Pandora has complained that if the likes of Universal withdraw from the BMI/ASCAP licensing arrangement it creates issues, because it's hard for the digital service to work out what songs are represented by the major (the distribution of publishing royalties to the right publisher/songwriter having always been the collecting societies' problem to date).

That puts even more pressure on the company to do a speedy direct deal with the publisher, so that it doesn't find itself unknowingly streaming songs no longer covered by its BMI/ASCAP licenses. And that, Pandora would likely argue, is another reason the music publishers should be obliged to continue licensing online radio services through their collecting societies. Universal's data share, therefore, is likely designed to cancel out one of Pandora's arguments in this dispute.

Confirming that his company would be making its catalogue data available in a very flexible way, initially for US repertoire and eventually on a worldwide basis, Universal Music Publishing Group's VP Of Operations Michael J Sammis told Billboard: "As the licensing environment changes, we want to be transparent, and responsive to the needs of licensees and users. A comprehensive song repository helps ensure UMPG is positioned to best serve those licensees both now and in the future".

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Capitol partners with Vegas clubbing firm on new EDM label
Las Vegas clubbing firm Drai's Entertainment has joined forces with Universal's Capitol Records and management firm Turn First Artists to launch a new EDM-focused record label. In addition to the usual A&R support and record releasing expertise you'd expect from a record deal, the new Vegas-based enterprise will also offer artists a residency at a Drai's venue in the city.

Confirming the new joint venture, Sarah Stennett, CEO of Turn First, told reporters: "We all share a unique vision to launch the first dance label on the strip in Vegas. We have a unique platform to break and develop talented DJ producers. These artists will be able to release through a label that has the clout of a major and the bespoke services of a fast moving independent dance label".

Meanwhile Capitol's Steve Barnett said: "With Drai's providing our joint venture with an extraordinary, one-of-a-kind nightclub venue in Las Vegas, we have an exciting platform from which to accelerate the careers of artists in the EDM realm and share their talents with audiences around the world".

Although based in Vegas the new label, to be called After Hours, will also have reps in London, New York and LA.

AEG will honour £2.50 tickets to BST after 'friends and family' link goes viral
People who scored themselves super-bargain tickets for the British Summer Time festival that kicks off in Hyde Park this week will get into the event, it's been confirmed.

Links started circulating on the social networks on Friday morning to a page where tickets for concerts taking place under the BST banner were on sale for just £2.50, compared to the usual £50+ price point. And the super cheap tickets were being sold by AXS, the ticketing company of BST promoter AEG Live, so it all seemed legit.

And legit it was, sort of. In that the link to super-cheap tickets was meant only for friends and family of key partners involved in the event, and not for all the tweeters and Facebookers who also got access to the bargain priced ticket offer.

Presumably there was a limit on the number of friends and family tickets available, though it's not clear how many were snapped up on Friday morning after the secret link went viral, nor whether AEG Live was then forced to make additional bargain priced tickets available for those actually eligible for them.

Either way, a spokesman for AXS told the International Business Times that anyone with a £2.50 ticket will get access to the festival. Given that lots of festivals have friends and family links to discounted tickets it's actually surprising this doesn't happen more often, though the discounts aren't usually so generous.

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Eavis reckons he'll be hands on at Glastonbury for six more years at least, with 2017 set to be the next year off
So, even before the weekend of mud, metal and magnificent music was over the customary "when will Glastonbury end" question was being asked.

And the rumour circulating was that the festival's chief had hinted at 2020 as a possible grand finale year for event, though what Michael Eavis had actually told The Guardian was that Glastonbury's 50th anniversary might be the moment for him to personally retire from active involvement in the enterprise. Maybe.

He told the broadsheet: "I think I can run on another six years, which would take me up to 50 years, then [I'll] see what happens after that".

Noting that love for the festival seemed to remain, despite the usual "Glastonbury's sold out" and "it's all middle class now" headlines in the run up, he added: "Every single person here last night wanted to shake my hand and say it's the best thing in their life. It really is quite phenomenal that appreciation of the event - 44 years and people love it more than ever".

Looking forward, Eavis told the paper that 2017 would be the festival's next fallow year, and that headliners were pretty much sorted for 2015, though that doesn't include Prince.

"We're always having a go at [getting] Prince", he admitted, talks seemingly getting further this year than most. "Most of the people in the world want to play here, so I did ask him to hop on the train and come down to Castle Cary station and I'll show him around the farm some time. [That offer] hasn't been taken up yet though".

Amazon Music brand stepped up, including Tumblr blog
Amazon is seemingly stepping up its Amazon Music brand with a bunch of new social media activity, including an editorially-driven Tumblr site.

The etailer's existing MP3 store, the recently launched (in the US) Amazon Prime streaming service, a new music-focused mobile app and what was the CloudPlayer now all seemingly sit under the Amazon Music banner.

The Tumblr site, a music blog called Amazon Music Notes, has been underway for a while now, but, Billboard points out, was only linked to from the firm's music-based Twitter feed, what was @amazonmp3 and is now @amazonmusic, just last week.

Filter mag to close, but Culture Collide will live on
American music magazine Filter is to cease operations later this summer, though its spin-off festival Culture Collide will live on, while one of the title's owners will launch a new publication.

Filter co-founders Alan Sartirana and Alan Miller say that they just feel the time is right to park their combined media enterprise, adding that they are parting on good terms, and that the business side of Filter was doing just fine.

Miller will take the Culture Collide brand, and staff who worked on it, with him, with an editorial platform to be built around the festival. Meanwhile Sartirana will be joined by most of Filter's editorial staff to launch a new online music and culture publication called Anthemic.

Bobby Womack 1944-2014
Singer and guitarist Bobby Womack died on Friday, aged 70. Although the cause of death has not yet been announced, his health had been an issue in recent years. He was diagnosed with colon cancer in 2012, and Alzheimer's disease later the same year.

Born in Cleveland in 1944, Womack began playing guitar at an early age, releasing his first single, 'Buffalo Bill', in 1954 with family group Curtis Womack And The Womack Brothers. The group then signed to Sam Cooke's SAR Records, where they were renamed The Valentinos, and had a number of hits. A cover of their 1964 song, 'It's All Over Now', also became the first US number one for The Rolling Stones.

After Cooke was shot and killed in 1964, Womack grew close to his former label boss's widow, Barbara. The relationship, which saw the couple marry just three months after Cooke's death, caused a rift between Womack and his brothers, bringing about the end of The Valentinos, and losing him many of his fans. The relationship ended in 1970 after Barbara found Womack in bed with her eighteen year old daughter, Linda (who later married his younger brother Cecil and formed the duo Womack & Womack).

Bobby embarked on a solo career after The Valentinos split, with mixed results initially, and also began working as a session musician and songwriter for other artists, including Ray Charles, Sly Stone and Janis Joplin. His own career really took off in the early 70s, when he released a number of successful albums, and wrote the soundtrack for 1972 blaxploitation movie 'Across 110th Street', the title track of which became what is probably his best known song.

Battling ongoing drug problems, Womack's success again took a dip in the late 70s, though he had another resurgence in the 80s with the albums 'The Poet' and 'The Poet II' before his output slowed down.

His most recent return to mainstream popularity came in 2010, when he was invited by Damon Albarn to contribute lyrics and vocals to Gorillaz track 'Stylo', on the band's 'Plastic Beach' album. This led on to a new Albarn-produced solo album, 'The Bravest Man In The Universe', which was released through XL in 2012. At the time of his death Womack was working on another new record for XL, and had a number of live performances in Europe scheduled for next month, including the WOMAD festival.

Bobby Womack is survived by four of his children, Gina, Bobby Truth, Cory and Jordan.

  Approved: Nautic
A London trio bright with credentials, Nautic consists of now-twice-approved mover/shaker Bullion (real name Nathan Jenkins, also the boss of the band's label, Deek), Young Turks and XL Recordings A&R Tic Zogson, and main vocalist Laura Groves, aka Blue Roses, who released a solo LP via XL back in 2009.

Nautic have now backed up 2012's dewy single 'Fresh Eyes', which is still as crisp as ever, with an equally dreamy track titled 'Freedom Of The Floor', itself the lead to Nautic's 'Navy Blue' EP, out, um, "soon" on Deek.

Alive with the push and pull of the trio's mixed tastes, it finds Groves' softly-softly soprano leaning gently against a patent Jenkins beat and, just because, a beautiful Spanish-style strings finale to fade.

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Katy Perry well downloaded
Katy Perry is the top selling digital artist of all time, in case you wondered. Well, that's what the Recording Industry Association Of America reckons, and who are we to doubt the RIAA's math(s)? Perry's singles have been downloaded over 72 million times worldwide, says the American industry's trade body.

Perry last week picked up an award from the RIAA for the stat achievement (a moment she Instagrammed). Apparently, her 2010 hit 'Firework' has racked up the most downloads, at nine million sales. 'California Gurls' and 'ET' have sold seven million each, while 'Dark Horse', 'Hot N Cold' and 'Teenage Dream' have all been download six million times.

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Second Haim album "very soon", promise
Haim will release a follow-up to their debut long player 'Days Are Gone' "very soon", they told 6 Music at Glastonbury on Friday.

Said keyboardist Alana Haim: "This is the first time we've ever written on the road. We're going home in a month to start recording. I promise record two won't come in six years, it'll come very soon".

So now you know.

Beyonce and Pharrell score double wins at BET Awards
So, it was the BET Awards in LA last night, the big annual back-slapping bash from America's Black Entertainment Television network, with both Beyonce and Pharrell scoring double wins, collecting the best female and male R&B gongs respectively, with Ms Knowles also getting Best Collaboration for her sing song with hubby Jay-Z, and Mr Williams walking away with a prize for the video to his track 'Happy'.

Hurrah. And here are the music winners from the night in full...

Best Female R&B/Pop Artist: Beyoncé
Best Male R&B/Pop Artist: Pharrell Williams
Best Male Hip Hop Artist: Drake
Best Female Hip Hop Artist: Nicki Minaj

Best Group: Young Money
Best Gospel Artist: Tamela Mann
Best New Artist: August Alsina
YoungStars Award: KeKe Palmer
Best Collaboration: Beyoncé featuring JAY Z - Drunk In Love

Video Of The Year: Pharrell Williams - Happy
Video Director Of The Year: Hype Williams

Centric Award: Jhené Aiko - The Worst
Best International Act - UK: Krept & Konan
Best International Act: Africa: Davido (Nigeria)

Jesus would allow gay clergy to marry, says Elton John
Elton John has said that Jesus would not approve of the Church Of England's "old and stupid" ban on gay members of the clergy getting married.

Speaking to Sky News during Pride weekend, the singer said: "If Jesus Christ was alive today, I cannot see him, as the Christian person that he was and the great person that he was, saying this could not happen. He was all about love and compassion and forgiveness and trying to bring people together and that's what the church should be about".=

The Church Of England, he said, could learn a lot from Catholic Church CEO Pope Francis: "The new Pope has been wonderful, he's excited me so much. He's stripped it down to the bare bones and said it's all basically about love".

John also discussed Russian leader Vladimir Putin, whose track record on gay rights has been particularly controversial in recent years, not least with the introduction of new laws banning the 'promotion' of homosexuality. The singer said he hoped to discuss this with Putin when he visits Russia to perform in Saint Petersburg in November.

"I will see Putin and talk to him", he said. "I don't know what good it will do though".

 
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