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This Week In Music Commentary

Music commentators this week shared their thoughts and opinions on how old school talent can transition to a modern music economy, the RIAA gets confused, and we hear a brief but poignant history of 1/8 inch headphone jack. Can Old School Label Talent Transition To Digital? [Jon Maples] Will Someone...
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