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Remembering Bert Padell, the Accountant Who Got Hip-Hop Paid in Full

Seemingly everyone with a track record in New York’s music industry has a story about meeting accountant Bert Padell at his offices at 1775 Broadway, and, later, on West 56th Street. Visits would typically include a tour of the extensive sports memorabilia and album plaque collection that covered every inch ... More »
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