From Xerox To Infinity-Copy Right? Wrong!
Almost all music is distributed today in digital, rather than analog, thanks to itunes Back in analog days, music insisted on being triaged by a record label, and produced in commercial recording studios where musicians were often backed up by large symphonic orchestras.
In France this week, I met with Legendary Record Producer Jean Claude Pierric, who showed me his albums, a catalog of 2000 plus Jazz Funk hits from the 60's, 70's and 80's.
Like the Beatles, JC resisted the allure of digital downloads, instead selling old-fashioned compact discs after remastering his catalog. Of course, his songs still made their way to digital. Many hip hop artists are "inspired" by his sound(s).
As Picasso once said, Good artists copy, great artists steal. Make the call- Do these two sound alike? Are The Beat Nuts GR8!
Jean Claude Pierric 70z funk Black Night
Rappers Beat Nuts 90's Muchacha Heist version