Country from 1940s

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American History

 

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Albert L

 

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March 19, 2017

 

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University

 

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(BMI) -Slowly people were signing with BMI, most important was Ralph Peer's Southern Music Publishing. -When the disputes were finally settled in 1941, popular music had changed drastically. -On the tail of the broadcasting ban, the musicians' union, American Federation of Musicians (AFM) went on strike...
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1940s Country Goes National Changes in the Recording Industry -In the 1930s there were basically three types of radio stations: the large networks, the network afilliates,and the idependent stations. -Agroup called the American Society of Composers Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) was in control of the song copyrights...
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