Monday, January 8, 2007

The best place to start a musical argument:

I think that Bob Lefsetz wrote his own blurb. Doesn't John Updike
write his, too. This disinhibited blog is at its best when the author
is making coherent and surprising arguments about music, the music
industry, and the future of both. Its interesting when he's just

Who is Bob Lefsetz

Bob Lefsetz is the author of "The Lefsetz Letter." Famous for being
beholden to no one and speaking the truth, Lefsetz addresses the issues
that are at the core of the music business: downloading, copy
protection, pricing and the music itself.

His intense brilliance captivates readers from Steven Tyler to Rick
Nielsen to Bryan Adams to Quincy Jones to EVERYBODY who's in the music

Never boring, always entertaining, Bob's insights are fueled by his
stint as an entertainment business attorney, majordomo of Sanctuary
Music's American division and consultancies to major labels.

"The Lefsetz Letter" has been publishing for the past 20 years. First
as hard copy, most recently as an email newsletter and now, for the
first time, in blog form.