'And Party Every Day' The Inside Story Of Casablanca Records
October 14, 2009 at 2:25 PM (PT)
LARRY HARRIS, the co-founder and former SVP/Managing Dir. of CASABLANCA RECORDS (on BACKBEAT BOOKS), and co-authors CURT GOOCH and JEFF SUHS takes the readers on an in-depth look into the remarkable story of one of the most influential record companies of the 1970's.
CASABLANCA, making its debut in 1973, came off the floor based on hope and the enthusiasm of the founder, NEIL BOGART, and turned into the hottest label in the world in less than five years. With acts like KISS, DONNA SUMMER, THE VILLAGE PEOPLE and tons more, their success was undeniable. Using powerful marketing techniques and believing that perception is reality they made the world know their name and want to play their music.
Although the rise and success of the company are worth talking about, the crash was just as quick and spectacular. The book takes you on an inside tour of the company and their business tactics that made them who they are.
For info, contact HARRIS at (360) 417-8138 or email@example.com.