Deadlines/Brief

Music videos are so 80s/90s, right? They belong with the era when MTV screened wall-to-wall vids instead of 'reality' TV? Try telling that to the millions who bought Gangnam Style; were they really simply loving the music? 1.6bn (and still climbing) have viewed the video on YT, not to mention the many re-makes (school eg, eg2), viral ads + celeb link-ups (even political protest in Seoul) - and it doesn't matter how legit it is, this nightmare for daydream Beliebers is making a lot of money, even from the parodies + dislikes. All this for a simple dance track that wouldn't have sounded out of place in 1990 ... but had a fun vid. This meme itself was soon displaced by the Harlem Shake. Music vids even cause diseases it seems!
This blog explores every aspect of this most postmodern of media formats, including other print-based promo tools used by the industry, its fast-changing nature, + how fans/audiences create/interact. Posts are primarily written with Media students/educators in mind. Please acknowledge the blog author if using any resources from this blog - Mr Dave Burrowes

Saturday, 19 March 2011

DIGIPAKS: the small details

Most of the examples I've seen have failed to include the small print that features in most - track writer, copyright etc (often 'with thanks to' list). You really do need to be sat with actual examples to guide you - it would also be an idea to have a copy of one of the band's albums too!!!
I don't have a scan to hand, so here's an eg of the type (and scale) of small print material that might be included (its long, so click 'read more' to see it all).


re-release of "I Do Not Want.." special edition PDF Print
There will be a re-release of "I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got" including a few special tracks that are hard to find or unreleased.
Here are the details I got from EMI Music:

Sinéad O’Connor
‘I Do Not Want What I Haven’t Got’
(special edition)



CD ICPN:
DD ICPN:

Original album

1.  Feels So Different
2.  I Am Stretched On Your Grave
3.  Three Babies
4.  The Emperor’s New Clothes
5.  Black Boys On Mopeds
6.  Nothing Comares 2 U
7.  Jump In The River
8.  You Cause As Much Sorrow
9.  Last Day Of Our Aquaintance
10.  I Do Not Want What I Haven’t Got

Bonus disc

1.  Night Nurse
Produced by Daniel Lanois. Previously unreleased.

2.  My Special Child
Released as a single in May 1991.

3.  Damn Your Eyes
B-side to ‘Three Babies’.

4.  Silent Night (long version)
Released as a single in December 1991. This version from ‘The Ghosts of Oxford Street’ soundtrack.

5.  You Do Something To Me
From the Cole Porter tribute album ‘Red Hot & Blue’.

6.  Mind Games
Produced by Daniel Lanois. Previously unreleased.

7.  What Do You Want
B-side to ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes’.

8.  I Am Stretched On Your Grave (Apple Brightness Mix)
B-side to ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes’.

9.  Troy (live in London)
B-side to ‘Three Babies’.

10.  I Want Your Hands On Me (live at Hammersmith Odeon)
BBC In Concert 25/5/90.


DISC ONE:

1.  Feel So Different
(Sinéad O’Connor)
Strings arranged + directed by Nick Ingman

2.  I Am Stretched On Your Grave
(F. O’Connor / vocal melody by Phillip King)
Arranged by Sinéad, Chris and John
Fiddle - Steve Wickham

3.  Three Babies
(Sinéad O’Connor)
Acoustic guitar, keyboards + percussion - Sinéad
Strings arranged by Sinéad + directed by Nick Ingman

4.  The Emperor’s New Clothes
(Sinéad O’Connor)
Drums - John Reynolds
Bass - Andy Rourke
Electric guitar - Marco Pirroni
Acoustic guitar - Sinéad

5.  Black Boys On Mopeds
(Sinéad O’Connor)
Arranged by Sinéad + Karl Wallinger
Acoustic guitar - Sinéad

6.  Nothing Compares 2 U *
(Prince)

7.  Jump In The River
(Sinéad O’Connor / Pirroni)
Drum programming, electric guitar, keyboards - Sinéad
Bass, acoustic guitar - Andy Rourke

8.  You Cause As Much Sorrow
(Sinéad O’Connor)
Acoustic guitar + piano - Dave Munday
Bass - Andy Rourke
Drums - John Reynolds

9.  The Last Day Of Our Aquaintance
(Sinéad O’Connor)
Acoustic guitar - Sinéad
Bass - Jah Wobble
Drums - John Reynolds

10.  I Do Not Want What I Haven’t Got
(Sinéad O’Connor)


Published by EMI Music Publishing except
Track 2 - Mulligan Music / Virgin Music Pubs Ltd.
Track 6 - Warner / Chappell
Track 7 - Dizzy Heights Music Publishing Ltd. / Chrysalis Music Ltd. / EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
Track 8 - Dizzy Heights Music Publishing Ltd. / Chrysalis Music Ltd.

Produced by Sinéad except ‘Nothing Compares 2 U’ produced by Sinéad + Nellee Hooper

Engineered by Chris Birkett
‘Three Babies’ engineered by Chris Birkett + Sean Devitt at S.T.S Dublin
Cover photo by Dominique Le Rigoleur
Black + white photography by David Hoffman (refers to Colin Roach picture in original booklet, check other credits)

Cover by John Maybury

Original recording made by Ensign Limited, a division of Chrysalis Records Limited, and released in 1990.

Digital remaster (P) 2009 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Chrysalis Records Ltd.

Thanks to
The Roach Family
Elaine Schok, Karen Brown, Steve Wickham
All my family
Marco, Andy, Dave, Karl, Chris + Jan, Joseph
Pat Savage, Nikki Whelan, John Maybury,
Gerry Stafford, Alan McDonald, Baillie Walsh,
John Kennedy, Derry Film + Video, Fachtna,
Nigel + Chris, Doreen, Carol, Paul Conroy, B.P. Fallon,
Mike Bone, Steve Horse, Nellee Hooper, Gota
Ciara O’Flanagan, Kevin Moore, Christophe Magny,
Steve Fargnoli, M.C. Lyte, James Tod, Bill Coleman, Sean Devitt
The Stud Bros, Liam McCoy, Al Cattarnach, Agnes Garland,
Teena Piggott, the Johnson family, the first Priority Crew,
M.C. Duke, Michie Mee, Christy, Val, Juno, Andy, Padraic,
Ina Maibach, Winnie, Barbara Skydell, Frank Barcelona,
the Pogues, Dominique le Rigoleur, Eamonn McCann, Legs McNeil,
John Richmond, Dave Stewart, Robbie + Fee + Scarlett,
Shane Lanigan, NSO, Leroy + the dread broadcasting company.

Special thanks to Selina Marshall + Warren Kenton for showing me that all I’d need was inside me.

Extra special thanks to my Johnny and my Jakey.

This record is dedicated to my father, with love.

God’s place is the world but the world is not God’s place



BONUS DISC:

1.  Night Nurse
(Gregory Issacs / Sylvester Weise)  Charisma Music Publishing Co. Ltd. / EMI Copyright Holdings Ltd.
Mixed by John Reynolds
Produced by Daniel Lanois
(P) 2009 Chrysalis Records Ltd.
Previously unreleased

2.  My Special Child
(Sinéad O’Connor)  EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
Acoustic guitar - Marco Pirroni
Drums - John Reynolds
Uillean pipes and whistle - Liam Óg Ó’Floinn, arranged by Dónal Lunny
Strings - Irish Chamber Orchestra, arranged by Nick Ingman and Sinéad
Produced by Sinéad
Co-produced and engineered by Chris Birkett
Digital remaster (P) 2009 Chrysalis Records Ltd.
Released as a single in May 1991

3.  Damn Your Eyes
(B. Wyrick / S. Bogard)  Intersong Music Ltd. / Chappell Music Ltd.
Produced by Sinéad
Engineered by John Lemon
Mixed by John Williams
Digital remaster (P) 2009 Chrysalis Records Ltd.
B-side to ‘Three Babies’, released in October 1990

4.  Silent Night (long version)
(Traditional)
Produced by Sinead O’Connor and Peter Gabriel
Keyboards by Peter Gabriel
Recorded at Real World Studios
Digital remaster (P) 2009 Chrysalis Records Ltd.
Released as a single in December 1991. This long version is from ‘The Ghosts of Oxford Street’ soundtrack.

5.  You Do Something To Me
(Cole Porter)  Chappell Music Ltd.
(P) 1990 King Cole Inc.
From the Cole Porter tribute album ‘Red Hot & Blue’, released in October 1990

6.  Mind Games
(John Lennon)  Lenono Music
Mixed by John Reynolds
Produced by Daniel Lanois
(P) 2009 Chrysalis Records Ltd.
Previously unreleased

7.  What Do You Want
(Sinéad O’Connor)  EMI Music Publishing
Digital remaster (P) 2009 Chrysalis Records Ltd.
B-side to ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes’, released in July 1990

8.  I Am Stretched On Your Grave (Apple Brightness Mix)
(F. O’Connor / vocal melody by Phillip King)  Mulligan Music / Virgin Music Pubs Ltd.
Remix by Bill Coleman for Peace Biscuit Productionc
Digital remaster (P) 2009 Chrysalis Records Ltd.
B-side to ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes’, released in July 1990

9.  Troy (recorded ‘live’ in London)
(Sinéad O’Connor)  Dizzy Heights Music Pub. Ltd. / Chrysalis Music Ltd.
Digital remaster (P) 2009 Chrysalis Records Ltd.
B-side to ‘Three Babies’, released in October 1990

10.  I Want Your Hands On Me (live at Hammersmith Odeon)
(Sinéad O’Connor / John Reynolds / Rob Dean / Mike Clowes / Richard Holifield)  Zomba Music Publishers Ltd. / Freddy Bienstock Music Ltd./Carlin / Chrysalis Music Ltd. / Dizzy Heights Music Publishing Ltd.
(P) 2009 BBC
NEED BBC LAB CO
BBC In Concert 25/5/90, previously unreleased


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(P) 2009 The copyright in this compilation is owned by Chrysalis Records Ltd.
© 2009 Chrysalis Records Ltd.
This label copy information is the subject of copyright protection. All rights reserved.
© 2009 Chrysalis Records Ltd.


Reissue credits:

Bonus disc compilation and sleeve notes by John Reynolds
Remastering by Adam Nunn at Abbey Road Studios, London
Design by …
Photo credits …
Co-ordination for EMI by Libby Jones and Jo Brooks
Thanks to Steve Davis and Nigel Reeve at EMI

Special thanks to Sinéad O’Connor, John Reynolds and Fachtna O’Ceallaigh

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