Maria Callas without the sound – a successful relaunch

You would expect a major record company to supply sound with its product, wouldn’t you?

Well, it seems to be beyond the present skill set of EMI, as the poor old label lies on the Citibank chopping block.

This week, EMI launched The Callas Effect – a compilation of old tracks and pics – and put up a four-minute trailer on youtube.

Without sound.

Watch it here.

Not a peep.

Next time I get asked out to lunch by EMI, I’m taking sandwiches.

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  • Thank heavens !! at last !!! you don’t have to hear the shrieking and yowling .
    She is never as good as when you can’t hear her . Forget the sandwiches, bring on the champagne .

  • “Next time I get asked out to lunch by EMI, I’m taking sandwiches.”
    Thanks for that witty post. How about taking just the filling? Maybe they’ll provide the bread…

    “Thank heavens !! at last !!! you don’t have to hear the shrieking and yowling .
    She is never as good as when you can’t hear her . Forget the sandwiches, bring on the champagne.”
    @Ariel: While I think everyone is entitled to their opinion, I still think that if you have nothing constructive or nice, or both, to say about a certain artist, then don’t say it. It’s a waste of space, time. Both yours and others’.

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