Once you can sell music on Google, will you ever need a label again?

I have a feeling that Google Music, launching soon, will change the landscape more than iTunes or amazon has done.

And that means classical, too.

Google has announced partnerships with Universal/EMI and Sony, leaving Warner temporarily out in the cold.

But it is also offering artists a page of their own for $25 and 70 percent of the sale proceeds.

If I were an orchestra, I would ask myself: why give free tapes for release on commercial labels when I can sell them on Google for more?

And if I were an independent artist, the answer would be even more obvious.

Read on here.

And start talking to this smart lady:

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