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You just can’t make this stuff up!

Fact:  “Zomba was major music publishing for Jive Records now BMG-Zomba publishing company and placed it within Universal Music Publishing Group, becoming the world’s largest music publishing business.”

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Zomba’s Initial Response to allegations of copyright Infringements came in these envelopes marked ‘COMICS’

Zomba’s Initial Response to allegations of copyright Infringements came in these envelopes marked ‘COMICS’

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Below:  This page is directly from major music publishing contract and it shows the songs listed, which demonstrates Zomba’s knowledge of works. They later deny possession of listed works.

Note: Brownstone is listed as looking for work on Zomba’s casting sheet. Their song, “If You Love Me” was the first song using my lyrics and melodies mentioned in Lawsuit.

​Google Tactics –

WHAT DON’T THEY WANT YOU TO KNOW?​

The other websites had the same upload but they have it posted correctly…

​Google Tactics – Google Search shows my book for $0.99 on Amazon; Of course, this is incorrect. Amazon has the correct price but Google is being real shady with this search results. Yes, I have asked them to remove listing repeatedly.

Finally, I was able to have Music Business: It’s a Dirty Game! removed from their Google Books and Google Play websites.

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Google Images Search for:  Music Business: It’s a Dirty Game!

Google Images Search under ‘Music Business: It’s a Dirty Game’ shows images taken from my book and then immediately list this idiot on the comode, counting money…and…a penny listed a little ways down…’I wonder why that is?’

I purchased an Ad from Facebook and this is a copy of Ad tracking where they stopped all activity at $2.11.

I guess if you have millions of dollars and entertainment avenues at your disposal, it would be easy to use these resources to inflict harm and hinder individuals but it should not be that way in the ‘Land of the Free’. They should be held accountable.

Note: On June 24, 1996, I provided court with 2nd/Revised Complaint that was ‘set forth in short, plain statements’ as required by law.

Note: U.S. District court seal, dated Jun 24, 1996 at 10:45am

Original Complaint filed On May 20, 1996, I filed a lawsuit against BMI, Zomba and Jive because of their lack of response to my request as to how BMG, MCA, EMI, WEA, Polygram and Jive have released songs which blatantly infringe upon my copyrights.

Note:On July 22, 1996, Courts dismissed my case prior to Zomba’s Response dated August 7, 1996.

I never had an opportunity to go before the judge and be heard. I never had my day in court. No court reporter, no court appearance, no right to be heard, etc…

Courts responded,‘Although it (complaint) is now in paragraph form, the amended complaint continues to be organized and incomprehensible. It is not a ‘short and plain statement’ of the basis for plaintiff’s claims…and does not abide by Federal Rules of Civil Procedure for pleading, it must be dismissed.’

As you can see above, my revised complaint complied completely with Fed. Rules of civil procedure but the courts ignored..was presented properly but was ignored.

Note: On June 24, 1996, I also had previously requested counsel be  assigned in accordance with Federal Rules of Civil Procedure to prevent protraction due to lack of management. See below...

Music Business: It’s A Dirty Game!

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Curse of the Dragon Lady. 1
Chapter 2: Childhood. 3
Chapter 3: My Family and Faith. 5
Chapter 4: The Journey to Me. 13
Chapter 5: Love and Marriage. 17
Chapter 6: The Fugitive Years. 21pter 7: In the Beginning – Music. 27
a.       First encounter which lead to Zomba. 33
b.       Initial Legal Consultation – Howard Hertz of Hertz, Schram & Saretsky. 38
c.       Zomba’s Publishing contract 43
Chapter 8: Journals. 77
a.       Casting Sheets. 79
Chapter 9: The Games Began. 81
a.       List of Zomba’s Roster of Writers. 86
b.       Royalty statement from Zomba = Joke. 94
Chapter 10: Emotions. 99
Chapter 11: The Dangling Carrot 101
a.       Copyrighted Registration Information. 102
b.       Proof of delivery / Express Mail receipts. 118
c.       Letter sent to Zomba/Jive regarding Betrayal 121
d.      Letter sent to Zomba/Jive regarding Warner Chapel Deal 124
e.       Completed Split sheets for musical works submitted to Zomba. 125
Chapter 12: Coping methods. 132
a.       Front Men–Hankerson, Powell, political connections. 133
b.       Governmental, Local Agencies and Groups contacted. 137
c.       Defensive Mode. 139
Chapter 13: Forgive, Never Forget 141
Chapter 14: Betrayal 142
Chapter 15: Tragedy at Home. 146
a.       Letter to Governor of Michigan by Mother 150
b.       Grievance letters sent to: Zomba & Grubman, Indursky, Schindler & Goldstein. 154
c.       Copies of original Certified Mail receipts. 155
d.      Attorney Alexander Kuhne’s response to Grievance Commission. 160
e.       Zomba/Jive’s response to allegations of copyright infringements. 164
f.       Zomba’s envelopes marked with the words “COMICS”. 166
g.       Mail Tampering and Mail delays. 172
h.       Zomba’s Idea of Resolution and Response. 174
i.        Lawsuit filed against Zomba/Jive. 177
j.        Zomba/Jive History and Information from Wikipedia. 229
k.       Facts surrounding my life – Police, Family, Events. 239
Chapter 16: Furthering my Education. 271
a.       College Assignment: Two page Obituary and an Epitaph. 271
Chapter 17: The Last Straw – Michigan. 274
Chapter 18: Life in Las Vegas NV.. 275
Chapter 19: Georgia: The Return. 278
Chapter 20:  Twenty years later – 2012. 281
Chapter 21: Friends. 287

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This book exposes corruption in the music industry, exposing the court system; wherein, not everyone has equal rights and how everyday people are stripped of their futures!
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This is not a ‘puff piece’ about the glitz and glamour of the business!
“This book also contains supporting documentation; copyrights, public records, court documents and personal dated journal entries that cannot be disputed nor denied, contracts with Zomba major music publishing for Jive Records now BMG-Zomba publishing company and placed it within Universal Music Publishing Group, becoming the world’s largest music publishing business .”
This book will take you on a journey from the excitement of having a music publishing contract with a major music company to the realization that slavery still exist because you have been working for free – ‘the system’ refused to help.