Rick Rubin – The Music Man – Takin over the dying Columbia/Sony

Rick Rubin  / Lynn Hirschberg Photo Beginning in 1984, when he started Def Jam Recordings, until his more recent occupation as a career-transforming, chart-topping, Grammy Award-winning producer, Rick Rubin has never gone to an office of any kind. That wasn’t a problem: Columbia didn’t want Rubin to punch a clock. It wanted him to save the company. And just maybe the record business. This is a step in the right direction for musicians of all genres and label affiliation (or lack thereof)

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did you know?  This may been been the bear that was going to terrorize me in my sleep while camping.
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  1. Rubin is the man…Most producers wish they could be like him, and all musicians wish they could work with him. The guy has a miraculous ear and according to musicians that I know that have worked with him, the guy is honest and lets you know when he doesn’t like something. We need more people like him.

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