EMI sees Paul McCartney take his solo catalog with him
The record company EMI has to watch another of his big
names to pack up with its catalog and it is a big one.
Paul McCartney, who launched his last two albums with Concord Music Group, a California company, has also decided to give him all his solo catalog by ending its contract with EMI.
In recent years, are Radiohead, The Rolling Stones and Pink Floyd even, somehow, who regained control of their catalog at the expense of EMI.
Paul McCartney has explained his decision to leave because he has with EMI Music Concord excellent relationship based on their common love of music. With them, he put on the market in 2007 Memory Almost Full "and" Good Evening New York City in 2009, a double CD of a DVD of his show in New York.
With his new company, he was heard out of his old records one by one with new bonus material for each of them. This Band On The Run, published in 1973, which will be the first to be updated with a release planned for August.