Conversation and Case Study on
The RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America)

This is part of a continuing conversation and case study on the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America).

The RIAA has testified before congress that they do not represent the artists.

The following comments originated with Larry Feldman, esquire. Mr. Feldman does represent artists. Included in the list of musicians that Larry has helped, are: Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame inductees Carl Gardner of the Coaster and Bill Pinkney of The Drifters, Lester Chambers of The Chambers Brothers, Tony Silvester of the Main Ingredient and many others.


I would like to suggest a boycott of the RIAA.

My idea is to start four or five sites all pumping out our message, which will be written by,,, Evensteven (deadstreams / even steven ) , (and some more people from the mailing list. We will start a new Bulletin Board at (sidd, wally, you can talk me through), but we already know the interface of UBB and it worked well. Lets get it going!! (Recording Industry Auditing Association of America)

[Anybody want or ?]

I'm sure will join in with something. I just told griffin to put him on the mailing list. We should drag him down to a dinner just to freak him out.

Any ideas are welcome. This is our distribution list for this project, code name Recording Industry Auditing Association of America.

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