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Rewired Records

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Tropical Records

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S2 Entertainment Company

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"I am psyched to get this ...

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"I am psyched to get this launched today; Sunset Music Publishing can show how it is one of the integral parts of us building one the most innovative and progressive music companies in the world and besides that recognition for the company, this is just another way for us to showcase our catalog that is available for the production music industry today," says head of Sunset, Don Lichterman. He goes onto say that "doing things the automated way online continues to grow how businesses gets done in general, and in this case, music supervisors, can now review and retrieve our music at any time. Sunset Music has more than 150 entries on the nomination ballot for the 54th Grammy Awards this year and (Don) Lichterman says that from what he does see growing in this part of the industry is that "more companies are sprouting up with a system like I have set up at Sunset. Lichterman describes "Universal's (Universal Music Publishing) amazing system which after I saw the launch of it last month, and I merely expanded on their concept of dealing online, however at Sunset, you can check right out using our own e-commerce."

Lichterman and Sunset also have one of the only A&R Submittal tools in place, and the company now does it royalty payments and statements online and paperless.
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Don Lichterman's Three Weeks In June is set to hit every store this month, and will be available at any place that sells paperback books, eBooks and audio books!
Traveling in America has never been the same, the Don Lichterman book, Three Weeks In June, is not just a book about travelling all over the United States. (Don) Lichterman's route in America, explores his visit to an Indian Reservation, to the largest music festival, on a rock bands final tour, while travelling all over the United States. The adventure is helped along by him losing his cell phone, his wallet, all of his money, and he broke his pda while managing to somehow receive cash from a Western Union, get his tickets replaced for any shows, rented a car and got on an airplane without any identification. "This is not just a story about what I did for that three weeks span of time," the author, Don Lichterman says about his newly published book, "this is a very political book."
The book, Three Weeks In June also discusses the controversy with the War on Drugs, the private jails and private prisons all over America while also discussing how corrupt the bank system is today, and how corporations should be responsible for their actions. "I touch into everything and I give solutions along with my pints, including how to gain jobs with ease today, let alone how gain huge revenues with those jobs, how to gain money in general with ease today, how to stop the ridiculous spending we do as a nation. "I also go off about how corrupt the criminal justice system is today and has been for decades," says (Don) Lichterman.
Don Lichterman is the founder, current chairman and head of the Sunset Entertainment Companies. Since starting in the entertainment industry he has garnered more than eleven (11) Gold, Platinum and Multi Platinum Records Awards issued to him by the Recording Association of America (R.I.A.A.), four (4) Gold, Platinum and Multi Platinum A.R.I.A. (Australian Recording Industry Association), and has worked three of the largest and most successful entertainment companies in the world. Lichterman has been a participant at the Grammys on The Hill Advocacy Day, on behalf of the Recording Academy, at the Senate Building in Washington DC for last two years in a row in 2010 and 2011. He was also presented all around achievement award for most successful year ever at major record company.
(Don) Lichterman also shows his colors by making no bones about growing up on Grateful Dead tours confirming that he has seen exactly 381 shows before Jerry Garcia died in 1995. He then says, "I think I somehow managed to have accumulated to see over 250 Phish shows since I first met the two of them at that Widespread Panic show at the Roxy in Hollywood" and "since I was first taken to see that band at their own show in 1994."
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About the Author, Don Lichterman: Don Lichterman is the founder, current chairman and head of the Sunset Entertainment Companies. Since starting in the entertainment industry he has garnered more than eleven (11) Gold, Platinum and Multi Platinum Records Awards issued to him by the Recording Association of America (R.I.A.A.), four (4) Gold, Platinum and Multi Platinum A.R.I.A. (Australian Recording Industry Association), and has worked three of the largest and most successful entertainment companies in the world. Participant for the Recording Academy at the Grammys on The Hill Advocacy Day at the Senate Building in Washington DC for last two years in a row in 2010 and 2011.
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"This is an important time to be a part of the development of Nigerian world music," says Don Lichterman, the head of Tropical Records. And he says that "No-Limitt is the perfect Nigerian music artist and band leader to get his message to the rest of the world. (Don) Lichterman also says that "the album is a vital work of contemporary World Music," or what is described as an "Afrolife Master" sound or "Afrobeat."
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Also, the new international recording deal with No-Limitt and Tropical / Sunset will have an aggregate customer/viewer base that is worldwide and the label head, Don Lichterman says that "having the ability to sign bands from anywhere in the world, and having the opportunity to then reach out to an international consumer fan base, is exciting for me as an A&R person in this industry today. (Don) Lichterman then says, "let alone making sales internationally is also what is most gratifying to me today because then, that then allows me to find new music while I gain knowledge of what consumers want from every country around the world," and Lichterman explains that he is also "working on hiring a great new team of people that share the same vision for my short and long term plans at the company."
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"Respect is another important artist for reggae music," says Don Lichterman, the head of Tropical Records, "and for the Tropical Record label (www.Tropical-Records.com).
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He (Don Lichterman) then says, "let alone us signing what I consider to be international star, like Pascal G, the label has come full circle since I started it two years ago in August, in the most perfect way."
(Don) Lichterman started Tropical Records while attending Sum fest in the summer of 2007 in Montego Bay, Jamaica in the West Indies. Since then, the label (Tropical Records) has been providing reggae music listeners with not only what is considered to be traditional roots reggae style of music, Tropical Records has also released specific dancehall styled reggae music artists since its inception two and a half years ago from this month. Since the start of his career, Respect has returned stronger than ever with this 'Take A Stand' CD and the "High Miles Punny" and "Silent Assassin" songs are already getting airplay in constant rotations at world music radio stations and on online radio stations, all over the world. His first single, "High Miles Punny" has really started to gain the attention of retailers, distributors (Sunset/Island Def Jam Digital) during the set up time this month, and that should lead to the sales of the new ' Take A Stand' CD that will be in stores on February 22 this month.
"Dancehall (reggae) styled artists and their songs are not only stronger than ever in today's marketplace," says (Don) Lichterman about the reggae artist, Respect, "but honestly, I also love that style of music myself because its fun quite frankly. The Tropical Record label seems to be intertwining what can be considered roots reggae music artists, along with dancehall reggae music artists that have mixed or added fusions bringing in other styles of music, to reggae songs. "I like taking a certain basis from an A&R and producer point of view when signing artists and putting together their albums," (Don) Lichterman continues to day say about his world music record label (Tropical Records), "and then what I always try to do is to expand on that basis if you will, with artists that can deliver colorful melodies and more avenues in songs than the verse, verse, chorus basic way people write songs."
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Respect was signed this month by Don Lichterman who heard the songs from the Take A Stand CD earlier this year, says that he "wanted to bring him (Respect) to the Tropical label" and that he "wants to get the CD out this year. The legendary reggae artist was quickly sought after by the Indy record label Tropical Records before signing the artist to the multi album recording deal.
"Respect is the perfect addition to the Tropical label," says Don Lichterman, the head of Tropical Records, and "we cannot wait to start working his music this month.
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North American audiences can potentially look forward to Pascal playing live;

"I not only plan on using ...

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"I not only plan on using this album to springboard a new sense of direction at Sunset Jazz (Recordings)", says label head, Don Lichterman, "we are also in hope of using Alex's (Aleksandar Jovanovic) A&R chops to gain more jazz acts for the label."

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The debut album being released at Sunset (Jazz) is inspired by "water" as in a state of a "form" and (Don) Lichterman says that he, "loves the concept" of it. He (Lichterman) goes on to say that he also "loves the deep traditional style of this band (Woodcock Group).
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Don Lichterman, the head of Sunset Jazz, says that he "very happy about the overall sense of direction we (Sunset Jazz Recordings) are headed at the jazz label at Sunset."
The traditional styled jazz trio was heard by record label head, Don Lichterman, and he quickly signed the band this month. "They are finishing up in the studio this week," (Don) Lichterman says about the Water Stories CD, and "I set that up for a second week in May release knowing that we will be done any day.
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Don Lichterman, the head of Sunset says that "Papa G. himself (John Garrison) is one of the top A&R people in the world, and my plan is to allow him and his staff to go off to sign any artists he works personally in the Memphis areas," and "because he books and promotes one of the best halls (The Minglewood) in one of the best music areas in the world (on Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee), I look forward to having him deliver new music to Sunset for many years. (Don) Lichterman also says that "he (Papa G.) Is on the pulse of picking up on new trends in music" and that Papa G. is also "on the pulse of hearing new bands that play live at the Memphis venues he books live shows. Lichterman goes on to say that he is "thrilled to work with Papa G. as a great extension to my company," let alone "watching him do his A&R for Sunset because he has brought me to hear some of the best arrays of music collectively, that I have heard in one sitting in many years."
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"Both of these artists are an enormous talent with key songs for radio so I want them out by the end of September this year," (Don) Lichterman says about the first two Papa G. titles being released in the Sunset Distribution system, "we (Sunset) are extremely psyched to be able to bring his (Papa G.) music, his bands and his sense of direction with music he works to the next obvious level in this industry, I also want to get his music and bands out to more of a mainstream and global audience.
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"Considering it's a classical music album," says Don Lichterman, the head of the Sunset Classics & Jazz (SC&J) division at Sunset, "there are accessible mainstream pop elements to his arrangements. Many songs on this album do have that mainstream accessibility of a Mike Oldfield and Vangelis have done with their classical music. Lichterman goes on to say that "is exactly the sense of direction we headed with the Michalis (Terzis) CD."
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"The sky is the limit (so to speak) with this artist," says Don Lichterman, the head of the Sunset Classics & Jazz (SC&J) company at Sunset's record label. "You can not only hear how accessible his music is right away when you hear every song, he is one of the top international artists in the world today. Lichterman also says that it "seems like he shares my vision because he will no doubt have his music show up soon in film, TV, commercials, he is also poised to do film scores for movies and those types of productions," and "I am so excited about this final recording, let alone to see what Michalis (Terzis) music will being to media, technology and most of all, I cannot wait to see how the world takes to his incredible compositions."
Don Lichterman, Chairman, CEO, President and Founder, Sunset, says that "Michalis (Terzis) is one of the most wide ranging and most gifted classical music artists in the world today," and he "welcomes his vast musical talent and his vast international appeal not only at Sunset Classics, but also at the all of the Sunset Entertainment companies. "We are looking forward to working with Michalis (Terzis) for decades and honestly, my plan is to make sure his music is made available to people for centuries and even perpetually," says (Don) Lichterman and he continues to say that the label (SC&J) will "create an innovative experience for Michalis (Terzis) with some unique ways to allow fans to experience his (Michalis Terzis) musical genius and I have the vision to utilize his technical savvy with a lot of multimedia surrounding his life performances"
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Aficionados of classical music can hear influences to Grieg, Saint-Saëns, Massenet, Debussy, Pugno and Diémer and Lichterman goes on to say, "my goal at Sunset Classics is to make every title we release an essential part of the collection for everyone that listens to classical music."
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"He's an absolute brilliant pianist," says (Don) Lichterman, and that "every song on this CD is alluring to classical music fans.
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Don Lichterman, Head of Sunset says, "It was easy to hear in the music by Rick (Starmer) that he is one of the most adoring, vigorous and critically acclaimed pianists in the world, and we have so much to work.
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"I am not only excited to be a part of his career, I expect him to do a lot of licensing considering his style of music," Lichterman continues to say today.
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Lichterman says that "I think it took maybe two days before he turned over more music that would easily be placed any album of this nature.
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Online Retail Company, Sunset Vending is being launched this week by founder Don Lichterman.
New online music merchandise retailer Sunset Vending (www.Sunset-Vending.com) is being launched by Sunset Records founder Don Lichterman.
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"I am in hope that the Sunset Vending Company will give us the ability to showcase some cool band merchandise," says Don Lichterman, the head of Sunset Vending, "and that has already begun to pay off because even just yesterday; I picked up a unique product line hand made by a fan of the band Sekshun 8."
(Don) Lichterman then says, that he "implemented the merch company's business plan in the same exact way that I started my other companies at Sunset, which is to accompany my new signings with established, branded and legendary music artists.
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Don Lichterman, the head of Sunset say that "After using a few solutions over the last three years, and considering my vision for my online infrastructure at Sunset, dealing with this transition now was an easy decision to make this month. (Don) Lichterman goes onto say that "moving our content to our new servers is not only the first step in becoming environmentally sound at work, it is also long overdue for us to be using an environmentally conscious, carbon neutral online business model," and "it starts with how we house our content on its servers. Lichterman also feels that in doing this now at Sunset, "we will always be able to cater to our growing company and this is just more incentive and added value that our staff and artists get when you work at the world's greenest record label".
Sunset is also known for starting one of the most comprehensive and critically acclaimed digital only record labels this last year with Sunset Connect (www.SunsetConnect.com). "(Sunset) Connect became very well known this year and the press has been over the top great for us gaining the recognition after starting a label like Sunset Connect this year," says Lichterman, and "now, there is zero hypocrisy which is why I felt so good after making that change this month. Sunset will also provide their staffers, labels and artists even more secure and even more compliant to the digital millennium Acts and "without a huge investment in resources and/or man hours," and Lichterman ends the conversation saying that "I am so happy to have this added value implemented to our online solution."
Sunset is one of the forefront runners and one of the most innovative record labels in the world. The company's web site infrastructure is powered with 100% renewable wind and solar energy (90% wind, 10% solar) rendering its servers and business operations carbon neutral. Don Lichterman and his Sunset record Labels take practicing social responsibility and its overall Green Movement on its daily business operations, to another level this month.
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"The Sunset Records partnership with Vio Mobile emphasizes our continued expansion to get our music placed in every worldwide distribution channel and then also highlights how we can integrate our content with ease," says Don Lichterman, the Head of Sunset Records. "I was impressed right away with what Ivan (Woodson) has built at his company," says Lichterman about this deal and that

Also, the new international recording deal ...

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Also, the new international recording deal with No-Limitt and Tropical / Sunset will have an aggregate customer/viewer base that is worldwide and the label head, Don Lichterman says that "having the ability to sign bands from anywhere in the world, and having the opportunity to then reach out to an international consumer fan base, is exciting for me as an A&R person in this industry today. (Don) Lichterman then says, "let alone making sales internationally is also what is most gratifying to me today because then, that then allows me to find new music while I gain knowledge of what consumers want from every country around the world," and Lichterman explains that he is also "working on hiring a great new team of people that share the same vision for my short and long term plans at the company."

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"Respect is another important artist for reggae music," says Don Lichterman, the head of Tropical Records, "and for the Tropical Record label (www.Tropical-Records.com).
...
He (Don Lichterman) then says, "let alone us signing what I consider to be international star, like Pascal G, the label has come full circle since I started it two years ago in August, in the most perfect way."
(Don) Lichterman started Tropical Records while attending Sum fest in the summer of 2007 in Montego Bay, Jamaica in the West Indies. Since then, the label (Tropical Records) has been providing reggae music listeners with not only what is considered to be traditional roots reggae style of music, Tropical Records has also released specific dancehall styled reggae music artists since its inception two and a half years ago from this month. Since the start of his career, Respect has returned stronger than ever with this 'Take A Stand' CD and the "High Miles Punny" and "Silent Assassin" songs are already getting airplay in constant rotations at world music radio stations and on online radio stations, all over the world. His first single, "High Miles Punny" has really started to gain the attention of retailers, distributors (Sunset/Island Def Jam Digital) during the set up time this month, and that should lead to the sales of the new ' Take A Stand' CD that will be in stores on February 22 this month.
"Dancehall (reggae) styled artists and their songs are not only stronger than ever in today's marketplace," says (Don) Lichterman about the reggae artist, Respect, "but honestly, I also love that style of music myself because its fun quite frankly. The Tropical Record label seems to be intertwining what can be considered roots reggae music artists, along with dancehall reggae music artists that have mixed or added fusions bringing in other styles of music, to reggae songs. "I like taking a certain basis from an A&R and producer point of view when signing artists and putting together their albums," (Don) Lichterman continues to day say about his world music record label (Tropical Records), "and then what I always try to do is to expand on that basis if you will, with artists that can deliver colorful melodies and more avenues in songs than the verse, verse, chorus basic way people write songs."
...
Respect was signed this month by Don Lichterman who heard the songs from the Take A Stand CD earlier this year, says that he "wanted to bring him (Respect) to the Tropical label" and that he "wants to get the CD out this year. The legendary reggae artist was quickly sought after by the Indy record label Tropical Records before signing the artist to the multi album recording deal.
"Respect is the perfect addition to the Tropical label," says Don Lichterman, the head of Tropical Records, and "we cannot wait to start working his music this month.
...
North American audiences can potentially look forward to Pascal playing live; Don Lichterman (head of Tropical / Sunset Records) says that "we just started to talk about bringing him (Pacsal G.) to New York City" and to maybe even do "a North American tour.
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Don Lichterman, the head of Sunset says that "Papa G. himself (John Garrison) is one of the top A&R people in the world, and my plan is to allow him and his staff to go off to sign any artists he works personally in the Memphis areas," and "because he books and promotes one of the best halls (The Minglewood) in one of the best music areas in the world (on Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee), I look forward to having him deliver new music to Sunset for many years. (Don) Lichterman also says that "he (Papa G.) Is on the pulse of picking up on new trends in music" and that Papa G. is also "on the pulse of hearing new bands that play live at the Memphis venues he books live shows. Lichterman goes on to say that he is "thrilled to work with Papa G. as a great extension to my company," let alone "watching him do his A&R for Sunset because he has brought me to hear some of the best arrays of music collectively, that I have heard in one sitting in many years."
...
"Both of these artists are an enormous talent with key songs for radio so I want them out by the end of September this year," (Don) Lichterman says about the first two Papa G. titles being released in the Sunset Distribution system, "we (Sunset) are extremely psyched to be able to bring his (Papa G.) music, his bands and his sense of direction with music he works to the next obvious level in this industry, I also want to get his music and bands out to more of a mainstream and global audience.
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Don Lichterman, the head of Tropical says that he is "thrilled to work this international styled music artist and that for such young aged performer, he is very adult like when it comes to his music. (Don) Lichterman goes on to say that "I also love the added value having his "Tale Of Lola" music video included on the specially priced CD. The idea to use the music video as part of the CD came from (Don) Lichterman although he is quick to give that credit to his manufacturing arm and partner, ELS Productions.
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In recent months, Rachel Fine has put the finishing touch on her debut album, Own Your Own, also showcasing that music to the great Village crowds at some ultra hip and avant garde music venues in downtown New York City. (Rachel) Fine's nouveau and neo soul vocal style caught the ears of Sunset Records label head, Don Lichterman who said that "not only will we expand her distribution, her songs will be available right away for our licensing partners to work.
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"My goal with Rachel is to not only make sure she knows that she has a home to release her music," says (Don) Lichterman, "she also is very opened to having her music worked in some cool ways.
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The label also has plans to work her upcoming release to the "college market, alternative music market and to the adult (AAA, HOT AC, AC) music markets," says the label head (Don Lichterman).
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(Don) Lichterman also made hints to the artists doing "live downloads" of her shows to be released at Sunset Live (www.Sunset-Live.com).
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However, Don Lichterman, the head of Sunset Records / SSM says that there are "plans to franchise this concept with more languages like Hebrew and French," and that was always "the plan with Susan and me from day one."
After three years of study, research and development, this very special set comes out as a CD and the label has already made way for the entire set to be available as downloads and ringtones. Lichterman goes on to say that "Susan (Dezenhall Schwartz) seems thrilled to have this be placed in stores," and "I am thrilled to be working a project for kids.
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Don Lichterman, the head of Sunset said that "the best part of about this project is the overall reaction to it, and I am confidant by the pre sales at Amazon, let alone that initial reaction to the set, that this will be a great teaching and learning tool for kids and parents."Not only do I feel this set help people teach and learn Espanol, the songs are great to listen to in general," says (Don) Lichterman about the three CD set.
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Online Retail Company, Sunset Vending is being launched this week by founder Don Lichterman.
New online music merchandise retailer Sunset Vending (www.Sunset-Vending.com) is being launched by Sunset Records founder Don Lichterman.
...
"I am in hope that the Sunset Vending Company will give us the ability to showcase some cool band merchandise," says Don Lichterman, the head of Sunset Vending, "and that has already begun to pay off because even just yesterday; I picked up a unique product line hand made by a fan of the band Sekshun 8."
(Don) Lichterman then says, that he "implemented the merch company's business plan in the same exact way that I started my other companies at Sunset, which is to accompany my new signings with established, branded and legendary music artists.
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"Even though we are running this though the

Also, the new international recording deal ...

tropical-records.com [cached]

Also, the new international recording deal with No-Limitt and Tropical / Sunset will have an aggregate customer/viewer base that is worldwide and the label head, Don Lichterman says that "having the ability to sign bands from anywhere in the world, and having the opportunity to then reach out to an international consumer fan base, is exciting for me as an A&R person in this industry today. (Don) Lichterman then says, "let alone making sales internationally is also what is most gratifying to me today because then, that then allows me to find new music while I gain knowledge of what consumers want from every country around the world," and Lichterman explains that he is also "working on hiring a great new team of people that share the same vision for my short and long term plans at the company."

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"Respect is another important artist for reggae music," says Don Lichterman, the head of Tropical Records, "and for the Tropical Record label (www.Tropical-Records.com).
...
He (Don Lichterman) then says, "let alone us signing what I consider to be international star, like Pascal G, the label has come full circle since I started it two years ago in August, in the most perfect way."
(Don) Lichterman started Tropical Records while attending Sum fest in the summer of 2007 in Montego Bay, Jamaica in the West Indies. Since then, the label (Tropical Records) has been providing reggae music listeners with not only what is considered to be traditional roots reggae style of music, Tropical Records has also released specific dancehall styled reggae music artists since its inception two and a half years ago from this month. Since the start of his career, Respect has returned stronger than ever with this 'Take A Stand' CD and the "High Miles Punny" and "Silent Assassin" songs are already getting airplay in constant rotations at world music radio stations and on online radio stations, all over the world. His first single, "High Miles Punny" has really started to gain the attention of retailers, distributors (Sunset/Island Def Jam Digital) during the set up time this month, and that should lead to the sales of the new ' Take A Stand' CD that will be in stores on February 22 this month.
"Dancehall (reggae) styled artists and their songs are not only stronger than ever in today's marketplace," says (Don) Lichterman about the reggae artist, Respect, "but honestly, I also love that style of music myself because its fun quite frankly. The Tropical Record label seems to be intertwining what can be considered roots reggae music artists, along with dancehall reggae music artists that have mixed or added fusions bringing in other styles of music, to reggae songs. "I like taking a certain basis from an A&R and producer point of view when signing artists and putting together their albums," (Don) Lichterman continues to day say about his world music record label (Tropical Records), "and then what I always try to do is to expand on that basis if you will, with artists that can deliver colorful melodies and more avenues in songs than the verse, verse, chorus basic way people write songs."
...
Respect was signed this month by Don Lichterman who heard the songs from the Take A Stand CD earlier this year, says that he "wanted to bring him (Respect) to the Tropical label" and that he "wants to get the CD out this year. The legendary reggae artist was quickly sought after by the Indy record label Tropical Records before signing the artist to the multi album recording deal.
"Respect is the perfect addition to the Tropical label," says Don Lichterman, the head of Tropical Records, and "we cannot wait to start working his music this month.
...
North American audiences can potentially look forward to Pascal playing live; Don Lichterman (head of Tropical / Sunset Records) says that "we just started to talk about bringing him (Pacsal G.) to New York City" and to maybe even do "a North American tour.
...
Don Lichterman, the head of Sunset says that "Papa G. himself (John Garrison) is one of the top A&R people in the world, and my plan is to allow him and his staff to go off to sign any artists he works personally in the Memphis areas," and "because he books and promotes one of the best halls (The Minglewood) in one of the best music areas in the world (on Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee), I look forward to having him deliver new music to Sunset for many years. (Don) Lichterman also says that "he (Papa G.) Is on the pulse of picking up on new trends in music" and that Papa G. is also "on the pulse of hearing new bands that play live at the Memphis venues he books live shows. Lichterman goes on to say that he is "thrilled to work with Papa G. as a great extension to my company," let alone "watching him do his A&R for Sunset because he has brought me to hear some of the best arrays of music collectively, that I have heard in one sitting in many years."
...
"Both of these artists are an enormous talent with key songs for radio so I want them out by the end of September this year," (Don) Lichterman says about the first two Papa G. titles being released in the Sunset Distribution system, "we (Sunset) are extremely psyched to be able to bring his (Papa G.) music, his bands and his sense of direction with music he works to the next obvious level in this industry, I also want to get his music and bands out to more of a mainstream and global audience.
...
Don Lichterman, the head of Tropical says that he is "thrilled to work this international styled music artist and that for such young aged performer, he is very adult like when it comes to his music. (Don) Lichterman goes on to say that "I also love the added value having his "Tale Of Lola" music video included on the specially priced CD. The idea to use the music video as part of the CD came from (Don) Lichterman although he is quick to give that credit to his manufacturing arm and partner, ELS Productions.
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In recent months, Rachel Fine has put the finishing touch on her debut album, Own Your Own, also showcasing that music to the great Village crowds at some ultra hip and avant garde music venues in downtown New York City. (Rachel) Fine's nouveau and neo soul vocal style caught the ears of Sunset Records label head, Don Lichterman who said that "not only will we expand her distribution, her songs will be available right away for our licensing partners to work.
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"My goal with Rachel is to not only make sure she knows that she has a home to release her music," says (Don) Lichterman, "she also is very opened to having her music worked in some cool ways.
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The label also has plans to work her upcoming release to the "college market, alternative music market and to the adult (AAA, HOT AC, AC) music markets," says the label head (Don Lichterman).
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(Don) Lichterman also made hints to the artists doing "live downloads" of her shows to be released at Sunset Live (www.Sunset-Live.com).
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However, Don Lichterman, the head of Sunset Records / SSM says that there are "plans to franchise this concept with more languages like Hebrew and French," and that was always "the plan with Susan and me from day one."
After three years of study, research and development, this very special set comes out as a CD and the label has already made way for the entire set to be available as downloads and ringtones. Lichterman goes on to say that "Susan (Dezenhall Schwartz) seems thrilled to have this be placed in stores," and "I am thrilled to be working a project for kids.
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Don Lichterman, the head of Sunset said that "the best part of about this project is the overall reaction to it, and I am confidant by the pre sales at Amazon, let alone that initial reaction to the set, that this will be a great teaching and learning tool for kids and parents."Not only do I feel this set help people teach and learn Espanol, the songs are great to listen to in general," says (Don) Lichterman about the three CD set.
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Online Retail Company, Sunset Vending is being launched this week by founder Don Lichterman.
New online music merchandise retailer Sunset Vending (www.Sunset-Vending.com) is being launched by Sunset Records founder Don Lichterman.
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"I am in hope that the Sunset Vending Company will give us the ability to showcase some cool band merchandise," says Don Lichterman, the head of Sunset Vending, "and that has already begun to pay off because even just yesterday; I picked up a unique product line hand made by a fan of the band Sekshun 8."
(Don) Lichterman then says, that he "implemented the merch company's business plan in the same exact way that I started my other companies at Sunset, which is to accompany my new signings with established, branded and legendary music artists.
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"Even though we are running this though the

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Also, the new international recording deal with No-Limitt and Tropical / Sunset will have an aggregate customer/viewer base that is worldwide and the label head, Don Lichterman says that "having the ability to sign bands from anywhere in the world, and having the opportunity to then reach out to an international consumer fan base, is exciting for me as an A&R person in this industry today. (Don) Lichterman then says, "let alone making sales internationally is also what is most gratifying to me today because then, that then allows me to find new music while I gain knowledge of what consumers want from every country around the world," and Lichterman explains that he is also "working on hiring a great new team of people that share the same vision for my short and long term plans at the company."

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"Respect is another important artist for reggae music," says Don Lichterman, the head of Tropical Records, "and for the Tropical Record label (www.Tropical-Records.com).
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He (Don Lichterman) then says, "let alone us signing what I consider to be international star, like Pascal G, the label has come full circle since I started it two years ago in August, in the most perfect way."
(Don) Lichterman started Tropical Records while attending Sum fest in the summer of 2007 in Montego Bay, Jamaica in the West Indies. Since then, the label (Tropical Records) has been providing reggae music listeners with not only what is considered to be traditional roots reggae style of music, Tropical Records has also released specific dancehall styled reggae music artists since its inception two and a half years ago from this month. Since the start of his career, Respect has returned stronger than ever with this 'Take A Stand' CD and the "High Miles Punny" and "Silent Assassin" songs are already getting airplay in constant rotations at world music radio stations and on online radio stations, all over the world. His first single, "High Miles Punny" has really started to gain the attention of retailers, distributors (Sunset/Island Def Jam Digital) during the set up time this month, and that should lead to the sales of the new ' Take A Stand' CD that will be in stores on February 22 this month.
"Dancehall (reggae) styled artists and their songs are not only stronger than ever in today's marketplace," says (Don) Lichterman about the reggae artist, Respect, "but honestly, I also love that style of music myself because its fun quite frankly. The Tropical Record label seems to be intertwining what can be considered roots reggae music artists, along with dancehall reggae music artists that have mixed or added fusions bringing in other styles of music, to reggae songs. "I like taking a certain basis from an A&R and producer point of view when signing artists and putting together their albums," (Don) Lichterman continues to day say about his world music record label (Tropical Records), "and then what I always try to do is to expand on that basis if you will, with artists that can deliver colorful melodies and more avenues in songs than the verse, verse, chorus basic way people write songs."
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Respect was signed this month by Don Lichterman who heard the songs from the Take A Stand CD earlier this year, says that he "wanted to bring him (Respect) to the Tropical label" and that he "wants to get the CD out this year. The legendary reggae artist was quickly sought after by the Indy record label Tropical Records before signing the artist to the multi album recording deal.
"Respect is the perfect addition to the Tropical label," says Don Lichterman, the head of Tropical Records, and "we cannot wait to start working his music this month.
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North American audiences can potentially look forward to Pascal playing live; Don Lichterman (head of Tropical / Sunset Records) says that "we just started to talk about bringing him (Pacsal G.) to New York City" and to maybe even do "a North American tour.
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Don Lichterman, the head of Sunset says that "Papa G. himself (John Garrison) is one of the top A&R people in the world, and my plan is to allow him and his staff to go off to sign any artists he works personally in the Memphis areas," and "because he books and promotes one of the best halls (The Minglewood) in one of the best music areas in the world (on Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee), I look forward to having him deliver new music to Sunset for many years. (Don) Lichterman also says that "he (Papa G.) Is on the pulse of picking up on new trends in music" and that Papa G. is also "on the pulse of hearing new bands that play live at the Memphis venues he books live shows. Lichterman goes on to say that he is "thrilled to work with Papa G. as a great extension to my company," let alone "watching him do his A&R for Sunset because he has brought me to hear some of the best arrays of music collectively, that I have heard in one sitting in many years."
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"Both of these artists are an enormous talent with key songs for radio so I want them out by the end of September this year," (Don) Lichterman says about the first two Papa G. titles being released in the Sunset Distribution system, "we (Sunset) are extremely psyched to be able to bring his (Papa G.) music, his bands and his sense of direction with music he works to the next obvious level in this industry, I also want to get his music and bands out to more of a mainstream and global audience.
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Don Lichterman, the head of Tropical says that he is "thrilled to work this international styled music artist and that for such young aged performer, he is very adult like when it comes to his music. (Don) Lichterman goes on to say that "I also love the added value having his "Tale Of Lola" music video included on the specially priced CD. The idea to use the music video as part of the CD came from (Don) Lichterman although he is quick to give that credit to his manufacturing arm and partner, ELS Productions.
...
In recent months, Rachel Fine has put the finishing touch on her debut album, Own Your Own, also showcasing that music to the great Village crowds at some ultra hip and avant garde music venues in downtown New York City. (Rachel) Fine's nouveau and neo soul vocal style caught the ears of Sunset Records label head, Don Lichterman who said that "not only will we expand her distribution, her songs will be available right away for our licensing partners to work.
...
"My goal with Rachel is to not only make sure she knows that she has a home to release her music," says (Don) Lichterman, "she also is very opened to having her music worked in some cool ways.
...
The label also has plans to work her upcoming release to the "college market, alternative music market and to the adult (AAA, HOT AC, AC) music markets," says the label head (Don Lichterman).
...
(Don) Lichterman also made hints to the artists doing "live downloads" of her shows to be released at Sunset Live (www.Sunset-Live.com).
...
However, Don Lichterman, the head of Sunset Records / SSM says that there are "plans to franchise this concept with more languages like Hebrew and French," and that was always "the plan with Susan and me from day one."
After three years of study, research and development, this very special set comes out as a CD and the label has already made way for the entire set to be available as downloads and ringtones. Lichterman goes on to say that "Susan (Dezenhall Schwartz) seems thrilled to have this be placed in stores," and "I am thrilled to be working a project for kids.
...
Don Lichterman, the head of Sunset said that "the best part of about this project is the overall reaction to it, and I am confidant by the pre sales at Amazon, let alone that initial reaction to the set, that this will be a great teaching and learning tool for kids and parents."Not only do I feel this set help people teach and learn Espanol, the songs are great to listen to in general," says (Don) Lichterman about the three CD set.
...
Online Retail Company, Sunset Vending is being launched this week by founder Don Lichterman.
New online music merchandise retailer Sunset Vending (www.Sunset-Vending.com) is being launched by Sunset Records founder Don Lichterman.
...
"I am in hope that the Sunset Vending Company will give us the ability to showcase some cool band merchandise," says Don Lichterman, the head of Sunset Vending, "and that has already begun to pay off because even just yesterday; I picked up a unique product line hand made by a fan of the band Sekshun 8."
(Don) Lichterman then says, that he "implemented the merch company's business plan in the same exact way that I started my other companies at Sunset, which is to accompany my new signings with established, branded and legendary music artists.
...
"Even though we are running this though the

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