Frank Zappa's Family Inks Universal Licensing Deal (Week In Review)
On Friday Frank Zappa's Family Inks Universal Licensing Deal was a top story. Here is the recap: (Classic Rock) Frank Zappa's family have announced they've reached a licensing agreement with Universal Music Enterprises. The deal gives UME the rights to new products, film and theatrical productions and trademark licensing, while a long-term global contract covers Zappa's entire back catalogue.
The first product under the agreement will be a remastered edition of Zappa And The Mothers Of Invention's 1974 album One Size Fits All, out on 180g vinyl on August 14.
Other planned upcoming releases include Joe's Garage: The Musical, the release of The Roxy Movie, and an orchestral performance of 200 Motels. Read more - here.
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