These are just a few of the books which have influenced me over the years. My hope is that you will benefit from them as much as I have.
Bread and Butter Basketball, by Alvin F. "Doggie" Julian.
"Doggie" Julian's lirst big su«ess in basketball came when his Muhlenberg teams of the early 1940's played in two National Invitation Tournaments, A few years later he gained nation. wide prominence with his powerhouse teams at Holy Cross Col. lege. Featuring such great stars as Bob Cousy and George Kaf. tan, the Crusaders compiled a 27 and 3 record in 1947 and won the NCAA crown. In three seasons at Holy Cross Doggie's teams won 65 games and lost only 10. His success earned him a tour as Head Coach of the Boston Celtics ,vhere he helped to lay the foundation for the great NBA champions of today.
"Doggie" returned to the collegiate ranks in 1951, a«epting the coaching assignment at Dartmouth College. Starting with a team that linished last, "Doggie" has made Dartmouth the per. ennial team to beat in the Ivy Leagne. The Indian,' dominance includes 3 championships in a 4 year period, and in 1958 they advanced to the Eastern Regional Finals of the NCAA tourna. ment against some of the best competition in the country. Coach Julian's achievements-made possible with only the material at hand-have earned him a place of respect in the coaching fra. ternity alongside names like Adolph Rupp and Hank Iba. He reveals how it's done and shows you all his methods in Bread and Butter Basketbll.
All You Need to Know About the Music Business, by Donald Passman
(Simon & Schuster; ISBN: 0684870649)
Now in it's fourth edition, "All You Need to Know About the Music Business" is universally regarded as the definitive guide to the music industry. Called "the industry bible" by the Los Angeles Times, this newest edition is filled with vital information on the technological advances that are reshaping the business, and how novices and experts alike should manage such changes.
The book includes the names and addresses of the major music rights and clearing agencies, major performance rights societies, and a lengthy list of songs currently in the public domain. Plus, more than 70 forms and license agreements, including many new ones, are included on a companion computer disk that is searchable by caption, topic, or keyword.
Kohn on Music Licensing (Second Edition), by Bob Kohn
(Aspen Publishers, Inc.; ISBN: 156706289X)
The Second Edition to this critically acclaimed best-seller is a "must-have" for all music copyright owners and producers seeking to clear music rights for products and performances. The authors, who have over 50-plus years of hands-on experience, take you step-by-step through the entire licensing process. In clear, understandable language, they provide detailed explanations of the many kinds of music licenses, identify the critical issues addressed in each, and offer valuable strategy and advice to both rights owners and prospective licensees.
Fantastic Voyage, by Ray Kurzwell & Terry Grossman M.D.
(Rodale, Inc.; ISBN: 1579549543)
Health is primary. There must be a reason that both June and Lee have experienced and recovered from very serious well documented medical events. This has been a driving force behind their commitment to wellnesss. Ray Kurzwell has provided a textbook that everyone should read (just read a chapter here and there).
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