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  1. Zulkilkree
    Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.
  2. Nerr
    Oct 10,  · Bring My Baby Back · Chicago Chicago Christmas () ℗ Chicago Records II, Inc. under exclusive license to Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company.
  3. Moogujin
    CD Baby is mainly a distributor (and manufacturer) for independent artists. Only in some rare cases CD Baby is a label. Do not use "CD Baby" as a label, unless there is a "cdb" prefix in the catalog number. In all other occasions, use whatever "label" information is provided via the artwork of .
  4. Mikarg
    Plus your entire music library on all your devices.
  5. Nikokree
    To place an order or for customer service, call toll-free or outside the United States, call
  6. Muzshura
    This is the whole reason I added all my jukebox 45s to my Discogs collection even though I was really planning to give them their own account - to get over releases and be done with the unbelievably tedious reloads. Glad I can finally move them off without consequence.
  7. Shaktijin
    We're excited that you're interested in moving your release(s) to CD Baby! Here’s how to switch distributors today: 1) Sign up your single or album and submit for distribution. Please make sure to use the exact same metadata such as artist names, song titles, album title, ISRC, and UPC.. 2) Once your music is live, please contact your old distributor and notify them that they should remove.
  8. Tulkree
    CD Baby clients always keep % of their copyrights. This is unlike many traditional publishing agreements, in which songwriters can be asked to give up some of their copyrights. By keeping % of your copyrights, you remain in full control of your songs.

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