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Smith also wrote a book, Off the Record: An Oral History of Popular Music, which featured major artist interviews and was celebrates for its deep appreciation for artistry. Born in Chelsea, Massachusetts, Smith spent time in the military and then earned a degree from Yale, He became a radio DJ in Boston, then moved to the West Coast to work in promotion for Warner Bros. He became its president in 1972. Beyond music, Smith appeared in several films, doing cameos in Jamboree, FM and One Trick Pony.
An Oral History of Popular Music. by Mitchell Smith, Joe/Fink, Mitchell. Advertising in Rolling Stone. Genre: Nonfiction, Biography & Autobiography, Composers & Musicians. On Sale: November 1st 1989.
Joe Smith, who presided over three major record companies in a career that stretched from the early days of rock ’n’ roll to the . Excerpts were collected in a book, Off the Record: An Oral History of Popular Music (1988)
Joe Smith, who presided over three major record companies in a career that stretched from the early days of rock ’n’ roll to the CD boom of the 1990s, died on Monday at his home in Los Angeles. He was 91. His family announced the death. Mr. Smith led Warner Bros. Excerpts were collected in a book, Off the Record: An Oral History of Popular Music (1988). In 2012 he donated the tapes of the interviews to the Library of Congress. Joseph Benjamin Smith was born in Boston on Jan. 26, 1928, to Phil and Lil Smith and raised nearby in Chelsea, Mass.
Joe Smith, a record industry stalwart who worked with an array of artists like the Grateful Dead, Bonnie Raitt .
Joe Smith, a record industry stalwart who worked with an array of artists like the Grateful Dead, Bonnie Raitt, Garth Brooks, the Eagles, the Cars and more, has died, Billboard reports. Smith’s son confirmed his death, although a cause was not given. Smith worked with some of the most notable artists of the second half of the 20th century, and famously used his connections and expertise to craft the exhaustive 1988 book, Off the Record: An Oral History of Popular Music (he later donated the 238 hours of interviews he conducted to the Library of Congress).
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Off The Record: An Oral History of Popular Music. The strange case of Joe Smith and Sin Corner sheds some light on black agency in the 1950s. The African American middle class had resources it commanded to try and protect itself from racial injustice. These resources, however, were based on class privileges not enjoyed by most in the African American community. Muckraking in the Northwest: Joe Smith and Seattle Reform.