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Sport: Bob Dylan sells rights to his recordings at Sony

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for hundreds of millions of dollars sold Bob Dylan the rights to his compositions and lyrics at Universal Music. The rights to the recordings of the folk legend now go to a competitor of the music group.

  Bob Dylan verkauft Rechte an seinen Aufnahmen an Sony © Domenech Castello / DPA

The legendary US folk musician Bob Dylan has sold the rights to all of his recordings to the Music Giant Sony Music Entertainment. The agreement also applied to "future new publications," said Sony. A purchase price was not mentioned, the industry magazine "Variety" wrote from $ 150 to $ 200 million (132 to 176 million euros). The agreement was already concluded according to Sony last July, but it became public only now.

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The Literature Nobel Prize winner has been working with the Label Columbia Records for more than 50 years, which belongs to Sony Music. "I'm glad that all my recordings can stay there where they belong," Dylan was quoted.

The Singer-Songwriter had signed a contract with Columbia Records in 1961 and published his debut album "Bob Dylan". Among its greatest successes include songs like "Blowin 'in the Wind" or "Knockin' on Heaven's Door."

At the end of 2020, Dylan had the author rights at his songs - so the rights to the melodies and texts, not at the finished shots - for estimated around $ 300 million to the world's largest music group universal Music sold . To the rights to the music of well-known artists there is a true hype , numerous artists such as Taylor Swift , Fleetwood-Mac singer Stevie Nicks, Paul Simon or Tina Turner also completed rights in recent months. Deals off.

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