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1974 - The Promotion Man - New York City: The Morrell Archives (Volume 2) Paperback – September 29, 2015
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About the Author
About the Author Legendary record company promotion man/author Dave Morrell still just thinks of himself as the luckiest fan alive. Growing up in Kearny, New Jersey in the early 1970s, he amassed a collection of Beatles memorabilia so unique that when John Lennon heard about it, he promptly asked to meet the teen. Dave's engaging combination of smarts and moxie put him in the right place at the right time - and, like an East Coast Cameron Crowe, soon he was rubbing shoulders with his musical heroes on a regular basis. Thanks to a tip from a friend, Morrell landed a job as the Assistant Stock Boy in the eight-track tape department at the Warner/Elektra/Atlantic (WEA) warehouse distribution center in New Jersey and began his journey from mega-fan to promo man. Horse-Doggin' and 1974 The Promotion Man New York City are the first two volumes in a series of books from The Morrell Archives that chronicle his remarkable adventures at such record companies as Warner Bros., RCA, Arista, Capitol and Geffen. Having relocated to Los Angeles, Morrell is now doing independent promotion for companies like 429 Records and Lakeshore Entertainment and cruising the California coast in his convertible