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September 19, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Henson Forms Record Label: Jim Henson Productions announced the formation of a new record label and appointed Robert Kraft, vice president of music, to head the new company. Jim Henson Records will be the first public release of the complete collection of award-winning songs from "The Muppet Show," "Muppet Babies" and "Fraggle Rock," as well as its television and film productions. The label is being licensed to Bertelsmann Music Group under a five-year agreement for worldwide distribution.
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October 2, 1994 | Lynne Heffley, Lynne Heffley is a Times staff writer.
Is Miss Piggy falling for love-sick, heavy-metal wild man Ozzy Osbourne? And, what's going on between Kermie and pop diva Linda Ronstadt? Inquiring minds--and Muppet fans--can find the answers in "kermit unpigged," a musical blast of hilarity from Jim Henson Records/BMG Kidz, a takeoff on rock music's "unplugged" craze. Miss Piggy (Frank Oz) is very much on hand.
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October 2, 1994 | Lynne Heffley, Lynne Heffley is a Times staff writer.
Is Miss Piggy falling for love-sick, heavy-metal wild man Ozzy Osbourne? And, what's going on between Kermie and pop diva Linda Ronstadt? Inquiring minds--and Muppet fans--can find the answers in "kermit unpigged," a musical blast of hilarity from Jim Henson Records/BMG Kidz, a takeoff on rock music's "unplugged" craze. Miss Piggy (Frank Oz) is very much on hand.
BUSINESS
September 19, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Henson Forms Record Label: Jim Henson Productions announced the formation of a new record label and appointed Robert Kraft, vice president of music, to head the new company. Jim Henson Records will be the first public release of the complete collection of award-winning songs from "The Muppet Show," "Muppet Babies" and "Fraggle Rock," as well as its television and film productions. The label is being licensed to Bertelsmann Music Group under a five-year agreement for worldwide distribution.
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May 29, 1993 | LYNNE HEFFLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Move over, Sinatra: Ol' Brown Ears is Back. Rowlf the Dog, that gravelly voiced, shaggy-haired saloon singer extraordinaire, is celebrating 210 dog years in show biz, with a new solo album of memorable hits. Rowlf pairs his distinctive vocal stylings with his unique piano artistry in a collection of memorable tunes that range from the poignant "I Never Harmed an Onion" ("So why should they make me cry?"
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December 12, 1993 | LYNNE HEFFLEY
Calendar music critics and writers present their opinions on the year's recordings to help you through the holiday season. Some of the reviews may assist the gift-impaired: See our Top 40 Shopping Guide for the nation's most popular or critically acclaimed albums, and subsequent tips on the year's best children's recordings, the class of classical releases, which boxed sets are wothwhile (and which are merely long and expensive) and a spin through jazz and pop holiday music.
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August 8, 1993 | LYNNE HEFFLEY, Lynne Heffley covers the children's beat for Calendar.
You've got to Make your own kind of music Sing your own special song Make your own kind of music Even if nobody else sings along.
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