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HITS LIST: THE FAB 10

Capitol conductor Steve Barnett, who successfully orchestrated his label’s symphonically nuanced bid to give Paul McCartney his first-ever #1 debut after welcoming the beloved Beatle back to the hallowed label in 2016, heads up our latest leaderboard of trending topics. And as the Fab Four once did, Ron Perry’s Columbia is tripping on LSD. Meanwhile, as Aaron Bay-Schuck puts the final touches on his fall wardrobe, Len Blavatnik, who’ll be signing Aaron’s checks, considers other shiny objects he might want to own. As above, so below.  

 

Now, turn off your mind, relax and float downstream…

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on a Saturday night
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Lamborginis and caviar Dry martinis, Shangri-La
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