LOS ANGELES Jan. 24, 2011 Andy Fraser
The new Mctrax Music Delivery System allows artists to sell their content on its website for a few cents by-passing the use of iTunes, Google, or any other medium that might charge more for the same purpose of digitally distributing songs and videos. As a Mctrax member, artists have the ability to have music or videos delivered by way of streaming, or downloaded by consumers. The music delivery system also has the ability to send alerts of new "trax" to its members by computer or by mobile device.
The new delivery system concept adds to the concept of Fraser’s label philosophy of having its artists determine creativity rather than executives. "The industry is running scared. Everything must fit into this ‘Disney’ formula. Don’t offend anyone. No politics, religion, keep the sex vanilla. Artists like Dylan, would never get started today in this climate. Anyone with anything to say, that’s real. I would like to go around this industry thinking, as I believe there are people out starving for the real stuff."
About Mctrax International:
Andy Fraser Alexis Korner John Mayall
As a founding member of Free and the band’s bassist, Fraser wrote and produced some of their most groundbreaking and world renowned songs, including the worldwide hit "All Right Now," having been honored with BMI’s "Million-Air" award for passing 3 million radio/television plays in the U.S., making it one of the most enduring classics of the rock ‘n roll era.
Robert Palmer Joe Cocker Rod Stewart Etta James Bob Seger Chaka Khan
A survivor of both cancer and AIDS, Fraser continues to be a perfectionist in his craft and an inspiration to many both with his music and his approach to life.