After months of contentious negotiations, yesterday was finally Google's day in the music business spotlight with launch of both a new home for music on YouTube and its Music Key subscription service. But mega-manager Irving Azoff, who recently added performing rights advocate to his resume, had a different plan. After all, The Eagles, Pharrell Williams, John Lennon and the writers of the 20,000 songs that Azoff reps had not signed any new deal with YouTube. What Azoff Really Wants Azoff told The Hollywood Reporter that he is prepared to pull 42 of his clients - which include The Eagles, Pharrell...

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