As it prepares for the Oct. 15 release of Paul McCartney's New, Concord Music Group doesn't look that different from when it was under the umbrella of Australian film company Village Roadshow. But in the six months since it was purchased by an investment group led by Wood Creek Capital Management, it has internally centralized back-room operations, purchased a children's music label and is searching for office space in Nashville so that Rounder Records can relocate after 40 years in Boston.

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