Starbucks has been pushing music since 1994, when its in-house label Hear Music released a Kenny G compilation. Last year it sold 4.4 million CDs. Music is a retail sideline at Cracker Barrel, too. Guests at the full-service chain can purchase CDs by artists who run the gamut from George Jones to John Denver. But restaurants with high culinary ambitions and lofty check averages hadn't gotten into the proprietary-music-for-sale game until last month, when the Sushisamba group of restaurants ...
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