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and get excited about five takes of A Taste Of Honey. So it is win-win really, they get a copyright extension and diehard fans get these unreleased "gems". May as well just do a digital release of everything, all takes, studio banter, every tedius moment in one huge release. Could charge £1000 a pop.
and the other two (Beatles) hardly need the money. Downright greed EMI (Apple). Greed.
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How long are they going to keep dangling the prospect of the 27 min Helter Skelter and Carnival Of Light in front of Beatles fans? I doubt They will ever get released, they are probably bobbins.
it is 50 if unreleased. So presumably that means in 2033 that all Beatles early stuff will become in the public domain and free? That can't be right can it? I suppose it hasn't really been an issue until now. Why wasn't there such a fuss over things like early Elvis songs in the mid 00s?
copyright holders will successfully have lobbied for an(other) extension to copyright.
a cheapshot based on an implied/selective interpretation.
i reckon we share more common ground on this than not.
you get loads of old jazz records from the 1950s issued in knock off nigel packages with weird fake cover art and the songs have different names and stuff....it's really odd
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