Gee, thanks, it's been a while since I heard, "How Deep Is Your Love?"
Yes, I have the Music Plagiarism Project at Columbia Law School and blogger Bob Ambrogi to thank. Ambrogi has been spelunking around the project and it's a doozy: "This unique site is devoted to archiving court cases alleging infringement of music copyrights. It provides the court decision, when available, along with editorial commentary on the case. But what makes it truly unique is that it also provides audio recordings and sometimes the scores of the songs in dispute, with the works of both the complainant and the defendant ..."
One such song is "Let it End," which composer Ronald Selle said the Bee Gees falsettoed all over with "How Deep." But the 7th Circuit disagreed. Now, thanks to the project, you can compare them for yourself. More here.
Posted by Laurel Newby on January 17, 2006 at 03:31 PM | Permalink
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