Dire_Wolf wrote:As I was reading all of the posts regarding this subject I caught myself doodling a Steal Your Face" logo.... I guess I owe the boys a quarter... Oops... I just said "Steal your Face".... Make that 4 bits...
Dire_ Wolf wrote:Let's say I am in a cover band, doing a version of "All Along the Watchtower" that is obviously a cover of the GD doing a cover. It is recorded and lost forever in a pile of CD's in someones '87 Buick Century. I become WILDLY famous and someone finds these (Priceless)recordings I did way back in 2005 and "Posts" them to Archive.org. Will I have to send a check to Brother Dylan?
guestor wrote:Am I to believe a site where all the work was done
by fans who are spreading live recordings at no
cost will cause a lawsuit for some songs being
cover songs but...........
Taking those same recordings and selling them for
profit under GDP will cause no lawsuit.
guestor wrote:and what does this have to do with Soundboards.
These soundboards were released by the band and/or
recorded by fans from the board which was pretty much
open policy many times including spring 1993.
What does sound quality have to do with it?
Aren't audience recordings just as liable.
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