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Re: [ARSCLIST] at this rate, won't be much to archive soon enough
TOM I AGREE AND I WOULD ADD THAT IT IS UTTER TOSH OR NONSENSE FOR THE
COPYRIGHT GUYS TO EVEN SUGGEST INTERNET MP3 DOWNLOADERS OF VINTAGE
MUSIC FROM SHOWS LIKE THE BIG BROADCAST DEPRIVE THE MUSICIANS OF
IF I HEAR IN THIS SUB-STANDARD SOUND MEDIUM SAY RAYMOND SCOTT
QUINTETTE FOR EXAMPLE,I WANT TO RUSH OUT TO WAREHOUSE AND SEE IF THEY
HAVE A NICE SCOTT CD.I LIKE THE NOTES ,ART WORK AND USUALLY THE MUSIC
IF WELL-TRANSFERED FROM 78'S.
ALSO MUSICAL FREEDOM TO AN EXTENT ON THE NET IS EDUCATIVE AND HAS A
SPIN EFFECT BOOSING SALES ,CERTAINLY IN THE NOSTALGIA MARKET.
NIGEL IN SEYCHELLES
On 3/22/07, Tom Fine <tflists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I don't think "piracy" is the whole story by a long shot. I think putting
out utter crap and badly
marketing that tends to kill a business.
-- Tom Fine