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Empire Music Co. King Record Distribution Co. However, these findings were not supported in the decision in Taxe. In determining whether the use made of a work in any particular case is a Fair Use the factors to be considered shall include 1 the purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes; 2 the nature of the copyrighted work 3 the amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole; and.

The fact that a work is unpublished shall not itself bar a finding of Fair Use if such finding is made upon consideration of all the above factors. On the other hand, one of the squeaks or sirens or shouts that make up the background for a Public Enemy track would fare better, since the sample would be small and insubstantial. This third distinction demands an. Twentieth Century Music Corp. Universal City Studios, Inc. Wilson, F. The publishing royalties between the two parties were split evenly.

A similar deal was worked out for 2 Live Crew's use of Bruce Springsteen's. Dre's song High Powered that uses the same sample. However, some samples have revived the career of sampled artists such as James Brown and Parliament-Funkadelic, so it is often unclear whether the fourth criterion applies for a given sample.

This fourth criterion has further significance, though, because it has been interpreted to require a judgment of whether the challenged use would be harmful if it were widespread. For this reason, the fourth criterion is generally considered detrimental to the argument of Fair Use.

The Fair Use clause also allows for factors not discussed above to influence a court's decision in determining whether a use is fair. Although the courts have often depended on the four listed criteria in justifying their decisions, the law was designed to account for developments in technology like sampling that had not yet occurred. In short. Nation Enters.

Sony Corp. Dees F. Justice Souter's comment stated that the market impact of a parody should not be the only criterion in determining whether infringement has taken place. Moreover, legal scholars agree that the court cases thus far have not made a definitive statement as to whether sampling infringes on a copyright. The Current System of Licensing for Samples Under the current system of copyright law, any phonorecord is subject to both a copyright for the sound recording and a copyright for the written song itself.

For the use of an entire musical composition, there is a compulsory licensing system that features a statutory royalty rate. The Harry Fox Agency keeps a small percentage and distributes the rest to the music publishers, who pay about half of their receipts to the songwriters. Case Studies compulsory system for sound recordings and no universal system for licensing the composition copyright for a song that is sampled. In addition to mechanical licensing for covers, a song also has a public.

Most artists who use a noticeable sample license the sample by paying either a flat fee or a royalty calculation based on the number of copies sold of the new work. The artists shoulder almost all of the cost of this system, since record labels pass the cost of licensing on to the artist.

This is peculiar because in effect, the record company is making the sampling artist pay to protect the record company from being sued. Furthermore, because the record company of the original artist almost always has the copyright, the. Donald S. These were not royalties for the Never Never Care - Various - CMJ New Music Monthly Volume 32 April 1996 (CD) song, but rather the accumulation performance royalties garnered from radio airplay and the use of the Kingsmen version in movies and commercials.

In Jarvis, the defendant had sampled his own song, and was sued by the owner of the sound recording copyright of the original. This finding suggests that in cases of sampling, the portions used would never cause confusion in a lay person and therefore should not be evaluated using the traditional method for determining illegal appropriation.

Case Studies sampling is consistent with the goal of fostering creativity. I will examine several case studies to demonstrate how the current system has performed under various circumstances and whether the outcome was optimal for musical creativity. Jarvis v. In all of these cases, artistic development was limited or would have been limited by restrictive copyright practices. If copyright law is designed to promote the arts, these examples question how well it has achieved its goal.

The album was produced and co-written by the Dust Brothers, who backed the rappers with a rich musical texture fashioned from hundreds of samples. Much like the music, the raps themselves are composed of pop culture references, naming celebrities such as Geraldo Rivera, J. Salinger, and Fred Flinstone. The inventiveness of the album influenced all hip- hop records that followed, in part because it used sampling and cultural immersion to add meaning to the music.

The samples are not used to avoid the cost and effort of producing original music. Rather, the noticeable samples add layers of meaning to the music. Since. Case Studies the Beastie Boys have established themselves as cultural connoisseurs and tastemakers, even publishing a magazine covering what they consider to be culturally interesting.

Their early use of samples performs a similar function, demonstrating for the listener that the Beasties draw their influences from a long tradition of rock and funk music as well as contemporary hip- hop. In their later albums, after extensive use of sampling was made prohibitively expensive, the Beasties played rock music themselves to signify their musical roots.

On Paul's Boutique the samples make the reference. It also places the classic theme of the remorseless criminal in the setting of New York rather than the wild west, implying that the carefree attitude of New Yorkers is akin to the lawlessness of the frontier. Eliot in The Waste Land. Eliot bemoans the decline of Western culture and art by compiling dozens of obscure historical and literary references that require a set of notes to fully understand.

The Beastie Boys demonstrate the importance of the Beatles, reggae, Sly. Like poetry, music is subject to interpretation, and any listener can interpret a number of meanings from the use of samples. However, without using previously recorded music, the Beastie Boys and other musicians would be unable to attempt to build upon older music while paying homage to their roots.

All musicians have influences that can be heard in their music, but the Beastie Boys simply played the influence itself rather than incorporating stylistic nuances into their own songs. Hip-hop is the music of contemporary urban culture, and the use of namedropping and sampling makes such cultural evolution possible.

However, although Paul's Boutique had a profound influence on hip-hop acts and rock musicians such as Sublime and Beck, it could not be created today because of prohibitive licensing fees. Even millionaire artists such as the Beastie Boys might be discouraged by having to pay each of the hundreds of sampled artists for the use of their material.

Paul's Boutique shows that sampling can be used to make a cultural statement, and that often more than a few samples are necessary to complete the artistic vision of the musician. The current system makes the realization of this vision extremely expensive. The Negativland Debacle Now kings will rule and the poor will toil, they tear their hands as they tear the soil, but a time will come in this dawning age when an honest man sees an honest wage.

The fate of Negativland shows how far the practice of copyright in the music industry differs from the original intent of the Constitution. Negativland claims that appropriation has been essential to the making Never Never Care - Various - CMJ New Music Monthly Volume 32 April 1996 (CD) music for centuries, and that the statements their music makes about the media environment are protected under the Fair Use clause.

However, the dispute over one of their singles shows that economic factors are more powerful than legal or artistic ones in determining the outcome of a copyright disagreement. One of the two versions contained a sample of the original U2 song, and the other featured a Negativland rendition of the song.

The cover featured a picture of the U2 spyplane and at first glance appeared to be a single by the band U2. Threatened with annihilation, SST and Negativland had to agree to pay Island and Warner-Chapell, stop distributing the single, and give up the rights to the song.

Under the current system, small artists do not have the financial resources to battle large publishing companies or record companies in the courts, so almost all disputes are settled out of court. Only major label artists with industry clout can afford to challenge claims of infringement; in most cases a costly legal battle would be impossible. Also, this case exemplifies the problems of having to clear sampling use with all the sampled parties. Even when U2 agreed to have their song sampled and pressured their label and publishing company to relinquish the right to the Negativland version, Kasem's obstinence prevented the song from ever seeing the light of day.

Third, the dispute between Negativland and SST hints at a far more widespread. A similar fate befell Canadian foundsound recording artist John Oswald, whose album Plunderphonics, a collage of pop songs, was destroyed literally after a settlement with the Canadian Recording Industry.

This forces artists, most of whom could not personally finance a legal battle, to shy away from sampling in order to avoid bankruptcy. Campbell v.

The Court examined each of the factors mentioned in the Fair Use clause: the purpose and character of the use, the nature of the copyrighted work, the amount and substantiality of the portion used, and the effect of the use upon the potential market value of the original.

The Court rightly deemed the second factor irrelevant since. This ruling encourages defendants not to settle out of court if they believe their use of previously recorded materia l is fair, because even their legal fees can be repaid.

Fogerty v. Fantasy, Inc. Supreme Court Case No. The European conception implies that an artist cannot be separated from his or her work, and therefore has a right to protect their own artistic integrity by controlling use of the creations. Geri J. Ironically, France is also the. For the other three, the decision clarified how the court would interpret the criteria in a case involving not only parody, but also sampling.

Maintaining that the goal of copyright is furthered by transformative works, the Court found that the 2 Live Crew song significantly added to the original.

The Court found that parody is a form of criticism protected by the Fair Use clause, so a sufficiently transformative parody would be considered Fair Use. Because the 2 Live Crew song could be perceived to be criticizing the original by juxtaposing the original's romantic yearnings with images of grotesque promiscuity and unattractiveness, it was considered a parody that is fair under the first criterion. Some argue that the First Amendment should be included as the fifth criterion for determining Fair Use.

See Appendices C and D for the complete lyrics to both songs. The audio disk contains the recorded versions of both songs. Case Studies misogynistic lyrics with offensively misogynistic ones is far less creative than 2 Live Crew's elaborate parody. The third factor, the extent of the copying, is of central concern to sampling artists and parodists. Parody necessitates conjuring up the original work in order to make the difference between the two salient. This finding suggests that parodists must strive to copy enough of the original to invoke it in the mind of one listening to the parody, but no more than that.

This also questions the legality of potential parodies such as that of Negativland. Similarly, Weird Al Yankovic's parodies, which involve the complete music and melody of the original with changed lyrics, would necessitate licensing. The court states that a parody infringes if it usurps demand for the original if Roy Orbison fans bought the 2 Live Crew version and decided that they did not also need to buy the originalbut not if it suppresses such demand if those that heard the parody agreed that the original lyrics were childish and chose not to purchase it.

It was obvious to the Court. Elsmere Music, Inc. NBC F. Campbell at Therefore, the Court decided that the parody would not impinge on the future market for a derivative work.

The decision, based on the four criteria mentioned in the Copyright Act, shifted the emphasis from determining the commercial nature of a secondary work to examining the transformative value of the new work, allowing commercial parodies to be Fair Use.

Universal Studios, Inc. Nation Enterprises, which had emphasized the market and economic aspects of a secondary work when determining infringement. As a parody, the song constituted at best a mild criticism of the original, with the lyrical content bordering on juvenile.

Weird Al Yankovic does receive licenses for all of his parodies. Acuff-Rose Music, Inc. In Sony, the court found that the use of betamax recordings of TV programs for home viewing constituted unfair Use, implying that any parody that could have commercial bearing on the original would be unfair Use. Case Studies the court was right to side with Campbell because the right to parody is essential to the.

Furthermore, since the 2 Live Crew song constituted no market challenge to the original and was substantially different, the use was indeed fair. The decision suggests that almost any other parodic appropriation of a song would also be found not to infringe. However, the Campbell decision is not necessarily a boon to musical creativity.

While the Supreme Court decision is favorable to sampling because it implies that almost any song that references the original could be considered a parody, it does not necessarily increase the chance of a non-parodic use being found fair.

If a rock band had used the same sample of Orbison's song to enhance a genuine love song rather than a send- up, the use would be considered unfair. Similarly, an appropriative use by an experimental artists such as John Oswald would be considered unfair if the new work criticized society. The notion of transforming a primary text into something creatively new is a component of Negativland's proposal and has its origins as far back as John Milton. Koons found that Jeff Koons' sculpture String of Puppies was not an obvious transformative parody of an art Rogers photograph.

Rogers v. Koons, F. Badin argues that Acuff-Rose allows for the dismissal of the artistic merit of appropriative works if the parodic and transformative value is not obvious. Rose-Acuff Music, Inc. Supreme Court, Case No. Case Studies in general rather than the original song. Promoting the creative arts, one would assume, should involve protecting purely creative artists as well as parodists, and the previous analysis of Fair Use demonstrates that the law could be interpreted to defend non-parodic use.

The Fair Use section of the Copyright Act allows a use to be fair for reasons other than the four that are stated, and this would include allowing uses that are necessary to promote the creative arts. In Stewart v. For this reason, appropriative artists cannot risk legal battles over their work and will be discouraged from breaking new artistic ground, a.

Abend U. This opinion was quoted in the opinion for the Campbell case. Furthermore, by refraining from establishing absolute Fair Use guidelines and thus demanding that Fair Use cases be determined on a case by case basis, the Court dooms appropriative artists to speculation as to how their particular case will be interpreted by the Court.

A clearer copyright law, while still allowing for conceptions of copyright to evolve over time, would give both artists and publishers more of an idea of where their work stands in the law.

Bitter Sweet Symphony and the Dangers of Unlicensed Sampling It's a bitter sweet symphony, this life Try to make ends meet, you're a slave to the money, then you die -The Verve There's a reason they call this the music business.

This gave the composition copyright to Klein. The Verve eventually agreed to let Nike use the band's version rather than re-record it with another band. Ironically enough, Nike's use of Bitter Sweet Symphony in its commercials boosted the Verve's sales from mediocre to outstanding. Urban Hymns had only soldcopies in the U. After the commercials were aired, Urban Hymns went on to sell millions in the U. InOldham, who claimed to own the copyright for the recording of the orchestral version, sued the Verve for using the sound recording of the original orchestral song.

The Verve and their label Virgin had always admitted to have used the sample and had even paid a royalty to Decca Records, the Rolling Stones' original label. This recent and rather bizarre example demonstrates the pitfalls of the current copyright system for sampling. First, a song that was widely considered one of the best singles of was almost not released because Allen Klein refused to allow the Verve to pay for a sample that, Never Never Care - Various - CMJ New Music Monthly Volume 32 April 1996 (CD) essential to the song, was built upon extensively.

Second, the deal that was worked out gave The Verve no ownership of a song they themselves wrote, crediting only Ashcroft for the lyrics. The result of this was the possible use of the Verve song, performed by other musicians, in any commercial that Allen Klein chose to license it to.

The Verve was fortunate to have their song used in one of the best commercials of the year, as it could have been advertising anything at all, even products that the band themselves find morally repugnant. Starmaker Candy Girl Silver Wings Peanuts Notes: Tracks 1. Every aspect of their professional careers as solo artists is explored, from recording sessions, record releases and tours, to television, film and music videos, including everything in between.

From their early film soundtrack work to the officially released retrospectives, all solo efforts by the four men are exhaustively examined.

Not only are John, Paul, George and Ringo's official projects investigated in detail, along with the events surrounding their recording and release, but the best available sources for each are specified. This same approach is used to profile the unissued recordings and performances by all four - both bootlegged and in private circulation.

In short, this is the reference guide that Beatles collectors have been waiting for decades! Over the past twenty years, noted Beatles authors Chip Madinger and Mark Easter have done extensive primary and secondary research to ensure that no fact has gone unchecked, and no myth has gone unprobed. The result is this massive plus page work, the scope of which has never previously been attempted. I've re-listened to the entire canon of available Get Back session tapes, come up with a bunch of new conclusions and even a handful of new identifications!

In addition, great effort has been made to improve readability of the book. Songs have now been put into groups generally by Nagra reel, or series of themrather than describing each performance separately, as was done in the original. In every way, this is the book we wished we could have written in The Beatles and the Great Concert at Shea.

No overdubs or re-recordings and complete for the first time. Including the original BBC soundtrack. The Beatles Live at Shea described by erupting fans. Introduction 2. Twist and Shout 3.

Shes a Woman 4. I Feel Fine 5. Dizzy Miss Lizzy 6. Ticket To Ride 7. Can't Buy Me Love 9. Baby's in Black Act Naturally A Hard Day's Night I'm Down King Curtis National Anthem Intermezzo Discotech Dancers Medley King Curtis What'd I Say The Branch Soul Twist Out of Sight Now Lady Now Land of Dances Brenda Holloway I Can't Help Myself You Can Cry on My Shoulder Intermezzo Sounds Incorporated 2. William Tell Overture 4. Instrumental 5. Introduction 7.

Twist and Shout 8. I Feel Fine 9. Dizzy Miss Lizzy Ticket To Ride Can't Buy Me Love Part 1 Part 2 Liner Notes: We are excited to be able to offer this piece de resistance of Shea Stadium memorabilia In laymen's terms, this is the "warts and all" version of the most famous rock concert in history.

No remixing, no re-recording, and no overdubs. And when we say minute by minute, we mean just that Except, of course, for The Beatles themselves and their inner circle, this writer was assured that he would be only the second person in the world to hear this historic recording that has been stored away since In a word Never Never Care - Various - CMJ New Music Monthly Volume 32 April 1996 (CD) is not generally known how much "doctoring" was done to prepare "The Beatles At Shea Stadium" for television.

Until the publication of Mark Lewisohn's "Complete Beatles Chronicles", ineven the most ardent Beatles experts, were under the impression that, other than the fact that several songs were cut from the television special due to time constraints, the only such "doctoring" was the substitution of the recorded single version of "Act Naturally" for Ringo's live vocal. Lewisohn's chronicle of the Beatles activities on January 5,however, reveals in detail the extent of remixing, re-recording, and overdubbing.

Since the advent of sound motion pictures, such dubbing has been an integral pat of movie-making. The practice has been common in live music film just as long. What artist doesn't want to release the best possible performance?

First, even though state of the art technology, by standards, was utilised for the film and audio recording of the event, a myriad of complications with the audio feed arose eg. The filming of the Shea Stadium concert for television was the first even of any kind live or in the studio to utilise eight cameras.

Boy, would we love to get a look at that from eight camera angles and zooms! The bottom line: technical difficulties necessitated re-recording and overdubbing on certain tracks. Second, the conditions at Shea Stadium were electrifying from the audiences standpoint. After all, it was the largest audience in history to ever attend a concert, and the high-decibel screaming was to be expected.

From the Beatles standpoint, between the sheer immensity of it all with 55, in the seats, they had a hard time hearing themselves. Under such Never Never Care - Various - CMJ New Music Monthly Volume 32 April 1996 (CD), the performance itself is bound to suffer somewhat. But there is no need to make excuses because from this listener's standpoint, this Beatles "warts and all" performance was just fine. Sure, there were some strained vocals, a few mangled lyrics, and the like, but overall, nothing avid listeners to the abundance of Beatles concerts haven't become accustomed to from other '65 shows.

It's too bad that some of the banter was cut, and Ringo's lyric could have made the cut as well. Lewisohn relates that the re-recording and overdubbing that took place at CTS Studios that day was taken very seriously, as the group wanted to adhere to the live-concert sound and be careful in matching the singing and playing to the on-screen images The most striking aspect of listening to the Beatles performance particularly, was the fact that the screaming, while constant throughout, on this line feed is relegated to the background on this mix.

Lewsiohn confirms that screaming from the unreleased Hollywood Bowl performance of August 30, was extensively incorporated into the Shea Stadium film. Interesting, eh? We urge you read Lewsiohn's full account in "The Beatles Chronicles.

King Curtis "National Anthem" with unknown vocalist and audience participation Murray the K introduces the Discotech Dancers medley of songs Ross introduces the King Curtis Band Out of Sight, No Lady Now. Jackson introduces Marvin Gaye Cousin Brucie introduces Brenda Holloway Cousin Brucie introduces Sounds, Inc Tape 3 37 minutes Sid Bernstein introduces Ed Sullivan Ed Sullivan introduces The Beatles Beatles leave The Stage. The third U. It was the first time in the history of popular music that a stadium was used for a pop concert!

Seen by 55, fans, it created a new world record in terms of attendance and gross revenue. No less than a dozen camera teams were ready to follow the Beatles' journey from the hotel to the stadium. They travelled both by car and by helicopter. The police feared that fans would jam the tunnels in and out of Manhattan, so they were first escorted by limousine to the Manhattan East River Heliport and from there they flew over New York City to the roof of the World's Fair building in Queens.

There they switched to a Wells Fargo armoured van and given a Wells Fargo badge. As usual for those days, there was a full bill, and the 55, fans sat through the King Curtis Band, Cannibal and the Headhunters, Brenda Holloway, The Young Rascals and Sounds Incorporated before Ed Sullivan walked on stage to announce The Beatles: Now, ladies and gentlemen, honoured by their country, decorated by their Queen, loved here in America, here are The Beatles!

Rushing out from the Wells Fargo van, The Beatles ran through a tunnel, out into a deafening wall of screams and onto the stage positioned at second base. The band did their standard minute set of a dozen numbers and then, ran straight back to the Wells Fargo van to leave the stadium. The intense excitement of this record-breaking concert, mixed with a high degree of fan hysteria, resulted in a fantastic atmosphere!

Vox had prepared new amplifiers for the Beatles' tour. The usual power for tour amplifiers was 30 Watt; now they were able to deliver Watt!

But this was still insufficient, the screaming of the crowd was much louder Fans couldn't hear the Beatles' performance But it was a huge problem for The Beatles who couldn't hear what they were playing!

They had to look at each other to check whether they were still synchronised, unable to rely on Ringo's beat or on anyone else for that matter. This was particularly hard for Ringo who was behind the others and could neither see nor hear them. When Paul started to perform "I'm Down," John totally flipped out. He stopped playing seriously and went into a hilarious performance, playing on the harmonium using his elbows. This affected George who cracked up as well and was soon unable to play the right chords, but who cared?

Its world premiere was on March 1, BBC1. Additionally, throughout the film, the Beatles are heard via voice-overs, recorded by U. Just as it would be naive to believe that the sound on live albums is truly live and undoctored, the same is true for live concert films. Knows how to get people to pay royalties! Was head of music at Disney. Opatrny is an attorney practicing in Coast cases. Opatrny specializes in music and entertainment law, as well as counseling newly formed small business ventures.

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All products we sell are products we use. They are sourced and tested by us and delivered to you using Irish transport companys. Inreaders of Guitar World ranked Iommi the seventh-greatest rock guitarist of all time. Iommi has won a number of awards. Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull has said: "Tony managed to turn his physical impairment around into something that makes him one of the guitar legends — if not for his dexterity of playing but at least for the fact that his contribution to rock music is a unique one".

Furthermore, Iommi is recognised by many as the main creator of heavy metal music. Brian May of Queen considers him "the true father of heavy metal", [53] Eddie Van Halen stated that "without Tony, heavy metal wouldn't exist.

He is the creator of heavy! He has been credited as the forerunner of other styles: Martin Popoff defines him "the godfather of stoner rock "; [59] Jeff Kitts and Brad Tolinski of Guitar World assert that "grunge, goththrashindustrialdeath, doom None of it would exist without Tony Iommi". Judas PriestIron MaidenScorpionsMetallica, Slayer, Pantera and essentially every metal band can be traced to the musical framework found in Iommi compositions". Iommi's deep and heavy sound was partly born out of necessity—his "revolutionary signature sound" being the result of the accident and the subsequent downtuning by three semitone s.

He said that his "extreme volume" was likewise necessary, "because we were fed up with people talking over us while we were playing. Built in Birmingham by luthier John Diggins sometime between andthe guitar was first used for overdubs on the 'Heaven and Hell' album and later became one of Iommi's main guitars. The guitar is equipped with a 24 fret neck with custom cross inlays, four control knobs three of which are functionala disconnected second output jack, a hole for a master volume knob on the pick guard covered up with a black stopper and a highly distressed finish.

He had two more built for him. One was made to the same specifications of his first Jaydee SG with a red finish. Another one was made and used during the Born Again era, which can be seen on the music videos for "Trashed" and "Zero the Hero.

The guitar became Iommi's main instrument after his white Stratocaster's neck pick-up failed during the recording of Black Sabbath's self-titled album. The guitar was built by the Gibson Custom Shop in Nashville after Iommi's specifications and finished in The guitar features a neck with 24 frets and four control knobs, of which only two are active much like his old Jaydee Custom guitar. He is asking that anyone with information or leads let them know. He is offering a reward for its safe return.

A stock Epiphone SG signature model in black finish fitted with P pick-ups which is a version of the Gibson P pick-up designed to fit into existing humbucker housings.

A regular left-handed version of the SG fitted with two extra frets to give Iommi the full two octaves which he prefers. The guitar is equipped with his signature pick-up. Iommi was the first guitarist to have a signature pick-up designed and built by Gibson. He also has another model fitted with a Floyd Rose floating tremolo. Iommi played a Fender Stratocaster that was spraypainted white by Iommi and his father during the early days with Black Sabbath.

However, the neck pick-up malfunctioned during the recording of their first album, so Iommi quickly turned to his backup Gibson SG to finish the record.

Currently Iommi owns two Stratocasters, one of which has been modified with his signature pick-up in the bridge position. Custom built for Iommi by St. It was used on the 13 album and for the tour. Custom built for Iommi by BC Rich.

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