Friday, May 10, 2013

Another twist on music licensing: the re-recording

Slate's story on re-recordings notes that record contracts often drive the practice, leaving musicians with little incentive to disclose the differences, even when the results aren't the same as the beloved version the listener heard lo these many years ago.  Interesting advertising questions result, especially if the versions are often mislabeled, as the author contends.

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