Caedmon LPs have a notice on the label, "Not licensed for radio
airplay." My understanding is that a 1940s federal court ruling declared
such limitations to be invalid, but the Caedmon LPs continue to feature
the declaration. Can someone on the list fill me in on the real story? I
have a wonderful Caedmon recording of Ossie Davis reading several of
Langston Hughes's "Simple" stories, and I'd love to play it on the air
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