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On 12/03/2015, Wolf, James L wrote:

> I agree more with Chris Richards on this one:
> 
> http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/style-blog/wp/2015/03/11/the-blurred-lines-of-the-blurred-lines-verdict/
> 
> As George Clinton says in his recent book, and with specific reference
> to "Blurred Lines," creative recycling has always been a part of
> popular music. Marvin Gaye did it as much as Pharrell Williams does,
> and one could even argue that Williams has been doing it better and
> more consistently than Gaye did in his erratic career. In any case,
> the wholesale dismissal of current popular music isn't worth much more
> than a curmudgeon's "get off my lawn." Bad critics have been doing
> that for more than a century, and they always ended up looking
> foolish.
> 
Brahms' Hungarian Dances are all uncredited ripoffs.

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-- 
Don Cox
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