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August 17, 2013
But there are no similarities between plaintiffs’ composition and those the claimants allege they own, other than commonplace musical elements. Plaintiffs created a hit and did it without copying anyone else’s composition.
Lawyers for Robin Thicke • In a pre-emptive lawsuit filed against both Marvin Gaye’s family and Bridgeport Music (which owns the rights to some of Funkadelic’s compositions), in an effort to clear the air (or, more correctly, unblur the lines) about whether Thicke ripped off Gaye or Funkadelic with “Blurred Lines.” While Gaye’s family has made such a claim in the past about the Motown icon’s ”Got to Give It Up,” Funkadelic head George Clinton has actually come out in support of Thicke, saying that his band’s song “Sexy Ways” is not sampled in Thicke’s song, and that Bridgeport Music is acting against his interests. There’s a lot of money at stake here: The song, which you’re probably listening to right now, has topped the charts for ten consecutive weeks.
13:38 // 1 year ago
September 11, 2011
Is he more Parliament or Funkadelic?

Is he more Parliament or Funkadelic?

(Source: celebraterickysargulesh, via firthofforth)

19:46 // 2 years ago