|Jan 25, 2007, 02:16 PM||#1|
Chart Topping Music
This is something that popped up in the Slashdot forums today while they were discussing [Slashdot forums] this article on iTunes' International music selling policy [Slate.com].
Its a little biographical page about a Japanese song, "Sukiyaki", that briefly topped the American music charts. LINK [maddmansrealm.com] The song is interesting, but from what I gather, its copyright has expired, and the website has a few versions of the song available for download (scroll down the page).
I'm always a sucker for free music...and I know there are a myriad of sites out there that allow you to download music for free, but what strikes me about this is that the song is an American chart topping song. I wonder if there are other sites out there that are legally hosting chart topping music for download.
I guess my questions are:
1) What's the copyright status of music (end of copyright period, what makes them public domain)?
2) Does anybody know of other chart-topping copyright free music that is available on the internets? And where is it?
If anything I hope you enjoy the link to this song.
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