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  [[File:Icon_In_Copyright.jpg]] '''Track 59''': [[Cannon's Jug Stompers with Noah Lewis - Minglewood Blues]]
 
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[[File:Anthology Track 59 label.jpg |thumb| |left|]] Record label accredits authorship to Noah Lewis, as do both anthology booklets. According to [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noah_Lewis wikipedia], Lewis died in 1961, which would put this composition in copyright until 1st January 2032. [http://www.78discography.com/vic21000.html www.78discography.com] additionally accredits Gus Cannon, who according to [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gus_Cannon wikipedia] died in 1979, which would extend copyright until 1st January 2050.
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[[File:Anthology Track 59 label.jpg |thumb| |left|]] Record label accredits authorship to Noah Lewis, as do both anthology booklets. According to [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noah_Lewis wikipedia], Lewis died in 1961, which would put this composition '''in copyright''' until '''1st January 2032'''. [http://www.78discography.com/vic21000.html www.78discography.com] additionally accredits Gus Cannon, who according to [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gus_Cannon wikipedia] died in 1979, which would extend copyright until 1st January 2050.

Latest revision as of 12:55, 26 June 2013

Icon In Copyright.jpg Track 59: Cannon's Jug Stompers with Noah Lewis - Minglewood Blues
Anthology Track 59 label.jpg

Record label accredits authorship to Noah Lewis, as do both anthology booklets. According to wikipedia, Lewis died in 1961, which would put this composition in copyright until 1st January 2032. www.78discography.com additionally accredits Gus Cannon, who according to wikipedia died in 1979, which would extend copyright until 1st January 2050.