[Powderworks] ebay seller
nedkellytheking at hotmail.com
Fri Feb 27 14:51:59 MST 2004
I'm totally in agreeance here with Cheryl, and I'm glad she's brought this
up because it is something that I too have wanted to bring up. She makes an
extremely good point and I too don't appreciate fans that sell material that
isn't theirs. If you want to spend the blood and guts that musicians put
into writing, recording, promoting, and touring, then fine, you can make
money through the industry no problem. But if you are selling another
person's work which they spent not only hours producing, but also years
establishing a name for themselves, it is illegal...simple as that. Not
only is it bad for the artist, but it is bad for the music industry in
general. I am currently involved somewhat in the music industry, and once
I'm done with college I'd like to know that there are jobs still available
for me...and that they haven't all been wiped out because of people
pirating. That's just my two cents on the subject. Thanks Cheryl for
stepping out and bringing up this subject!
----Original Message Follows----
From: "Cheryl H" <ooiiilllss at hotmail.com>
To: powderworks at cs.colorado.edu
Subject: [Powderworks] ebay seller
Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2004 11:59:44 -0500
hey all -
I've been putting this off for a long time now, but it's time to say
something. as we all know, the Oils don't have a problem with trading
bootlegs, but they do have a problem with people who make a profit from
them. what makes it worse, is that not only is this person a fan, but is a
member of the list. I know for a fact that she ripped off someone $40 for
at least 2 shows each, and now has 2 more shows for sale starting at $19.
let me just say for someone who pulls this kind of shit, you have a lot of
nerve signing up on the OilsLive tree as a leaf.
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