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GUEST,Guest Tech: Advice please - Youtube copyright claim (35) RE: Tech: Advice please - Youtube copyright claim 19 Apr 19


Someone posted a track on a FB group, a Daniel O' Donnell recorded song. It just highlighted to me, that there are huge problems ahead in the business of crediting and controlling song rights.    The 'youtube' poster is wrong. The song was not written by Daniel O' Donnell but one H.P. Donoghue.. and published by Valentine Music. But then the official auto-recognition software compounds the error and has misidentified and miscredited the whole song as per a different song written by Johnny Russell and Voni Morrison. Who knows if the real writer is getting his pennies? But it shows that auto claims can be very flawed.   

Cheveyo Hototo
Published on 19 Aug 2011
"Far Far From Home" is the title of a song written and recorded by an Irish singer Daniel O'Donnell and taken from the Album "Irish Collection".
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Song
Far Far From Home
Artist
Daniel O'Donnell
Album
From The Heart / Thoughts Of Home
Writers
Voni Morrison, Johnny Russell
Licensed to YouTube by
Entertainment One U.S., LP (on behalf of Dptv Media); CMRRA, Warner Chappell, Sony ATV Publishing, Exploration Group (Music Publishing), and 4 music rights societies   

It doesn't say much for the current quality of auto identification of works through software recognition.


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