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punkfolkrocker Making folk club recordings available (190* d) RE: Making folk club recordings available 06 Jul 21

Many folks bend or completely disregard far more important rules & laws,
which they have no respect for;
and continue to get away with it scot-free..

Such rule-breaking is popularly accepted and encouraged by general society,
who feel these laws are unfair and should not apply to them...

I wonder how many of the legalistic obsessive anti music sharing moaners in this thread,
habitually break rules which could have potentially serious hazardous consequences...???

Here's a possibly not too exaggerated example just for laugh..

Driving slightly over the speed and alcohol limit,
while using a handheld mobile phone to post to this thread how illegal and antisocial music sharing is...

If only these anti sharing obsessives could realise how out of touch they are, and try to keep their negative opinions on these matters in perspective...

We should not pander to them.
We should not allow them to feel they have the moral high ground and control to prevent enthusiasts from sharing and enjoying music,
which has mostly been forgotten or discarded.

Fair enough if the music industry can monetize these scrapings from the bottom of the barrel of music history.
Even better if profits can be reinvested in encouraging young musicians..

As long as the music is made available and remains easily accessible at fair prices..

What we don't need are the miseries who hoard old tapes until they rot beyond use.
Or deliberately destroy them out of pettiness and spite...

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