Talk:Pharoah Sanders

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Original research[edit]

This article is either a copyright violation, or is filled with original research. This is obvious from the use of phrases and adjectives which rely on a great deal of subjective appreciation (e.g. "Sanders' brand of revelatory and sometimes political free jazz became less popular"), without any corresponding sources. I ran two quick searches on Google, and found a number of web pages with very similar/near identical text. I realise that some may be mirrors. However, the lack of sources to the statements concerned leads me to suspect that this may have been plagiarism on the part of one of our editors. The problem needs to be dealt with whatever the case. I don't know the subject area well enough to want to determine who copied whom, so I have instead tagged the article {{original research}}. Ohconfucius ¡digame! 03:25, 16 January 2010 (UTC)

Sources belong here, not in external links[edit]

These sources do not belong in External links. I have moved the link farm from there to this talk page where they do belong. Warning: I didn't check them over, so be careful in choosing any references here. Thank you! --Leahtwosaints (talk) 00:41, 3 May 2012 (UTC)