File:Guitar Slim - The Things That I Used to Do.ogg

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Guitar_Slim_-_The_Things_That_I_Used_to_Do.ogg(Ogg Vorbis sound file, length 30 s, 51 kbps)

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Rationale of fair use for The Things That I Used to Do sample[edit]

This is a sound sample from a commercial recording. Its inclusion here is claimed as fair use because:

  • It illustrates an educational article that specifically discusses the song from which this sample was taken. The section of music used is discussed in the article in relation to the song's lyrics, musical and vocal style, and may contain part of the song's chorus.
  • It is a sample of no more than 30 seconds from a much longer recording, and could not be used as a substitute for the original commercial recording or to recreate the original recording.
  • It is of a lower quality than the original recording.
  • It is not replaceable with an uncopyrighted or freely copyrighted sample of comparable educational value.
  • It is believed that this sample will not affect the value of the original work or limit the copyright holder's rights or ability to distribute the original recording.
  • The audio sample is a copyrighted work. U.S. copyright laws apply to this work. Should a free or public domain sample be located, it should be used in place of this audio sample.

I believe that this use of the excerpt is in good faith, and that its inclusion enhances the quality of the article The Things That I Used to Do, without reducing the commercial value of the recording from which it was drawn. Jagged 85 (talk) 10:02, 2 July 2012 (UTC)

Rationale of fair use in Origins of rock and roll article[edit]

This is a sound sample from a commercial recording. Its inclusion here is claimed as fair use because:

  • It illustrates an educational article that specifically discusses the song from which this sample was taken. The section of music used is discussed in the article in relation to the song's lyrics, musical and vocal style, and may contain part of the song's chorus.
  • It is a sample of no more than 30 seconds from a much longer recording, and could not be used as a substitute for the original commercial recording or to recreate the original recording.
  • It is of a lower quality than the original recording.
  • It is not replaceable with an uncopyrighted or freely copyrighted sample of comparable educational value.
  • It is believed that this sample will not affect the value of the original work or limit the copyright holder's rights or ability to distribute the original recording.
  • The audio sample is a copyrighted work. U.S. copyright laws apply to this work. Should a free or public domain sample be located, it should be used in place of this audio sample.

I believe that this use of the excerpt is in good faith, and that its inclusion enhances the quality of the article Origins of rock and roll, without reducing the commercial value of the recording from which it was drawn. Jagged 85 (talk) 23:33, 2 July 2012 (UTC)

Rationale of fair use in Guitar Slim[edit]

This is a sound sample from a commercial recording. Its inclusion here is claimed as fair use because:

  • It illustrates an educational article that specifically discusses the song from which this sample was taken. The section of music used is discussed in the article in relation to the song's lyrics, musical and vocal style, and may contain part of the song's chorus.
  • It is a sample of no more than 30 seconds from a much longer recording, and could not be used as a substitute for the original commercial recording or to recreate the original recording.
  • It is of a lower quality than the original recording.
  • It is not replaceable with an uncopyrighted or freely copyrighted sample of comparable educational value.
  • It is believed that this sample will not affect the value of the original work or limit the copyright holder's rights or ability to distribute the original recording.
  • The audio sample is a copyrighted work. U.S. copyright laws apply to this work. Should a free or public domain sample be located, it should be used in place of this audio sample.

I believe that this use of the excerpt is in good faith, and that its inclusion enhances the quality of the article Guitar Slim, without reducing the commercial value of the recording from which it was drawn. Jagged 85 (talk) 14:41, 6 July 2012 (UTC)

Rationale of fair use in New Orleans blues article[edit]

This is a sound sample from a commercial recording. Its inclusion here is claimed as fair use because:

  • It illustrates an educational article that specifically discusses the song from which this sample was taken. The section of music used is discussed in the article in relation to the song's lyrics, musical and vocal style, and may contain part of the song's chorus.
  • It is a sample of no more than 30 seconds from a much longer recording, and could not be used as a substitute for the original commercial recording or to recreate the original recording.
  • It is of a lower quality than the original recording.
  • It is not replaceable with an uncopyrighted or freely copyrighted sample of comparable educational value.
  • It is believed that this sample will not affect the value of the original work or limit the copyright holder's rights or ability to distribute the original recording.
  • The audio sample is a copyrighted work. U.S. copyright laws apply to this work. Should a free or public domain sample be located, it should be used in place of this audio sample.

I believe that this use of the excerpt is in good faith, and that its inclusion enhances the quality of the article New Orleans blues, without reducing the commercial value of the recording from which it was drawn. Jagged 85 (talk) 03:14, 15 July 2012 (UTC)

Rationale of fair use in Electric blues article[edit]

This is a sound sample from a commercial recording. Its inclusion here is claimed as fair use because:

  • It illustrates an educational article that specifically discusses the song from which this sample was taken. The section of music used is discussed in the article in relation to the song's lyrics, musical and vocal style, and may contain part of the song's chorus.
  • It is a sample of no more than 30 seconds from a much longer recording, and could not be used as a substitute for the original commercial recording or to recreate the original recording.
  • It is of a lower quality than the original recording.
  • It is not replaceable with an uncopyrighted or freely copyrighted sample of comparable educational value.
  • It is believed that this sample will not affect the value of the original work or limit the copyright holder's rights or ability to distribute the original recording.
  • The audio sample is a copyrighted work. U.S. copyright laws apply to this work. Should a free or public domain sample be located, it should be used in place of this audio sample.

I believe that this use of the excerpt is in good faith, and that its inclusion enhances the quality of the article Electric blues, without reducing the commercial value of the recording from which it was drawn. Jagged 85 (talk) 03:14, 15 July 2012 (UTC)

Rationale of fair use in Distortion (music) article[edit]

This is a sound sample from a commercial recording. Its inclusion here is claimed as fair use because:

  • It illustrates an educational article that specifically discusses the song from which this sample was taken. The section of music used is discussed in the article in relation to the song's lyrics, musical and vocal style, and may contain part of the song's chorus.
  • It is a sample of no more than 30 seconds from a much longer recording, and could not be used as a substitute for the original commercial recording or to recreate the original recording.
  • It is of a lower quality than the original recording.
  • It is not replaceable with an uncopyrighted or freely copyrighted sample of comparable educational value.
  • It is believed that this sample will not affect the value of the original work or limit the copyright holder's rights or ability to distribute the original recording.
  • The audio sample is a copyrighted work. U.S. copyright laws apply to this work. Should a free or public domain sample be located, it should be used in place of this audio sample.

I believe that this use of the excerpt is in good faith, and that its inclusion enhances the quality of the article Distortion (music), without reducing the commercial value of the recording from which it was drawn. Jagged 85 (talk) 03:14, 15 July 2012 (UTC)

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current10:02, 2 July 2012
30 s (187 KB)Jagged 85 (talk | contribs)*Sound sample from the song "The Things That I Used to Do" *Song length: 0:30 *Reduced quality: Yes *Songwriter(s): Guitar Slim *Performed by: Guitar Slim *Producer(s): Ray Charles *Copyright © 1953 Specialty Records === Rationale...
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