Talk:Blame It on the Boogie
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Along with other info on the song's background I've restored the info re the Jacksons' manager hearing the Mick Jackson original at a MIDEM convention. The background on how the two versions of the song came to be is certainly relevant and as that info was given concisely and fully sourced I contend that it should not have been deleted.
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Tina Charles: "I recorded 'Blame it on the Boogie' before M. Jackson, Sony said [...] 'not strong enough'"
Now that's news! This is from an interview Tina Charles gave to discomusic.com: http://www.discomusic.com/people-more/12743_0_11_0_C/ Too bad nobody has ever been allowed to hear the song before the Jacksons version. Is this interview evidence enough to put this into the article? -andy 188.8.131.52 (talk) 03:55, 17 March 2009 (UTC)
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I inserted the US side label and then pushed down the German/Dutch front cover. One of the logos| of Epic Records is ineligible for copyright. Consider the US side label free to use. Meanwhile, the German/Dutch front cover is non-free and does the same purpose as the free side label: identifying the release of the song as part of a single release. Pinging Ss112 for invitation. --George Ho (talk) 21:00, 4 August 2017 (UTC)