User talk:FredClem

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Fair use rationale for Image:Vik Puppy Love.jpg[edit]

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I thought I had represented a fair rationale of "Fair Use" as a part of the image when uploaded. It met with more than one citeria (as I saw it) in the "Faiir Use" rationale. The image as a whole itself was original (I created it). It's only outside contribution was a mirrored logo of the label name, used mainly as a graphic example for the text provided. That logo itself was purposely presented in a much lower resolution than originally published. It was not intended to compromise any copyright given RCA.

Please explain further why it was withdrawn. What is considered as being a "suitable explanation"? I really thought no more explanation was necessary. (Who is "I" who withdrew the image?)

Fred Clemens (FredClem)

Fair use rationale for Image:Vik0197Samuels.jpg[edit]

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As with previous image, I felt the image used met with "fair use" rationale as described in Wikipedia guidelines. It was intentionally of lower resolution than the original publication, and was presented as a graphic example of how the RCA owned logo (Vik) was presented in it's original form. Any other presentaion I feel would have compromised what was intended. How can you justify allowing an album cover image if you can't use the same justification in using a label image?

Wikipedia often requires "citation needed" in order to validate certain information. Many times I see information sources being as inaccurate, or that inaccurate information as being exaggerated at best. What better source is there than to go with the actual unmodified artifact? I have made corrections to certain pages based on specific artifacts (physical evidence), or what was learned from the person, himself (as was by Jerry Samuels), not what was represented by others in a book or article, ).

Fred Clemens (FredClem)

Orphaned non-free media (Image:Vik Puppy Love.jpg)[edit]

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Orphaned non-free media (Image:Vik0197Samuels.jpg)[edit]

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We Belong Together (Robert & Johnny song)[edit]

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Your changes on Johnny Brown (actor)[edit]

Do you have a source for your claims about his singing career? Power~enwiki (talk) 00:21, 24 July 2017 (UTC)

I have the actual records, which are easily dated via their respective label's catalog system. I also have the promotional insert shown in the listing. The insert tells about the earlier part of his career.

What more would you need to know...?

Fred

I found http://www.45cat.com/artist/johnny-brown which looks like the same person, the catalogue number matches your picture. I think I can get any missing data from there. Power~enwiki (talk) 00:35, 24 July 2017 (UTC)

I had added the insert there about a year ago. I had also put in for a disambiguation as there was more than one Johnny Brown listed. Their voices tell all.

Fred