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  1. Isn’t it always better to be up front about our sources – if we know. After all an homage is an homage, don’t you think?
    Copyright is one thing, and complicated, but courtesy never hurts. If we use something, we should be polite and mention it. Maybe courtesy could overcome some of these legal problems? Permission can always be asked for, if there is a copyright issue and it is pleasant to acknowlege our inspiration – as so many artists of the past did, in music as in painting. Otherwise it smacks of trying to take all the credit ourselves, which feels a bit sneaky.
    How do you feel about it?

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