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That's a bootleg. Either it's a home recording of one of the concerts, or a rip of the 2-LP (CD) releases. You can even see the fold in the LP's poster on Karen's sleeve.
I know they aren't official, but I like these and it`s something different.
Karen Carpenter custom wristwatch. White face. Unique. New. Choice of 3 watches | eBay
Since the damage has been done, maybe a paypal donation to Chris T. is in order.Well, in the end, I couldn't resist, I had to buy one, sorry.
mine will be here Monday, but he`s also sold another one AND re-listed them since and raised the price, so they either haven't been reported or Ebay aren't removing them. I do appreciate that they are using someone else`s drawings, but at the same time, it`s not really my fault or anyone else`s that buys them
I’ve never heard that rumour. I don’t think they even recorded a studio version of that track. From all that I’ve read and heard, it was Help! which was being considered as a follow up.I was reading about Your Navy Presents. I’ve been searching for that a long time too. Seems I always miss out. The rumor was that Cinderella Rockefella was going to be the follow up single, to Ticket, before Herb asked Richard to record Close to You instead. Smart choice!!!!!! Still it’s an interesting tune on that lp.
But, yes it IS. Anyone who supports people who steal intellectual property are in fact aiding and abetting the "criminals." By buying the article, you're keeping the seller in business, and allowing their business to continue. All they have to do is to use a non-copyrighted image and they can sell as many as they wish.
Harry, the drawing in question was created for, and appears in the book "Little Girl Blue". On the "Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data" page, you will find the line:This case is perhaps a little more gray area because I have no idea whether or not Chris Tassin, who I only know through this forum, has in fact copyrighted his drawings. That's his business and not mine. If he hasn't actually gone through a legal copyright process, then his drawings may be seen as fair game to anyone who uses them.