Paige Parsons

Comments from Paige Parsons

I don't know what the copyright laws are in the UK, but as a rock photographer I'm keenly aware of copyright and IP issues here in the states. @MorrisseyGang was within his rights in creating a unique piece of art that appropriated other images. Morrissey or his agents had no rights to commercially reproduce and sell @MorrisseyGang's work. An artist can appropriate any image that they want to create a unique work of art. The limitations are then on distributing and in particular selling the art piece. @MorrisseyGang has the right to produce quantities of less than 200, as that is not considered commercial - it's considered a limited edition piece of art. That's why I as a photographer can create limited edition prints without the express consent of anyone in the photograph. @MorrisseyGang owns the copyright on the particular piece of art, and no one can reproduce it without his permission.
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March 14, 2015 on Morrissey Steals Fan’s Artwork For A Tour T-Shirt … Again
Um, Mr Wilson Lee's the photographer (nice pix, BTW!), not the writer. That writing credit goes to Ryan Leas.
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June 9, 2014 on BottleRock 2014 Friday: TV On The Radio Debut Three Songs, The Cure Get Cut Off
Spot on, Miles! You are so right about Chromatics and Chic. I'd also add Phoenix's headlining set at Twin Peaks. The bass was cranked up to 11, and you could feel it in your bones. The rain, the lights, the energy were magic.
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August 13, 2013 on The 10 Best Things At Outside Lands 2013
So disappointed with the lineup. No token retro acts, most of the headliners have played Sasquatch before on the smaller stages. I've only been to Sasquatch twice, but I've already seen St. Vincent, Bon Iver The Shins and Silversun Pickups, M Ward and Explosions in The Sky and The Walkmen at Sasquatch 2009 or 2011.
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February 3, 2012 on Sasquatch! 2012 Lineup
You forgot his most recent cover, "Love's Gonna Live Here" by Buck Owens from his Noisepop 2011 show at the Great American. Ironicly he talked joked at length about how he chooses what to cover, how he only plays them once, etc. Think it's also included in the recording. He also did a Sugar cover with Bob Mould, "If I Can't Change Your Mind" at the same show.
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April 11, 2011 on Download Ben Gibbard & Death Cab For Cutie’s Best Cover Songs