#1
Pretty much every electric blues/rock guitarist from the 60s covered old blues songs and standards on their albums. The only difference is that Jimmy Page and Led Zeppelin didn't give official, legal credit the original writers.

Therefore, its not a matter of music, but legality.

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#3
well ya gotta figure dude, its a matter or probability rather than any legal issues
or respects or anything

mainly because of the simple fact that
well
in a period of over 1000 years and music being recorded and composed
it would be logical to think that atleast a few notes would relate to other songs
and what not
and even further and now in this day n age in music
everythings pretty much been done atleast once
its just a race at this point in my opinion
jus to see who gets to publish that riff first
more or less
but as long as its real then so what
i steal things all the time
its half the reason why i can come up with and improvise
licks and riffs relatively easily
#4
Quote by tinoynk
Pretty much every electric blues/rock guitarist from the 60s covered old blues songs and standards on their albums. The only difference is that Jimmy Page and Led Zeppelin didn't give official, legal credit the original writers.

Therefore, its not a matter of music, but legality.

END OF STORY


Yeah, stole.
I deeply regret the 6661 in my username. Siiiigh. Damn you, 14 year old me, you edgy little bastard.