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Old November 23rd, 2010, 03:05 AM   #16
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Nigel, it seems to me you're going round in circles. You drew my attention to an issue which was never raised; of course people can play copyright music at a private party. My point was whether the LM agreement covers the recording of that performance - we (my solicitor and I) now agree it does.
Sorry, I must have misunderstood as I thought that you thought that you needed the band to sign your legal indemnity so that you could record them for the wedding DVD. I didn't think that you did & it appears that your solicitor now agrees with me in that regard:-). If it is so that the band can use the recording elsewhere then that is another issue although the LM licence does cover unsigned bands.
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