”I (George Clinton) want to be known as the man who brought to the attention of America the copyright issues. That’s what I would like my legacy to be, to have turned people on to the fact that they need to fight for their rights to their music. You have to fight a lot of people for your music. You have to fight the copyright companies, like BMI. You have to fight these record companies because they really want to take it all. Right now, it’s time for people to start getting their music back. From about 1978 to 2013, the first thirty-five years, is the timeframe from which you’re allowed to get your music back. In 2013, this will be the first time a lot of people are going to get their music back and I’m going to help them! WE WILL WIN!” – “woof” 10.15.2012
The US Copyright Act allows for "Reclamation of Copyrights" by artists, and the heirs of those that have passed, after 35 years. Starting in 2013 attempts have been made to reclaim copyrights without success.
Our goal is to help artists counteract efforts of record companies and others to maintain their gripes on "mis-appropriated" copyrights.
Join us today on this historic fight and We Will Win!
"I see George Clinton over there, a man who has done more for the word funk that we could ever hope to dream of in our entire lives. So I want to thank James Brown, George Clinton..." - Marc Ronson @ Grammys 2016 www.flashlight2013.com
In almost every interview, George Clinton mentions "Page 379 of my book"
Click above to read what he and many others believe is a key part of the "ongoing systematic fraud of the US Copyright Office ..."