Difference between revisions of "Talk:John Henry's Shoes"

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I apologise for thinking it was a Bob Dylan song - I should have looked into it a bit more ;)--[[User:268229|268229]] 23:15, 30 January 2006 (PST)
 
I apologise for thinking it was a Bob Dylan song - I should have looked into it a bit more ;)--[[User:268229|268229]] 23:15, 30 January 2006 (PST)
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This would be a good time to cement the non-commercial songs, Lyriki is meant to cater to those as well.  However, since most of the interest has been in commercial releases, that's what most of the thought in standardizing has gone too.  I've actually deleted some others for having artists I couldn't verify in any regard and did not receive a reply from the IPs talk page.  However, being that we do know this submission and who it's by, perhaps we can just move it to an appropriate location, maybe something like NCC:Luke Williams:John Henry's Shoes, or something along that lines.  I can't remember if it survived the first Lyriki server move, but we did have a small blurb about creative commons submissions, could perhaps adopt that for non-commercial releases if we can get in touch with the original submitting author. --[[User:Nanenj|Nanenj]] 00:09, 31 January 2006 (PST)

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After searching for the existance of this song, I only found the lyrics at this thread, posted by a user caleld "Lukethedrifter" - the article here has the words "Written by Luke Williams" on the top. So my conclusion is that this so called song, is no more than a poem written by Luke. I don't know if you want to delete this entry or not.

I apologise for thinking it was a Bob Dylan song - I should have looked into it a bit more ;)--268229 23:15, 30 January 2006 (PST)

This would be a good time to cement the non-commercial songs, Lyriki is meant to cater to those as well. However, since most of the interest has been in commercial releases, that's what most of the thought in standardizing has gone too. I've actually deleted some others for having artists I couldn't verify in any regard and did not receive a reply from the IPs talk page. However, being that we do know this submission and who it's by, perhaps we can just move it to an appropriate location, maybe something like NCC:Luke Williams:John Henry's Shoes, or something along that lines. I can't remember if it survived the first Lyriki server move, but we did have a small blurb about creative commons submissions, could perhaps adopt that for non-commercial releases if we can get in touch with the original submitting author. --Nanenj 00:09, 31 January 2006 (PST)