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David Bowie – “Changes”
Joan Jett and The Blackhearts – “I Love Rock And Roll”
Pulp – “Common People”
Motorhead – “Ace of Spades”
Buddy Holly – “Everyday”

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The Uptones – “Bested By Pelicans”
The Fashion Slaves – “Your Toy 2013”
The Equals – “Baby Come Back”
Buddy Holly – “Everyday”
Agent Orange – “Miserlou,” Pipeline,” “Mr. Moto”
Trio – “Anna”
Lonnie Donegan – “Does Your Chewing Gum Lose it’s Flavour?”
The Move – “Feel Too Good”
Sandy Nelson – “Let There Be Drums”
Brian Auger – “Listen Here”
HAIM – “Don’t Save Me”
The Uptones – “Laws and Sausage”
999 – “Homicide”
Television – “Friction”
Danzig – “Mother”
The Pixies – “Bone Machine”
The Distillers – “City Of Angels”
The Selecter – “Missing Words”
Link Wray – “Rumble”
The Cramps – “She Said”
The Tornados – “Telstar”
Patti Smith – “Rock n’ Roll Nigga”
The Uptones – “Not From Here”

 

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Colin Basterfield January 27, 2013 at 8:59 pm

Hi,
First up, I’m really enjoying the selection here.

Secondly I’m new to making short film and such like, most of which I will upload to You Tube. I’m no musician, so need to either recruit one / some, or use tunes that are royalty free. In terms of the license on the music here, what does one have to do to be able to use all of a song or just part thereof? Is it a question of crediting the artist? Asking the artisits permission? Can someone point me to the procedure / protocol please?

Many thanks
Colin

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PD4U Moderator January 28, 2013 at 6:16 am

Hi Colin,

Glad you’re enjoying the music here!
You’ll have to do your own research to determine if a recording qualifies for the specific use you want.
Good luck with the films and thanks for visiting!

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Ariel February 3, 2013 at 7:03 pm

Hello,
I’m a student at a pre-professional ballet school. This year, I’ve been given the opportunity to choreograph a piece of my own; however, the other choreographers and I are restricted to using music that is in the Public Domain, because our pieces will be performed at a show that charges admission, and the performance will be recorded on DVDs that will be for sale. How do I know which song recordings on this website are free and legally available for use for our show? They’re all great, but I don’t want to pick something that will get me into trouble, or something that I won’t be able to use.
Thank you for your time!

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PD4U Moderator February 4, 2013 at 3:48 pm

Hi Ariel,

Thanks for visiting, glad you’re enjoying the music here.
You’ll have to do your own research to determine if a song recording qualifies for the specific use you want.

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Joel March 26, 2013 at 8:12 pm

Does anybody know if “A Change is Gonna Come” is in the Public Domain?

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JJ July 15, 2013 at 4:43 pm

You know, “Do your own research” is how many end up here…and quickly go elsewhere when no information is offered. Just sayin.

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PD4U Moderator July 15, 2013 at 4:57 pm

Thanks for that JJ. The research we did was for an mp3 download. We’d hate for someone to get in trouble relying on that, to synch music to a video, which is a totally different right. With that said, we hope you enjoy the music. We are not music supervisors, we are music lovers who want other music lovers to hear music from our past.

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Mary Steinbis June 17, 2014 at 12:55 am

Is Farmer in the Dell public domain? I would like to use that melody with new words.
Thanks!

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John Poly June 26, 2014 at 12:02 am

Is the song by the Hilltoppers of the 1950′s entitled “The Old Cabaret” in the
public domain?

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