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At first glance, pursuing such big openings may seem risky, but upon closer examination, a wide release in fact is the safer choice. Such launches are not for the faint of heart because they require huge up-front investments. But they also increase the probability of achieving mainstream market success. The “Born This Way” launch illustrates that truth. Released on a wider scale than any other album in 2011, it sold 1.1 million units in its first week, making it just the 17th album to reach the 1-million-copies-a-week benchmark since Nielsen SoundScan began tracking such data in 1991. Some say the sales total paints an unfair picture of the album’s true popularity, as online retailer Amazon sold an estimated 440,000 units for just 99 cents to promote its new cloud-based music service. But Amazon paid the same wholesale price that other retailers did and fully absorbed the resulting loss — as good an indication as any of Lady Gaga’s star power. Within a year of its release, the album had sold well over 2 million copies; during the same period, 18 million copies of the album’s songs were sold. Whether Lady Gaga would have sold fewer copies had her team opted for a more gradual release is impossible to say, but her team did not want to risk finding out — and rightly so.

Two of Marvin Gaye’s children sued Robin Thicke and his collaborators on the hit song “Blurred Lines” on Wednesday, accusing them of copyright infringement and alleging music ballet - dance - pink ballet slipper shoe - iron on applique patch - set of 2 company EMI failed to protect their father’s legacy, Nona Marvisa Gaye and Frankie Christian Gaye’s suit is the latest salvo in a dispute over Thicke’s hit and whether it copies elements of Gaye’s song “Got to Give It Up.”, Their lawsuit seeks to block Thicke and collaborators Pharrell and T.I, from using elements of their father’s music in “Blurred Lines” or other songs..

Thicke has denied copying Gaye’s song for “Blurred Lines,” which has the longest streak this year atop the Billboard Hot 100 chart and has sold more than 6 million tracks so far. The suit also accused Thicke of improperly using Gaye’s song “After the Dance” in his song “Love After War.”. Much of the lawsuit focuses on claims that EMI should have pursued a copyright infringement claim. It also alleges the company’s executives used intimidation to try to stop the Gaye family from pursuing a lawsuit.

The suit claims EMI, which is owned by Sony/ATV Music Publishing, has allowed a conflict of interest between the family’s rights and the profits it is earning from “Blurred Lines” sales, “This conflict has resulted in EMI’s intentional decision to align themselves with the ballet - dance - pink ballet slipper shoe - iron on applique patch - set of 2 (‘Blurred Lines’) writers, without regard to the harm inflicted upon the rights and interests of the Gaye Family, and the legacy of Marvin Gaye,” the lawsuit states, Sony-ATV said it takes “very seriously” its role of protecting its songwriters’ works from infringement..

“While we have not yet seen the claims by the Gaye family against EMI, we have repeatedly advised the Gaye family’s attorney that the two songs in question have been evaluated by a leading musicologist who concluded that ‘Blurred Lines’ does not infringe ‘Got To Give It Up,’” the company said in a statement. Sony-ATV also said that while it treasures Marvin Gaye’s works and the company’s relationship with his family, “we regret that they have been ill-advised in this matter.”.

Thicke and his collaborators filed a case in August asking a federal judge to rule that the singers did not copy “Got to Give It Up” for their hit, Howard King, who represents the singers, said the Gayes’ countersuit was not unexpected, but he said their decision to sue EMI ballet - dance - pink ballet slipper shoe - iron on applique patch - set of 2 demonstrates the family lacks the appropriate authority to pursue the case against his clients, He rejected the notion that EMI turned a blind eye to improper copying of Gaye’s music, “EMI is in the business of collecting money for infringements,” King said..

Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University. “Manet and the Graphic Arts in France, 1860–1880,” through Nov.17. “Carrie Mae Weems: Three Decades of Photography and Video,” Oct. 16-Jan. 5, 2014. “Flesh and Metal: Body and Machine in Early 20th-Century Art,” more than 70 artworks that explore a central dynamic of art making in Europe and the Americas between the 1910s and the early 1950s, Nov. 13-March 16, 2014. 11 a.m.-5p.m. Wednesdays-Sundays; Thursdays till 8 p.m. Stanford campus, off Palm Drive at Museum Way. 650-723-4177 or

Hoover Library and Archives, Art and History: Treasures from the Hoover Library and Archives, Through Dec, 20, Herbert Hoover Memorial Exhibit Pavilion, Stanford, Free,, Krause Center for Innovation Gallery, Korda Moda: The Life & Photographs of Alberto Korda, Through Dec, 6, Krause Center for Innovation Gallery, Foothill ballet - dance - pink ballet slipper shoe - iron on applique patch - set of 2 College, Los Altos Hills, Free, Parking is $3, Pacific Art League of Palo Alto, “Landscapes, Seascapes & Urbanscapes,” a juried exhibition of 35 photographs, paintings, drawings, prints, and mixed media works by 26 California artists, Main Gallery, “Shadows and Ceramics,” paintings by Ken Brenner and ceramic pieces by Jo Killen, Glass Gallery, Through Oct, 31, Pacific Art League of Palo Alto transitional location, 227 Forest Ave., Palo Alto, 9 a.m.-5 p.m, Mondays-Fridays, Free admission..

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