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GUEST,Rossey The problem with Discogs (70* d) RE: The problem with Discogs 07 Apr 19


It's when a site claims to be giving correct information, and some autobot they created screws it up (though the other issue over cover printing errors is equally annoying and has often been dealt with, only to be brought back by Discogs and their ilk. Argggh!   It's like my Tartan and Country singing brother Ronnie Ross, often has his biography and playlists on Google pages mixed up with the cool jazz player of the same name who played on Bowie and Lou Reed etc. Same with a Tartan singer Called Carl Wilson who shares his name with the Beach Boy. Autobots! Think how irritating and disheartening it is when you type in a title of a song on Google and Discogs comes up with 'Composed by..' (false info), without even visiting their page, and all down to some eejits who create a false piece of information which could easily be verified and fixed (alas they have no method of public correction on the Autobot page). The mudcat cafe is a site where people try and get the true stories of songs, and I as a historian and copyright owner share that ethic.


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