Brainwaves – November 22, 2022 – Is this plagiarism?

Brainwaves compares Owl City’s “When Will I See You Again?” with Marshall Crenshaw’s “Whenever You’re on My Mind.” Is this a lawsuit waiting to happen? Plus “cloud” music from A.C. Newman, Teenage Fanclub, The Rolling Stones, the Bangles and Cloud Cult (of course). And let’s not forget the Cloud Room (they’re sleeping in the ocean). It’s all coming up on this week’s Brainwaves!

BandSong
Owl CityWhen Will I See You Again?
Marshall CrenshawWhenever You’re on my Mind
The New PornographersChampions of Red Wine
The Handsome FamilyFar From Any Road 
CalexicoCruel
It BitesStill Too Young to Remember
Chris MarsDon’t You See It
American Music ClubThe Horseshoe Wreath in Bloom
The BatsSimpletons
The ElectrolitesSunny Pasadena
Vampire WeekendOxford Comma
Nava Tehila BandHallelujah
 Katamari Damacy
Gary NumanCars
GrouploveTongue Tied
Neon TreesLove in the 21st Century
Vance JoyRiptide
Aviv BlumYour Song (cover: Elton John)
Crosby Stills Nash and YoungWoodstock
Echo and the BunnymenAltamont
Counting CrowsHangin’ Around
Matt Pond PAThe Hollows
Cloud CultEverybody Here is a Cloud
Cloud RoomWe Sleep in the Ocean
A.C. NewmanThe Cloud Prayer
Teenage Fan ClubDark Clouds
The Rolling StonesGet Off of My Cloud
The BanglesUnder a Cloud
Peter GabrielRed Rain
Keira KnightleyTell Me if You Wanna Go Home
Glen HansardTrying to Pull Myself Away
New ModelsStrangers in Disguise
Bow Wow WowI Want Candy
Orchestral Maneuvers in the DarkElectricity
Deaf SchoolWhat a Way to End it All

Author: Brian Blum

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