Lansat la inceput ca un banal schimb de replici intre ocupantul de drept al Cotroceniului si cel mai mare reprezentant al generatiei de “decretei” (printre care ma numar si eu….’74!!), subiectul “copy paste-ul” din peisajul mioritic
are deopotriva, reluari dar si episoade nou dezbatute, aflate in plina desfasurare.
Ca vorbim de blogosfera, presa scrisa, retete culinare sau incrucisarea germenilor de grau, toate orgoliile – inflamate si scapate in aratura – au plecat bezmetice la vanatoare de…….PLAGIAT!!!! Inutila incercarea de a consola mandria ilustrului anonim sau de a o pansa pe cea a vesnic-persecutatului, prin argumente de tipul “convergenta si divergenta cuvintelor”, informatia si caracterul informativ care trebuie sa circule liber in mileniul trei sau pur si simplu de EROAREA in care se afla cei doi condamnand pripit un act artistic, aflat undeva la limita dintre creatie si plagiat. Iata doua exemple de “plagiat”. Ma declar de pe acum o admiratoare a ambelor versiuni.


Giorgio Armani – Acqua Di Gio


“You Keep Me Hangin’ On” is a 1966 song written by Holland–Dozier–Holland and originally recorded by The Supremes for the Motown label. The song became the group’s eighth number-one single when it topped the Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart for two weeks in the United States from November 13, 1966 through November 27, 1966.
It has since been covered by numerous musicians such as Wilson Pickett, The Box Tops, Anca,Italian singer Mina, Jackie DeShannon, Rod Stewart, The Rods, Tim Buckley, Alvin and the Chipmunks and The Chipettes, Theatre of Tragedy, Madness, The Overtones, Colourbox and Dianna Agron in Glee. Famous covers include by late-1960s rock band Vanilla Fudge, 1980s pop singer Kim Wilde, 1990s country singer Reba McEntire and Phil Collins in 2010.

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