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    Question State getting dubious CD donations

    You can't always get what you want when it comes to music sent in a court settlement

    The San Francisco Public Library, for instance, will get 91 copies of a '60s rock compilation ("Feelin' Groovy"), 81 copies of an album by reality TV star Jessica Simpson ("Irresistible") and 73 copies of a "Christmas with Yolanda Adams." By contrast, it will receive only single copies of hundreds of other selections, like jazz great Louis Armstrong's "I Love Jazz."
    "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder,'' Dresslar said. "'One person's crap is another person's 'Let's get a groove on.' "
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    "One hundred and six copies of Lenny Kravitz might be overkill,"

    Actually one copy might be overkill!
    I remember when this place was cool.

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    Originally posted by Mr.Hanky
    "One hundred and six copies of Lenny Kravitz might be overkill,"

    Actually one copy might be overkill!
    Well he wasn't the biggest rock star! But some of his songs were ok.
    I'm not sure about a whole album though.
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