Avast, me hearties! It’s time to walk a musical plank as we plunge into the sea of The Last Tuesday Project!

This month we went to our postbag and grabbed a couple of listener questions. We ended up plumping for a question from Simon (@flatsquid) about piracy and the music business. We go back to the late 19th century to music piracy’s paper origins, mixtapes, insufficient data and gospel music in Kenya.

 

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This month’s icon uses a photo from The British Library Image Archive on Flickr.

 

 

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With huge thanks, as usual, to Strong4Life for the use of his music.

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