Listen to music in the video. At the beginning I’ve heard Tim McMorris song “It’s a Beautiful Day” ( http://audiojungle.net/item/its-a-beautiful-day/120089 ) ...but it’s not “Beautiful Day”....it’s a NEW song “It’s a Wonderful Day”
And how compose songs for ad in your country?=)))))
Wow, that’s pretty blatant. Nice catch.
even voice seems simillar
Yeah. Pretty much identical. Won’t be buying that juice. How do you like them apples?
Could be pastiche but not plagiarism. Probably the client said “we want something like Beautiful Day”.
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On second listen I have to agree with you guys. As a jingle writer myself I get asked to do this all the time, though this one does skirt really close to the edge.
Oh well Tim, imitation IS the highest form of flattery I guess!
I thought “sound a-likes” in general put you on dangerous legal ground. It was my understanding that if one could show clear intent to copy, then there was a case for possible legal action. It doesn’t matter if the chords are a little different or the melody is a little different. There is clear intent to copy in this case. This one is pretty mind-blowing.