Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds - Fallin' In Love (in HQ w/timed lyrics)
Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds was a 1970s AM soft rock trio from Los Angeles. The original members were Dan Hamilton (guitar/lead vocal), Joe Frank Carollo (bass/vocal), and Tommy Reynolds (multi-instrumentalist/vocal).
The group first hit the charts in 1971 with "Don't Pull Your Love." Reynolds left the group in late 1972, and was replaced by keyboardist Alan Dennison -- however, the band still kept the name "Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds". This revised line-up scored this, the group's biggest hit, 1975's "Fallin' in Love".
In a lawsuit filed June 24, 2010, Playboy Enterprises sued Drake for copyright infringement by over allegations that his breakout smash "Best I Ever Had" sampled "Fallin' in Love", without attribution or permission.
The suit names Drake, as well as Cash Money Records and Universal Music Group, and asserts that Playboy "has suffered, and will continue to suffer irreparable injury" from the alleged infringement. The lawsuit demands that "all infringing works be recalled and destroyed."
As part of its claim,
Playboy also alleges that "each defendant either knew, or should have reasonably known, that the sound recording was protected by copyright."
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