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For his part, Dirkx isn't that concerned whether Beatles in a Blender will become anything more than an outlet for his creativity. He isn't even sure if he'll keep doing it. He's more concerned with stressing the fact that the tapes are not for sale.
"You might want to emphasize that it's not for sale," he says, for about the 10th time in our conversation. "I've just been kind of giving them away to friends and people I think like the Beatles or whatever. Legally, I don't know where I stand. There's no way you can get Beatles clearances. They're pretty tough on that kind of stuff."
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