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* Ian: It was a piece of music that we were playing around the time… I believe it was late ’71, maybe early ’72 when we were on tour and we had a support band who had been signed up for the tour, and subsequently, before the tour began, had a hit single. The song, I believe, called “Take It Easy.” And they were indeed the Eagles. We didn’t interact with them very much because they were countrified laid back polite rock, and we were a bit wacky and English and doing weird stuff. And I don’t think they liked us, and we didn’t much like them. There was no communication, really, at all. Just a polite observance of each other’s space when it came to sound checks and show time. But they probably heard us play the song, because that would have featured in the sets back then, and maybe it was just something they kind of picked up on subconsciously, and introduced that chord sequence into their famous song “Hotel California” sometime later. But, you know, it’s not plagiarism. It’s just the same chord sequence. It’s in a different time signature, different key, different context. And it’s a very, very fine song that they wrote, so I can’t feel anything other than a sense of happiness for their sake. And I feel flattered that they came across that chord sequence. But it’s difficult to find a chord sequence that hasn’t been used, and hasn’t been the focus of lots of pieces of music. It’s harmonic progression is almost a mathematical certainty you’re gonna crop up with the same thing sooner or later if you sit strumming a few chords on a guitar. There’s certainly no bitterness or any sense of plagiarism attached to my view on it, although I do sometimes allude, in a joking way, to accepting it as a kind of tribute. It’s a bit like this tribute Rolex that I’m wearing.
* SF: (laughing) You can get those in New York City.
* Ian: Well, a counterfeit, or a knockoff, I’m making the obvious joke. That’s just getting a laugh on stage. Fair game. http://www.songfacts.com/int/2009/09/ian-anderson-jethro-tull.html</ref><ref>During a BBC radio interview, Ian Anderson (Tull's frontman ) said laughingly that he was still waiting for the royalties. Jethro Tull have toured with the Eagles. (thanks, Lawrence - Royal Tunbridge Wells, England) http://www.rock-songs.com/songfacts/hotel-california-eagles.html</ref>al posible [[plagio]] cometido por ''The Eagles'' en la canción "Hotel California" (1977), sobre su canción "We usedUsed toTo knowKnow", del álbum ''[[Stand Up]]'' (1969), aunque nunca llegó a plantear el tema judicialmente. Durante [[1970]] The Eagles fue telonero de Jethro Tull, momento en el cual la banda inglesa interpretaba en vivo su tema.
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