Music NYT article on 9/11/13 pg C1 – termination rights of copyright. Victor Willis, YMCA fame plus 33 other songs and policeman character of the Village People, was gleeful to learn he won the rights to his own work due to a condition in the 1978 copyright law. After 35 years, musicians can regain control of their creations. Victor can now prevent the Village People from ever singing these songs – at least in the USA. He can control concert halls,stadiums and possibly elevators from every playing his music. Creative works are not works for hire unless specifically stated and agreed.