"it's well known that Celtic Music does own both legal rights and master tapes"
Well known urban myths do not a legal case make. No one that I have seen has ever offered anything close to incontrovertible proof (copies of the contracts, bills of sale, etc.) of the sale of the Leader catalogue, masters, and rights to Celtic Music.
That supposedly "well known" fact, as Anahata puts it, is in fact a "widely believed presumption". No proof.
Pat Cooksey--I really do wish you the very best with your case. It would be good if someone COULD prove something against Celtic Music, so people could get some sort of feeling of resolution about this subject, and move on, just as life has and will for all the parties involved.
IMO, this jihad is now, and always has been a case of Brit begrudgery.