Many many years ago I bought a box of reel-to-reel tapes from a yard sale, and promptly forgot about them. A few weeks ago I was looking through them before throwing out the box. They included some unreleased tracks and demos from a music star (the tapes are from the early 1950s) before they became a huge success and Hall-of-Famer. I *think* these used to belong to a sound engineer of a small record label, which was later swallowed by a large label as far as I can tell. My question is, would the tapes belong to the current record company, the artists estate, finder's keepers, or what?Thank you all very much for your responses, they have been very helpful. If I do anything, I will mostly talk to a local entertainment atty and probably give them to the record company that does the artist's latest record compilations in the US.