There's a good chance you've never heard of the song "Amen, Brother" from the band The Winstons, a b-side released in 1969.

But there's a very good chance that you've heard what is referred to as the "Amen, Brother" break, a six-second drum solo that appeared in the middle of the song.

Since it was released, the same drum break has been used in an estimated 1,500 songs -- and The Winstons never received a dime for it, Rolling Stone magazine and BBC News reported.

A United Kingdom DJ, Martyn Webster, has started a page on GoFundMe to pay Spencer back for his musical contribution.

Source: Free Beer & Hot Wings