When Pete Brown got tired of his Don Henley album, he did what music fans have done for decades. He sold it. But Brown’s version of the rock classic was digital. The 31-year-old liquor distributor from Indianapolis, Ind., downloaded it from Apple’s iTunes store and resold it on ReDigi.com, the Web’s first consignment shop for digital music that a Cambridge start-up launched last October. Capitol Records is suing ReDigi for being “built on widespread, unauthorized copying of sound recordings.”
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