So what I've noticed is that even though they only spotlight one track a day (usually), Amazon MP3 actually throws a lot of free selections out there several times a week. I'm going to try tracking them so you have one MORE thing to skip over every day - ALTHOUGH, since they cost you NOTHING but time and a few megabytes, it will hopefully strike you as palatable and perhaps even worth being adventurous and trying something you might not otherwise have a chance to listen to.
Amazon has over 1500 available, but I am not going to give you THAT entire list. (Yet.) I decided to start from 1 March and we'll go from there. It should never be this large again if I'm paying attention.
Here's 87 free songs to start you off - I spaced them out to make them easier to click:
Thanks for doing this. There are several on that list that I'd missed and would at least like to check out. Of course, that'll have to wait until I get the new computer up and running but it will happen.
Vocatus atque non vocatus, Deus aderit. -- Erasmus
All others things being equal, the simplest solution is usually stupidity. -- Darwin Minor
listened to a bunch of previews, downloaded one (so far). Thanks
We'll be back right after order has been restored here in the Omni Center.
That the universe was formed by a fortuitous concourse of atoms, I will no more believe than that the accidental jumbling of the alphabet would fall into a most ingenious treatise of philosophy - Swift
Haven't heard this particular song (if someone wants to download this for a poor Canadian who is denied the glory of Amazon.com MP3 downloads, that'd be swell), but Emm Gryner is pretty great if you like ladies on pianos. She did a covers album (The W at Amazon) which included Pour Some Sugar On Me and I guess she became pals with Joe Elliott after that.
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You explained why it couldn't happen. Everything today is driven only to make money. There is no spontaniety in anything anymore and even if you tried, everything is covered by cable, the internet, or whatever before it is even a story.