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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Rest in peace, Mr. Vandross. His "HERE AND NOW" song was playing when I had my first slow dance with a girl that wasn't my mother. Grade 7, Hentry Hudson Sr. PS in Scarborough, Ontario... Ah, the memories.