I'm addicted to finding music on the net, clearly. I rarely listen to music anywhere but on the computer when I am at home anymore. I love the instant gratification. When I was a kid, if you heard a bit of a song you liked and wanted to hear it again you had to park in front of the radio and just wait and hope for hours. It made it exciting when the song finally happened to come on the air, but I much prefer just being able to go online and be listening to the tune in seconds. The internet is going to be the death of radio. Which is good. I think it has got to be good for musicians too. It is surely more easy to get your music discovered with the net than it used to be. And if we impoverish Britnet Spears in the process, that's great too.
Scroll down and check out the new collections of music I have posted. In addition to the basic rock and roll list that you all can't get enough of, I have also added a seperate playlist of instrumental movie soundtracks, and another of more mellow country-ish semi-churchish songs that I like to play on a Sunday night, when I am feeling all mellow and vaguely churchy.
Mary the Cranky is just yesterday's news, clearly! She's not just history, she's paleontology!
Hey, do you all remeber in the 80's when radio still existed, there was a toy you could buy that was essentially just a microphone that would let you broad cast on a very limited range (like maybe from your bedroom to your living room) on normal radio station wavelengths? The idea was you could "be on the radio". What I want is something like that for my computer- I want to plug that toy into my computer speakers, turn on music on my pc, and then tune my boombox into that music while I am in the shower or in the yard or the basement or garage etc. Anybody heard of such a thing?