All of the Beserkley recordings:
have elements of PowerPop.
Everyone needs to back up their digital information (music collections, photo collections, and all important documents are on your digital device.)
We looked all over for the best solution for storing our digital music for our sites and for ourselves.
We found LiveDrive.
We became LiveDrive Resellers.
We founded ElephantBackup.com to provide an inexpensive way to securely backup a digital music collection like ours.
I use elephant backup, and I love it!
Look at what our tech-guru Lou has set up from just one backup account
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The Music Flash Card is a fun way to discover music.
Use these Flash Cards to learn, listen, and download.
All these sites have Music Flash Cards
Do you believe gr8 music is made but not heard?
The web-ring I’ve created tries to identify these worthy but ignored music compositions.
My web-ring includes
Find them @: www.publicdomain4u.com
Songs from our past:
These songs are the basis of modern music.
Many are original 78s that are ripped to mp3 and free for download.
Songs from the present:
These songs are being made by new artists and have gone unnoticed but are gr8.
Find them @: www.funfunfunmedia.com
Mp3 bloggers who specialize in finding overlooked musical gems.
These bloggers are all music lovers.
Find them @: www.mp34u.fm
Podcasts, I have published an entertaining and educational series of podcasts of Joel Selvin’s heralded radio series featuring unknown music from well known sources.
They can be found @: www.opensourcemusic.com
At WWW.FunFunFunMedia.com, we focus on the music gems we’ve found in the “99%” that are available for free MP3 download legally.
Our bloggers find music they love, and they post it for you to find. This is content filtering with the criteria being music love, not commercial appeal.
The artists and recording companies need exposure for their music.
If you like the song, there are two things you can do. One, you can buy more of that artist’s music. Two, you can spread the word about the music on your social network. Doing any of these actions makes you a music lover just like us.
You can help the 99%.
Join us @ FunFunFunmedia.com by being an Intern
It’s simple you post a link to a song you like on your Facebook page or Twitter feed.
Here’s the link to become FunFunFunMedia Music Intern:
HELP US SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT THIS GR8 MUSIC.
I Love Ska. One of the first sites we created is Ska4u.com.
You’ll find the best list of Free Ska MP3s at this site.
Ska combines the elements of Caribbean mento and calypso with American jazz and rhythm and blues.
Then in the 1970s Ska met punk.
And it has grown worldwide ever since.
Although Ska has not been accepted by the mainstream radio and the established music business, Ska is very popular with the younger generation.
When we started MP34U in 1999, there was so much misinformation about this file format, we were advised to change the name and lose the “MP3”.
Now 13 years later the “MP3” experience is so mainstream, it has made it to prisons in the USA.
Believe it or not, The U.S. Bureau of Prisons is unveiling a program that will allow many of its more than 200,000 inmates to carry MP3 players, with personalized music lists, so they can pass the time.
An inmate will be able to purchase a MP3 player in the prison commissary, and they can create his/her own playlist.
The inmates can choose from a song list of about 1 million titles,
the list will be monitored to exclude “explicit” tracks, including material such as obscene or racially charged language.
The program will be managed within an internal computer system, allowing prisoners to scan the available titles, listen to samples and download them to their devices. Seems time they are a changing.