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D. R. Crews

By D.R. Crews
Apr 24, 2010 - 12:18:32 PM

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This article contains the link to my web site with free music playlists on it. The first playlist, Songs From The Soundtrack To My Life, is a life's goal achieved. That song list has many great tunes on it, some you know, others you never heard of. I have well known music mixed in with rarely heard and barely known songs.

I put a tremendous amount of work into all of the playlists on my web site.

The Soundtrack song list is thoroughly designed to be played with a variety of people around who love, like or can tolerate great Rock 'n Roll and Rhythm 'n Blues and some Blues too. The song list has been carefully sequenced to provide you with a mind-body-'n-soul satisfying flow. The list is geared for listening to moderately (I never play music LOUD) loud, or low and in the background. But you can blast it out of your stereo speakers as loud as ya friggin wanna. I set it up so that I figure nothing would pop up out of a business computer's speakers that will offend coworkers or customers. It is for listening to with all ages of Rock 'n Rollers around, especially kids and great grandparents too.

The way the Playlist dot com service works is: each song it offers for your use already has to be on someone's web site; that web site owner is responsible for copyright issues; and Playlist dot com provides a link to each song and also the song player. There may be 15 sites with, oh say, Miss Amanda Jones by The Rolling Stones on them. Sometimes the song is loaded up at a low record level or too high or with too much bass or treble is added, so I had to choose the songs which have a fairly average playback level. You can go to Playlist anytime and find songs to listen to that you haven't heard in years, or that just came out. It is mostly free, but I pay Playlist a 2.99 a month fee for no advertising, just because the site is so very important to me. But the advertising is only on my Playlist profile, not on my web site.


Have fun, it's a cool half-a-day of music just on Songs From The Soundtrack To My Life, some of which may be songs from the soundtrack to your life, too. There are also other playlists there, some of which gets real 'heavy', as we used to say in me Olde Time Hippie Days.

Copyright 2010 David Robert Crews {a.k.a. ursusdave}

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