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Discussion in 'All Other Discussions' started by annsni, Dec 28, 2008.
How do you get your music?
I still have 8 tracks, no working player, I also have records, and I do have a record player, and we do, once every few years, play it.
no iPods here, a few cassettes left,
but the winner is...
Does reel to reel still count?
8 track of course I still have Jerry Clower, Red Covine, and Tom T. Hall
LOL, we have Jerry Clower too.
I've got a ton of cassettes stored away in a closet someplace. They haven't seen the light of day since I don't know when.
It's mostly CD's and iTunes & Rhapsody for my music nowadays.
I have a ton of cassettes, but no working player. I mostly listen to CDs, though when I can't fall asleep at night, I listen to dh's digital voice mp3 player.
I'd love to download music from Amazon or Apple, but no one services this country. I don't want to buy the CD for just one song---and with shipping and all that. Maybe some day they'll offer that service here.
I'm exclusively digital. CDs I've owned...or have given to me...end up being ripped into my computer and then placed with the rest in a bin in my storage space.
I use an iPod daily and currently have my entire library of music (according to the iPod 24 days worth) on the device.
PLease stop swearing! I haven't a clue what all those things are.........raying:
Mp3 players, computer, CDs in the car.. I haven't played a cassette for ever! Barely remember 8 tracks...