2 replies, 2 voices Last updated by Raymond Junk Jr. 1 month, 1 week ago
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      Raymond Junk Jr.
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      @rayjinmt

      I’m old-school in that I prefer to buy my digital music and download it to my phone instead of streaming. Don’t ask me why or try to convince me to stream, I just like to possess it for some reason. I used to buy/download it from Amazon Music because they had every piece of music I ever wanted and it was easy to download. Unfortunately, they changed, and now the only way you can play the music from Amazon is to do it through their app. I don’t want to use their app. Does anyone know of a site that has a virtually comprehensive collection of music for purchase and download? The best I can find (so far) is called 7digital, and quite often, they don’t have something I’m looking for (for example, I’m currently looking for Led Zeppelin). I don’t usually download complete albums, I prefer to buy individual songs/tracks. I listen to anything from classical to pop to rock to modern. Thanks for any recommendations, I appreciate it!

    • #54910

      TeamKomando:John
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      @264458

      Hello Raymond,

      Sorry we couldn’t connect for the show question. Here are some solutions we were going to recommend.

      You can still download Musc you have purchased with Amazon – Tap here to see how.

      Apple iTunes – Allows you to purchase music to save locally.

      https://www.cduniverse.com/ – For actual CDs you can rip
      https://us.7digital.com/ – For purchasing digital audio.

    • #54911

      Raymond Junk Jr.
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      @rayjinmt

      Hi John – I appreciate the tips. However, I don’t use Apple, I’m on an Android, so that rules out iTunes, I don’t want to use the Amazon app for playing music because, and correct me if I’m wrong, I don’t believe it allows me to play music that I’ve already purchased elsewhere that’s stored locally on my phone. With 7digital, I’ve liked it for the most part, but I find that it doesn’t have many titles that I look for – like Led Zeppelin. With purchasing and ripping CDs, that’s not very cost effective for me, because there are many artists who only have one or two songs that I like; that’s the appeal of buying and downloading music – that I can do it piecemeal. Sorry to be difficult; are there any other options that you know of?

      Thanks,
      Ray

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