I love Beegie Adair’s music style! Pandora (I love it, too) just pushed me a note that they have put up a new set of selections from Beegie Adair so I had to check them out.
Yep, Beegie is in there, somewhere.
Pandora, if you have not tried it, is Internet Radio thematically corrected by you for your own listening styles. it does not play just the specified artist but Pandora will find music that seems to fit the same style… Sometimes we don’t see eye-to-eye on what “same style” means but if I strongly agree, I give the piece it is playing a thumbs-up. If I really don’t want to include it, a thumbs-down click will sculpture Pandora’s selection criteria a little to better fit my preferences.
By building multiple playlists or “Radio Channels”, I can have a broad choice of music sources to match my mood. Because Pandora throws in “similar music” as well as the specific artists I choose, it gives me a taste of randomness, but not as uncontrolled as XM or Sirius Satellite Radio.
All-in-all, for a free service (yes, as usual, there is a “premium” version, too) Pandora is nice.
You can setup Radio channels that you configure for the type of music (style, artist, genre, etc.)you would like to hear. At any time, thereafter, you can switch to that channel and start hearing that type of music.
I also really like GrooveShark which lets me build playlists of just the artist I want without contaminating the mix with similar artists. I can build playlists of pieces that fulfill my own music preferences without semi random insertions by the service.
Both have worked fine over both park wifi and Tethered phones and sound good to me. It is very nice to not be limited to a specific set of tunes on specific CDs that I have to try to read the labels to pick from. Heck, by the time I find the CD I want, I am too tired or frustrated to bother turning it on…. maybe next time?
Both are also available (Pandora is free but not Grooveshark) on Android phones and will let me use the playlists I built on my computer.