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(04-16-2014, 02:10 PM)Lunamancer Wrote: Oedipussy,

Do you have any insight as to why she thought you'd love Chapin? Do you feel her build-up was more a symptom of her own enthusiasm for Chapin's music than it was an appeal to your tastes?

Only three years old so I'll actually answer the question, even Luna hasn't been around in five months.

It wasn't so much that she was trying to sell me on Chapin as she was trying to sell me on why she loved Chapin. Now that I think back on it, all her entertainment was about the characters and stories. She never played video games (this was back in the days of Pac Man and Asteroid), didn't like action movies, and thought Honey was a good song. *shudder*
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Finally listening to the songs my "mp3" player wouldn't play. ("mp3" in quotes as I have few mp3 files, preferring ogg and flac.) I thought they wouldn't play because the files had album cover images embedded in the file. Turns out it was simply because the audio sampling rate of the files was greater than 44100 Hz.
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I listen to precious little music anymore. Mostly talk radio on the road. I still throw on Darlingside from time to time and I have some mixes I've built up in Amazon Music - relaxing music or something to get excited about (toe tapping). What I end up singing in my head lately are old hymns and themes from BBC shows.
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I listen to the free Spotify app on my phone, but there are so many commercials it's like old school radio! Big Grin YouTube has less commercials and you can pick your music. I also visit the quieter parts of the web to get MP3s and such of bootlegged shows. I've got a ton of Jethro Tull I listen to all the time (shocker) as well as The Clash, Dropkick Murphys, Beastie Boys, some Jazz and a couple audiobooks. So it's all good. Wink
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