"I Want My MP3"

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"I Want My MP3"

Post by lennygoran » Tue Aug 28, 2018 3:18 pm

I've liked the CNN Tom Hanks series over the years:

"The Sixties is a documentary miniseries which premiered on CNN on May 29, 2014. Produced by Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman's studio Playtone, the 10-part series chronicled events and popular culture of the United States during the 1960s.[1]The premiere of The Sixties was a ratings success for CNN; it was seen by 1.39 million total viewers,[2] finishing in between Fox News Channel and MSNBC in total viewership, and beating its rivals in key demographic audience share. CNN has since commissioned follow-ups covering later decades, including The Seventies (2015),[1][3] The Eighties (2016),[4] The Nineties (2017),[5] and The 2000s (2018). "

Today I had a chance to watch the one from the 2000's named "I Want My MP3" all about what happened in the musical business--napster, Tower Records and Virgin-the number of performers they showed who I never heard of was astronomical--at least I had heard of Lady Gaga and Beyonce! Regards, Len :lol:

PS-I did enjoy the show though.

Among the musical artists they chose are Alicia Keys (the top R&B artist of the 2000s), Eminem (the best selling solo artist of the 2000s in the US), Chester Bennington of Linkin Park (best selling alt-rock band of the 2000s), Beyonce (who embarked on an iconic solo career) and GAGA!!!!!!



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Re: "I Want My MP3"

Post by John F » Tue Aug 28, 2018 4:04 pm

"I Want My MP3"
You can have it. :mrgreen:
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Re: "I Want My MP3"

Post by Modernistfan » Tue Aug 28, 2018 10:21 pm

Yes, you can have it. By the way, when is Amazon going to start offering downloads in a lossless format? At least Presto Classical in England has that option for virtually all of their downloads.

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