So why are you giving away some of your music?
Most of the songs and music on this site are free. I figure if the music is good, enjoy it, and then consider sharing it with your friends, just as you learned to do in Kindergarten. I have links for that, plus the ubiquitous Facebook “Like” button, or you can share by becoming a fan at my Facebook Page. Likewise, if the music is bad then tell your enemies, offering them an overture of peace before they realize, “Ouch. They still must not like me. Jerk.” I figure if you don’t like it you won’t have to worry about whether you could have better spent your money on a bag of Sugar Babies or that discount Conway Twitty cassette you saw at the truck stop that your dad used to listen to.
I’m noticing not all of it is available to download. I believe I am now the victim of a bait and switch and am going to contact the Better Business B –
Hold on, hold on, let me explain. Some of the songs on the site are not free, meaning I have more sinister future plans for them involving actual compensation for my work. Plans are in the works for more CDs, (which cost money to produce) with bonus freebies and cool packages for special fans. You’ll still be able to listen to full streaming versions of the music here first, although I will be including some available-only-on-CD tracks because I am such a marketing genius.
“Hey, do you have CDs?” or, “What is my Mom supposed to do with this? I had a hard enough time hooking her up with Gmail.”
I do have some CDs available. They, however, are not free, because it costs money to synthesize petroleum products into the plastic that makes CDs and to make the lasers which burn the CDs, and the shrink-wrap machines to suffocate the discs when they’re done, and so forth. This is the format my mom likes because then she can give one to her friends, and they can then ask if I’ve found a nice girl and settled down yet (I have). There are also plans for more CDs with available-only-on-this-CD-and-not-online tracks on the discs, further enticing you to part with $10, before you remember you’d really like a latte right now. Also, the sound quality is better than MP3s, because I know, deep down, you care about your sample rates.
I don’t know… I suspect you have some kind of hidden spiritual agenda, right? I’ve heard about you guys.
You are correct.