Daniel Lanois

Free SongsNEW YORK (Reuters) – , the social music network owned by CBS Corp, stated on Wednesday it’s introducing a free service for followers to hearken to their favorite songs on-demand.

Music firms have been badly hit as followers flocked to P2P services like Limewire and e-Donkey to download tens of millions of free songs reasonably than buy CDs or authorized downloads from Apple Inc.’s iTunes digital store. Klepfisz mentioned the privately held Qtrax will help music firms by permitting followers to achieve a steadiness between the convenience of use of a free P2P service with the need to compensate artists and songwriters.

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The company also said it will begin promoting over-the-air download songs for its popular iPhone 3G and introduce variable pricing on the iTunes Music Store, with songs priced at 69 cents, ninety nine cents and $1.29 beginning in April. Apple mentioned iPhone 3G customers would additionally now be able to buy songs while on the go, over the air through its popular App Store. Prices will be the identical as those for songs purchased by way of the pc. Little Bit of Love. A lesser-recognized Free observe, I just love the refrain, and the way Fraser’s bass fills make the tune just flow superbly. Listen to it, and see in case you don’t agree.

Radioactive. It was Paul Rodgers who compelled Jimmy Page to get off his lazy butt on 1984 and start recording again. The result was the Firm, who had some good cuts, but was slightly uneven. However this observe was a superb onerous rock music with an infectious hook from Page, and a soulful vocal from Rodgers, meshing the very best skills of the 2.