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  • Premier Icon Stoner
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    Currently enjoying Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison and also got Cash at St Quentin too. £2 each.

    Looks like a deal with Sony
    https://play.google.com/store/music/collection/promotion_albums_2000440_sony_classic_albums

    Premier Icon footflaps
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    Paying for music, how very retro!

    CountZero
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    footflaps – Member
    Paying for music, how very retro!

    You forgot the [/s].

    Premier Icon DezB
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    £2 is hardly paying really!

    Premier Icon footflaps
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    £2 is hardly paying really!

    It’s the principle I object to 😉

    TurnerGuy
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    find it difficult to pay for lossy MP3s, even at 320k

    Premier Icon sandwicheater
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    Cheers stoner, couple of albums I don’t have.

    Would recommend Dave Bruebeck for any Jazz fans.

    Premier Icon DezB
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    lossy MP3s, even at 320k

    Yeah! Johnny Cash’s Live albums were recorded in HD FLAC especially for hi-fi nerds and their NAD systems!

    Premier Icon Stoner
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    lol @ dezzie.

    I can hear the keys’a’jangling on the screw’s belt 🙂

    eskay
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    What I don’t like about Google music is that it seems to lock the tracks away in a database so you cannot use them on other devices (eg a traditional mp3 player).

    If there is a way, I would love to know!

    swdan
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    What I don’t like about Google music is that it seems to lock the tracks away in a database so you cannot use them on other devices (eg a traditional mp3 player).

    If there is a way, I would love to know!

    I discovered this problem the other night having downloaded Transformer. Much googling didn’t seem to provide a solution so at present I can’t sonos it around the house!

    Premier Icon Stoner
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    Google music is that it seems to lock the tracks away in a database so you cannot use them on other devices (eg a traditional mp3 player).

    that’s completely the opposite of what you can do.

    You can get your music on any device:

    Android device – use Google Music to sync & Play
    PC via Browser – use play.google.com to access your music from where you can stream play, download the album as mp3 to play locally or move to a device or even Share it with a mate. And you can do that on any internet device, any time.

    It’s far more versatile than Amazon or iTunes.

    You can use Music Manager to download your entire library if you want to, or just tunes you want.
    https://support.google.com/googleplay/answer/1229970?hl=en-GB

    eskay
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    Stoner, how do you get the downloadable mp3? I have been trying to do that for ages!

    Edit: just seen your link.

    Is that a new feature? I am sure that was not there a few weeks ago.

    swdan
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    I’ll have to give that a go Stoner, the other night I was just using the phone and couldn’t find it on there anywhere, even after saving it to the device.

    Can’t say I use itunes for anything else other than ripping CDs and downloading podcasts, never really got into this downloading music thing but at £2 thought it was worth a go

    Premier Icon Stoner
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    go to your album in play.google.com and click on the three dots next to the Shuffle Albuym button and select “Download Album”

    stumpy01
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    Gah! First the 12 days of Kindle books! Now this mucho cheapness!!
    Cheers. Will take a proper look later!

    Probably at least 10 albums on there I’d quite like to get, that I don’t have currently! This January isn’t turning out to be as thrifty as I was hoping it would be 🙂

    TurnerGuy
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    eah! Johnny Cash’s Live albums were recorded in HD FLAC especially for hi-fi nerds and their NAD systems!

    They were probably better recorded than many albums nowadays, with all their compression.

    Nad systems and hifi nerds is an oxymoron…

    It’s the principal of buying a lossy format that doesn’t feel right…

    Premier Icon DezB
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    Er, yeah. You wacky hi-fi nerds with your sense of humour eh

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