CD’s, the Real Deal

I’m listening to a few CD’s right now.

Well, not RIGHT this minute, I can’t write and listen to music at the same time, but I’ve been listening to them off and on and may I just say …

Momma likes.

I went out and actually bought the CD’s, I haven’t actually bought CD’s in forever. Why did I buy them? Because I don’t know, I LIKE having a hard copy as opposed to downloading on iTunes – it feels safer to me. Even though it will be a pain to reload the music back onto iTunes if/when my computer needs to be refomatted, I don’t mind because I know I’ll have my music as opposed to thinking I have a copy and I don’t, or thinking I have a copy that works, and I don’t.

Been there, done that.

AND, I like buying CD’s instead of downloading because this way my husband can put the music on his phone, which is not an Apple device and there’s no way to transfer iTunes music (special format, I think it’s MP4?) onto a non-Apple device.

Kind of sucks, actually.

The two CD’s that I bought? Nickelback’s “Dark Horse” and David Cook’s self-titled CD. You remember David Cook, the American Idol winner? Yeah well, he has his own CD out now and though I haven’t heard all of it yet, I like what I hear so far.

You might have heard “Light On” on your radio? That is, IF you listen to the radio anymore? Does anyone listen to the radio anymore? I do, in my car. And sometimes I listen to talk radio at home, but for the most part, I don’t listen to anything because I can’t walk and chew gum at the same time – i.e. be creative and listen to music at the same time.

Anyway, I took the liberty of burning the “Light On” song, so you can listen to it, if you wish.

I also think this song will become a hit. It’s called “Declaration.”

AND, this gets me in the mood to put some Christmas music on here again. Beginning December 1, I’ll start putting some Christmas songs in my posts for you to enjoy.

I heart Christmas music. 😀

Have a great evening, everyone!

2 thoughts on “CD’s, the Real Deal”

  1. With iTunes and the others it’s a wonder that places like Tower Records and Suncoast even stay in business. It’s great that you buy CDs.

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