Archive for May, 2006
Thanks to my first eFolkMusic downloader (the 1st who is not a family member or friend who listened because I asked!) for this clarification about how downloads work at efm:
There are three kinds of downloads at eFolkMusic: free, member, and pay.
The free tracks are free to everyone.
The member tracks (there are about 1000 of them) are free to members and everyone else must pay for them.
The pay tracks must be paid for — by members and non-members alike. (So members do get 1000 free downloads, but it is not from the full selection.)
Posted in "Who Are You?" Quizzes, About Life, Anecdotes, Art and Music, Children's Music, Comedy, Creative Souls, eFolkMusic.org, Folk Music, Health, Kids' Music, Movies, mp3s, Music, Storytelling, tagged Children's Music, Folk Music on May 29, 2006| Leave a Comment »
[UPDATE November 13, 2007:
PLEASE VISIT http://efolkmusic.org
CLICK THE LINK for 12-FREE-mp3-DOWNLOADS
LISTEN to Lean In For A Kiss
DOWNLOAD it if you like it
TELL all your friends.
At the urging of my 19 year old friend Adam, who I have known since he was my 8 year old neighbor in NC, I have started a myspace.com account. He uses myspace.com to meet new friends. I’d like to use it to introduce my songs to more people.
Which Tim Burton film character are you?
Take this quiz!
This is just a bit of fun. You can set up your own search engine, and it looks like it really is your search engine. Mine has my name and lists the popular searches as words on this site, even though I don’t think anyone has ever used it! But, it’s still fun. (more…)
Posted in About Life, Anecdotes, Children's Music, Creative Souls, eFolkMusic.org, Folk Music, Health, Kids' Music, mp3s, Music, Storytelling, tagged Children's Music, Folk Music on May 23, 2006| 1 Comment »
My good news today is that I now have songs available to download on my eFolkMusic profile. I plan to add another song every week, so check back often. Here’s where I am at eFolkMusic.
So far, I’ve uploaded three songs to eFolkMusic:
Teddy Bear is a child’s love song for a teddy bear.
Old Man looks through a window at aging and loneliness.
Lean In For A Kiss says, “When I met you, I was looking for a friend. Should I run away or lean in for a kiss?”
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