I love music, and I love to have it playing all day at home. It adds to the mood and the ambiance of our environment – when I clean, I have more energy and a better attitude if I’m listening to this song; I love reading and writing with anything by this guy in the background, and who wouldn’t love to eat dinner to this? (Or your husband, who shall go unnamed, can make fun of you for liking this song.)
Photo by Arlo J
But I digress. The point is, I love music, but I’m not made of money. We keep iTunes up most of the day, but after awhile, you can get tired of the same tracks, especially if you play them as much as we do.
I know this isn’t new to the internet, but it’s new to our home. At playlist, you can create a free playlist using mp3s from around the internet, and you can play it directly from the website. The tracks aren’t yours to keep; in a way, they’re sort-of borrowed from cyberspace. Playlist encourages you to buy the track if you like it.
But the great thing from my perspective is, free background music at home! You can play a playlist up to 100 songs, which will last you quite a while. Here’s a playlist I made recently, entitled “Lazy Afternoon Music – background music for reading, cleaning, cooking, vegging”:
On a side note – you can indeed add playlists to your blog or site. May I make a request of you, though? Please don’t have them play automatically. It’s kind-of a pet peeve of mine when a website automatically plays music. That’s just me, though.Another side note – the first song, Gravel Lines by Amy Seeley, is my current favorite song. Don’t you just love her voice? Sigh.So there you go – playlist definitely works for me.