How to put music in your iPod from two different computers?

October 22, 2016 by · 1 Comment
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I have music from my friends computer in my iPod and i also want to put music from my cousins computer. Is it possible to have both music libraries in one iPod. How can I import my cousins library without my music from my friends deleting.

You can’t. Apple has licensing restrictions that will not permit that.

Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival 2009

October 15, 2016 by · 1 Comment
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The announcement for the Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival 2009 lineup was held at Madame Tussauds in New York City.

This years lineup will consist of headliner Lionel Richie,Chicago,Nikki Yanofsky, the O’Jays, Randy Crawford & Joe Sample, Lou Gram formerly of Foreigner, Maxi Priest, Estelle, Alto Reed’s Blues Entourage, Los Van Van, Robin Thicke, Atlantic Star and much more performing in Rose Hall, Montego Bay Jamaica.

Zachary Harding, Deputy Director of Tourism, celebrating his 1 year anniversary as Advisor to Minister of Tourism spoke of the branding of Jamaica’s Jazz & Blues Festival 2009, indicating that guests being able to enjoy the “destination” of Jamaica in conjunction with the festival to enhance the experience for guest.

Walter Elmore, CEO of Turn Key Productions and Organizer of the Festival spoke to us briefly about some of this years performers and what festival goers from Jamaica and abroad can expect and why you don’t want to miss it!

Five Star Rose Hall Luxury Resort & Spa which has been featured in previous episodes is one of the hotels that will offer you that home away from home feeling, take care of all your needs, pamper you with the utmost details and offers convenience to the festival.

To book your travel and hotel package and to find out more information log on to or

Duration : 0:9:29

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Free Hugs Campaign – Official Page (music by Sick )

October 8, 2016 by · 25 Comments
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Download the “Free Hugs” soundtrack here: Sick Puppies New Album Tri-Polar Available Now!

Get your “Free Hugs” t-shirts here:

Special thanks to Sick Puppies, for the music:


News: We would like to thank and hug every one of you for making this video Youtube video of the year!

Sometimes, a hug is all that we need. Free Hugs is the real life controversial story of Juan Mann, a man whose sole mission was to reach out and hug a stranger put a smile on their face.

In this age of social-disconnection most all of us lack that simple human touch from another, the effects of the Free Hugs Campaign are now felt around the globe.

As this simple gesture of kindness and hope spread across the city, police and officials ordered the Free Hugs Campaign BANNED. What we then witnessed was the true spirit of humanity as people came together in what can only be described as something awe inspiring.

In the spirit of the Free Hugs Campaign please pass this video to a friend and HUG a stranger! After all, you CAN make a difference.

Music by Sick Puppies. Their album was release on April 3rd and is titled “Dressed Up As Life”.


The response to this video has been nothing short of overwhelming and touching. Hugs to every single one of you who messaged. There has been thousands of emails from all over the world from people seeking to participate in the Free Hugs Campaign and asking for permission. You don’t need permission. This is the people’s movement, this is *your* movement. With nothing but your bare hands you CAN make a difference.


Duration : 0:3:39

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Blues Brothers – Soul Man

October 1, 2016 by · 25 Comments
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Comin to ya on a dusty road
Good lovin I got a truck load
And when you get it you got something
So dont worry cause Im coming

Im a soul man
Im a soul man
Im a soul man
Im a soul man

Got what I got the hard way
And Ill make it better each and every day
So honey dont you fret
Cause you aint seen nothing yet

Im a soul man
Im a soul man
Play it steve!
Im a soul man
Im a soul man

I was brought up on a side street
I learned how to love before I could eat
I was educated from good stock
When I start lovin I just cant stop

Im a soul man
Im a soul man
Im a soul man
Im a soul man

Well grab the rope and Ill pull you in
Give you hope and be your only boyfriend
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

Im a soul man
Im a soul man
Youre a soul man
Im a soul man
Im a soul man
Im a soul man

Duration : 0:3:0

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What are some good blues songs that I can download?

September 24, 2016 by · 3 Comments
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My dad wants me to download some blues songs to put on his MP3 player and he doesn’t have any specifics to search for. Any ideas on some good old school blues like Bobby Blue Bland and Muddy Waters?

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Jason Boland & The Stragglers – Comal County Blue

September 17, 2016 by · 25 Comments
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Comal County Blue – Jason Boland & The Stragglers Off His Cd ” Comal County Blue “

Duration : 0:4:4

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Legends of Country Blues Guitar

September 10, 2016 by · 3 Comments
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axavild, of, Country, Blues, Guitar, Vol, 1Legends of Country Blues Guitar

Duration : 0:59:7

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Blue in Green by. Miles Davis

September 3, 2016 by · 25 Comments
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Another song from Kind of Blue

Duration : 0:5:37

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Would taped music be a good option for me?

August 27, 2016 by · 1 Comment
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I love to sing and play music. I can’t find anyone to get into a band with. All my friends are either in bands or talentless. So would it be a good idea to record the music and sing live with taped music. Would this be a good idea and is it common? Does it depend on the music?

The disadvantage of playing with a tape recorder or something like that is that it looks boring – only one person to look at it. You gotta be extra entertaining. Second is, for guitarists especially, is what are you going to do for rhythm? The two options i’ve seen are a drum machine or a laptop. The laptop is more expensive but you can literally record a full CD quality backing track. Unfortunately, the quality of your sound is completely dependent on house speakers… which could be a bad thing. The best way to go would be getting a rack setup, where you can plug your laptop into… but it would mean a mixer or preamp (virtualizer, perhaps), a power amp, and possibly other effects, too (EQ, compressor, vocal processor, etc).

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Texas blues legend Sam Lightnin’ Hopkins – Where Lightnin’ Strikes

August 20, 2016 by · 5 Comments
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Houston-based Fast Cut Films, in association with Sunset Productions, is working on a documentary feature film, “Where Lightnin’ Strikes,” about the life and times of Houston blues legend Sam “Lightnin'” Hopkins (1912-1982). His music inspired generations around the world from the Texas Gulf Coast, Mississippi delta to the British invasion. The enduring musical journey of Sam Lightnin’ Hopkins began on a cotton farm in Centerville,Texas in 1912. He was drawn to the music he heard played by an older brother. After meeting up with Dallas bluesman Blind Lemon Jefferson, Sam left the hardscrabble life of the Texas cotton fields, determined to play his way to better circumstances.
Possessing a sharp wit and a unique ability for endless improvisation, Lightnin became a master storyteller. He was able to convey profound truths about the human condition via poetic imagery. The “Po’ Lightnin” that inhabited his tales of struggle and misery became the “Everyman” that black audiences identified with and white audiences flocked to performances to experience.Whether playing on a street corner on Dowling Street or at Carnegie Hall his style defined Texas blues. He sounded like no one else yet influenced every one. His unique musical style influenced generations of blues, rock, country and soul musicians as well as filmmakers, writers and painters. Over the course of his 60-year career, Lightnin’ Hopkins recorded more music than any other blues artist. His discography includes more than 100 albums for more than twenty different recording labels. He made Houston his home in the 1940s. In 1982, his funeral drew more than 4,000 devoted fans and musicians to the city to celebrate and honor him.
The film, currently in production, includes on-camera interviews with family members, band members, historians, eyewitnesses and musicians influenced by Lightnin’s work. Additionally the film will explore Lightnin’s influence on artists outside of music including painters, sculptors and writers. These interviews will be combined with archival photographs, newsreels, and performance footage.

Duration : 0:4:43

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