Wednesday, May 11, 2011
So get this, the Library of Congress in the U.S. has created a free streaming music service of thousands of old songs, speeches, comedy routines and more. They call it The National Jukebox. It's got everything from Teddy Roosevelt's speeches to Rhapsody in Blue with George Gershwin tickling the ivories. Aaaaaaand... they also convinced Sony to give up every song it ever produced before 1925. So, what does this all mean? Well, if you want an awesome classic American track for your TV ad, this is a good place to start looking.
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I'm almost sure you won't be able to do any of these things in these shoes, but it won't hurt to try. Actually, it will probably hurt... a lot. Like when you're trapped in an elevator with only Celine Dion songs playing. There's no coming back from that.
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