You can vote for more than one. I'm thinking about signing up to one myself.
Ditto. In addition to tons of classic jazz, emusic has lots of newer stuff: Mintzer, Donny McCaslin, Eric Alexander, etc.Swampcabbage said:emusic is the best deal that I've found. About a fourth of the price of iTunes and plenty of catalog (especially if you like anything in the OJC relationships). I belong to iTunes as well for newer, have to have it now releases. But, I'm not cancelling my emusic account anytime soon.
3-month subscription plans - 14.99 auto-renewing - download all that you want. It has DRM up to three computers and two zune devices all on the same subscription - so no burning, but whatever...I have one library on my work laptop, one on my zune, one on my wife's work laptop, one on my wife's zune, and one on a media pc at the house - why would I need to burn any thing.bluesaxgirl said:I furthermore like Zune although I voted for iTunes. Zune has a 30 day pass where you can download all the songs you want in 30 days. Is that true or is it what I've only heard? I haven't tried it but it is truly something I'm looking into. I've made a list already.