Narrow your search
This should have been done years ago.
Find music with Songerize--a Google for music tracks.
Created by the developer of the now-defunct Songerize, Songite lets you enter the name of any song to hear it right now.
Even though the experience isn't perfect, the integration of streaming songs into Google search results will change the landscape of online music forever.
If Microsoft wants to make music search a core component of its new search engine, it ought to consider buying Grooveshark.
I've finally found a replacement for Songerize, which has been broken since early this year. Just Hear It provides you a list of songs to play on demand or add to a playlist.
The search engine for music files filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Tuesday to help protect against record company lawsuits, and it looks like they've taken one of my favorite sites, Songerize, down with them.
Raising prices in the worst economy since the 1930s doesn't seem very bright. Still, when people actually want to buy music, iTunes will remain the default choice.
Sony service and its college-specific subsidiary, Ruckus, suspend operations, joining a long list of record industry failures to build a viable online music service. Here's a tip: customers first.
Finetune lets you create playlists with music you don't own. Not such a big deal on your computer, but definitely useful on the iPhone.