if you have it I'm discounting getting music illegally because I have no int if you have a technical question don't sit home and still about
It certainly appears that CD's are in the same history of music museum as cassettes and records. At this point no one seems to buy them anymore because there's so much music available online. There's really not much point in owning plastic discs of music.
On the other hand it's sometimes hard to find exactly what you're looking for online. I'm discounting getting music illegally because I have no interest in that. But to find music legally there're number of great places to look.
Now I know Doug is a serious country-western fan and if he wants to find country western music( he's laughing so maybe he's not) in any case one great site is Pandora. Pandora.com allows you to set up radio stations based on your interests. You can specify for example that you like to listen to Johnny Cash and then Pandora will find Johnny Cash songs and other songs like those songs based on other people's interests who like Johnny Cash and present that to you as your own filter radio station.
I like classical music I can sound like Mozart and then I'll get a Mozart station full of classical hits.
Another great site is spotfy.com. Spotify like Pandora has apps for your phones and tablets and computers and it allows you to listen to specific CD's or albums or whatever we call them these days of music. It to know as a free version if you don't mind listen to commercials or a paid version if you'd rather not.
So Doug next time you get that Johnny Cash urge check out Pandora or Spotify.