old music from internet

  runnerblade 20:06 05 Aug 2003

can anybody recommend a sight which is easy to access and has a archive of 60's & 70's music?
also has to be easy for a old cogger like me to be able to use.
dont mind paying for the music but will not turn down free sites either
many thanks

ps i have broadband connection

  polar_king 20:13 05 Aug 2003

get limewire here and back it up with peer guardian from same site to stop the busybodies nosing too much
click here

  john-232317 20:14 05 Aug 2003

Try here...

click here

  NIGEY 20:24 05 Aug 2003

the best has to be kazaa...if ya dont mind the popups that is this will find anysong you care to look for m8....and then some
click here

  polar_king 20:26 05 Aug 2003

beware of kazaa, spyware, nosey parkers, and fines for downloading

  spikeychris 20:27 05 Aug 2003

Obviously not been around for long......

  john-232317 20:32 05 Aug 2003

used kazaa once, an got virus file that AVG picked up thankfully..

  NIGEY 20:40 05 Aug 2003

well been usin kazaa for 2yrs plus, never had one prob....hmmm me thinks it depends wot it is ya search for.....know what i mean???? ya can usually tell by the file size anyway, i mean a three min mp3 audio and a file size of say 80kb will be a little sus dont ya think...i agree kazaa is dodgy...depends on wot ya lookin for. ive'downloaded over 1000 mp3's now and never had one corrupt file....and 110million ppl cant be wrong thats just my opinion anyway.

  leo49 21:11 05 Aug 2003

What's that in grown-up English?

  john-232317 07:51 06 Aug 2003

Mine was a music file.......when your new, you dont take file size into consideration, until you have downloaded a few, then you know whats sus or not.

  IZZY 12:38 06 Aug 2003


You're at it again...LOL


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