I have no idea why I feel the need to publicize this; maybe it’s because, since I have 10.1, I’m Kung-Tunes deprived. But, in the last couple days I’ve purchased from the Apple Music Store:
A number of Michael Mcdonald-era Doobie Brothers songs;
Ambrosia, “Life Beyond L. A.”;
Gary Wright, “Dream Weaver” and “Love is Alive”;
Gino Vannelli, “Brother to Brother” (the whole CD)
These, of course, are songs I heard in my youth– in the case of Ambrosia, possibly even elementary school– so in my defense, sentiment rather than taste are at work here. Though “Brother to Brother” is MUCH stronger a CD than I expected it to be.
Some of these are songs I probably haven’t heard in 15 years. It’s weird, and great, being able to find them all of a sudden. And no, you can’t borrow them.