Andy Shernoff on Streaming Posted by andyshernoff Dec 192015 I’ve been a professional musician and songwriter for over 40 years. I live and breathe music. I also own thousands of albums and CDs…but they sit in my closet because… Pages: 1 2 7 Responses to “Andy Shernoff on Streaming” geo says: 12/19/2015 at 4:15 pm As someone that won’t even get a phone…that was still fuckin’ great. 1 High Five funoka says: 12/20/2015 at 9:30 am Yes! In the spirit of the season STREAM this great X-mas mix from Mercury Girls on my steaming service of choice — SOUNDCLOUD! https://soundcloud.com/mercury-girls/the-holiday-party-a-seasonal-mix-compiled-by-mercury-girls Happy Holidaze! 0 High Five Mr. Moderator says: 12/20/2015 at 10:29 am I do a bit of steaming now, when it’s convenient, supplies a quick fix, or allows me to check out stuff I don’t want to risk buying, but I still prefer to touch/own my records. In part, I will always prefer the physical sensation if handling a record, but evenbwiyh mp3s I like to demonstrate the commitment to owning and choosing my music. Plus, staying out of the stream keeps me somewhat protected from the whole “If you like this, you’ll like…” That formula always leads to stinking Joe Jackson, for me. 0 High Five andyr says: 12/20/2015 at 4:32 pm Count me in for Team Streaming. I stream all the time – I’ve had a Rhapsody subscription for years. Now that it is heavily rumored that the Beatles albums will be added to various services in the next week, pretty much anything I would want to listen to will be available on demand!! 0 High Five tonyola says: 12/20/2015 at 6:03 pm I have my dream music collection fully digitized by now with three full backups. I’d say that 98% of the collection is organized by artist -> album -> date – the rest is a folder of loose singles. I do listen to some streaming – mostly prog and psychedelic oldies. Most of my listening, however, consists of full albums out of my collection. I haven’t had any vinyl in 23 years thanks to Hurricane Andrew and I’m down to a few hundred CDs which are doing nothing but taking up space. To me, the idea that one can carry around a massive music collection in a pocket is a wonder of our age. 0 High Five Mr. Moderator says: 12/20/2015 at 11:31 pm Yeah, with tambourines brought out in the mix. 0 High Five 2000 Man says: 12/23/2015 at 9:46 am I don’t like how streaming services try to figure out what I like. they always end up playing things that I should like, but don’t because I just don’t, or they pick stuff I like a lot but I’m not in the mood for. If I don’t want that to happen then I have to create a playlist, and once I’ve heard a playlist, I sure as hell never want to hear exactly those same songs in exactly the same order again. I’ve got an mp3 player and a USB thing for the car and I use them, but when I’m sitting down with the stereo on, I listen to records or cd’s. I don’t know what I’m in the mood for until I pick it. I don’t know what I want to buy until I go to the store and I don’t know what I want to listen to until I start listening. I find new music mostly by reading things or listening to college radio or just liking the name of a band or an album cover. If I let the streaming stuff do it, I end up listening to nothing but Classic rock or nothing but Indie Rock. Plus, I’ve already tried Jazz enough. I just don’t like it and I don’t want to hear it. 0 High Five Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.