Rhapsody - "an effusively enthusiastic or ecstatic expression of feeling."
My favorite definition of the word comes from quizlet.com, who probably speaks for many of us. For me, it defines precisely how I feel about music.
The evolution of the delivery of music to our ears has spoiled us, folks. We're buying less CDs and relying more and more on great sites like Rhapsody to deliver the sweet sounds to our ears. To be honest with you, I think that's a good thing.
Think about it. Where once we got our sounds from some form of "hard copy", whether a record, a cassette, or "gasp!" even an 8 track tape, we now find ourselves relying more on streaming music services to help us rock. Or roll. Or mellow out to cool jazz. Or catch up on the hottest current hits from our favorite artists. Or all of the above, in one sitting if we feel like it.
And commercial radio? Though I feel just a tinge of sadness when I say it, I am finally free of the constant commercials and "DJ" banter. When I'm looking for music, that is usually all that I want.
Which brings us to our favorite music service of all: Rhapsody. Right now, for less than the cost of what I typically spent for a single CD in my younger days, Rhapsody now gives me all of this:
Music without Ads.
The ability to listen on my phone or laptop, any time I want.
Millions of songs in every genre I can imagine. Yes, millions.
Recommendations, playlists and other ways to discover new music.
Only you can decide whether you'll love Rhapsody the way I do. But Rhapsody offers a free 30 day trial of their standard service, and a free 14 day trial of their new "Unradio service" so you can use it and decide for yourself. I highly recommend you try it, and effusively express yourself.