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Old-time Radio — firing the imagination

Our oldest pastime is telling stories. The key to storytelling is imagination. Radio once poked and evoked the imagination. Old-time Radio is the art of imaginative storytelling, something television can’t match.

Really Scary Ghost Story

Really Scary Ghost StoryIf you remember your childhood days, whenever it was time to listen to a story, you must have preferred hearing a ghost story. Even in adulthood, every person is eager to know about ghosts and their existence. Well, what is a ghost? A ghost is considered to be the spirit of a dead person, or sometimes of an animal. The word ‘ghost’ is also used to refer to any spirit or demon. Many people are very scared of ghosts and they avoid going to such places where the ghosts are supposed to exist. Although there are many controversies about the existence of ghosts, there are a number of people who claim that they have experienced an existence of a ghost. Following are some of really scary ghost stories, which can raise your hair.

Story #1

This story is about Martin Pit, who suffered a lot from a witch. Martin Pit was a prosperous farmer in Tennessee. While Martin was inspecting his cornfield, he shot at a dog as per his assumption. The animal disappeared from that site. Then Martin started to suffer from the witch’s activities. Banging and pounding on the shutters kept the family awake. Every night, the bed covers were tore off by the entity. The paranormal activities increased everyday. That unseen entity introduced herself as ‘Sandy’. Her attacks were mainly focused on Martin’s daughter, Kelly and Martin Pit himself.

The witch quoted scripture, sang hymns and engaged in intelligent conversations with the Pit family. Her violent attacks made that family battered and bruised. She moved the objects in their house, also ordered them to do so, and thus disrupted their sleep. She haunted not only Pit’s house, but also the surrounding countryside. When Martin’s family friends came to know about it, they immediately came to visit him. But the witch stopped their cars on the road to Martin’s farm and didn’t let them to move forward without demonstrating her powers to them.

The fact was that the witch hated Kelly Pit’s fiancé, John Brook. She extremely tortured the young couple in such a way that Kelly broke her engagement with John and married a man that the witch approved.

When Martin Pit died, the witch claimed that she had poisoned him. The family found a vial of liquid. When they tested it on their cat, the cat instantly died. Nobody knew from where the vial came and how it got into the home. The witch finally left Pit family, promising to return after seven years.

And the witch kept her promise! She returned to Pit family exactly after seven years. She met Martin’s son. She told him about the important forthcoming events in the world. Then she promised to return after 107 years.

Story #2

This happened in a little town of Ireland. It was a terrible dark night of rainstorm. Paul, all alone on the roadside, was hitchhiking. There were no cars on the road. That poor guy was not able to see beyond a foot due to the strong storm. Suddenly, he saw a car coming towards him and got relaxed. The car stopped near him. Being lighthearted, Paul got in the car without thinking for a while. He closed the door and he realized, oh my God! There was nobody behind the wheel!

The car started to move slowly. Paul looked at the road and noticed a curve coming his way. Petrified, Paul began to pray for his life. He had not come out of shock. Just before the car hit the curve, suddenly a hand appeared through a window and moved the steering wheel. Paul was almost paralyzed in terror, when he watched how the hand appeared every time when the car was approaching the curve. At last, he somehow managed to open the door and jumped out of that horrible car. Without even looking back, he ran to the nearest town through that fearful storm. When he reached the town, he was completely wet, exhausted and not able to utter a single word due to shock. That visibly shaken guy went to a nearby bar and asked for two shots of Scotch.

Still frightened and trembling, Paul started telling everyone in the bar about that horrifying experience. He explained everything about the spooky car without a driver and the mystical hand that kept appearing. Everyone in the bar was frightened and realized that the guy was telling the truth.

After half an hour, two guys entered the same bar. One said to other, “Hey, there is a foolish guy who jumped into the car while we were pushing it.”

Are Free File Download Services Really Safe

On Monday June 27, 2005 the Supreme Court ruled that Grokster and

Streamsoft, two free file download services, were operating

illegally because they were allegedly encouraging illegal

downloads of copyrighted material.

Encouraging it…that was what the Supreme Court said. These

were free services that were encouraging illegal activity.

Would this have happened if they had had paying customers? In

other words, would a paid file download service be better than a

free download service?

I think so, and here's my reasoning why…

If you consider that every dollar paid is like a vote, then it

becomes clear the paid file downloading services are much more

accountable than free file downloading services.

If you follow my metaphor so far, then you may see how a paid

file download service is like an elected official, and a free

file download service is like a dictator.

Here's how they differ:

1. If an elected official doesn't get enough votes, the elected

official doesn't get re-elected and is “out of there”.

2. A dictator doesn't care about votes. A dictator does

whatever they want. And, if you get hurt by what they do….

well, it's YOUR problem.

Basically, it's all about accountability.

A legitimate business has to make money to survive. If a

business hurts people, customers will stop buying from that

business and go elsewhere. And, if people stop buying from that

business, then that business is “out of there” (just like the

elected official which loses votes).

But a free file sharing service can “do what it wants”, just like

a dictator, and if they even go to the level of encouraging you

to do things that are illegal, even lying to you by telling you

that it's perfectly legal… well it's no skin off their nose.

It's your problem!

Or so they thought…up to now.

For the first time, the Supreme Court has made these shady liars

legally responsible for their bad behavior.

They got away with it in the past by “advising” people to do

things that were potentially illegal. They rationalized it by

saying “Hey, we aren't the ones actually doing it, so we

shouldn't be held responsible.”

But the Supreme Court has finally cleared this up. They are

responsible, and can now be sued for their actions. Even if they

did it for “FREE”.

“FREE”… that was the draw that got so many innocent kids

downloading songs, videos, movies, games, etc. illegally without

knowing it. The “FREE” file downloading services were just

exploiting these kids' ignorance.

Paid download services can't afford this kind of behavior. They

look at this as a business. If they start getting their

customers in trouble, word gets around pretty fast on the

internet, and their business will become toast!

Think of this like NetFlix, who doesn't sell download services,

but sends out CDs and DVDs through the mail. What would happen

to them if they “encouraged” purchasing illegally copied movies

or music from them? Yeah you got it… toast!

But the “FREE” file sharing services that are encouraging kids to

do this thought they could get away with this indefinitely

because “they weren't making any money off of it, and after all,

they weren't the actual people doing the downloading.”

Nice legal trickery… good thing it won't work anymore!

So… the question still begging to be asked is:

“Are paid file download services better than free file download


I'll let you take it from here… ;^)

Booking Gigs

Divide and Conquer: The secret to booking gigs

Most everything you are told about booking gigs is wrong. An average band hears so much advice from so-called experts they can write a book about it. Most misconceptions are harmless. The ones that cause the most damage are the ones that are the most popular. Popular opinion should almost ALWAYS be avoided when dealing with the music business. This report is meant to deprogram you and tell you what no one will share about really booking better gigs.

It is important to attack the root of misconception fast. Therefore I will take a stab at it now. If you are a good band playing horrible gigs it is most likely because you have a skewed perspective of “time line”. This article will be littered with the term “maintaining time line”. This is not some trendy “industry term”. This is simply the best way to describe your main priority in the quest to tour on your own 4 wheels.

What is “time line”?

Time line is a concept. It doesn't really exist. You have to think of it as rule that governs your music business habits. If your time line is too short, your success at gigs will be sporadic. If your time line is too long you will remain stagnant. You have to handle your gigging schedule with precision and thought. You must tweak your time line in order to correct what ails your band.


This may be a clich you hear tossed around a lot in the music business, but it is seldom followed. Playing too often in any market will kill your draw. That is the bottom line. Don't listen to anyone who tells you otherwise. I will spare you all the metrics and sterile accounting speak that proves this point. You must break free of the shackles of saturation if you are going to maintain time line and reach booking zen.


You want to think of booking your band like a war. There are territories you must win. From here on out we will refer to these as markets.

You have to find a way into each market and begin your campaign. For the remainder of the report these will be referred to as gigs.

You must find allies that align with your intentions and best interests. In other words, bands.

You must find a marketplace that has something to gain from your war. This report will refer to them as promoters.


The one thing that will probably surprise you the most is where to start getting better gigs. Many of you started out “cold calling” clubs out of the phone book or local rag and ask for a gig. Although this smash and grab attempt can create some lucky opportunities here and there, it will destroy your time line. The truth is, bands that are already successful in that venue will be your greatest ally. If already have some “cherry popping” gigs under your belt, or a demo, this will be crucial in forging a relationship with bands.

Many good drawing bands will have very strong connections with local promoters. Promoters are drawn to them because these bands are a vital commodity in their industry. Club owners and promoters plan to have these bands a certain many times in the year and account for so much business. Usually, in this type of relationship the band can book virtually at will and many times can create bills, or cards. Your best bet is to align with such a band. If you can do this it will launch your time line correctly.


Assuming your first gig at a venue was under the circumstance outlined above you should make sure you meet the promoter and/or club owner that night. You want to make an impact. When a promoter feels like giving you a bone he doesn't want to throw it. Your initial gig at a venue via another band is the best time to see if the promoter was even paying attention. If they were they might need you for another bill, but you have to come to them.


Your draw in your home market will determine your leverage against other markets. In other words, a following in your market will create opportunities in others. This does NOT mean “create buzz here and then everyone will beg for us elsewhere”. This means you can now find other bands in other markets that are successful and trade shows, or “swap gigs”. Other bands that want to break into your market will want to align themselves with you. Repeating this across multiple markets, and applying a solid time line, will create success. You will also always have a good show supporting locals who draw at least as much as you do on other markets. Creating this leverage, by raising your draw, will be the key to routing better gigs across markets. How does one do this? Simple. Maintaining time line.


When you are fist starting out, it is important to play whatever gigs you can to get the hang of how it works. Think of those early gigs as practice. Think of the gigs you do supporting better drawing bands as where you really iron out your craft. Eventually you are going to want to test the waters and see what you are really worth. A band will, at some point, have to go out on its own and try to “headline”, or put their own bill together as the “biggest” band. The first couple of times you do this it should be no more than once every 6 weeks. When your time line is ready to be set at optimum performance you should not headline any one market more than 4 or 5 times a year, or once per season. That's right, your time line gets longer, not shorter. When everything is working properly you will play less gigs, but with significantly more draw at each.


You want to fight battle you know you can win (we will talk more about battles in a moment). You want to play where you are confident you can draw. If you know a certain venue is famous for having death metal bands, and your name is DECAYING FLESH, you should probably put that club high in the running to become your home venue.The venue you draw the most at should be the one you concentrate on in the market.


As General, it is important to have a keen sense of delegation. You must be aware that the entire campaign is on your shoulders, but you have resources and a team of people to help you. Your band may not seem like an awesome war machine now, but you have to think logically. You have to delegate.

The easiest way to start creating a draw is to first hit your friends via your band mates. Delegate a realistic amount of responsibility to the other players in your band with a real value. You should start with “heads”, or people they bring. Every member of your band should feel they are responsible to bring 20 heads that pay to get in. Instead of looking at your promotional campaign as a daunting war you will gain more ground with your band fighting smaller battles at once.

Some of the members of your band will have 20 cousins who will love to come. Some of your band members will have to resort to begging ex-girlfriends they dumped. Most of you will go the traditional route and hand out fliers at shows. No matter how, you each must meet your goal of 20 heads.

The PR and marketing front is a whole other battle. The Internet has made it possible to have your music heard, gigs found, and pictures seen across the world in hyper-speed. Properly presenting your image will be very important on this front. If you feel you need help in presenting your image you should refer to my previous article “The Truth Behind Press Kits, Bios, and Controlling Your Image”. Remember, there are bands in other markets looking for bands to swap with, so make sure you are easy to find on the Internet.


At first, you might be surprised that you do not meet our goal of 20 heads per member. Do not be discouraged. But when you finally create that watermark you are ready to begin stretching your time line and playing less gigs. You should reserve your headlining events for once a season and only break that rule for an opening slot for a national act or a great promotional opportunity like a benefit.


At this point you should be concentrating only on creating new fans. Think of the first wave of friends as your new soldiers. Delegate some task to them with a real value. A good starting point is having all your friends get at least 2 people to the next show or to at least sign up for the mailing list on your website. You have a website with a mailing list don't you?

You should not neglect historical methods of creating interest. Giving away free tickets to people who sign up to your list always gets some response. Promoting the fact you are giving away something for free at the next gig works too.

The actual venue that you play is often overlooked as a great place to promote. Not just by handing out fliers to patrons, but perhaps posters and banners. Most clubs will not have a problem with you putting up promotional materials around the venue. Always get a professional artist or art student to create your posters and fliers. This is the first thing many people will see promoting your band, make sure it counts.


If you can afford merchandise, or “merch”, like apparel and stickers, it can be a great revenue stream for your band. But again, you have to apply time line to your stocking habits. You want to be able to create and sell a new item at every couple of shows. Even if all you can afford are some new stickers or a new style button, do it. So if you really want to get those expensive glow-in-the-dark sweaters that say your band's name when you press a button make sure you have enough to get some more new merch soon.

New merch is a great way to train your fanbase. You have to train your fanbase to bring money to your gigs. When your fans are expecting new merch they are more likely to come prepared, or “armed with dough”. Go to Scenejumper.com for more info


Use your newfound leverage to repeat success across multiple markets. Trade shows wisely and always do your research. Always make sure a gig swap is really worth it. Choose your markets carefully. It should be practical and affordable to gig other markets. You want to move out from your home base logically. Eventually you will be able to easily route yourself across your surrounding markets. Applying the proper time line and work ethic you can do mini-tours every season.

Burton Gaar Releases Track Hurricane Trouble To Organize Relief Effort

New Orleans, LA–October 20, 2005Burton Gaar has been singing and playing the blues for many years now. Recent events have shaken our country and brought us together to help our fellow man. Now, never have the blues been more true to life than in Louisiana. Gaar is feeling the effects of the devastation of hurricane Katrina just like his brothers and sisters that call the delta their home. He decided to make a step in the right direction by recording and releasing Hurricane Trouble, a rockin blues number to get all of that feeling across to the world in his music. Gaar encapsulates whom he is by saying- I play the crap out of the blues. Indeed, he does, as the track is literal hurricane of blues guitar licks.

The objective of Gaar is to raise awareness of the need for aid in Louisiana. He wants to organize a benefit concert to assist musicians and their families that have lost everything due to the storm. The hope is that Hurricane Trouble will circulate quickly and jump-start the entire process of getting people together for the cause.

Gaar invites everyone to send an e-mail to him @ burtongaar@webtv.net and request a MP3 of the song, he will send it to you with hopes that you will pass it on to spread the word carried in the song. Louisiana and the victims of the hurricane need you and music is the best way to reach out and touch the masses. Acknowledge his efforts by sending him an e-mail and requesting the song today. In the spirit of brotherhood and good will listen to the song and then send it to as many people as you can.

Contact Person:

George Hollinshead

Sound Ventures Records

P.O. Box 290

Evergreen, LA 71333

Tel: 318-613-5194


CD Baby: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/gaar/from/tromo1

Website: http://www.burtongaar.com

Email: burtongaar@webtv.net

PR Created and Distributed By MuzikReviews.com

Do you know what a didgeridoo is? Do you want to do or learn something different? Find out about it and do it on the Web.

Do you know what a didgeridoo is? There are so many things in this life that are unknown to us. I bet you could find out about something outside your normal sphere of vision and experience everyday for the rest of your life and still not get close to knowing about everything out there. Not to mention the number of things we dont know about our own internal selves-physical, emotional, spiritual and mental realities that are still unaware to us. Thats another story however, lets stick to the external in this article.

I play the didgeridoo. Its a sacred Australian Aborigine instrument, arguably one of the oldest instruments in humankinds long history. If you type didgeridoo into your search engine you will see hundreds of sites about this thing that youve never even heard of. You dont know how many people Ive mentioned it to around the world that never have even heard the word.

One site I found to be quite thorough and useful was: http://www.echotree.com.au/index.htm

This retail site explains in detail how a didgeridoo is made (it is a termite-hollowed branch or tree trunk), how to choose the right one for you, and of course instruction on how to play. It explains how to recognize a quality piece and they say that they can even custom make one to your desires. Each didj has a key or root note, and they can be made of several types of wood, some better than others. Placed on the mouthpiece is bees wax which makes for an airtight seal against the face as well as protecting ones mouth from getting cut by sharp edges.

To give you an idea of the incredible feat it was for the first Aborigines to make this music 40-60,000 years ago Ill give you a perspective on how it is played. You place your mouth in the whole at the top of the hollowed wood upon the bees wax coating. Then you vibrate your lips against the edge of the wood, filling your cheeks with air at the same time to keep the sound constant. The sound never stops and this is because you circular breathe-in through the nose and out through your mouth at the same time. Sounds difficult, and it is for some like myself, it took me 9 months to get my mind around it. A friend of mine however did it in a couple of days, and babies breathe this way naturally! Pretty cool.

On this site as others you can look at a gallery of instruments, clicking on the ones that interest you. They are all individual (like snowflakes and humans) and characteristics such as key, wood type, length and artist are given. Echo Tree specifically mentions that all their artwork is individually hand-painted by Aborigine artists and no two are alike. So unlike many Western musical instruments that are ubiquitously constructed, you can have one that is different to all others.

The didgeridoo is just another example of how the Internet or World Wide Web can be the medium of discovery in our lives. It is a collective source for all the ideas, creations and beliefs in our world. Anyone that connects can add to the rich melting pot of consciousness. This virtual space that we all feed and digest from is truly the next step in the evolution of humanity. Do you want to do or learn something different? You know where to go.

Download Mp3 Music Safely

DON'T Download JUNK! Make sure your download mp3 music is a quality mp3 and that your music download doesn't have hidden downloads that will not only ruin your search for great music but will annoy you and invade your privacy.

Here are the four hidden downloads most free music sites install on your computer when you download mp3s.

1.Spyware is almost always contained in mp3 freeware and shareware downloads. The spyware gathers information and monitors the activities you perform, unbeknown to you.

2.Adware is also contained in these mp3 download networks. Your computer can and probably will be stuffed with a huge amount of intrusive advertising.

3.Pornography is very prevalent on the Internet. Be very aware that porn peddlers disguise their software as the latest free mp3 download or game demo to redirect your modem to porn sites.

4.Spoofing is when download mp3 networks are filled with fake files. For example, if you download what you think is a popular mp3 song, you will get the same ten seconds of the song over and over again.

So in your hunt to download mp3 s and create your own library of music, be selective of which music download site you use. There are many to choose from but few that offer privacy protection, online service, tech help, spyware-free and adware-free downloads, as well as a large library of quality mp3s.

Things have come a long way with regards of how we listen to our favorite music. It's as easy as a push of a button with digital music.

Knowing where to start, how you want to listen to your music and what you want to do with it, is the first step. When you download mp3 files from online music services, you need to know what they allow you to do. Some songs are just for listening to, some can be downloaded, and some can be burned to a CD or a portable music player.

A few owners of certain artists publishing rights will not grant the license rights, which means some mp3's are not available for downloading.

The majority of the time, you'll find what you're looking for because the larger download MP3 subscription music web sites have access to the catalog of the Five Big Labels Sony, Warner, Universal, EMI, and BMG, which account for about 80% of recorded music.

So now that you have the facts on how to download mp3 s, do some research for quality music download sites, take advantage of any Free Trials, download lots of music, turn up the volume and dont forget to Sing Along!

Downloading MP3's made easy

The MP3 movement started out with a huge audience of music enthusiasts on the internet. The MP3 digital music format has had, and will continue to have, a huge impart on how people, gather, listen to and share music.

The MP3 format is a compression system for digital music that helps reduce the size of a digitized song without disturbing the sound quality. Digital music is converted to MP3 format and made available for use, usually via the web. MP3 files can be downloaded onto your computer from the internet and special software, either commercial or freeware. Using your computer and software you can convert digital music from a CD into MP3 format.

MP3 files can be played in three different ways:

1. They can be played directly onto your computer.

2. They can be decompressed and recorded onto a CD.

3. These files can be played on a portable MP3 player.

The advantage of MP3 players is that they are small, lightweight and rugged. They are a great way to carry your MP3 files with you!

With a portable MP3 player, a personal computer, and the appropriate software, you can do the following:

1. Obtain free or low-cost music from the web.

2. Create your own mix of music by downloading MP3 files from the web and converting the tracks from CDs.

3. Listen to near-CD quality music wherever you go.

4. Listen to more music (up to 10 hours' worth).

If you want to convert your songs from your CDs into MP3 files, you can use ripper and encoder software. A ripper copies a song's file from the CD onto your hard disk. The encoder compresses the song into the MP3 format. By encoding songs, you can play them on your computer or take them with you on your MP3 player. The ripper and encoder software may come with your MP3 player.

The specific instructions will vary with the individual software programs, but the following steps will definitely take place:

1. Place the CD from which you want to convert songs into your drive.

2. Select the track(s) that you want to convert to MP3 format.

3. Convert the selected track(s).

4. Copy the new MP3 files on to your computer's hard disk.

Now you are ready to download these MP3 files into your portable MP3 player.

Once you have MP3 files on your computer, you can use the software that came with your MP3 player to download the files into your MP3 player. Again, the specific instructions will vary depending upon your software program and player, but you will:

1. Create a playlist from your MP3 files.

2. Plug the player into your computer's parallel of USB port.

3. Transfer the MP3 files according to the instructions.

Once you have downloaded the MP3 files into your portable MP3 player, you are ready to take your music anywhere. Most MP3 players are small, lightweight, and solid-state. Because most players are solid-state, there are no moving parts to break down or skip, so the sound quality is uninterrupted regardless of your physical activity. MP3 players are equipped with various types of headphones or earpieces.

Portable MP3 players can play music longer than a portable CD player. The length of play for a CD player is about 74 minutes, the length of one CD. However, the length of play for an MP3 player depends upon its memory capacity, which can be upgraded on some models. A standard MP3 player can play for about half an hour (32 MB) to a few weeks (40 GB)! Some models can be upgraded with additional memory devices.

Downloading Music!

MP3 technology was the catalyst to one of the biggest revolutions in the

media business in nearly 30 years.

When cassette tapes became popular in the late 1970's and early 1980's,

the music industry did the now-familiar Chicken Little dance about its

way of life being destroyed. The industry quickly co-opted that threat,

turning albums on cassettes into a very lucrative business. In the

mid-80's, CDs promised superior quality at lower prices, but we wound up

only getting the better quality. Consumers never got the promised price

breakalbum prices continued to climb. Those chickens would come home to

roost soon enough.

It's taken the music industry the better part of ten years to finally

devise some legal alternatives to the P2P file-sharing networks, and now

there are well over a dozen online music services legally offering a

wide range of genres to satisfy most musical palettes. Aside from one

service's downloads being three cents cheaper than the next, what sets

them apart? Which one gives you most flexibility about how you enjoy your music? And which one really gives you the most of what you want for

your money?

Free Music Video Downloads

Listening to all of your favorite songs whenever you want is

always exciting. No more having to wait for it to be played on

the radio or have to go out and buy the whole CD for just one

particular song. When you can download all of your favorite

songs for free it just makes it that much better. What if you

could download the music videos to all of your favorite songs

for free and add to the excitement every time you listen to the

song? In this article Ill discuss some of the best places to

find free music video downloads and why some free music video

download sites are better than others.

As mentioned in a previous article I wrote, Music Video

Downloads, not all sites are going to be capable of good quality

free music video downloads. Some are going to allow you to

preview the first 30 seconds of a song, while other sites allow

you to watch only one song, then you must become a member to

view more. However, there are sites out there that allow you to

download good quality videos for free.

One of the bigger downsides to free video downloads, though, is

that most places only allow you to watch the video and not save

it to a file to view later. Yes, you can view it anytime you

want by simply clicking on the video and having it load in about

15 seconds. However, if there is a certain list of songs you

would like to observe, then youll have to search through the

site to find them as oppose to having them all saved in a


Another downside to free music video downloads is the fact that

most sites contain only popular artists and songs, so the

unknown bands may be harder to find videos for. This is not to

say that the selection is small, but it is limited to more of

the current hot hits.

One of the better sites that I have found for downloading music

videos for free is www.artistdirect.com. Once you get to the

home page at the top is a button for movies and videos, this is

where you will find all of the free music video downloads. On

this page you will find the top music videos for various

categories such as hip-hop, pop, rock, and so on. Plus they

have the top 5 music videos currently, with a button away from

getting the top 600 music videos. I have found this site to be

very quick and efficient with downloading videos, but as

mentioned earlier you are only capable of viewing the videos and

can not save them to a library or folder.

One of the more common and well known sites to find free music

video downloads is at www.mtv.com. For this site they have it

set up with six different categories that you can click on. As

you click on one of the categories it brings up the top six

videos under that category currently, then you are able to

browse all the videos for that category if you please. Or to

make things easier, they have a place where you can simply

search for a specific video.

I have listed two of the more popular sites to find free music

video downloads, and two of the easier sites to search through.

If you were to conduct a search for free music video download

sites on google, there are about 131 million different sites or

pages connected to this phrase. So as you can see there are

several different places to look for the videos, its just up to

you to find them. The two I have provided would be good ones to

start at, but feel free to broaden your horizon and begin

searching for the sites to find your favorite music videos for