Sharron-Idol’s music is probably available through all of these online retailers.
I’ve tried to link them where possible; but alas on some it just wasn’t possible: I typed “Sharron-Idol on *****” into Google, ( ***** being the name of the retailer.) but on a number of occasions there was no proper listing. I didn’t have time to do a full research project on all the retailers mentioned, and on those where that happened; I didn’t bother linking them – to save a heck of a lot of time.
This article is quite a big project; so I didn’t want it to run over time-wise and use up a lot of budget.
I’ve put entries in alphabetical order, which you may find helpful.
Let’s get this show underway then: –
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This was one of the retailers that I could link. (A lot of the others were virtually unlinkable because I couldn’t easily find the link I wanted on Google. – A few of the retailers seemed to be almost undiscoverable on Google.)
When I mentioned on The NewsGuy Show in 2015 that my music was on 8tracks, everyone thought that I was saying that my music was on 8-track stereo cartridges, which brought out some rather laddish behaviour from the clientele and other guests.
That’s quite a lot of hours for a retailer that I rarely hear anything of other than when I’m releasing something.
No doubt you’ve heard of Amazon Music, unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last 40 or so years. – There’s no more need be said TBH.
Here’s one you’ve probably never heard of… And nor had I until I created this article. I don’t recall having made any sales via this company.
A name so popular that nothing other needs to be said. – So I won’t be the one to say it.
Surprisingly this was linkable. I seem to remember a company with the same name renting colour televisions back in the 1970s in the UK.
Yet another obscure brand, that sounds like the noise you hear when bouncing a rubber pig.
A rather romantic-sounding brand that has distinct tomes of Italy. – Indeed when I entered the brand into Google’s translator as Italian, it returned “clear music” as the English translation.
A French enterprise, so named in order to fool Cockneys into believing that a deezer is a French geezer.
I seem to remember a track telling me that “Groove is in the heart”. – Though obviously not the IHeart, as that belongs to a different brand.
Personally I don’t like the Groove Music player that comes with Windows 10. – I use the aging Windows Media Player mainly instead.
The only dealings I’ve known with these people is back when they took over spreaker dot com and tried to enforce copyright protection and DRM on a bunch of amateur DJs who had no money to pay for anything, and would put their computers on auto-DJ while they went to the pub.
At the time I think I was one of the few DJs under my DJ name of DJ Shazzalive who was actually present and commentating during my show. ‘Thing is that IHeartRadio did make me realise that I was playing music without paying my dues. I applied that situation to myself, realised that I wouldn’t like it if someone played my tracks without paying royalties, and stopped doing it.
Anyway; now these jokers are playing my choons and hopefully paying me for doing so.
Maybe a brand created by a dyslexic: It sounds like a pharmaceutical solution; but it’s nevertheless musical.
If you’re unfamiliar with iTunes then you definitely do need to get out more.
Yet another one that doesn’t seem to appear on Google.
The sound of a sophisticated duck.
A practical solution for landing media.
An old favourite from the heady days of music-piracy that refuses to die, yet claims to be of reformed character. – We shall see.
The best box for sensational music. – Even better than a music-box… But dare you open it?
– With naam bread and a side salad, drizzled with aromatic oils.
That name still makes me think of a donkey that has a hi-speed epileptic fit when its tail gets pulled.
Probably one of the worst names for a successful company.
The teenage acne of the music world: One of many multibillion dollar companies who pay artists a fraction of a US Cent per stream.
By Flotsam & Jetsam.
The active part of a byte that makes profit.
The company near the Kremlin that lists my recording label – Ice Recordings – as “Experimental Music”. – 0_0
The company who built a model to rip-off video-recording artists, before that model was applied to musicians in various forms by others.
– Finally the now-Google-owned YouTube have boarded the bandwagon set up to keep musical artists in poverty.
And that concludes this article ladies & gentlemen.
Thank you for viewing.