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July 23, 2005

Some people have stated that iTunes is clunky with a difficult interface to use. Maybe it isn’t the easiest program to operate but if you have used it for any length of time you can move around it pretty quickly. There aren’t too many features that are a surprise. It works pretty good.

The search feature is very good. It is quick and allows you to find the song that is so often rumbling inside your head. When you have a sizeable number of songs it is very easy to assemble a decent playlist. Right now I typed in ‘summer’ and have 23 songs for 1.8 hours in the play list. Everything from Lisa Brokop to the Young gods. Why summer? Well have you looked outside lately?

Here’s the list:

Summer Rain – Alphaville
Summer In The Circus – Bourne And MacLeod
The Last Rose of Summer – British Columbia Boys Choir
Summer Of ’69 – Bryan Adams
Red Summer Sun – Bryan Potvin
Thirty Summers – Cowboy Junkies
Sleep All Summer – Crooked Fingers
The Boys of Summer – Don Henley
Indian Summer – The Doors
Summertime Blues – Eddie Cochran
Summertime Rolls – Jane’s Addiction
Summertime – Jane’s Addiction
That Summer – Lisa Brokop
Die In The Summertime – Manic Street Preachers
A Night in Summer Long Ago – Mark Knopfler
Starless Summer Sky – Marshall Crenshaw
The Last Rose Of Summer – Nina Simone
The Last Rose Of Summer – Nina Simone
In The Summertime (You Don’t Want My Love) – Prairie Oyster
High Summer – Van Morrison
Summertime – Will Smith
Action- Streetheart Summer Dock Party
Summer Eyes – The Young Gods

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    November 20, 2005 3:54 pm

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