I am liking Spotify. I know I have a monthly fee but I listen to a lot of music and podcasts. I think my first music purchase was Queen's "A Night At The Opera"on 8-Track when I was 13. My dad had a 1974 Galaxy 500. A four door land yacht. I figured out that I could put the tape in the car stereo (Craig AM/FM 8-Track AND CB radio combination with Jensen Coaxials in the rear window deck) and pull out the hazard switch nanometers at a time and find a "sweet spot" that somehow jumped the electronics in the car and made the Craig audio unit work. I wore out that Queen 8-Track. When I listened to music on the radio, I was listening for a band that made me want to dig deeper into their catalog. "We didn't have the internet.", so I just bought single 45 records and eventually bought albums and then cassettes and I made my own cassette tape mixes until CDs came along. Then I bought CDs and gave away or sold my record collection. I had a LOT of LPs. I listened to CDs until Mp3s caught up but now I listen to Spotify. I can hear of a band or performer and check them out. All their music. I love going back to someone's first or second record and hearing what it was about them that made others take notice. I've found SO many new bands by hearing a song, catching it on SoundHound and finding it on Spotify. My playlist is called "ME" and I have a huge collection of artists and the best thing is that nearly every song in my playlist is good "to me". Thanks to whomever it was that posted about Larkin Poe. I never heard of them until you posted that YouTube. I've listened to their entire catalog at least twice and some songs (Freedom, Look Away) get listened to more than once or twice. I discovered Gary Clark Jr. about a year ago. I don't know how i missed these folks earlier but i'm glad I know them now. I also like that I can download just one song from someone if that's the only song I like from them instead of buying an entire album and finding out that you really only liked that one song. Anyway, I'm liking Spotify.