Music Posted on March 26, 2012 – 08:00 in Music | Steven

Popmeter Sixties Jukebox

This comes from a round about way on twitter, but again, it is one of these instances where I am thankful for the internetz and not annoyed by it, as it is so often when it comes to music. It’s ironic that the internet has helped me learn so much more about music, yet is also the industries biggest perceived problem. Not that I care a great deal about the industry but you get my point. Anyway, Popmeter is an awesome resource for rare 60s music that you are unlikely to find elsewhere, it’s got a great “social” interaction addition to.

Check it out here.

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