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This is no ordinary jukebox. It will play all of your favorite songs from 1952 through 1982.

Once you click on a song it will play and when it finishes it automatically plays the next song in the list and continues until it has played all the songs. The songs are in MP3 format.

It has a volume control which you can use in conjunction with your computers volume control.

One of the best features is that it will play in the background. That means you can be doing other computer work on a different screen. For those are not too familiar just open this Jukebox, start a song list playing THEN open another window in your Browser and use that window to surf the net or what ever, while the music plays. I set it up on my desktop as a favorite so all I have to do is click on it and it opens automatically.

This is the great music from the past. No Gangster Rap or other unintelligible garbage that has been foisted on the public with an attempt to pass it off as music. There is also Christmas Music, Movie Themes, Show Tunes and lots of other categories.
Review by Happy Trails of the message board.


It's totally free as well, you can enter your favorite artists and it will setup "radio stations" that play songs by that artist and others that are similar. The similar artists are sometimes folks you've never heard of, and songs you've never heard, but most are great. You can give the songs a thumbs up or down and if you don't like them, it will never play them again on your stations. Very cool. My husband found this and I'm hooked. I love listening to it whenever I log on to my computer. Then for Mother's day, he got me a "Squeeze Box" that you hook up to your home stereo speakers and it will also stream those songs/stations that you have chosen in your mix. It has opened my ears up to a ton of awesome new music and some older ones I have forgotten about. Love it...check it out!!!
Review written by Shroomer71 of the message board.