Amazon calculates a product’s star ratings based on a machine learned model instead of a raw data average. The model takes into account factors including the age of a rating, whether the ratings are from verified purchasers, and factors that establish reviewer trustworthiness.
5-star songs are *typically* the only songs that make it into my library. With that said, I could explain all the reasons I love this song, or….I could tell you that Amazon reviews are a wonderful tool, but make little sense when it comes to music. Music is a personal thing. It would be much more beneficial to just listen to the sample that Amazon provides and judge it for yourself. Granted it is only a 30 second sample, but that is generally enough time to explore new bands and get a feel of their music, or make sure that a song you are about to purchase is the right version. If you want to listen to a sample, simply hover over the track you are interested in, and press the play button.
I was fortunate enough to catch this song when it was free on Amazon. That’s right! Amazon has a FREEBIE section with both songs AND albums. A great way to construct an entire music library, and admittedly, the way I obtained most of my own music. But quite honestly, a wonderful way to explore new music, too. In fact, some of the songs that I’ve obtained through Amazon as freebies would eventually lead to me falling in love with a new band, and ultimately buying some of their other songs that happened to have a price tag. Anyway...enough of my rambling.
This song is great! At the very least, give it a 30-second listen?
And don’t forget, if you are in the market for freebies, you can always check here…
FREE SONGS: From Amazon Home page --> Shop by Department --> (Digital and Prime Music) Deals --> Songs by Price (on left side of screen)---> Free
FREE ALBUMS: From Amazon Home page --> Shop by Department --> (Digital and Prime Music) Deals --> Albums by Price (on left side of screen)---> Free
Nice and relaxing bit of music- all 18 minutes of it. I have it included in my database so it randomly plays along with all my other songs. This was played yesterday right after Damn Yankees and was followed by Neil Young. It fit in there just right.
I love this piece. I'm not a classical fanatic, but I do enjoy various playlists on youtube at night, when studying, and I even play it for my dogs while I'm out of the house. This is a nice, soothing piece that blends together well.
I may get the whole album. This is a classical piece I don't have a recollection of ever hearing before. It makes me think of Jane Austen romances, women in period clothing, men dressed for riding horses, and croquet on the manicured front lawn of a gorgeous, old manse.