Way back in the 70s when a was a teenager and got hold of money enought, I went to the record store. I bought the latest Queen, Manfred Mann, Alan Parssons project or Jean Michel record. CD:s or LP:s. I love music and almost all my money went into records back then. Now.... we live in modern times. And I can't even buy a CD. Now it's all .... digital.
But I try to adapt. No more holding in a new CD and quiet and full of expectation of what will be there taking the cellophane off. Cause you did not know what songs were there. If the song didn't play on the radio..... you had not heard them. So opening up and listening for the first time.... yeah. Those were the days. So, what I really like in modern times is that ... you can buy only the songs you like and you have heard them before buying. Good, ehee? Buying, you ask? Yeah you don't even have to buy them if you are listening to a free streaming provider. As Spotify in it's basic form. You get a lot of comercials but it's free.
So in trying to be modern, althought I my self were modern a long time ago, I try to have Gus songs avaliable almost everywhere .... digital. So you can find it on all major streaming sites as: