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Wrinkles Tech: which P2P for folk and acoustic? (9) Tech: which P2P for folk and acoustic? 04 Feb 05


Which P2P network, that accepts UK customers, is best for folk, trad, ethnic, folk rock, and contemporary acaoustic music?

I'm not looking to build up a colectection of Pirate CDs, but if I hear a trad tune I like in real life and would like to learn it myself then I'd like a network where I can hunt down several interpretations of the tune. Also, when someone says that I should have a listen to an artist from the above catgories I'd like a network on which I could capture a track or two of theirs to see if I like them enough to buy their CDs. Such artists are not well represented on the likes of Kazza etc, heck, even established artists like Martin Carthy are almost not there at all!

The other proviso is that the softwear has to work well on a laptop with a mere pentium II cpu.

Wrinkles


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