Amazon.com offered another freebie yesterday. When I saw their Facebook post about a $3 credit for MP3 purchases, I immediately clicked on it before it was too late. It’s worth liking them on Facebook or following them on Twitter because of their frequent offers.
Amazon makes it easy to shop by price. With $3 to burn, I went to the link for “MP3 albums $2.99 and under.” After considering some discounted movie soundtracks such as “Moulin Rouge,” I used my free credit to buy an album of “100 Must-Have Movie Classics”.
The last time I had free Amazon MP3 credits, which was less than two weeks ago, I used them to buy copies of “Hungarian Rhapsody” and the “1812 Overture.” My newest “purchase” includes both of those pieces, although they are different recordings.
The extensive and varied selection of tunes on “100 Must-Have Movie Classics” reminds me of an old TV commercial for “best-loved melodies of the classics,” which I found on YouTube in no time. It was posted by a site called FuzzyMemories.TV.