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Maybe you live and breathe music and are always looking for more information about the music you love. Perhaps your music collection needs a few new additions and you’re ready to start thoroughly investigating music you might like. Maybe you need to do research for a school project on music, or you're simply looking to take your Trivial Pursuit game to the next level. Use the sites below to fine-tune your expertise.
- Researching the artists you already know and like is a great way to get guidance on the other performers you'd enjoy. Take full advantage of sites that provide information about an artist's influences or collaborators. Often an established artist will produce an album of a lesser-known band. Identifying the producer of an album may be another good way to tell if it's a type of music you might enjoy.
- Beware: song lyric sites don’t always have the correct lyrics. Double check before you make any high-stakes bets.
- You may also find information about classical and jazz music on the Web sites of university libraries.