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Music Resources for Teens from the Keene Public Library

books Recommended Books for Music Lovers:

Rock Out at the Keene Public LibraryFor Those about to Rock: A road map for being in a band by Dave Bidini

The Goth Bible: A compendium for the darkly inclined by Nancy Kilpatrick

Hip Hoptionary: The dictionary of hip-hop terminology by Alonzo Westbrook

How to DJ: The insider's guide to success on the decks by Tom Frederikse and Phil Benedictus in association with Point-Blank

Looking for the Perfect Beat: The art and culture of the DJ by Kurt B. Reighley

Music Lust: Recommended listening for every mood, moment, and reason by Nic Harcourt

Rock 'n' Roll Camp for Girls: How to start a band, write songs, record an album, and rock out!! edited by Marisa Anderson

The Rolling Stone Encyclopedia of Rock & Roll edited by Holly George-Warren and Patricia Romanowski

There's a God on the Mic: the true 50 greatest MCs by Kool Mo Dee

World Wide Web Recommended websites:

blue bullet  FineTune -- the mix tape experience taken online

blue bullet  Grooveshark -- free and legal downloading

blue bullet  Groovy Music -- Once you download Adobe Shockwave and Sibelius Sequence, you can listen to and rate music made by kids

blue bullet  Ksolo.MySpace -- MySpace Karaoke

blue bullet  Last.fm -- works with your iTunes collection, gives recommendations, and allows you to share

blue bullet  Mog -- a kind of MySpace for music lovers

blue bullet  MTVMusic

blue bullet  Music from TV Commercials -- This Squidoo site identifies songs from TV commercials 

blue bullet  Muxtape -- online mix-tape making

blue bullet  Pandora.com -- a music discovery site that allows you to create your own radio stations

blue bullet  Sound Junction -- listen to, explore, & create your own music

blue bullet  TuneFind -- Find the name of the song in you heard in a favorite TV show or movie

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