Common Rotation posts worksongs on the Union Maid at their web site. Fans download them, then I archive them here. Usually, I am able to download them, but when I can’t, other fans upload the ones I miss. So, check out the daily worksong, and stop by if you miss a few. For the new fans who missed quite a bit, feel free to snag the collection from the beginning. Right now, the collection is around 980mb.
You can view the listings to see what songs were posted each month. If you find a song you would like to download, go to the page with that month’s archive, and click the name to download the song. Pretty simple. If you are having trouble finding a song, use the search.
If there are missing songs, I will post an update on the main page. When that happens, if you can contribute a missing song, you can email them to me or become a contributor and upload them yourself!
Well, I like them. You like them. We want other people to like CR, so the best way to make that happen is to share. Some of these are works in progress, some from live/big shows, and some are from the comfort of a fan’s livingroom. Yes, really. No matter what the recording is from, though, the Union Maid has a way of brightening anyone’s day. And that is reason enough for sharing to me.
CR fans are some of the best fans in the world. They help keep the archive alive by uploading missing songs. Computers can be fickle, so the fans are there as backup.
The Union Maid started back in March 2003. The updates have been happening ever since. March of 2009 marked the sixth anniversary of the Union Maid. Sit a spell and get the treat of hearing a song go from an instrumental, through some rough drafts, to the finished product – or even the restyling of an old favorite. It’s all a part of the Union Maid.
Well, I would like to say this site will exist forever, but that truly depends on plenty of variables I don’t care to list. If I ever decide to give up the archive, I will offer it out to someone who has the time and interest in maintaining it. In the meantime, the only catch is keeping it up to date. That’s where everyone else comes in.
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