MMB Blues Brothers MP3?

Submitted by joeyb on August 10th, 2011 at 12:30 PM

Does anyone know where I can get a decent-to-good-quality mp3 of the marching band playing I can't turn you loose, the Blues Brothers song that everyone dances to at hockey games and now at football games too? I've looked all around and all I can really find are youtube videos where the crowd overpowers the band most of the time. I'd be willing to buy one of their CDs if it had it. If anyone can point in the direction of this, I'd greatly appreciate it.

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Webber's Pimp

August 10th, 2011 at 1:08 PM ^

While were on this subject of mp3's etc. Does anybody on this board mess around with torrents? Are these things safe? Are there good (i.e. safe) e-book and music torrent sites out there that anybody can recommend?

joeyb

August 10th, 2011 at 1:23 PM ^

They are as safe as any download; you just need to make sure you download from safe sources, read comments to make sure it's not a virus, have up-to-date anti-virus, etc.

This should help get you started.

http://lifehacker.com/285489/a-beginners-guide-to-bittorrent

I would also suggest looking into some other articles on that site about torrenting.

hart20

August 10th, 2011 at 4:29 PM ^

If you're using torrents it's a must, in my opinion. In fact, I'd recommend that anyone connected to the Internet, use it. Blocks connections to any known IPs considered "bad", such as any RIAA IPs, government IPs, botnet IPs, malware IPs, etc. (Note: This all depending on the IP lists you download. It's not 100% protection from being caught or infected, but it's much better than nothing.  Just do what the guy above said and you should be fine. 

http://www.peerblock.com/

 

tiggs14

August 10th, 2011 at 3:04 PM ^

I went on iTunes and bought both the opening and closing versions of the above by the blues brothers. Then cut them down to make excellent ringtones. The mp3's on hockey.net aren't as good of quality as iTunes.

MGoBender

August 10th, 2011 at 4:33 PM ^

If you want have fun wasting an hour or so of your time, start YouTubing the Big Chill and fan videos of the cheers and the second intermission.... That was easily one of the most fun days I've ever had in Ann Arbor: