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I have a love/hate relationship with iTunes. I love the ability to download a wide variety of single songs, but it annoys me that I cannot play my iTunes music library on a player other than an iPod, or transfer album purchases easily between computers. Still, while I have peeked into Pandora Radio’s box, and flirted with other sites, I keep coming back to iTunes because I love the way it organizes and analyzes digital music.

iTunes Essentials contains groupings of music by performer. Dozens of songs in each artist’s catalog are all listed in order of their importance, prioritized in three sections, starting with the artist’s most well-known songs: The Basics (the biggest, best and most important songs), Next Steps (usually composed of popular songs just beyond the hits) and in some cases, Deep Cuts (under-appreciated songs.)

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