After I read this bit :
Guest Post by Bobby Owsinski on Music 3.0
While Apple, Spotify and Google/YouTube get all the hype when it comes to streaming music these days, Amazon Prime is keeping a surprisingly low profile. Everyone who’s an Amazon Prime user also gets Prime Music as an added benefit, which is frequently overlooked.
While it seems that the online retail giant isn’t all that interested in the streaming music business, there are signs that it’s not ignoring it either.
For instance, it just introduced the Amazon Acousticscollection as an exclusive feature for its Prime members. There are 30 recordings available from artists like Joshua Radin, Surfer Blood, Jessie Baylinand Tokyo Police Clubthat are available via the Amazon Music app on iOS and Android devices, Amazon’s connected Echo speaker, or online at the Prime Music website.
The company also recently released the Grammy-nominated Transparent soundtrack as well as it’s own Christmas album featuring artists like Liz Phair, The Flaming Lips, and Yoko Ono.
So watch out for Amazon Prime. It’s overlooked by many, but it has some muscle to change the dynamics of the streaming music business if it ever chooses to do so.
I just had to figure out what was going on. And it’s this
Your gift to you: over 40 holiday songs streaming exclusively in Prime Music
Contains the yoko plus Flaming Lips version of HAPPY XMAS (WAR IS OVER)