There is no where to legally download bootleg music at all. Bootleg recording is an illegal activity because it violates copyright laws.
You can legally download music for free online at BearShare.
You can not LEGALLY download music for free.
i have no clue
use spotify, it doesn't download but you can listen for free
You can't, legally.
Unfortunately, you cant. :(
You can use blubster to download music free
You cannot download the music for free legally. All Lifehouse music is available on iTunes for download. If you visit Lifehouse's official website, you can listen to several of their songs online for free.
SoundCloud is one source of free music to download. Artists will put up links to download their music for free and 100% legally. Podcasts can also be downloaded from the site.
There are some sites that allow someone to legally download music. These tend not to include new trending music, in fact if trending music is listed it is usually stolen. Noisetrade and Amazon often have free legal music.
A good site is jamendo http://www.jamendo.com/en/ A number of torrent sites offer only legal content, including music http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/finding-legal-and-free-torrents.htm Classic Cat has a large listing of classical music for download http://www.classiccat.net/ FriedBeef has a listing of 40 ways to download free music legally http://www.friedbeef.com/40-ways-to-download-free-music-legally-an-ultimate-guide/
Geekers Magazine has a list of 8 places that you can legally download free music to your computer. Once you have decided on the music you wish to download, you will click the 'download' button. When the download is complete you click open/run and save the music onto your computer.
Noisetrade is a site that allows people to legally download free music. They do have a option where someone can donate money and most of these are indie bands.
Downloading Music LegallyIt's not possible to legally download music to your MP3 player for free without doing so illegally. You should search for a site where you can download songs legally by paying for them. There are songs available for honest and free downloading. I attached a link to such a site. These are not usually the original singers though or name artists. They are individuals trying to get a break in the industry.
If you are willing to pay money for music, there are many services that offer music downloads. These include Amazon, iTunes, and more. Other services like Spotify offers millions of songs on demand. There are currently no download sites that offer free music legally.
I think you can use limewire! (hope that helps)
You can't. The courts say it is illegal.
You must either pay for it or receive permission.
The top sites to download music legally in 2013 include but are not limited to free music Archive, Noise Trade, Last.fm, Amazon, MP3 and last but not least Sound Owl.
There are currently no ways to download any copyrighted music for free legally. Even sites claiming to be legal are not if they are allowing the download of copyrighted content without the expressed permission of the party in question.