Everything is pretty much all digital these days – Amazon Music/iTunes, Spotify, Pandora, etc. We are all over those and several other services as well. See the full list in the Downloads/digital section below.
To Get Physical CDs
You can still try at Amazon. But there diesn’t seem to be any way in 2023 of getting our CDs except actually getting them from us live at an event, or contacting us and letting us know. then we can do it the old fashioned way and mail it ourselves.
In case you do want to check on Amazon…
Amazon is the only place to get these now, unless you get them in person at an event. And direct links to artists sometimes lead to odd places on Amazon. Soooo, the best way to do it is to go to the CD Baby category on Amazon by clicking here: https://www.amazon.com/s?me=A1WJYDZUFBWVU2&marketplaceID=ATVPDKIKX0DER
THEN type the name of an RBM artist:
Baldwin of Erebor
Samantha Moore * – Due to an issue with too many artists named “Samantha Moore” her links are a bit different. And in 2022 (Feb) they are messed up, with Iron Hart showing as “no longer available” and SFTWH as selling for $38! So until CD Baby and Amazon get this resolved, you can order her physical CDs direct from us: https://www.ravenboymusic.com/contact-us/
And that will ensure you end up at the correct Amazon page to buy CDs.
All our music is available from just about all the major digital music sites, such as:
NetEase Cloud Music
Tencent Music Entertainment (TME)
United Media Agency (UMA)
Apple has made it hard to link directly because of the whole Apple Music vs iTunes thing. So the quickest way to get our music is to go directly to the iTunes store on a device or computer, and again, type a name of an artist into the search.
Getting to iTunes Store Directly From Artist Page
If you go to our Artist link (also in the menu above). The albums will appear, with players, on that page. If you click anywhere on the shaded Apple Music player, it will take you to the album on Apple Music. In order to buy the album from the iTunes store instead (where you don’t need to subscribe to Apple Music), just scroll to the bottom and you’ll see a link that says “Also available in the iTunes Store.” THAT is what you need to click to be taken to the album on the iTunes store. See? Complicated.