Who loves Indian films and Indian film music? To me, as to most of the world, this exuberant, colorful, romantic and just-plain-fun genre is summed up in one word: Bollywood. There's an Asian market near her home that offers a cornucopia of them.

Even better, some of the newest audio capture software incorporates something called an mp3 splitter.Most of the Web sites I found offered Log Splitter Manufacturers song samples, meaning 30-second or 1-minute snippets. The Bollywood well is so deep that I have to confine myself to watching those few of its productions that bubble up to catch the attention of American movie reviewers. Pretty soon she has enough Bollywood Mp3s to shuffle through for the rest of the week, and she's almost guaranteed to find two or three that will spur her to make a trip to the CD bin down at the Asian store.

I confess that I've become taken with Bollywood as well, though not to the same extent as my niece, who owns a number of Indian movies and regularly rents others. But she has the same problem choosing CDs to buy that I do deciding which Bollywood movie may be worth my time.

My niece also collects CDs of Bollywood Music.First, I searched for Indian music Web sites, and specifically for those devoted to Bollywood, or at least modern popular music (as opposed, say, to classical Indian ragas). Voila -- we had the second half of our solution.

Between the audio streams and splitter/recording software, we created our own virtual Bollywood mp3 download sites. Some had full audio streams that allowed the visitor to listen to continuous Bollywood music for as long as she or he might want. New software, though, makes it possible to record the stream to your hard drive for Black Diamond Log Splitter replaying as often as you like. I found several good ones, with names such as Bollywood World and India FM.