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A robot that receives voice commands to play albums from your MP3 collection

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*** NOTE: This is an alpha product. It's not quite to the
point of playing music yet, which should happen in 0.2.0.***

When MusicButler has been told what albums you own, a spoken
conversation with it might go like this:

* "Jimmy, what albums do I have?"
* "Here are 3 out of your 58 albums: In Rainbows by Radiohead,
Deja Vu by Crosby Stills Nash and Young, and Atlanta
by Alison Krauss."
* "Jimmy, what Radiohead albums do I have?"
* "You have 2 albums by Radiohead: In Rainbows, and OK Computer."
* "Jimmy, play me some Alison Krauss."
* "Playing New Favorite by Alison Krauss."

Uses the 'speech' module -- see that on pypi for prerequisites.

Please let me know if you like or use this module - it would make
my day!

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