In an effort to make searching for and buying songs easier,
This doesn't just work with song names either. You'll be able to search for artist names in order to check out their most popular music and even snatches of lyrics from songs you don't have any other information for. Of course, the accuracy of the results will be limited by the size of Lala and MySpace's catalogues, but you should be able to get the right result most of the time.
Furthermore, links to music discovery services like imeem, Pandora, and Rhapsody embedded in the search results will also allow you to jump directly to those sites and find more music similar to the song you searched for. And, of course, as is Google's wont, all of these features are completely free for everyone to use (except, you know, the part where you actually purchase the songs).
That said, I haven't been able to get said features to work yet, so maybe they haven't been enabled yet or are being rolled out gradually. Whatever the case, you should soon be able to get all your music-related needs serviced by that little search box in the top-right corner of your web browser. And that, my dear friends, sounds like really good news to me.
This story, "Google Launches Music Search" was originally published by Macworld.