Google incorporated music into its search results in the United States from Wednesday which include clips from partners like MySpace, Lala, Pandora, iMeem, and Rhapsody. Users looking for artists, songs or albums by name will receive links to audio previews and options to purchase tracks or albums from Google’s music search partners MySpace and Lala.
Users can also locate songs by lyrics, if the full titles are not known. Lyric data will be provided by Gracenote. The music features will not be available to users elsewhere in the world. But Google is open to talking with possible overseas partners, said Marissa Mayer, vice president of search product and user experience at Google.