I now remember why I was disappointed with Prime Music several years ago. Live LP's, many concept LP's, and a variety of other LP's are recorded with no interruption or "gapless". There is a reason and an intention for this yet Amazon can't grasp why subscribers/listeners desire it. I have seen several posts calling out Amazon to fix it but as of today (July 11, 2019) them requests are still falling on deaf ears. I have not purchased any digital music from Amazon and probably never will for fear the same qualities exist with downloads. I consistently stand up for Amazon and use terms like "cutting edge" and innovation" when trying to get others to jump in and get Prime. That stopped today. Has your Continuous Improvement team been on vacation for the last several years? I will use the $.99/four month special but after that... it's back to Spotify. Come on Amazon... get with the program!
Which device are you using with Amazon Music? If it's Android - the latest version of the app supports gapless playback for any albums that have been recorded by the artist as gapless albums.
If you're using a different device, we're regularly working on improvements and your feedback helps us improve your Amazon Music experience. I'll share your comments with the Amazon Music development team
@Yask: If i understand your post correctly you do not want gaps between tracks for digital albums.
I further understand that you believe AMAZON to be responsible for going through every album of their music catalog and removing gaps on purpose.
I find it hard to believe that Amazon would actually remove gaps, it would seem to be a costly and somewhat pointless task. Have you confirmation from Amazon that they get permission from every music publisher and do this?
I must admit that most of my music / digital content is either voice or very early music and I don't honestly recall noticing gaps or their absence :(