So you are searching for free, non-restricted music on Jamendo. If you look at the “Advanced search” options, you will notice that default dropdown list allows to choose “Attribution” and “Attribution-ShareAlike” licenses separately.
But in general case I want both (and I want to avoid the NonCommercial / NonDerivatives ones). Of course you can run separate searches, but this is not comfortable. Luckily, there is a trick:
- Write your search keywords and choose “Attribution – ShareAlike” license in the advanced options. Hit the search button to show the results.
- Look at the URL entry in your browser. You will see it contains the string like “qs=fq=license_cc:(sa AND -nd AND -nc)”. Replace it with the following: “qs=fq=license_cc:(-nd AND -nc)”. Hit Enter.
- Voila! The results of your search will include both “Attribution” and “Attribution-ShareAlike” licenses.
UPDATE: Actually, there is a nice online tool that does exactly as described in article, but for many other services – http://search.creativecommons.org/.