Today, I went back into iTunes, and I was able to complete the download, and burn the CD.
What happened after the CD burn has puzzled me. I wanted to print a CD cover. iTunes' are pretty neat, and the only way to print a cover. If anything goes wrong, there is no way to copy and paste. I selected to print the cover, and the printer dialog came up,...and nothing happened. I went to check the printing schedule, and, it said that I had one job, of an unbelievable 28.6 MB in size. I, never took a look at the size of an iTunes cover, but the one I was getting was huge. I tried to restart the printer, as suggested, with no success. I tried to delete the print job, and it would not do it. I tried to restart the computer, and it came up with a warning saying that some new software or hardware had to be removed for security's sake. Nothing new has been added for at least a week, so I must assume that something including the album cover and/or its printing must have been dangerous.
After this, and two hours of restart/shutdown attempts produced nothing. Even my antivirus froze up.
Finally, I was able to shut down the computer, and left it alone for a couple of hours.
Everything seems to be ok, at the present, and I was able to print the album cover from emusic, using a simple copy/paste, and no purchase. The size of the cover was less than 100 Kb.
Apparently, I was able to lose the iTunes monstrosity, but, has anyone have had a similar experience?