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September 7th, 2009 02:18 am
Dithering: Jonny Greenwood: Sasha Frere-Jones : The New Yorker

SFJ: What are your favorite and least favorite aspects of the MP3 age?

JG: The downside is that people are encouraged to own far more music than they can ever give their full attention to. People will have MP3s of every Miles Davis’ record but never think of hearing any of them twice in a row—there’s just too much to get through. You’re thinking, “I’ve got ‘Sketches of Spain and ‘Bitches Brew’—let’s zip through those while I’m finishing that e-mail.” That abundance can push any music into background music, furniture music.

This is very true. And I'm fairly certain I have every Miles Davis record on my laptop.

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