That’s my perfect price for a full-album download. It’s unscientific, of course, and depending on the circumstances I might be willing to pay as much as 4.99 or 5.99, but that’s the edge of what I think your average 12-song record is worth nowadays, free of its packaging, liner notes and disc media.
Here’s some of this week’s craps:
Love Story: On Pitchfork.tv, for one week only, you can view this documentary on Love and Arthur Lee. For free. My introduction to Love came through the High Fidelity Soundtrack which featured “Always See Your Face,” now one of my favorite songs ever and a personal mix tape [...]
I’ve been an eMusic subscriber since 2001, and it’s been my favorite place to get digital music ever since. What’s not to like? They’ve had DRM-free downloads from the beginning, I can download songs for as little as 25 cents, and they’ve got a huge library of independent music (4 million songs).