|There is a short
and somewhat peculiar interview
with Björk over at SFgate.com. Among other things,
she talks about the recent collection of DVD's that have been & are being
I've had so many complaints over the last 10 years of really angry fans who
don't understand why they're forced to buy all the bad- quality bootlegs and
why I don't take time out and listen to the stuff. So I sat down and said
it's time not to be selfish anymore, I've got to think about these fans. And
I sat down and listened to this stuff and when I put it out, they're all angry
because they have to buy it.
I don't think most people can afford to buy all this stuff unless they are
dentists or have doctorates or something.
But nobody is forced to buy anything. Even my most favorite, favorite musicians,
I don't own everything they've done. It's just there if people want it. I
don't think people would feel obliged that they have to buy it.
I would feel lame if I called myself a Bjork fan and didn't buy everything.
No. It's just now they have a choice. If they want live stuff by me, they
can pick between bootlegs or the stuff I've chosen, which have better sound
recordings. But they're not forced to buy it. They actually have a choice.
The freedom of choice, right?
check out the page
over at SFgate.com