Former Yes Singer Jon Anderson Believes Music Should Be Cheaper (Week In Review)
Anderson tells Prog's Mark Blake: "I've always thought that music should be for everybody. I remember when the whole thing started with downloads, and people talking about paying for this and not paying for that. I always thought music should be cheaper."
Even before the internet era, he felt CD prices were too high. "I used to say they should be two dollars each, and in the bargain bin at Woolworths, so we could reach more people," he recalls.
That always drew ire from then-manager Brian Lane. "Brian used to go crazy - 'No, Jon, never ever say that! Don't you ever dare say that!'" Read more - here.
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