Apple Report: Music, Up Close and Personal

Amanda Palmer, of the Boston-based band Dresden Dolls, joins Jeff and Ricky for a discussion on all corners of the music industry. Among the topics: the iTunes Store, Web 2.0, and the role of technology in making art.

Apple Report: Music, Up Close and Personal

Apr. 20, 2007 — Download: MP3 Version (AAC Version Coming Soon)

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This week's Apple Report is a special one: Amanda Palmer, of the Boston-based band Dresden Dolls, joins Jeff and Ricky for a discussion on all corners of the music industry. What's the impact of the iTunes Store? What's the role of Web 2.0? How does technology play a role in making the art? Get answers straight from a modern music pro.

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