NBC: Musicians embrace Blu-ray format
Wed May 7 13:17:47 EDT 2008
Yeah, but ya gotta pick a format and jump in sometime or just watch it
all go by. That said, I don't own a Blu-ray player. And of course this
will eventually be replaced by downloads or online subscriptions.
I do find it interesting that artists are releasing their entire
catalogs a chunk at a time on large format rather than doling them out
in "Greatest hits" and "Best of" collections.
Patrick Morris wrote:
> All well and good till the next leap ahead -- I'm looking at a box of beta max tapes, which is next my 8 track player, which is under the shelf for my quadraphonic system! I always get worried when everyone seems to all one format as the next "great" answer. The keys to kingdom often residing with just one corporate entity as well.
> Just a thought
> Walter Potter <maxdog-blues-l@COMCAST.NET> wrote:
> SAN FRANCISCO, California (AP) -- Rocker Neil Young plans to release
> his entire music archive on Blu-ray discs, a sign that the discs'
> capabilities are building appeal among musicians as well as movie studios.
Keep on keepin' on ...
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