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But I can't remember who is in my CD player now.
I consider a CD or a comedy collection as a record of what I've been doing, and I try to wrap it up and start new material.
I'm not going to put out a Christmas CD until it's coming out of me naturally.
The packaging has to really sell the product today, because kids can go out and buy a CD and then 10 kids can burn them. So you have to really be on your toes.
Today, if you were to look at my CD collection, it might scare some people.
What I love the most is getting on the ice and just popping in a fabulous CD and skating - all by myself, the rink completely empty, just me and the music.
I look forward to putting out the new CD and doing the television performances to show everyone that B. Brown is back. In fact, I never left.
I'm planning a different show, though for obvious reasons some of the material will be the same, and of course I will perform material from the new CD.
My dad has a huge vinyl collection downstairs, but I was never too interested. The only CD I had was by Adam Sandler.
I started collecting baseball cards and basketball cards when I was younger. I have a CD collection that turned into a DVD collection, and I have a Jordan shoe collection. And I don't drink, but I have a wine collection. I just started a sweatshirt collection. Every city that I'm in, I buy a sweatshirt. It's just something that I do.
Every American college student goes to college with a hard drive. They take their laptop. There's not a CD player in sight.
Technically speaking, there is no music whatsoever on a CD. Lots of information, but no music.
It's important for country fans to know that I'm not just trying to come in and take their money for a CD.
I'm working toward a CD that will have all of you dancing like crazy.
My whole career began because I was always putting my music on the Internet. By the time I had my first tour, I had an audience everywhere I went, because people were listening online. I started with a website, Jasonmraz.com, pre-YouTube. You could e-mail me directly, and I would send you a CD.
You can't take up all the music bins at a CD retail outlet with Spice Girls CDs and leave nothing for the Joan Jett catalogue.
Well, I was in the generation of CDs, so when I moved to L.A., I think I probably brought my Shania Twain 'Come on Over' CD and that's about it.
I did 'The Frank Skinner Show,' and they gave me a little jukebox-shaped CD player, which looks nice in the kitchen.
I am not a huge follower of music and tend to like one CD and play it to death, usually when I am washing up.
I didn't record any additional dialogue for this CD, they are excerpts pulled from existing episodes.
It's a holistic process for me during a show. I'm always focusing on the technical aspects of my voice. I try to make my voice do what I want. One big thing I do to improve on each show is to listen back to performances on CD while on tour.
The CD, it should be noted, was born out of greed. It was devised to prop up record sales on the expectation of people replenishing their record collections with CDs of albums they had already purchased.
I want to release another CD this year, finish writing a screenplay, and make another short film.
I've thought about doing it as soon as it is possible with this new CD getting some wings and getting out there. I don't know how soon that will be.
There's a lot about records that you cannot feel from a CD.
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