"Nothing dirty or gross, please."

Music On the subject of My So-Called Life, or at least the soundtrack, Juliana Hatfield is attempting the patron model for recording music, producing personalised songs with a $1000 price tag, which will be heard just by the people who request them:
"... tell me what you would like me to put in the song — your name, your hobbies, your thoughts, your problems, your loves, your favorite things, your job — tell me something about yourself so I can create a song around a version of you that I can absorb from what you tell me. Nothing dirty or gross, please. I don’t want you to send me a long book but rather some impression -s- and your name — to give me something to work with. I will work on a first-come, first-served basis. Please give me three months (starting when payment is made and personal details have been sent) to complete the writing and recording and delivery (by mail) of the song."
I expect this will be something we'll be seeing (and hearing) more of.

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