Little surprise, then, that she feels no pressure to produce new material. “It’s like, does it really matter at this point?” she says when asked if she is working on a follow-up to her last solo album, 2001’s Trouble In Shangri-La. “Do people really want to hear a whole other solo record, when you can get one or two songs for I-Tunes? I’m thinking about a way you could just put out a few songs once in a while, maybe four songs that you loved, instead of having to figure out 16 songs, many of which you might not love.”
Fascinating bit from Stevie on how artists might produce future songs — bypasses “Big Music” for the fans.