Why ‘A a a a a Very Good Song’ is becoming an iTunes hit
Posted on: 11 août 2017, by : Stuart Dredge

A track called ‘Why ‘A a a a a Very Good Song’ is 10 minutes of silence. Not in a John Cage conceptual way, but for purely practical purposes.
Samir Rezhami created the track in response to a bug (or feature!) that sees iPhones start playing a user’s music library in alphabetical order when the device gets plugged in to their car stereo.
Rezhami’s track, which is guaranteed to be the first song in line in this situation, provides a period of silence during which drivers can cue up the music they actually want to listen to.
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