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McCartney: A Life in Lyrics

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McCartney: A Life in Lyrics offers listeners the opportunity to sit in on conversations between Paul McCartney and poet Paul Muldoon dissecting the people, experiences, and art that inspired McCartney’s songwriting. These conversations were held during the past several years as the two collaborated on the award winning book, “The Lyrics: 1965 to Present.” Over two seasons and 24 episodes of “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics”, you’ll hear a combination master class, memoir, and improvised journey ...
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Welcome to an hour of LISTENING LYRICS. Right here on KDRT 95.7FM in Davis, California. Listening Lyrics is a genre free zone - we feature the artist. What makes them do their thing. Listen to the hope and satisfaction in their voices. Listen to what only commercial free community radio can bring you. Close your eyes - open your ears - relax your mind. Join host Pieter Pastoor as he sends color to your ears. Now lets enter, the mother of all that is music and lyrics and the human capability ...
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Join Shawna Potter as she takes a deep dive into the lyrics and politics of her band War On Women and other artists you love. She'll chat with bandmates, interview experts and activists on relevant social justice issues, and share the inspirations and stories behind the songs. This pod is for fans of the band, as well as folks interested in feminism, politics, punk, music composition, writing, and more. Premiered December 9, 2020. Find all episode transcripts and important links here: https: ...
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A series of unfair and wildly speculative investigations, critiques and interpretations - exposing the hidden meanings and agendas of overplayed smoooth radio pop songs. You may never hear them the same way again. Featured in "Top 10 Pop Podcasts on the Planet” at feedspot.com Regular segments: Internet Theories, Misheard Lyrics, Listener Comments, and more. Visit https://speakpipe.com/lyrics to record us your own voicemail hot-take on your smooth pop song of suckiness and you could be on a ...
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Let's learn songwriting! Learn to write impactful and meaningful songs by writing great melodies, lyrics that move your listeners, and arrangements and chord progressions that evoke the right emotions.Do you want to write emotional and powerful melodies? Learn to write incredible melodies, regardless of your musical background.Do you wish you could write incredible lyrics that move your listeners? Learn how to write great lyrics that are worthy of being framed and hung up on your wall.Want t ...
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Miss Heard Song Lyrics is a podcast lovingly dedicated to all of us who have ever sung along to our favorite jam with such conviction not realizing we are totally singing the wrong words. Hosted by me Miss Heard (aka Melody), I will share famous songs that have been sung incorrectly through the years and have guests from time to time stop by to share their cringe worthy song moments proudly on this podcast. And if we are lucky, have songwriters share their inspiration and backstory of these ...
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Lyrics Of Their Life is a Music Biography and Documentary style podcast that explores the extraordinary lives, lived by those that wrote or performed the songs we know & love. Come on a journey with your host Adam Hampton as we take an in depth look through these musicians lives from their birth to the current day, or in some cases their death. Here you'll find complete biographies on legendary musicians such as Freddie Mercury, Stevie Nicks, Kurt Cobain, AC/DC, Prince, Tracy Chapman & Slash ...
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8x Author, Writer, proud Brooklynite and music lover Ayana "Yaya" Ellis talks about Life and Relationships using your favorite songs as the topic. It's like a Therapy Session Set to Music! IG: Behindthelyricspodcast
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Chatting Lyrics ain't your average podcast – it's like kicking back with music-loving buddies, breaking down the stories and vibes behind your favorite tunes. No fancy jargon, just real talk on the tales that make our playlists sing. Dive in for a laid-back, lyric-filled journey that's all about the love for good music. More on: https://gbwhatsapp-pro.com/
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Welcome to Hip-Hop's motivational podcast. Lyrics & Lattes is a self development podcast that uses Hip-Hop Lyrics as the foundation to encourage and motivate you to reach your full potential. Join host Jason R.L Wallace as he sips the newest brew while extracting life lessons, wisdom, and self-development tips from your favorite hip-hop songs. Whether you’re looking for a light morning mental boost or a deeper dive into personal growth, Lyrics and Lattes has you covered. LyricsAndLattes.com ...
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Lyrics and Melody

Lyrics and Melody with Kenji Bolden

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Welcome to Lyrics and Melody! In each episode you will find an interview with musicians from various genres and backgrounds. Some are singers, instrumentalists, composers, or historians but no matter what it's about the lyrics and melodies. Please join Kenji Bolden weekly as he talks with musicians across the county. Kenji Bolden is a church music director, singer, songwriter, and pianist. He is currently working on his sophomore recording project, All Grown Up. Please visit https://www.face ...
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Ever wonder how to outline your lyrics and write about something meaningful to you in a way that other people get it? The LyricMastery Podcast is all about helping you look BEYOND lyric structure and form AND focus on what's important: your lyric's MESSAGE and how to deliver it........ I believe songs have the power to change lives. So give your lyrics the power to make an impact. In this podcast, you get amazing tools on how to craft, write, and revise your lyrics without hitting writer's b ...
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An exploration of the history behind some great songs, artists, and bands as well as what their lyrics "might" mean. I will also take time to tell some stories and discuss how these songs have affected me personally, added to my experiences, and shaped the person I have become. Really just a discussion of how a love of music can make your life better and how some great songs came to be in the first place! Cover art photo provided by Matt Botsford on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@mattbotsford
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"Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram" ek aisa bhajan jo ki hum sab apne bachpan se hi sunte aa rahe hain. Ek aisa bhajan jo shri Ram ji ki mahima aur pooja ko samarpit hai. Iss bhajan mein bhagwan ke vibhinn naamon ke baare mein bataya gaya hai, aur unke mahima ka gungaan kiya gaya hai. Toh abhi shuru kariye sunana ye powerful bhajan aur paiye har prakar ke dukh aur pareshaniyon se mukti sirf "AudioPitara" par. Audio Credits : - Singer : Ishita Gadariya Music : VSN Tiwari Recored by : Nikul Sabalpara ...
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Beauty Lyrics

Tamara Weatherspoon

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Hey y’all!! LOL Listen!! These topics that’s about to come at you are going to be so lit! Don’t miss it! I’m going to help, encourage, give advice, step on some toes, and everything else!! Just stick with it! Talk to y’all later! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/tamara-weatherspoon/support
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Rap Lyrics For Class is a podcast discussion between rapper/teacher Kameelah Waheed and a special guest who will analyze one song per episode. Guests include artists and educators who love hip hop and have insightful commentary on how to interpret the lyrics of rap music. The goal of Rap Lyrics For Class is to provide excellent thought-provoking lyrics for students and teachers who want to liven up the class with music that can inspire a spirited discussion and lead to analysis of various to ...
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First published in 1919 under his pseudonym Clive Hamilton, Spirits in Bondage, is also the first published book by the notorious novelist C.S. Lewis. This early piece of work represents Lewis’ youth, as it was written at a time when the author had just returned from his military service in the First World War. In addition it differentiates itself from his other works, not just in terms of style, but also in themes due to his agnostic stand at the time. Written in the form of poetry, the pie ...
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Miss Heard celebrates Season 5, Episode 241 with Noah Kahan’s hit “Stick Season.” His mainstream commercial breakthrough through social media led to his nomination in 2023 for the Grammy Award for Best New Artist. You can listen to all our episodes at our website at: https://pod.co/miss-heard-song-lyrics Or iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and many more p…
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“Michelle” from 1965’s Rubber Soul started as a kind of light-hearted party piece. But in McCartney’s quest to turn it into a legitimate Beatles song, he went on a bit of a journey to sound not only like a believable French chanteur but also to expand his approach to bass playing, taking inspiration from Motown’s James Jamerson. “McCartney: A Life …
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A captivating musical journey of empowerment, self-determination, and the pursuit of lifelong dreams, Country artist Amanda Keeles unveils her invigorating debut album, “Can’t Stop Me Now!“. Her rich, ribbon-like vocals come straight from her soul, sharing deeply personal narratives drawn from a songbook overflowing with a lifetime of compositions.…
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Content Warning: sexual assault, child abuse, addiction, racism, and other heavy themes are discussed. Host Shawna Potter talks to Clementine Morrigan and Jay Lesoleil, the hosts of Fucking Cancelled (two L’s because they’re Canadian), a podcast that examines all things related to cancel culture in lefty/progressive circles. In this episode, Shawna…
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►► Download the 20 Ways To Start Writing A Song Cheat Sheet here: http://songwritertheory.com/freeguide/ In this bonus episode of the Songwriter Theory Podcast, we're talking about your biggest songwriting struggles. We're going to talk through and attempt to give the solution or some advice as to how to get past the struggles you're having in your…
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On episode 183 of the Press Rewind – Prince Lyrics Podcast, Sheila E.’s breakthrough hit, “The Glamorous Life,” gets the royal treatment. Karen Shedrick joins me to chat about how lingerie store hook-ups work on Prince’s version from the Originals project. Check out the Press Rewind discord at discord.gg/f8Ueuym and join us in discussing all things…
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Play along at home with the lyrics: [Introduction]I like small speakersI like tall speakersIf they've music they're wired for sound[Verse 1]Walking about with a head full of musicCassette in my pocket and I'm gonna use itStereoOut on the street, you knowOhohohohohohoho, oho[Verse 2]Into the car, go to work and I'm cruisingI never think that I'll bl…
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Miss Heard celebrates Season 5, Episode 240 with the beautiful Faith Hill and her late 90’s crossover hit “This Kiss”. You will learn on how she was discovered and how not getting a job as Reba McEntire’s backup singer, may have saved her life. You can listen to all our episodes at our website at: https://pod.co/miss-heard-song-lyrics Or iTunes, St…
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This episode deals with themes and events surrounding the Northern Ireland conflict. As such, this episode may be traumatic or emotional for some listeners. Paul McCartney doesn’t view himself as a writer of protest songs. But the events of Bloody Sunday sufficiently moved him to use his voice. Rush released as Wings first single in 1972, “Give Ire…
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Nelson Little is a celebrated storyteller from Portage La Prairie, Manitoba, who brought home his third award from the Manitoba Country Music Awards this winter for “Best Roots Artist”, and has also received an Aboriginal People’s Choice Award. Little has opened for Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame inductee Charlie Major, The Sheepdogs, and Fred…
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This week, we take a look at the making of Billie Eilish’s Oscar-winning “What Was I Made For?” AKA “Barbie’s heart song” — commissioned by Greta Gerwig for the billion dollar blockbuster that takes aim at patriarchy, glass ceilings, and unattainable beauty standards…? Sublime! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lyric…
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Miss Heard celebrates Season 5, Episode 239 with Beyonce’s “Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It) and why it’s iconic black and white video is connected to Bob Fosse choreography from 1969. You can listen to all our episodes at our website at: https://pod.co/miss-heard-song-lyrics Or iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and many more platforms under Podcast name “…
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The breadth of Paul McCartney’s influences is astounding. One of the many surprising places McCartney found inspiration was in the music of his parent’s generation. For 1966's “Here, There and Everywhere”, he found himself looking to write something akin to Fred Astaire’s 1935 classic “Cheek to Cheek.” In the process, McCartney wrote what might be …
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Over the last few years, Alex Bird & Ewen Farncombe have become two of the biggest names on the Canadian Jazz scene. With praise from around the globe, this talented team has created timeless and heartfelt originals for a modern audience. They have produced something that is completely unique; three original albums in three years. ……
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Jacob Johnson and Henry Humphrey of Cowboys After Dark share their thoughts on how music is a language that is universally understood. These two gifted musicians can also articulate what they mean using the common language we know as English. Jacob and Henry treated us by playing a couple of songs live on the air. Jacob allowed Listening Lyrics to …
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Miss Heard celebrates Season 5, Episode 238 with R.E.M.” hit “Losing My Religion.” You will learn about all their political activism, what this song is really about, and how their music video did at the 1991 MTV Video Music Awards. You can listen to all our episodes at our website at: https://pod.co/miss-heard-song-lyrics Or iTunes, Stitcher, Spoti…
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In 1968 the longest song to ever reach number one on the Billboard charts was Paul McCartney’s epic “Hey Jude”—clocking in at seven minutes and twelve seconds. The song was written to soothe John Lennon’s son Julian amid his parent’s divorce. But as with all great works, it has come to mean something a little different to everyone who hears it. “Mc…
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Host Shawna Potter talks to SkyDxddy about her song, “7 Years.” They also discuss capital T Trauma, social media’s effect on victim blaming, asking for the help you need, deciding whether to throw bricks or start writing music. You’ll hear a cute little dog whimper, and lots of talk about sexual assault, and the mental health effects that can come …
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The Big Poppies keep transitioning themselves into an extremely talented and tight band. Members Max Van Dyke and Julian Dean, who occasionally perform as a duo, talk about both the band and themselves as a duo in this episode of Listening Lyrics. During the show they share a cut from an upcoming album. I was blown away by it. Listen for a glimpse …
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In December of 1967, before the release of their biggest hit in the United States, The Zombies called it quits. Seeing a money-making opportunity, two shady promoters from Michigan created not one, but two (!!!) imposter bands calling themselves The Zombies and put them on the road. This week, Aviv and Lindsay dive into the insane true story, and a…
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Miss Heard celebrates Season 5, Episode 237 with boy band 98 Degrees’ wedding song “I Do (Cherish You)”. So many connections to “Saved By the Bell”, Ally McBeal, Superbowl Doritos Commercial and a straight version of actor Sean Hayes of “Will and Grace” fame. You can listen to all our episodes at our website at: https://pod.co/miss-heard-song-lyric…
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Paul McCartney and John Lennon had a knack for finishing each other's songs. They collaborated by lending ideas for verses, choruses and middle eights many times over the course of their partnership. 1967’s “A Day in the Life” is one of the most prominent examples of McCartney and Lennon’s collaboration. What started as a Lennon song, once worked o…
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On episode 182 of the Press Rewind – Prince Lyrics Podcast, Richard Cole (richardcolemusic.com) returns to the show to talk about Prince’s version of the brilliant and memorable Jill Jones track, “Baby, You’re a Trip.” It’s an episode and a half, and we don’t care. Check out Richard’s podcasts on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/@amaricommunications…
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In the final part of the Luke Combs story we journey through Luke's life and career from mid 2019 to now as we take an in depth look at the albums What You See Is What You Get, Growin' Up and Gettin' Old. While Luke and Nicole tie the knot and welcome their 2 sons into the world all while juggling the touring life of being the hottest country star …
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Pop artist Andy Warhol famously quipped, "In the future everyone will be famous for fifteen minutes." This week, we meet the so-called Warhol Superstars — the gritty and glamorous entourage depicted in Lou Reed's "Walk on the Wild Side," the poetic and unlikely Top 40 breakthrough that gave voice to people outcasted from mainstream society and immo…
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►► Download the 4 Pillars of Music Theory For Songwriters Guide here: http://songwritertheory.com/musictheoryguide/ In this episode of the Songwriter Theory Podcast, we're talking about how I'd learn songwriting if I had to start over. After writing songs and continuing to learn for around 20 years, I'd certainly do things differently if I had the …
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Miss Heard celebrates Season 5, Episode 236 with Seals and Crofts hit “Diamond Girl”. So many connections to Glen Campbell, the song “Tequila” and their religious affiliation with the Baháʼí Faith You can listen to all our episodes at our website at: https://pod.co/miss-heard-song-lyrics Or iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and many more platforms under Po…
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From his earliest days as a songwriter, Paul McCartney was interested in love songs. But by the time of Wing’s 1976 album “At the Speed of Sound” McCartney had become tired of critics suggesting that was all he wrote. And so he wrote the album’s lead single, a defiant anthem about the importance of love in our lives, and named it “Silly Love Songs.…
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Built on emotion-stirring storytelling and unmistakable vocal harmonies accompanied by a century-old instrument, Burnstick, a JUNO nominated husband and wife Folk duo, are intent on creating affecting music that inspires listeners to feel. The Manitoba-based duo features Nadia and Jason Burnstick, esteemed independent artists who united over a deca…
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Caden Velasquez is one of the founders (and driving force) of the Davis Rave Company (DRC). He joined Listening Lyrics this week to introduce us to the organization and to look into the underlying goals of a rave concert. In the DRC's words: "Davis Rave Co. emerged from a rich culture of people who wanted to push the boundaries at the intersection …
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This week we’re hot on the trail of the bizarre conspiracy theory claiming Canadian pop-punkster Avril Lavigne was replaced by a body double shortly after the success of her first album, Let Go. Is there any merit to this mystery? Let’s just say it’s complicated. Join us this week as we go way down the rabbit hole on the aledged replacement of the …
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►► Download the 20 Ways To Start Writing A Song Cheat Sheet here: http://songwritertheory.com/freeguide/ In this bonus episode of the Songwriter Theory Podcast, we're continuing to respond to your biggest songwriting struggles. I asked you all what your #1 biggest songwriting struggle is, and you answered! And now I'm going through each of your res…
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Miss Heard celebrates Season 5, Episode 235 with A Flock of Seagull’s MTV hit “I Ran (So Far Away). You will learn how they got their band name, what the inspiration of this song was, and why there was so much aluminum foil in their music video set. You can listen to all our episodes at our website at: https://pod.co/miss-heard-song-lyrics Or iTune…
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“Drink to me, drink to my health” were among the last words spoken by the great Spanish artist Pablo Picasso. On somewhat of a lark, Dustin Hoffman challenged Paul McCartney to use those words to write a song – on the spot. McCartney indulged Hoffman and, without hesitation, an early version of “Picasso’s Last Words (Drink to Me)” poured out of him…
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Singer-songwriter, producer, and Song Studio maverick Allister Bradley joined us to talk us through song registrations (for Canadians). We talked about: Billy Joel’s new song and AI-driven video Turn the Lights Back On Collective Societies | Copyright Board of Canada (cb-cda.gc.ca) lists ALL the organizations responsible for collecting and distribu…
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On episode 181 of the Press Rewind – Prince Lyrics Podcast, Jerry Bonner and I dispel all rumors that the life of a gigolo isn’t a lonely one despite the sex, money, and adoration. We’re discussing Prince’s version of The Time’s classic, “Gigolos Get Lonely Too.” Check out the Press Rewind discord at discord.gg/f8Ueuym and join us in discussing all…
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It's not unusual for musicians' guitars to be lost or stolen. When the theft or loss involves a famous musician, it becomes "a story." That is what today's Listening Lyrics is about -- six lost-but-found guitars owned by Zakk Wylde, Peter Frampton, Jimmy Page, Joe Perry, Bill Corgan and Paul McCartney. Each has a fantastc journey.…
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What do the Avengers, The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Long-haired Men, and the Traveling Wilburys have in common? They're all part of our first ever Lyrics for Lunch trivia episode! Have fun, and may the odds be ever in your favor <3 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lyricsforlunch/support…
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Miss Heard celebrates Season 5, Episode 234 with Cyndi Lauper’s iconic song from the 80’s…”Girls Just Want To Have Fun.” This song and music video is not only considered a feminist anthem by many, it has racked up over 1.3 Billion views in YouTube since it’s upload back in 2009. There is also a connection with Dexy Midnight Runner’s hit “Come On Ei…
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The Beatles’ songbook became standard repertoire for artists to perform almost as quickly as they kicked off “the British invasion.” But one was covered more than all the rest: Yesterday. “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics” is a co-production between iHeart Media, MPL and Pushkin Industries. The series was produced by Pejk Malinovski and Sara McCrea; wri…
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Flavia Abadía is an international DJ, MC, singer, and songwriter based in Toronto, Canada. Colombian and French-Canadian, born in France, Flavia seamlessly blends an array of musical genres, ranging from Latin and Moombahton to Hip Hop, House, Vogue, and other global elements. With an impressive track record, Flavia’s original music has garnered ov…
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►► Download the 20 Ways To Start Writing A Song Cheat Sheet here: http://songwritertheory.com/freeguide/ In this episode of the Songwriter Theory Podcast, we're talking about another factor leading to or signpost indicating how good a song is. This time we're talking about honesty. A song doesn't have to be literally true, but it definitely should …
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Joel Daniel and special guest Alex Jordan discuss how an app like SonicMixer could be a game-changer in live music. Musicians (artists) are caught between streaming services and the corporatization of music venues. In this episode of Listening Lyrics, Joel discusses an app that works like Airbnb for house shows. It is extremely difficult for a star…
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This is the story of Luke Combs, a mediocre man with a guitar, riding the coattails of Tracy Chapman, a queer woman of color. Or is it? While the latter has 4 multi-platinum albums and 4 Grammys in her own right, she’s making headlines once again as the first Black woman to win a Country Music Association (CMA) award … prompting us to ask the quest…
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This week we were joined again by Chad Shank to talk about two of his favourite songs and why they should be studied. Chad Shank is a Songwriter, Music Producer, and Songwriting Teacher. Chad is the founder of At-Home Songwriting, a YouTube Channel and Songwriting Education Community. He is also a Lyric Instructor for Berklee ……
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Miss Heard celebrates Season 5, Episode 233 with Olivia Newton John and John Travolta’s duet from the movie Grease called “You’re the One That I Want.” You will learn this and another song weren’t from the original stage musical, however it’s the most used now with current musicals to date. You can listen to all our episodes at our website at: http…
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