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jesus of suburbia wrote:
1 how would i go about recording
2 what if one of the top 40 uk charts was a cover as mcfly a crap band did a cover of dont stop me now a good song by a good band
Tell your young writers: if they are music writers, if they are trying to be a composer, let them take the great lyrics, let them take â€œAll The Things You Areâ€ by Jerome Kern and write his own melody to those lyrics.
On the other hand, if you're a lyric writer, take Jerome Kern's â€œAll The Things You Areâ€ and write your lyrics. So then you're writing with Jerome Kern, aren't you?
Nick wrote:Given circumstances are what you learn about your character from reading the play. Where are they coming from? Where are they going to? Are they married? For how long? Happily? The more of this stuff you can fill in for your character, the more realistic they will be.
Nick wrote:First, one of the most important things about writing your own stuff, is that it's real to you. The listener will know. The feelings or emotion you put into a song need to be based solidly in your own experience.
Nick wrote:All of these evoked feelings or a reaction and gave you a starting point. By reacting, instead of acting on the need to write a song, you probably had an easier time of writing than you would staring at a blank piece of paper. Did you? Let me know.
Nick wrote:So let's stick to any song, cover or not, that got decent airplay in the past five years.
Nick wrote:Haha....I was going to post something about this week being impossible for you Vic.
I think you should have a drink or two and rewrite a Katy Perry song.
Nick wrote:I don't want to do classic rock, unless it's a recent cover with airplay.
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