An entertaining look at the craft of songwriting, in the words
of songwriters themselves: a collection of anecdotes and quotations
from well-known songwriters, past and present, on their influences,
work habits, and how they came to write particular songs now
ingrained in the popular psyche. The book forms an effective oral
history, featuring songwriters from Irving Berlin and Noel Coward
to Bob Dylan and Joni Mitchell; from Stephen Foster and Hank
Williams to R.E.M., Nirvana, and the Smashing Pumpkins. It's a book
to be enjoyed by songwriters and music fans alike.
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