#1
The Craft & Business of Songwriting - John braheny
Tunesmith: Inside The Art Of Songwriting - Jimmy Webb


can anyone comment on those? like are they good?
also can you recommend other ones if theyre better than those
#2
theres a songwriting forum, go away.
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I have no opinion on this matter.
#3
No. No I have not. Would you like me too so you can relate to someone?
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#4
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theres a songwriting forum, go away.

Ya i just realized that sry
#5
Shocking. Two rude answers to a guy who has only been here a month.

Here: https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=7

EDIT oh good, you found it. welcome
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#7
Yes.

But i read them in a past life, so i cannot comment on them..


..ok I will..

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#8
they're good if you want to write formulaic pop songs.

you'd be better off with he complete idiots guide to music theory and the complete idiots guide to composing and arranging.
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#9
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Well he needed to learn about the real ug sometime.

so....real UG consis of dick wads like you?
or what.....
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so....real UG consis of dick wads like you?
or what.....


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