Tuesday, June 21, 2005

 
How To Write A Good Song

Today Pete Dello explains how to write a good song. Young musicians might want to pay special attention to the last line, an often overlooked factor.

The album this is on, Into Your Ears from 1971, has been reissued again recently with ten bonus tracks (on Hanky Panky, ltd. edition). The album as a whole is similar to (though generally less gimmicky than) the song I've posted. Think the folkier side of the late Beatles, with vocals that fall somewhere between Ringo Starr and Ray Davies' "drunk" voice. I haven't googled myself to death, but it looks like US fans would be best off ordering this via eBay if your local record shop doesn't have it.

A Good Song by Pete Dello



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