The Songwriters Idea Book
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Sheila Davis has long been a respected writer and teacher of songwriting skills. The Craft of Lyric Writing is in use on the University level, and has been required reading for years. In it, she analyzes the lyrics of skilled professionals like Don Henley, Jimmy Webb, Stephen Sondheim and many others.
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The Songwriter's Idea Book
Starting with the basic principles and running through the various song forms, before digging into the technique and tools of wordplay, each of the 24 chapters are forensic in their detail but manage to remain easily readable. Unsurprisingly, the likes of Oxford, Chambers and Merriam-Webster all offer some sort of rhyming dictionary, but regardless of the publisher this continues to be an indispensable reference companion for poets, lyricists and songwriters alike.
The industry has gone through some huge changes since this guide was first published in , but for many singers, songwriters and musicians the business side of music is just as mysterious and unfathomable as it has ever been. You might well know how a dream of scrambled eggs went on to become Yesterday , but this authoritative tome also goes into detail about every other song recorded by The Fab Four.
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This book has been a staple for songwriters since its release in , and for good reason. By bringing together expertise, examples and exercises, this author has created one of the best practical aids out there. By simply presenting a collection of in-depth interviews with a wide range of songwriters, all talking about their art and craft, this book was undoubtedly the inspiration for Songwriting Magazine. Having been expanded for the fourth time in , the latest edition is a weighty tome that now includes conversations with the likes of Alanis Morrisette, Lenny Kravitz and Lou Reed.
Jim Webb's Tunesmith was great, but Zollo's two anthologies are essential. Worth their weight and price!! Paul Zollo's Songwriting for Songwriters is a joy.