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9 May 2010 05:01 | Quote
Joined: 27 Apr 2010
1. What's your favorite artists/bands or favorite songs, and why?:)
2. Are there any books, ebooks or whatever who has helped you through your journey of songwriting?
9 May 2010 09:18 | Quote
Joined: 10 Feb 2008
United States
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1970-1982 ozzy-war pigs, mr.crowley, tonight, you cant kill rock n roll (basicly all the albums till randy died)
skynyrd-t for texas, call me the breeze, i know a little, trust,comn home (basically all their albums up till the crash)
pink floyd-dark side of the moon (the whole album), the wall (whole album), wish you were here (whole album)
grateful dead-love all their stuff... maybe uncle johns cabin, fire on the mountain
crosby stills and nash-whole first and second album
boston-whole first and second album
the who-all the standards uk..

no i never use books and stuff...
9 May 2010 16:00 | Quote
Joined: 21 Sep 2009
Lessons: 1
Karma: 2
well, this is constantly changing, right now im really diggin dan mangan and his album 'postcards and daydreams' nice folk vibe, i really dig his work with Shane Koyczan(spoken word artist)

but i never have used books to help me with songwriting. I write about things i've experienced(mainly the more depressing things.) I tend to write deep sad music.
9 May 2010 18:50 | Quote
Joined: 22 Apr 2010
Karma: 11
Led Zeppelin, but everyone could have guessed that. just their style of music and great combo of musicians in the band, they all compliment eachother. like a guitar and its guitar strap. haha.
9 May 2010 19:02 | Quote
Joined: 20 Sep 2009
United States
Karma: 8
Tom Morello, EVH, Hendrix. Why? Pure awesomeness.

What helped me through my songwriting journey? A whammybar, multi-effect pedal (and some random stompboxes), and the people on this site.
But, "This is only the beginning." Still alot to learn and experience though.
9 May 2010 19:07 | Quote
Joined: 10 Feb 2008
United States
Lessons: 1
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Karma: 31
im really not crazy about tom morello. i think the "skill" he obtains could be done by a 3 year old tottler... to my knowledge he does a lot of pick slides harmonics with a lot of effects and stuff... but i dont listen to a lot of his stuff...

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