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Ralph Murphy Lecture - How to be Successful at Songwriting
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Ralph Murphy talks to Loyola University Students about what it takes to write a successful song.

Duration : 1:48:46




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4 Comments for 'Ralph Murphy Lecture - How to be Successful at Songwriting'

  1.  
    M Wall
    September 25, 2013 | 7:49 am
     

    I think it is good …
    I think it is good to know all the different views possible on songwriting. But at around 37:00 minutes, there is a mention of abberation in the pattern of “hits”. Most of the music I like does not consist of “hits”. Most would be considered abberations. Most, if not all, would be at 10:00 PM. There are so many niche markets. I like 10:00 PM so far…

  2.  
    The Cracks Tracks
    September 25, 2013 | 7:49 am
     

    I hate everything …
    I hate everything this guy stands for and is saying but I know he is telling the truth and that’s why I love his lectures and video interviews, etc. I know I don’t have the energy or time to move to Nashville but I do believe my songwriting has improved by following this man’s advice. And you don’t have to try to be a “7 a.m.” writer, he even says that. I know I am a “10 p.m.” writer, but again, I believe my songs have improved since I began listening to this guy. Good stuff.

  3.  
    Jerry Craine
    September 25, 2013 | 7:50 am
     

    This is instruction …
    This is instruction to make cheap cliche cookie cutter bullshit corporate radio songs. Sorry no thanks. Best way to write a song is simple…honesty

  4.  
    Rumour49
    September 25, 2013 | 7:50 am
     

    Soif you are a …
    Soif you are a singer and technically great,you are not a singer?but be released as a so called artist that can’t sing,and fame makes them a singer ? Bullshit,if you write songs ,you are a songwriter,signed or not

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