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Songwriters Musepaper – Volume 10 Issue 6 – June 1995 – Interview: Josh Leo

Songwriters Musepaper – Volume 10 Issue 6 – June 1995 – Interview: Josh Leo

Songwriters Musepaper - Volume 10 Issue 6 - June 1995 - Interview: Josh Leo

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Songwriters Musepaper - Volume 10 Issue 6 - June 1995 - Interview: Josh Leo

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FEATURES

BILLS THREATEN SONGWRITERS’ INCOME…………………………………………….. 5

John Braheny urges you to act quickly on new bills in the House

that threaten our income.

INTERVIEW –

JOSH LEO……………………………………………………………………………………. 7

Janet Fisher catches major Nashville producer Josh Leo on the

West Coast producing Bryndle and gets his unique take on the

Nashville scene and how you need to play it as a writer or writer/artist

knocking on doors.

UPBEAT-

VANTAGE VANCOUVER: A REPORT FROM MUSIC WEST…………………………. 11

Our own travelling author, Dan Kirnpel, visits Canada’s fabled festival.

TOOLS OF THE TRADE –

MANIPULATING METER AND WHITE SPACE…………………………………………. 12

Creative accents give your lyrics definition. Master lyricist Bill Pere

explains it for you.

MUSICAL NOTES –

CHARACTER STUDIES……………………………………………………………………. 14

Harriet Schock shows us how to turn people-watching into song

lyrics via metaphor, long-shot and close-up.

LASS NEWS

MEMBER NEWS—NOTEWORTHY—MUSICAL CHAIRS……………………………….. 4

News about classes, biz events, where your favorite publishers

and A&R reps are this month, good stuff about our Members and Pickups.

WEEKLY SHOWCASE SCHEDULE……………………………………………………….. 6

Cassette RouletteTM (publisher song critiques) and Pitch-A-ThonTM

(producers and record company reps looking for songs and acts).

See all Previous Songwriter Musepaper Posts

From the Acting Archivist…

Much like the Songmine columns posted earlier, the archives contain a large collection of Songwriter Musepaper publications. With this posting, I am beginning a project to scan the cover and table of contents of each issue and then OCR (convert the scanned picture to text) the table of contents in order to make it searchable. I don’t yet have the staff necessary to create complete scanned issues of the Museupaper, but if there is interest in a particular article or interview, I can scan that and make it available here.

Douglas E. Welch, douglas@welchwrite.com

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Songwriters Musepaper – Volume 10 Issue 3 – March 1995 – Interview: Randy Sharp

Songwriters Musepaper – Volume 10 Issue 3 – March 1995 – Interview: Randy Sharp

Songwriters Musepaper - Volume 10 Issue 3 - March 1995 - Interview: Randy Sharp

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signINTERVIEW –

RANDY SHARP  …………………………………………………………………………. 7

Scotty Dugan gets down to the nuts and bolts of writing country and living coastal with L.A.’s own Randy Sharp.

THEORETICALLY SPEAKING –

THE SOLID CONCRETE REFERENCE…………………………………………. 9

Bill Pere gives us another insightful chapter from his Songwriters Coloring Book to explain the power of using concrete, rather than abstract references.

UPBEAT

TULARE DUST: A SONGWRITERS TRIBUTE

TO MERLE HAGGARD……………………………………………………………… 11

Roots songwriters pay tribute to a California country legend. Dan Kimpel reviews this HighTone Records release.

PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE –

WRITING EIGHT DAYS A WEEK………………………………………………… 13

Lyric teacher K.A. Parker gives us some insight about luck , persistence and hard work.

MUSICAL NOTES –

ART AND ROMANCE: AN ANALOGY………………………………………… 14

Inspired by her trip to Midem, Harriet Schock discusses putting that feeling of “first love” into your songwriting.

LASS NEWS
MEMBER NEWS – NOTEWORTHY – MUSICAL CHAIRS………………… 4

News about classes, biz events, where your favorite publishers and A&R reps are this month, good stuff about our Members and Pickups.

WEEKLY SHOWCASE SCHEDULE………………………………………………. 6

Cassette RouletteTM (publisher song critiques) and Pitch-A-ThonTm (producers and record company reps looking for songs and acts.)

See all Previous Songwriter Musepaper Posts

From the Acting Archivist…

Much like the Songmine columns posted earlier, the archives contain a large collection of Songwriter Musepaper publications. With this posting, I am beginning a project to scan the cover and table of contents of each issue and then OCR (convert the scanned picture to text) the table of contents in order to make it searchable. I don’t yet have the staff necessary to create complete scanned issues of the Museupaper, but if there is interest in a particular article or interview, I can scan that and make it available here.

Douglas E. Welch, douglas@welchwrite.com

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Songwriters Musepaper – Volume 10 Issue 2 – October 1995 – Interview: Barry Mann

Songwriters Musepaper – Volume 10 Issue 2 – October 1995 – Interview: Barry Mann

Songwriters Musepaper - Volume 10 Issue 2 - October 1995 - Interview: Barry Mann

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INTERVIEW –

BARRY MANN  ………………………………………………………………………….. 7

After three decades of hits, this Brill Building survivor ruminates on his career and his craft. Robert L. Doerschuk reports.

THEORETICALLY SPEAKING –

SONGCRAFTERS COLORING BOOK:

WRITING IN THE KEY OF “W”  …………………………………………………… 9

If achieving clarity in your lyrics is a problem, Bill Pere suggests asking “Who, what, when, where, why and how?”.

UPBEAT-

COME ALIVE IN ’95 ………………………………………………………………….. 11

The Japanese believe that whatever you do at the beginning

of the year you will continue to do until the end. With that thought in mind, Dan Kimpel examines career moves and attitudes.

PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE –

FINDING THE TIME TO WRITE………………………………………………….. 13

Writing songs and having a life don’t always go hand in hand. K.A. Parker explains how to “have it all.”

MUSICAL NOTES –

TRUTH VS. FACTS IN SONGWRITING………………………………………. 14

Confusing the facts with the truth in songwriting is like mistaking clay for sculpture. It’s what you do with the facts that’s everything, as Harriet Schock discusses.

LASS NEWS
MEMBER NEWS – NOTEWORTHY – MUSICAL CHAIRS………………… 4

News about classes, biz events, where your favorite publishers and A&R reps are this month, good stuff about our Members and Pickups.

WEEKLY SHOWCASE SCHEDULE………………………………………………. 6

Cassette RouletteTM (publisher song critiques) and Pitch-A-ThonTM (producers and record company reps looking for songs and acts.)

FEBRUARY 1995 • SONGWRITERS MUSEPAPER 3


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From the Acting Archivist…

Much like the Songmine columns posted earlier, the archives contain a large collection of Songwriter Musepaper publications. With this posting, I am beginning a project to scan the cover and table of contents of each issue and then OCR (convert the scanned picture to text) the table of contents in order to make it searchable. I don’t yet have the staff necessary to create complete scanned issues of the Museupaper, but if there is interest in a particular article or interview, I can scan that and make it available here.

Douglas E. Welch, douglas@welchwrite.com


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Songwriters Musepaper – Volume 8 Issue 7 – July 1993 – Interview: John Keller

Songwriters Musepaper – Volume 8 Issue 7 – July 1993 – Interview: John Keller

Songwriters Musepaper - Volume 8 Issue 7 - July 1993 - Interview: John Keller

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FEATURES

INTERVIEW –

JOHN KELLER……………………………………………………………………………… 7

Dan Kimpel guides us through a 20-year overnight success story

with the writer of the Vanessa Williams/Brian McKnight hit, “Love Is.”

THEORETICALLY SPEAKING –

TO SWING OR NOT TO SWING? (RAGTIME TO HIP-HOP)……………….. 11

Ever wonder how to build a jack swing groove? David Cat Cohen

gives you a little analysis and history lesson on swing, then and now.

TOOLS OF THE TRADE –

CHOOSING AND USING STUDIO MONITORS………………………………….. 12

Just when you thought studio monitors weren’t particularly important,

Hank Linderman tries to prove you wrong.

MUSICAL NOTES –

WRITING “SINGABLE” LYRICS: THE SUBLIME TO THE RIDICULOUS

FROM THE SINGER’S POINT OF VIEW-PART 3………………………………. 14

It takes an exceptional teacher who works with singers to describe

this critical aspect of songwriting craft and nobody does it better

than Marta Woodhull. This is the third of a three-part series.

ASCAP AND BMI HONOR SONGWRITERS/PUBLISHERS…………………. 17

We list this year’s movers and shakers in the writing and publishing

areas.

TROUBADOURS OF FOLK FESTIVAL A MAJOR REUNION……………….. 18

Len Chandler takes the stage with fellow folk legends during a

weekend filled with memories of days gone by.

LASS NEWS

MEMBER NEWS – NOTEWORTHY – MUSICAL CHAIRS……………………….. 4

News about classes, biz events, where your favorite publishers

and A&R reps are this month, good stuff about our Members

and Pickups.

WEEKLY SHOWCASE SCHEDULE………………………………………………….. 6

Cassette Roulette,” (publisher song critiques) and Pitch-A-ThonTm

(producers and record company reps looking for songs and acts).


From the Acting Archivist…

Much like the Songmine columns posted earlier, the archives contain a large collection of Songwriter Musepaper publications. With this posting, I am beginning a project to scan the cover and table of contents of each issue and then OCR (convert the scanned picture to text) the table of contents in order to make it searchable. I don’t yet have the staff necessary to create complete scanned issues of the Museupaper, but if there is interest in a particular article or interview, I can scan that and make it available here.

Douglas E. Welch, douglas@welchwrite.com

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Songwriters Musepaper – Volume 8 Issue 1 – January 1993 – Interview: Jon Ims

Songwriters Musepaper – Volume 9 Issue 4 – April 1994 – Interview: Ben Margulies

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VOLUME 8, ISSUE 1, JANUARY 1993

CONTENTS

FEATURES

INTERVIEW – JON IMS…………………………………………………………………. 7

Our man in Nashville, Larry McClain, interviews one of the hottest

writers in country with Trisha’s “She’s In Love With The Boy”

and Reba’s “Falling Out Of Love” topping last year’s hit list.

TOOLS OF THE TRADE –

SAMPLE PEEVES TRANSFORMED

TO CREATIVE EASE BY ROLAND’S NEW JV-880………………………….. 10

Hank Linderman sets out to solve a common problem and erase a

few pet peeves and finds an inspiring solution from the folks at Roland.

THEORETICALLY SPEAKING –

A SONGWRITER’S NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS…………………………… 11

David Cat Cohen gives us all an affirmation and list of resolutions

that double as a checklist of how to successfully write and pitch songs.

SALUTE TO SONGWRITERS IS A SOLID HIT………………………………… 12

Len Chandler reviews a night of stellar songs as NAS pays tribute

to Stevie Wonder.

UPBEAT – THE MOTIVATING FORCE……………………………………………. 14

Dan Kimpel offers some practical motivational tools to help you

actually do something with that resolution to be a more productive

writer this year.

THE NEW $50,000 RULE:

MORE MONEY FOR LESS OPPORTUNITY    15 Industry consultant Thomas A. White discusses new legislation

which could present major problems for the industry.

PERSONAL PERSPECTIVES –

DO WE KNOW WHERE WE’RE COMING FROM?…………………………….. 16

Harriet Schock gets downright ornery when she deals with songwriters

who have no musical roots or respect for the genius of their predecessors.

MUSICAL NOTES –

THERE ARE NO WRONG NOTES,

JUST A WRONG PLACE TO PUT THEM………………………………………… 17

More time tested and practical music theory from Terry Janow,

COPYRIGHT UPDATE………………………………………………………………… 18

John Braheny informs us about some of the latest changes in

copyright laws that effect all writers.

KNOW YOUR ROOTS…………………………………………………………………. 20

Ronny Schiff gives us a little history lesson from the early days of

pop music with an inside look at the creation of Ian Whitcomb’s

1965 hit, You Turn Me On.”

LASS NEWS

MEMBER NEWS – NOTEWORTHY – MUSICAL CHAIRS………………………. 4

News about classes, biz events, where your favorite publishers

and A&R reps are this month, good stuff about our Members

and Pickups.

WEEKLY SHOWCASE SCHEDULE…………………………………………………. 6

Cassette RouletteTM (publisher song critiques) and Pitch-A-ThonTm

(producers and record company reps looking for songs and acts).


From the Acting Archivist…

Much like the Songmine columns posted earlier, the archives contain a large collection of Songwriter Musepaper publications. With this posting, I am beginning a project to scan the cover and table of contents of each issue and then OCR (convert the scanned picture to text) the table of contents in order to make it searchable. I don’t yet have the staff necessary to create complete scanned issues of the Museupaper, but if there is interest in a particular article or interview, I can scan that and make it available here.

Douglas E. Welch, douglas@welchwrite.com

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Songwriters Musepaper – Volume 9 Issue 4 – April 1994 – Interview: Ben Margulies

Songwriters Musepaper – Volume 9 Issue 4 – April 1994 – Interview: Ben Margulies

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FEATURES

INTERVIEW-

BEN MARGULIES………………………………………………………………………… 7

Laura Fissinger and BMI provide us with an insightful piece on Ben Margulies, whose collaborations with Mariah Carey provided them both with several hits and a BMI (most played) Song Of The Year in “Love Takes Time.”

THEORETICALLY SPEAKING-

THE FUNCTION OF VERSE AND CHORUS…………………………………….. 10

David Cat Cohen is back with some more user friendly information

on songwriting craft.

MUSICAL NOTES-

MELODY-THE UNSUNG HERO……………………………………………………… 12

Harriet Schock lobbies for some sense of uniqueness in your melody

writing and trying to achieve it through its adventurous coupling with

rhythm and harmony.

SPOTLIGHT-

JOHN PHILIP SHENALE-PAINTING THE SONIC LANDSCAPE…………… 15

Ivy White chronicles Shenale’s experimental approach to

arrangements on Tori Amos’ new Under The Pink album.

TOOLS OF THE TRADE-

INTERACTIVE ELECTRONIC PRESS KITS-PART 2…………………………. 16

Our cyberguru Simon Higgs takes us through a software jungle,

this time to show you the tools available for multimedia production.

THE COLLABORATOR’S SURVIVAL GUIDE-

PROTECTING YOUR CREATIVE PROPERTY…………………………………. 18

Jeff Saxon gives you some basics on collaboration agreements.

CREATIVITY QUICK QUOTES………………………………………………………. 19

In the first of several periodic features, we recap some salient

comments on the creative processes of successful writers and

writer/artists from previous interviews. This time it’s Desmond Child,

Mary-Chapin Carpenter and Martin Page.

LASS NEWS

MEMBER NEWS – NOTEWORTHY – MUSICAL CHAIRS………………………. 4

News about classes, biz events, where your favorite publishers

and A&R reps are this month, good stuff about our Members

and Pickups.

WEEKLY SHOWCASE SCHEDULE………………………………………………….. 6

Cassette RouletteTM (publisher song critiques) and Pitch-A-Thon”

(producers and record company reps looking for songs and acts).

From the Acting Archivist…

Much like the Songmine columns posted earlier, the archives contain a large collection of Songwriter Musepaper publications. With this posting, I am beginning a project to scan the cover and table of contents of each issue and then OCR (convert the scanned picture to text) the table of contents in order to make it searchable. I don’t yet have the staff necessary to create complete scanned issues of the Museupaper, but if there is interest in a particular article or interview, I can scan that and make it available here.

Douglas E. Welch, douglas@welchwrite.com

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Songwriters Musepaper – Volume 7 Issue 12 – December 1992 – Interview: Holly Near

Songwriter Musepaper – Volume 9 Issue 9 – September 1994 – Interview: Jeff Buckley

Songwriters Musepaper - Volume 7 Issue 12 - December 1992 - Interview: Holly Near

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INTERVIEW –

HOLLY NEAR………………………………………………………………………………. 7

Len Chandler interviews an old friend, Holly Near, who has become

quite successful, thank you, by following her own path.

THEORETICALLY SPEAKING –

MATCHING YOUR LYRICS TO THE RIGHT CHORDS……………………….. 11

David Cat Cohen has some valuable information to offer that will

help you choose chords to match the moods of your songs.

SONGWRITERS EXPO 16 –

RECAP………………………………………………………………………………………. 12

We share some highlights in words and pictures.

UPBEAT-

BOOKWORM……………………………………………………………………………… 14

Dan Kimpel gives you a pre\4ew of some new books you might do

well to consider as holiday gifts for your favorite songwriter.

TOOLS OF THE TRADE –

NEW PRO SONG SHOPPING SOFTWARE……………………………………… 16

John Braheny guests in this column to turn you on to a great new

program for both Mac and IBM compatible users that will save you

lots of time keeping track of your pertinent song information and

make your marketing a whole lot easier.

AMUSEMENT -……………………………………………………………………………. 19

Hey, the holidays are on us and it’s time to lighten up. So read this!

LASS NEWS

MEMBER NEWS – NOTEWORTHY – MUSICAL CHAIRS……………………….. 4

News about classes, biz events, where your favorite publishers

and A&R reps are this month, good stuff about our Members

and Pickups.

WEEKLY SHOWCASE SCHEDULE……………………………………………………………………………………….. 6

Cassette Roulette’m (publisher song critiques) and Pitch-A-ThonTm

(producers and record company reps looking for songs and acts).

From the Acting Archivist…

Much like the Songmine columns posted earlier, the archives contain a large collection of Songwriter Musepaper publications. With this posting, I am beginning a project to scan the cover and table of contents of each issue and then OCR (convert the scanned picture to text) the table of contents in order to make it searchable. I don’t yet have the staff necessary to create complete scanned issues of the Museupaper, but if there is interest in a particular article or interview, I can scan that and make it available here.

Douglas E. Welch, douglas@welchwrite.com

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Songwriter Musepaper – Volume 9 Issue 9 – September 1994 – Interview: Jeff Buckley

Songwriter Musepaper – Volume 9 Issue 9 – September 1994 – Interview: Jeff Buckley

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INTERVIEW

JEFF BUCKLEY………………………………………………………. 7

Aidin Vaziri talks to Buckley about his new Columbia Records project, his music and his late father.

TOOLS OF THE TRADE

SEQUENCING TAKES A QUANTUM LEAP………………………. 9

Hank Linderman is back to give us a glimpse into the exciting present and future of sequencing; more speed, control and ease.

LASS LIVE: WORDS FROM THE WOMEN……………………………. 10

LASS brings you another stellar evening of acoustic talent at Buzz Coffeehouse.

PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE

IS IT LIVE OR IS IT MEMORABLE?……………………………………………… 11

Holly Watson, of the Austin Songwriters Group, offers her perspective on the writer/ performer dilemma of receiving good feedback on their club performance, and negative reaction to their songs on tape.

THEORETICALLY SPEAKING

THE POWER OF FORM, PART 2………………………………… 13

John Braheny, author of “The Craft and Business of Songwriting,” continues his three-part series with a discussion of bridges, AAA and ABC forms.

UPBEAT

LOST IN AUSTIN………………………………………………….. 14

Dan Kimpel sings the praises of Austin, Texas and its continuing legacy of great writer/artists, focusing on new releases by lain Mathews and Vince Bell.

LASS NEWS

MEMBERS NEWS – NOTEWORTHY – MUSICAL CHAIRS…….. 4

News about classes, biz events, where your favorite publishers and A&R reps are this month, good stuff about our Members and Pickups.

WEEKLY SHOWCASE SCHEDULE………………………………… 6

Cassette Roulette (publisher song critiques) and Pitch-A-Thon (producers and record company reps looking for songs and acts.)

From the Acting Archivist…

Much like the Songmine columns posted earlier, the archives contain a large collection of Songwriter Musepaper publications. With this posting, I am beginning a project to scan the cover and table of contents of each issue and then OCR (convert the scanned picture to text) the table of contents in order to make it searchable. I don’t yet have the staff necessary to create complete scanned issues of the Museupaper, but if there is interest in a particular article or interview, I can scan that and make it available here.

Douglas E. Welch, douglas@welchwrite.com

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Songwriters Musepaper – Volume 9 Issue 6 – June 1994 – Interview: Richard Thompson

Songwriters Musepaper – Volume 9 Issue 6 – June 1994 – Interview: Richard Thompson

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UPBEAT-

BACK TO BASICS……………………………………………………………………….. 6

Dan Kimpel recounts his Dallas experience and intros a new book

from Writer’s Digest Books, The Songwriter’s Market Guide To

Song & Demo Submission Formats.

THEORETICALLY SPEAKING-

THE TRIPLET GROUP-A CHANGE OF PACE…………………………………… 7

David Cat Cohen revives the famed ’50s triplet groove for us and

shows how it can be used in fresh new ways.

INTERVIEW-

RICHARD THOMPSON………………………………………………………………….. 9

Jeff Schwager interviews the veteran singer/songwriter on his

past work, new Capitol album, audiences, recording, craft and more.

TOOLS OF THE TRADE-

INTERACTIVE ELECTRONIC PRESS KITS-PART 4…………………………. 12

Simon Higgs gives us more information on the software and

techniques needed to create free promotion on the electronic

information superhighway.

LASS NEWS

MEMBER NEWS-NOTEWORTHY-MUSICAL CHAIRS………………………….. 4

News about classes, biz events, where your favorite publishers

and A&R reps are this month, good stuff about our Members

and Pickups.

WEEKLY SHOWCASE SCHEDULE…………………………………………………. 8

Cassette Roulette TM (publisher song critiques) and Pitch-A-Thon TM

(producers and record company reps looking for songs and acts).

From the Acting Archivist…

Much like the Songmine columns posted earlier, the archives contain a large collection of Songwriter Musepaper publications. With this posting, I am beginning a project to scan the cover and table of contents of each issue and then OCR (convert the scanned picture to text) the table of contents in order to make it searchable. I don’t yet have the staff necessary to create complete scanned issues of the Museupaper, but if there is interest in a particular article or interview, I can scan that and make it available here.

Douglas E. Welch, douglas@welchwrite.com

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Songwriters Musepaper – Volume 10 Issue 7 – July 1995 – Interview: Eddie Money

Songwriters Musepaper – Volume 10 Issue 7 – July 1995 – Interview: Eddie Money

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INTERVIEW –
EDDIE MONEY 7
For The Love Of Money: Michael Kisur gets the inside scoop on the checks and balances that have to be made when you’re the one and only Eddie Money.

UPBEAT-
LEGENDS OF SONGWRITING 11
Dan Kimpel reviews two new efforts by two masterful songwriters.

PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE –
WHAT A FOOL BELIEVES: SONGWRITER MYTHS-PART 1 13
K.A. Parker will set you straight on some persistent and dangerous-to-your-career songwriter mythology.

MUSICAL NOTES –
YOU TALKIN’ TO ME? 14
Harriet Schock points to songs by John Prine, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen which illustrate how to enlighten, inform, raise awareness and even change behavior.

LASS NEWS
MEMBER NEWS-NOTEWORTHY-MUSICAL CHAIRS 4
News about classes, biz events, where your favorite publishers and A&R reps are this month, good stuff about our Members and Pickups.

WEEKLY SHOWCASE SCHEDULE 6
Cassette Roulette TM (publisher song critiques) and Pitch-A-Thon TM (producers and record company reps looking for songs and acts).

JULY 1995 • SONGWRITERS MUSEPAPER 3

From the Acting Archivist…

Much like the Songmine columns posted earlier, the archives contain a large collection of Songwriter Musepaper publications. With this posting, I am beginning a project to scan the cover and table of contents of each issue and then OCR (convert the scanned picture to text) the table of contents in order to make it searchable. I don’t yet have the staff necessary to create complete scanned issues of the Museupaper, but if there is interest in a particular article or interview, I can scan that and make it available here.

Douglas E. Welch, douglas@welchwrite.com

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