23 marzo 2012

Simon Barber e Brian O’Connor di Sodajerker on Songwriting conversano con Andy Partridge sulla genesi e la realizzazione di alcune sue celebri canzoni: tecniche compositive, fonti di ispirazione, esempi pratici e qualche trucco del mestiere...

Sodajerker is a songwriting team from Liverpool in the United Kingdom. Founded by co-writers Simon Barber and Brian O’Connor, Sodajerker is the creative outlet for two friends raised on the celebrated songbooks of such luminaries as Lennon and McCartney, Bacharach and David, Holland-Dozier-Holland, Goffin and King and The Chic Organisation. Andy Partridge of XTC and The Dukes of Stratosphear joins them for a conversation about the writing of some of his greatest songs, including ‘Senses Working Overtime’, ‘Love on a Farmboy’s Wages’, ‘Ballet for a Rainy Day’, ‘Scarecrow People’ and ‘Brainiac’s Daughter’ among many others. With his guitar at hand, Andy talks Sodajerker through his writing process in a way only he can!