Re: AOR/MR: average = classic today? Really?
Posted by: Tommy-Denander ()
Date: March 11, 2013 05:38AM

This all being said...i again wanna point out that there ARE some GREAT albums being done still...in both production and song writing, very much on par with the old classic....but they are VERY few and sometimes even overlooked because other releases are more "hip" for various reasons...

I just miss a general higher level of song writing...maybe cause i am such a die hard fan of the craft of song writing...that being said i don't put myself in the leauge of the best writers at all.
I've written with many of them and can definently "hold my own" in the room so to speak but i humbly bow in front of people like Max Martin, Desmond Child etc...brilliant writers!!!

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