"Creative Listening" is not dead.

Does The Song have to sound like a past hit so it can become a future hit? Are slick production and rote imitation the only way to get the attention of the listeners "who count?" ​I won't believe it, and I offer you the chance to support me in this. Music can be meticulously produced, and it can be based on the common vocabulary, and that can give it power. But The Song can be free, too. It can be shocking. It can even be a sketch and bring value and joy to the person who hears it.​ Some people love to meet The Song halfway, discover it, own it, and let it become a part of them.​ Some people love a song because it's not like anything they can get anywhere else.​ Some can imagine how The Song

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