Halleluiah

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Halleluiah

Post by jb » Sun Jul 31, 2016 7:12 am

Revisionist History: Hallelujah
https://overcast.fm/+Gsa0SmddU

Pretty great podcast about art and genius and the song Halleluiah.

Songwriters should listen to it.

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Re: Halleluiah

Post by irwin » Sat Aug 06, 2016 4:49 pm

That was really great!

I actually have I'm Your Fan and used to play a guitar cover of Cale's version of Hallelujah in the early 90s. I always assumed I was late to the party since the damn song has been covered so much. I didn't realize that most of the covers came after that!
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Re: Halleluiah

Post by HeuristicsInc » Wed Aug 10, 2016 9:37 am

It was an interesting listen. I think I'm off axis though, as the original version, which he labeled as "turgid" or something, is the one I like best. But then again I do go for overproduced things.
I feel like I saw that guy on a TED talk at some point.
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