Fifty to 75 years ago, mainstream American songwriting was an excruciatingly precise profession. The pop music industry was dominated by songs from Broadway musical comedies. Now just imagine what that meant!It cost a fortune even back then to mount a musical comedy on Broadway. The composer and lyricist had to deal with a host of […]

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