Sodajerker On Songwriting is a programme devoted to the art and craft of songwriting. The show, created and hosted by the UK songwriting team Sodajerker, features interviews with some of the most successful songwriters and musicians in the world.
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Damon Albarn welcomes Sodajerker to his London studio to chat about the creative process behind the new Blur record The Ballad of Darren. Among other topics, the singer-songwriter and composer talks about his working routines with Blur and Gorillaz, ... more
Love the show. Inquisitive, thoughtful and respectful questions. Thanks for not wasting time with idle banter. Would love to hear interviews with Andy Partridge, Nick Lowe, Paddy McAloon.
The guys are clearly respected by the artist-interviewees. They do their homework, know their stuff and as a result they get great interviews, given in free flowing enthusiast manner by the songwriters. more
Came here from a recommendation by Adam Buxton and when Dr Buckles prescribes I listen. Glad I did!
Hi guys, you are really doing a great job here, but there are at least 6 names missing on the list: Ralph McTell, Mark Knopfler, Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull), Peter Gabriel, Richard Thompson and Dougie McLean. And as all these have reached 70+ it is about time, to add them to this podcast … SOON please! This is Germany calling … Klaus
Only started podcasts since lockdown 2020 and for whatever reason presumed it’s was a non uk one and didn’t look into it. Then picked other podcasts and didn’t branch out. But discovered the Mick Head one and now hooked. Funny to me how Rockenteurs are following and largely copying format and even questions. But whilst I’ve always lived that podcast I’m warming more to the lads and their style plus local lads too. I’ll be spreading the word anyway now and catching up on a mere 200 plus shows 🤦... more
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Sodajerker On Songwriting launched 12 years ago and published 263 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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