Alun Parry interview – How Do You Write Songs?

This short interview was just as a ound test for the lapel mic, hence not being framed too pretty – but I thought you may find it interesting anyhow. An insight into the songwriting process of Liverpool folk songwriter Alun Parry.

Author: alunparry
Duration: 182
Published: 2011-04-11 10:18:22
Alun Parry interview – How Do You Write Songs?

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