George Strait, New York, Carlos Santana discussed on Glenn Beck


Radio goes one on one with George Strait he discusses process for picking a great song to do the thing that catches my ear I think first as a melody and and the melody you know you still have some kind of that so the lyrics but I think the main thing that catches mayor first is a melody and and then course you have to listen to the lyrics and you know there has to be some there but it's hard for me to just put my finger on one thing and say you know this is what I'm looking for in a song because I don't know exactly what it is when it when it strikes me you know it's just you know it's just there and I know that I want to go in the studio and then that that'll be something I want to keep listening to I heart radio for more George Strait and all your favorite artists media goes one on one with the Google dolls on finding inspiration for their music every day there's something different that'll inspire you I mean just the fact of just picking up a guitar and and accidentally playing the right three chords can spark inspiration and to create something I mean I was living in New York just taking a walk with with inspiring just the energy of the city the other thing that inspired me a lot was working with some guys who have a very very very very hard core work ethic they pursue a piece of music collector hunting or something you have to stick it out and keep working at things once the inspiration heads it goes away and the rest is very much like slapped his name to I heart radio for more goo dolls and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Carlos Santana to discuss the importance of melody in his music for me mainly everything that I learned I was cold calling in gym class the way shorter is always about melody from the the essence is always two things undeniable things spirituality and sensuality that's like we breathe in a you breathe out that's natural but for my role as a musician has always been to come up with a melody or a theme.

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