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Pop Song Magic: Inner Journeys With Your Favorites, An Interactive Guidebook Paperback – 20 Jul 2012


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Guy V. Briggs survived a classical music background, which includes an undergraduate degree from the Shenandoah Conservatory of Music, a master’s of music from West Virginia University, and the doctorate of music education from the Uni­versity of Oklahoma—in addition to the MBA. He has been a professor and teacher in the fields of professional public school education, the musical arts, and business management in institutions of higher education for some thirty-four years. Currently retired, he is an adjunct faculty member in the Department of ­Business and Economics at the University of Virginia’s College at Wise, and teaches the online course Small Business Management—Entrepreneurship.

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A complete waste of paper 15 Oct. 2013
By Kenneth C. Griffith - Published on Amazon.com
This book is just fluff, a complete waste of time (and five bucks).

Well, yes, pop songs are about emotions that people respond to, else we would not listen to the radio.

However, listening to the radio is a far better value than reading this book.

However, if you grew up Amish, this book is a good introduction to radio culture.
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