Living Out Loud | Mar 8, 2013 | 24:58

Finding a voice Part 1

"Just one song"; in the movies they make it seem so easy, but in real life? Eavesdrop on a journalist and his non musical friend as they try to find the creative voice that will lead to a hit song, the real show stopper they crave to compose. "The Change in Farming"; a young composer takes his grandfather's rich voice and even richer old world farming stories and turns them into rap music.

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