Just wanted to give a quick shout-out to SCR homey and longtime contributor Marc Hirsh, who in addition to being an all-round great writer and reviewer, killer foursquare player, and funny guy, is currently on the air on NPR's "Here & Now".
He's talking about his latest project, exposing the "Sensitive Female Chord Progression", the chord structure that underpins a ridiculous number of sensitive-sounding, women-and-guitars (or pianos) songs floating around out there in the ether. If you're missing it, tune in now via the NPR site -- host Robin Young is actually making Marc sing Joan Osborne's "One of Us" over the songs she's playing as examples, and it's absolutely priceless. Good on you, man.
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