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Source:  Los Angeles Times

Unlike sausage, music — at least that of pop giant Ed Sheeran — does improve when you know how it’s made.

The documentary “Songwriter” travels with the musician as he creates his most recent album, “Divide,” writing and recording future hits like “Castle on the Hill,” “Shape of You” and “Galway Girl.”

“Songwriter” follows Sheeran as he and collaborators like Benny Blanco and Foy Vance compose songs, with the setting shifting from a tour bus to a quiet Malibu house, a New York apartment, and the Queen Mary 2.

Single chords evolve into verses and then entire songs as Sheeran creates an album along the journey.

“Songwriter” will be available on Apple Music on August 28.

Read the story at the Los Angeles Times.

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