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JSS2
This certainly falls in the 'different strokes' category...I happen to love Hot Space, minus a few fillers. I agree Flash Gordon was not really a Queen album per se but (not because I rate it low) The Works got the fewest spins at my house. I was one of those Gaga and Break Free naysayers but now I can tolerate them.To me, The Miracle was a bit of a return to form, it rocked more than previous ef
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4 months ago
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I saw this too and wondered how/why he didn't clearly hear he was off the beat/measures and correct himself. Even stranger (as I have been in scenarios where we had to 'follow the singer') the band didn't correct themselves in hearing it was well off. A pre-recorded track makes most sense in that the track kept playing 'perfectly' over the wrong part of the song. Makes one wonder as too, the voca
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6 months ago
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Stirring the pot? I went to see Phil X play last night at the venue I hang at all the time for the past 21 years, I almost didn't go because I didn't want to ruffle feathers, stir the pot and all the hyperboles you can think of...I took a pic with the support band who posted it immediately, I was asked to leave shortly after with the words verbatim 'as long as I am there, the show will be cancell
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6 months ago
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I couldn't live with myself if I called his bluff and everyone lost out on going to see him with a bought ticket...especially when I planned to leave before he started anyway!
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6 months ago
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It was a fun and funny night TBH, I couldn't stop laughing then and now waking up to see his retort was I got kicked out of a club because I snuck in hahaha, I am on the club's lifetime guest list, I know them all who work and own the place, they are my friends for 21 years hahaha, nice try but only his robot followers will believe this nonsense.
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6 months ago
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I love all the varied suggestions and personal faves! The funny thing here is, especially the 1st 3 releases, are so varied in style and genre...for one to say Love Parade as a go to may not see the vision I had in exploring my Soul/Pop/Funk side whereas something like LITT tapped more into the Hard Rock/Pop-Rock side. My suggestion is to try before you buy...easy to find the titles on my page
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11 months ago
JSS2
Humanimal had real drums....case closed!
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11 months ago
JSS2
Talisman? Seriously? Guess Humanimal, our BEST album, did nothing for you =)
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1 year ago
JSS2
I know all of this from many appearances through the decades one must 'sing' to a pre-recorded track because the show or station are not equipped for full on live gig and/or to sound good. Miming along, you tend to forget some things as you're doing it....watch old VH or Queen mimes on TV shows, Freddie and Dave were notorious for not syncing to the tracks!
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1 year ago
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Not about not knowing the song, its about remembering how you pre-recorded the track being used/heard out front. By singing along, muscle memory makes it almost seamless in not 'looking' mimed. In many a video I have made, directors always insist you sing along live and as you would for real, you don't make natural faces or emotions by just moving the mouth like a puppet. The guide is to l
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1 year ago
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I believe the point of the post was to hear what he is hearing in his personal ear monitors...click track, audible reminder and count before singing begins and vocal track to 'mime' over. You hear 2 Paul's because one is what the crowd hears, the other is what he hears so he can match the track, omitting his live mic to the PA. In that sense, he is not miming, he is 'singing' along to the rec
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1 year ago
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Thats actually very funny because I happen to have THREE….the 1st was with Talisman, 2nd with Soul SirkUS and the 3rd with Sons Of Apollo. By all means was not in lieu of ideas, just fits the bill on so many different themes.
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1 year ago
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Leo Mancini on guitars here
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1 year ago
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My partner in crime is ADV who gets a lot of flack here...I gotta tell you, everything I work on with him, including my upcoming solo album which I just finished song #3 of, is ace! We have a great working relationship together and he truly is one of the best in the biz right now! BJ sings his bum off though and the band are just perfect as well, I hope others give it a spin, its literally the ki
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1 year ago
JSS2
Ahh, Wardy for the win...select SOTO tracks is a win for me!
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1 year ago
JSS2
Good Lord, I wish I was as rich as bands with a fraction of that work are!
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1 year ago
JSS2
Grabbing the popcorn for this one!
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1 year ago
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I've had my moments, as mentioned previously, depends on the circumstances cuz I can be sweet as pie to even those I have known for decades and mood swing forces me into 'please leave me alone' mode. Point in case, many moons ago at a Melodicrock Fest in Chicago, I went into the audience to watch a pal's gig, the 1st few 'can I have a pic?' I accommodated but then started telling folks something
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1 year ago
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I respect the honesty here on this board...I think the point of this song and album are being missed...1st, I cast all the voices/personalities myself for particular reasons. I knew I wanted Eric on this album but also didnt want to give him something out of his wheelhouse. It is SUPPOSED to be a new version, a classic song done today with my favorite singers, most of whom have tie ins to Frontie
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1 year ago
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I must side with Andrew...he is a VERY smart, in tune with reality, witty, dry humour, lovely man! He would ONLY come across as an ass if you don't follow his wit and/or have never met him in person because he is sharp as a tack and loves to garner a laugh in his delivery. I stand 1000% behind his character and love hearing him speak, it is always funny and interesting as well as introspective.
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1 year ago
JSS2
The chorus of Just The Same Way by Journey, Gregg singing the main lines and Perry sings the counter melody.
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2 years ago
JSS2
Ahhh, I made the list, woohoo
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2 years ago
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Not I, it was never my band, I just appeared as a guest, back when I had a little more time on my hands haha, these days I find it hard to sit with a pint!
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2 years ago
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Used to be nice to be in this category haha, guess I should look for a new day job!
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2 years ago
JSS2
Jeff Scott Soto...oh wait...shit!
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2 years ago
JSS2
I'm pleading the 5th on this one =)
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2 years ago
JSS2
Ta....
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2 years ago
JSS2
Ok, that's easy! 1- Talisman - Genesis 2- Yngwie Malmsteen - Marching Out 3- Eyes - Windows Of The Soul 4- Talisman - S/T 5- Boogie Knights - Welcome To The Jungle Boogie It's very clear, I have a varied perception of what I was doing musically early on :)
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2 years ago
JSS2
I'm gonna put mine, the order is the hardest part but here goes! 1- Talisman - Humanimal 2- W.E.T. - (S/T) 3- Sons Of Apollo - MMXX 4- SOTO - Origami 5- JSS - Wide Awake (In My Dreamland) - 2020 Mine come from the 2nd half of my career mainly because of the growth, experience and knowledge on singing, style, versatility and songwriting.
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2 years ago
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God Bless ya Wardy, I dont know many who would add the more recent drops of my career as faves...I love it when the 'best of' is mixed up with decades of work! I look forward to more listings, I am forever humbled and indebted to be in all of your musical lives! BTW - Beautiful Mess, am chuffed when she's mentioned EVER!
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