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10 years ago
Tom G
Gonna watch this when I have time, can't wait!
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10 years ago
Tom G
Chinese Democracy was phenomenal IMO. Superb record.
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10 years ago
Tom G
I know Brian May plays on You & I so I am very anxious to hear it.
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10 years ago
Tom G
Freddie Mercury. He had everything. Axl Rose is also absolutely brilliant.
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10 years ago
Tom G
I simply can not stand Def Leppard. It blows my mind how they can be so popular.
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10 years ago
Tom G
I have listened to it way too many times since yesterday lol. Great vocals and acting (!) by Bolton, he's back on my cool list.
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10 years ago
Tom G
LOL Love it.
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10 years ago
Tom G
As for a voice and a piano, this performance by Elton John has always been a favourite of mine. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFJ2YrztYUg&feature=related Daniel, live at Inside The Actor's Studio, with a small story from an audience member before it. Simply stunning.
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10 years ago
Tom G
Superb song. Gives me goosebumps everytime I hear it.
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10 years ago
Tom G
Thanks Al! Can't wait for more Magnum, sadly I missed this tour but will catch you next time. :D
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10 years ago
Tom G
Speaking of live albums, now they should NEVER be autotuned. Hell I'll take an overdub or two but autotuned live albums sound ridicilous. I heard a John Mayer live album a while back and there was autotune all over the place. Not cool!
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10 years ago
Tom G
What Marc said. If you have a good enough singer who can hit the notes, a subtle autotune effect will go completely unnoticed.
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10 years ago
Tom G
Magnum - The Visitation :) Oh and I am not against autotune per se, a little will make both lead vox and harmonies sound great without making them sound artificial. It's the overuse of autotune which drives me nuts. If you have a superb singer and put a touch of autotune on, it'll not even sound tuned... problem is people overdo it and turn the vocals into a robotic mess.
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10 years ago
Tom G
Any performance by Freddie Mercury, by far the best frontman ever. Also... Axl Rose. Simply superb. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9WuJUcdS4E At the VMA's 1988. He completely dominates that stage.
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10 years ago
Tom G
Superb bassist no doubt. He's laid down some amazing basslines for Queen and written some great tunes. I respect his decision to retire, but I'd love to hear him, Brian and Roger doing something together again, like they did No One But You in 1997 and Made In Heaven 1995.
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10 years ago
Tom G
John Farnham is indeed one of the greatest vocalists ever. His range, phrasing, tone... it's simply superb. His version of Help is out of this world, and his take on Gethsemane from Jesus Christ Superstar is one of the finest vocal performances ever put on a CD. Youtube it. And I don't think he sounds like Bob Catley... though they are my two favourite singers of all time. Maybe a bit in th
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