Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Letters from A Vocal Coach - How to Learn Style through Imitation
And on that note, I think it's time to take a look at what you ought to be listening to. What defines good music? I'll tell you this for nothing. Go back to the 90s, 80s, 70s, 60s, 50s and you'll find an archive of really good music. With the exception of the 90s, they didn't have computers back then. Singers had to be perfect. They had no technological assistance as we do today. So have a good listen and then fast forward to the 00s if you like...but never forget your roots. As the saying goes, old is gold.
And now I'll throw in a few names and songs for you to go and look up: Luther Vandross (Give Me The Reason/Always & Forever/A House Is Not A Home), Haddaway (What Is Love), Aretha Franklin (Who's Zoomin' Who), Tevin Campbell (I'm Ready), Atlantic Starr (Always/Secret Lovers/Silver Shadow), Imagination (Body Talk), Shalamar (Full Of Fire).
In coming Letters from A Vocal Coach blog posts I will be suggesting some more songs for you to listen to...and to try and imitate. Have fun!
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