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I absolutely love this question because people are always surprised to learn their true voice type. Well, the voice type system was originally created to make it easier for singers to be cast for roles in opera. In other words, if you know that you have the range and tone of a Soprano, then you would audition for and hopefully be cast in the Soprano part. Classic operas had roles for all the different voice types, like Soprano, Alto, Tenors and Basses. However, these days knowing your voice type is better at helping you decide which singers to listen to and what songs to pick. For now, just understand that your voice type is one of the most important things that you can know about yourself as a singer.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Eurythmics - Missionary Man (Official Video)
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N ew Orleans is the only place in the world where a sentient being as lazy as myself could possibly exist. Not only exist, but be nourished. Po-boys are home delivered here. If really motivated, you can push yourself and walk to the corner bar, put your elbows on the cypress counter and be served joy at the source. Like music. There is music everywhere in New Orleans. Human beings walk about creating family-sized helpings of disorganized sounds, sometimes dancing down the street.
There is a soulful buffet of conjoined rhythm and melody, served and consumed on a daily basis. No waiting. No gratuity necessary. It sounds a tad esoteric, all this blissful description, especially coming from an old fart like me. I am trimming banana plants. I am consequently dirty, crusted in fact, layered in soil that locals call gumbo mud. Coal black and tenacious, and true to its name — like gumbo, it sticks to your ribs, skin and clothes.
I look up and see a wedding party. I mean, there is a band followed by a bride and groom in a fairly traditional white dress and black tux. But the parade is lurching forward at a consciously undisciplined pace, zig-zagging down the center of Marigny Street, where I live. Just me, mired in the messy process of pulling up invasive tropical tree roots with a crowbar and sledge hammer. Disgruntled by the effects of manual labor, and now prompted by sound, I stand up.
Ten feet to the north comes the piece band in formal dress. Musicians are followed by the newlyweds and dozens of happy, drunk people dancing. The now legally-sanctioned couple are actively engaged in exploring one another in quite physical fashion as they caper side by side.
A bridesmaid approaches my cast-iron front fence where I, the working man, am standing, mouth agape. She beckons me closer, puts her arms around my sweaty neck and presses her mouth to mine. Her scent is lemon and vanilla; she tastes like wine and oranges. I am caught mid-breath. I cannot exhale, and do not want to let her go.
Resist this song, I dare you. And then it trails away in the distance. I discover that I am crazy in love. I am lost following this experience. I must follow the woman, the music. But, being an adult, I let it go. I am a reasonable fellow. Life continues. I go back to the banana plants. And then I begin to think of loss. This is my story. It has always been my story.
I have let an opportunity go, yet again. It has been my way for some time now. This was a major turning point for me, some 40 years ago. The rule remains true to this day.
That does not, however, mean that I have not changed it or will change it. The situation has ignited a memory. I think it was the perfume. Lemon and vanilla. Magnolia grandiflora. Over the course of my life, I have come to dote on the overwhelming summertime fragrance generated by the thousands of blooming trees in the city.
Brought to the fore only hours after they start pushing out those huge waxy and ivoried petal shapes that sweat beauty each morning in the summer heat.
Leave this? Magnolia is a native of warm environs, originally flourishing in the Caribbean and Gulf, and now distributed in temperate zones worldwide. It has been around for a long, long time. In fact, the trees were already stabilized on this planet long before even honeybees.
However, the ever-resourceful magnolia developed flowers to attract other, more primitive insects, like beetles, for pollination. But having such ravenous and sharp-beaked bugs crawl all over their limbs in search of flower nectar, the trees also found it necessary to develop blooms with petals tough enough to resist extreme damage.
Thus one of the more delicate natural scents on the planet is attached to one of its most calloused and indestructible bits of flora. A lesson I have seen affirmed too well in my own life.
Today, my hands are clutching the iron arrow spikes atop the century-old fence in my front yard. I find myself losing focus. I have a history of losing such moments, of not following through on such fleeting opportunities in life.
Dwelling, instead, in the bittersweet Proustian dolor of the past. That hesitation, the dominance of logical decision making over impulse action is a cycle I would like to break. Despite this desire being too out of touch with reality, I feel that thinking too much about life makes me age quicker without the benefits of the added life experience. So, instead, I think about tough and delicate trees and their pollinators. But mostly, the Good Stuff is brought to your doorstep.
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A gig on your laptop sounds like a contradiction in terms. And easier to get to. There are now so many virtual shows that the Gigs And Tours website publishes a daily list. Musically, the early days of lockdown belonged to John Lennon, as singers flocked to channel his existential clarity.
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I Need a Man (Eurythmics song)
I just love this!!!! Well said. Thank you for the opportunity to perform on your show I hope we managed to raise lots of donations for projectangelfood Link in my bio to watch the performance of A Thousand Beautiful Things. Its Acoustic Tuesday! How stunning does Annie look, so chic in the white coat and Dave so cool with his diamente rock star guitar strap. Arsenio seems so impressed with Annie and more so that this soul singer is from Abeerdeen in Scotland!! Yes we have soul singers in Europe too Aresnio ; Have a listen and enjoy Xxx Annie Lennox Dave Stewart Eurythmics Arsenio Hall acoustictuesday whosthatgirleurythmicsandannielennoxtributeshow sweetdreams wouldilietoyou dontaskmewhy. Happy Monday Peeps! I hope you are keeping well and strong through these challenging times.
I Need a Man (Eurythmics song)
As tickets are flying for his upcoming 3Arena shows, we revisit our chat with Andrew Hozier-Byrne about his short-lived break from touring, his duet with Mavis Staples, advocacy, and more. The first thing you obviously notice about Andrew Hozier-Byrne is his height. When she did, I was at first elated and then very aware that I was going to be sharing the studio with one of the greatest vocalists of all-time. No pressure!
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Annie Lennox is one of Scotland's greatest pop exports, both as a solo artist and as part of Eurythmics. We've picked just a handful of her greatest songs that makes a perfect Annie Lennox beginners' guide. She wasn't sure that she could write songs by herself without David A Stewart, or what her next step will be. It took her about 10 minutes to write.
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