Stereotype (Vocal) - Electric Soul - Stereotype (Vinyl)

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  1. Babar
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  2. Talrajas
    The album begins with "The Night", a two-minute track that’s dark and nocturnal with Nick singing, playing bass and guitar amidst the howling of wolves."Kind" that follows is a more emotional piece that is overwhelmed by Bruno Ganz’s recitation from the movie Wings Of Desire. Next is "Existence", another moody track that uses Sam Riley’s voice from the Ian Curtis/Joy Division movie Control.
  3. Najora
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  5. Fenrim
    Composition and lyrics "Saving All My Love for You" is a soul and R&B song, composed in the key of A major, having a slowly tempo of 84 beats per edpontergtasibaforriconresowsret.coinfon's vocal range on the song span from the low-note of F#3 to the high-note of F#5. The song features a saxophone solo by Tom Scott and lyrically talks about a young woman preparing for the arrival of her married lover, with lyrics like.
  6. Voodookasa
    Support - Support is a term used when discussing vocal technique and is what vocalists should aim to achieve when they are singing. Support is created when the vocalist enables their body to get involved rather than just their throat and hence allows engagement from the diaphragm to carry out the sound with proper breathing technique.
  7. Medal
    Apr 26,  · Side2 begins with a soul/pop cover of Ashford and Simpson’s “Where There Was Darkness”. Backup vocals (Phyllis St. James) and stings underscore the smooth tempos. A pleasant surprising choice is Bert Williams’ doleful “Nobody”. The arrangement is scaled back to capture the bluesy vocal phrasing.
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