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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyMix
    Again, I disagree. There is no correct opinion on what constitutes a good voice and what doesn't. Its subjective. My opinion is Britney is mostly a talentless hack.
    I was talking about a "good voice" in professional singing terms, not if you or I like it.
    And she's a very good dancer from what I have seen, that's not "talentless".

    Quote Originally Posted by NawdleZouss
    Whoops, here I was thinking you were a woman. Oh well, I love lower voices, so it's all good. My range is B2 to about D6-E6 on a good day, but I've had some vocal trouble; used to go up to F#6.
    LOL no, I'm a male. My range (in chest voice) is A#1-B4, but I still need some work on my highest/lowest notes. (Thank god that I have a fantastic vocal coach)
    Very impressive range you got there - can you SING the B2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AyanEva
    ^^^Agree. I like, at most, two of her songs; and those songs aren't even that great. They just have a catchy tune.


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    We're talking about Britney's VOICE, not songs. I have said before that her material is cr*p.

    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyMix
    Hmm...I have heard other "professionals" profess differently about Britney Spears. Funny.
    Like who?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyMix
    I said I have heard it before. And I have. I didn't think to save the information in case there was someone in the future who apparently wouldn't be able to accept a different opinion from their own on a message board.
    Yeah, and you're all open for others' opinions.

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    I'll give Britney credit for not singing things that are too hard for her, like a lot of singers today, but to my knowledge, she had serious training as a kid, and still sounds like crap, so I guess there's only so much you can do.

    Quote Originally Posted by NHKMM
    LOL no, I'm a male. My range (in chest voice) is A#1-B4, but I still need some work on my highest/lowest notes. (Thank god that I have a fantastic vocal coach)
    Very impressive range you got there - can you SING the B2?
    How long have you been studying? Kudos on finding a good coach-the bad ones are a factor in my late vocal problems.

    Thanks- yes, I can sing the B2, though my coach doesn't like it. Two years of singing along to James Hetfield and Phil Anselmo's clean songs can do that to you.
    2 years...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NawdleZouss
    How long have you been studying? Kudos on finding a good coach-the bad ones are a factor in my late vocal problems.

    Thanks- yes, I can sing the B2, though my coach doesn't like it. Two years of singing along to James Hetfield and Phil Anselmo's clean songs can do that to you.
    -I'm studying for about a year with my current teacher, and I have had some on and off classes with another teacher before (a crappy one, so glad I got rid of him) - yes, a bad teacher can cause so many problems, you really gotta find a decent, professional one to progress well.

    -LOL, well developing the bottom part of the range is a GREAT thing for a soprano. Good on you.

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    Thanks. It actually is a lot easier to sing the high notes after singing in my lower register for a while. Life is good.
    2 years...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NawdleZouss
    Thanks. It actually is a lot easier to sing the high notes after singing in my lower register for a while. Life is good.
    LOL Yeah, because your voice is naturally high.

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    The world is grateful for my singing. They are grateful that I only sing alone in the car.
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    I'd be happy to. My first request!
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    Default Re: Charlotte Church in Concert (04/20/2006)

    We can do a duet, Lobelia, I am really terrible. What shall we sing? Oh, it probably doesn't matter, we will suck anyway.
    Keep passing the open windows.

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    Default Re: Charlotte Church in Concert (04/20/2006)

    I am a record label executive, and I will give you both a check for twenty-two gajillion dollars to record that extra sucky stereo suckage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glasgow53
    We can do a duet, Lobelia, I am really terrible. What shall we sing? Oh, it probably doesn't matter, we will suck anyway.
    Let's ponder the great duets...

    You don't bring me flowers anymore
    Don't go breakin' my heart
    Islands in the stream
    Say say say
    Solid as a rock
    Beauty & the beast
    I got you babe
    Ebony & Ivory

    Too many to list.

    Oh...the choices.....
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    Default Re: Charlotte Church in Concert (04/20/2006)

    I love her shirt...as for her...ehhhhh

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    Default Re: Charlotte Church in Concert (04/20/2006)

    My how's she's grown...and grown...and grown!

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    Default Re: Charlotte Church in Concert (04/20/2006)

    She's a cute girl. But she needs a new stylist! but I do like her shirt!

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