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Posted: 24 Aug 19, 17:40 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I do agree with you, Rockchic, that Adam has learned the lesson of less is sometimes more! It is one thing you notice when you compare videos from the beginning to now. I mentioned it in a post regarding a youtube Brancelli had posted a few days ago. A vocal coach was critiquing Adam's voice and they were all old Idol and early day's videos. It is very apparent he does not usually sing like that anymore, which is a good thing. Sometimes he was a bit over the top and things like "Satisfaction" and the AMA were shrieky which is a word I never associate with Adam anymore. Oversinging lessens the impact when he does hit a really high note or has a cool riff. You don't even notice it among all the many vocal flourishes. However, he still does tone things down whether it is to preserve his voice or save it for a special show. That is always the case up here in NE as the next show is usually Madison Square Garden (or it was right before it) and he always goes balls to the wall just like in LA at the forum. He sings his heart out in all his shows, but that special high note or the elongation of a riff or going down where he might go up are things he is more apt to do at certain shows. I noticed in the Boston show again that although he sounded spectacular there were a few special things missing. And later on ATOP the ladies were mentioning how Adam was holding back for MSG. That is just the way it is. Often the first night of 2 where he is singing has a few more embellishments. He can't go all out all the time, but there does seem to be a pattern about where he really lets it fly. At first that bothered me, but the differences are minimal and I am sure LA And NY just have this special magic that brings the beast out in all of them. Those are the shows where his parents attend and most of his friends, so there is going to be a little extra something. And, of course, on a back to back (which half of the shows were), they might be a little more tired. That said, The guys put on a fabulous show every night at a standard hardly any other band can meet. I am just happy to be able to attend any show!! Mine was out of this world with Brian leading the way!

Sorry, Miracle, but I just totally disagree with you. Brian and Roger were never the lead singers even back when they were young and had the stamina for it. Nowadays there is no way they could pull something like that off. They need a great singer to produce a great show. They have mentioned it before that to do a show they had to perform at a certain level and they never thought they would, as they didn't have a singer. Unless the show could be like before with a great singer and all the bells and whistles, they didn't want to do it. It is the idea of "if you can't do it right, don't do it all", which is something my Dad taught me also. Too bad more people don't subscribe to that, as there are way too many people satisfied nowadays with mediocrity. Once they found a great singer, they could move on to planning a fabulous show and it became fun again for them. As far as this guest business, Brian has started to introduce Adam as their new brother. I think he is family and part of the group nowadays!!

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Posted: 24 Aug 19, 17:48 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Haha.

No way this tour would be as successful with just Brian and Roger and no AL.

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Posted: 24 Aug 19, 18:55 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Miracle. wrote:

Snifflese Brian & Roger could easily have took lead vocals and your wrong it does not take 3 of them to make the tour successful just two as May & Taylor are rock gods they provide the music and the songs Adam as you keep saying is just a guest.


He is the guest at the party no one cares for. That's why his solo career is tanking as well.- SHit voice shit songs. Tasteless QUeen fans tolerate him destroying the Queen catalogue. If he was any good the huge promo would have made him a superstar. He is not. Far from it. He surely is making good money but that's all. Maylor will look back at this and say "What were we thinking" in a few years when Lameturd is long forgotten

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Posted: 24 Aug 19, 18:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

snifflese wrote:

I do agree with you, Rockchic, that Adam has learned the lesson of less is sometimes more! It is one thing you notice when you compare videos from the beginning to now. I mentioned it in a post regarding a youtube Brancelli had posted a few days ago. A vocal coach was critiquing Adam's voice and they were all old Idol and early day's videos. It is very apparent he does not usually sing like that anymore, which is a good thing. Sometimes he was a bit over the top and things like "Satisfaction" and the AMA were shrieky which is a word I never associate with Adam anymore. Oversinging lessens the impact when he does hit a really high note or has a cool riff. You don't even notice it among all the many vocal flourishes. However, he still does tone things down whether it is to preserve his voice or save it for a special show. That is always the case up here in NE as the next show is usually Madison Square Garden (or it was right before it) and he always goes balls to the wall just like in LA at the forum. He sings his heart out in all his shows, but that special high note or the elongation of a riff or going down where he might go up are things he is more apt to do at certain shows. I noticed in the Boston show again that although he sounded spectacular there were a few special things missing. And later on ATOP the ladies were mentioning how Adam was holding back for MSG. That is just the way it is. Often the first night of 2 where he is singing has a few more embellishments. He can't go all out all the time, but there does seem to be a pattern about where he really lets it fly. At first that bothered me, but the differences are minimal and I am sure LA And NY just have this special magic that brings the beast out in all of them. Those are the shows where his parents attend and most of his friends, so there is going to be a little extra something. And, of course, on a back to back (which half of the shows were), they might be a little more tired. That said, The guys put on a fabulous show every night at a standard hardly any other band can meet. I am just happy to be able to attend any show!! Mine was out of this world with Brian leading the way!

Sorry, Miracle, but I just totally disagree with you. Brian and Roger were never the lead singers even back when they were young and had the stamina for it. Nowadays there is no way they could pull something like that off. They need a great singer to produce a great show. They have mentioned it before that to do a show they had to perform at a certain level and they never thought they would, as they didn't have a singer. Unless the show could be like before with a great singer and all the bells and whistles, they didn't want to do it. It is the idea of "if you can't do it right, don't do it all", which is something my Dad taught me also. Too bad more people don't subscribe to that, as there are way too many people satisfied nowadays with mediocrity. Once they found a great singer, they could move on to planning a fabulous show and it became fun again for them. As far as this guest business, Brian has started to introduce Adam as their new brother. I think he is family and part of the group nowadays!!

Lametruds voice is as annoying as the forst time he destroyed q Queen song. He cannot deliver a hard rock song (and Queen have plenty of those): His voice in (semi-)Ballads is totally powerless (just listen to "Save me" it sounds like elevator music when he is siniging it - totally lifeless while Freddie was putting his heart and soul in it) and he still annoys the hell out of me while doing his vocal acrobatics espeically in WATC/WWRY and many others . Oversinging at its very worst


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Posted: 24 Aug 19, 18:58 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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snifflese wrote:

I do agree with you, Rockchic, that Adam has learned the lesson of less is sometimes more! It is one thing you notice when you compare videos from the beginning to now. I mentioned it in a post regarding a youtube Brancelli had posted a few days ago. A vocal coach was critiquing Adam's voice and they were all old Idol and early day's videos. It is very apparent he does not usually sing like that anymore, which is a good thing. Sometimes he was a bit over the top and things like "Satisfaction" and the AMA were shrieky which is a word I never associate with Adam anymore. Oversinging lessens the impact when he does hit a really high note or has a cool riff. You don't even notice it among all the many vocal flourishes. However, he still does tone things down whether it is to preserve his voice or save it for a special show. That is always the case up here in NE as the next show is usually Madison Square Garden (or it was right before it) and he always goes balls to the wall just like in LA at the forum. He sings his heart out in all his shows, but that special high note or the elongation of a riff or going down where he might go up are things he is more apt to do at certain shows. I noticed in the Boston show again that although he sounded spectacular there were a few special things missing. And later on ATOP the ladies were mentioning how Adam was holding back for MSG. That is just the way it is. Often the first night of 2 where he is singing has a few more embellishments. He can't go all out all the time, but there does seem to be a pattern about where he really lets it fly. At first that bothered me, but the differences are minimal and I am sure LA And NY just have this special magic that brings the beast out in all of them. Those are the shows where his parents attend and most of his friends, so there is going to be a little extra something. And, of course, on a back to back (which half of the shows were), they might be a little more tired. That said, The guys put on a fabulous show every night at a standard hardly any other band can meet. I am just happy to be able to attend any show!! Mine was out of this world with Brian leading the way!

Sorry, Miracle, but I just totally disagree with you. Brian and Roger were never the lead singers even back when they were young and had the stamina for it. Nowadays there is no way they could pull something like that off. They need a great singer to produce a great show. They have mentioned it before that to do a show they had to perform at a certain level and they never thought they would, as they didn't have a singer. Unless the show could be like before with a great singer and all the bells and whistles, they didn't want to do it. It is the idea of "if you can't do it right, don't do it all", which is something my Dad taught me also. Too bad more people don't subscribe to that, as there are way too many people satisfied nowadays with mediocrity. Once they found a great singer, they could move on to planning a fabulous show and it became fun again for them. As far as this guest business, Brian has started to introduce Adam as their new brother. I think he is family and part of the group nowadays!!

Lameturds voice is as annoying as the forst time he destroyed q Queen song. He cannot deliver a hard rock song (and Queen have plenty of those): His voice in (semi-)Ballads is totally powerless (just listen to "Save me" it sounds like elevator music when he is siniging it - totally lifeless while Freddie was putting his heart and soul in it) and he still annoys the hell out of me while doing his vocal acrobatics espeically in WATC/WWRY and many others . Oversinging at its very worst




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Posted: 24 Aug 19, 23:10 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Yep, Runner. You are a great judge seeing how your butt was never in a seat. Listening to youtubes that aren't really clear is a great way to judge a singer. Your opinion is worth less than zero as far as I am concerned. As are all of your useless remarks.

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Posted: 25 Aug 19, 02:56 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Mr Gandorb:

This is a wonderful set of videos from the last night. TALC took them and they are the unofficial glambert ladies who were some of the first to become his fans back in the Idol days (TheAdamLambertConnection). Their videos are always stellar and this last show was off the charts. I plan to show this one to my son who is coming home from Japan this week!
I have the ChromeStick thing so that it looks fabulous on the TV and we can pretend we are at the concert together!! Something to look forward to!!

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLn-NHWcSWQPEKfzcvXZavKvxvz2HReTR-

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Posted: 25 Aug 19, 13:41 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Look, I know that. What I meant was they were never the LEAD singer in a Queen show for the entire show. Of course, they each had their own songs within the Queen show, but I am talking about taking on all of Freddie's duties for a Queen show. I also know that they have toured, like with Kerry Ellis, but that isn't Queen music. To take on Freddie's duties and sing for the entire show, a show with the vocal demands of their music, they can't do that anymore. I am a big Queen fan, since the 70's actually, but I can enjoy what is offered now! I am all onboard with the new QAL format since I can finally hear Queen music live. That is a win win for me. I unfortunately never heard Queen live back in the day so I am really enjoying things now. I am sorry I didn't make myself clearer with what I wrote and thanks for being so polite with your post!! That was nice, Miracle! And I am a new fan of Roger's voice. He is so unique with that raspy tone. I loved listening to him this tour!!

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Posted: 25 Aug 19, 15:54 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Miracle. wrote:

Rockchic65 Head over to www.metalheadzone.com and read about Brian saying its all nearly over!


I checked the articles but they're just taken from his instagram with him saying the tour is nearly over (meaning this tour) and the other one of him saying "I hope there will be a next time" in New Orleans. He's already confirmed in reply to someone that he's on with organizing the European leg of the tour so although it may be the last US tour (who knows) there's definitely the UK/Europe and the one's already booked for next year in Oz etc. I wouldn't be that surprised if they ended it next year tbh but I'm hoping not.



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Posted: 26 Aug 19, 21:10 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Miracle. wrote:

Yeah i also read somewhere else where it said Queen are considering a farewell tour next summer.


How can they do a farewell tour when they ended in 1991? QAL was never a creative band but a cover act.
They can do a "Fuck Off Lamebert" Tour and I am all in. Lamebird may not sing a single note.