Okay. I am completely obsessed with Hollis Resnik’s voice in this. I remember not enjoying her performance during this number and thinking she had some weird acting choices. Followed by her odd acting choices I didn’t enjoy how she was using her voice. I’ve seen her multiple times before and really enjoyed her, but I remember thinking how is the same women during this number. Going back and listening I actually love her in this role and song. I don’t know what it is but I love her performance. And I’m crazy obsessed with her voice. It’s so unique and different I just love it. Originality at its best.
I also LOVE the fact that she had a hard time getting the E to spin on disappear. She holds it a little longer and tries to get a full spin. It finally goes as she decrescendos. You hear it lock in and fully spin.
I love and appreciate an extremely thin, forward, pingy mix in women. I find it so fascinating and the more over top it is I love it even more. However, I also love a big, deep, mature, thick belt. Give me solely head-voice or sing in head-voice when a piece is supposed to be Belted. I will hate you and tell you it sounds atrocious.
Surprise! My car was broken into last night. This marks the 5th time my car has been broken into. As I’ve learned in previous times you leave nothing inside your car. Absolutely nothing. This time the bastards left with nothing. Sorry.
Well that was a waste of money and time. The replacement cable I got for my Shure SE425’s didn’t fix the problem. The earphone it’s self it broken. And the two year warranty ended in January. Fantastic. Absolutely fantastic. Now the real question is to send just the right earphone back to Shure for replacement for $70. Or do I just pay the $155 to get a whole new set? The $155 is still cheaper then the $400+ they are normally… Or is Shure pretty leant with warranties? I’m so frustrated.