|re: NBAMN II - thanks!|
||judibogus 10:21 am MST 02/12/07|
|In reply to:||re: NBAMN II - thanks! - Laci 09:48 am MST 02/12/07|
|IMO, I think it's WAY COOL that a voice teacher is teaching his students to sing Steinman songs! :-) :-) :-)|
And I'm really digging the foreign-language tracks, as well as everyone else's contributions!
Kudos all around! GREAT job, everybody!
> Let tell you something about foreighn language
> performances. I am the siner, it was my idea to put this
> song into NBAMN II Sandor Venyige is a pro singer and
> teacher. The girs are his students. Lyrics are pro
> translated too by Attila Valla.
> TEOTH is only a demo, lyrics was writen in a night, Halali
> a halal is live performace from a school koncert.
> I think, the song are good and maybe professionaly done,
> but they have one mistake - the singers and translator
> dont have richts for them. So, that is the reason, I
> tought it could be good to show this song to other
> steinfans. It is not a shame to be a pro singer and a
> steinmaniac. Or is?
> PS: sorry for my gramar
> > Weird thing with PBTDL, Total Eclipse and the non-english
> > tracks (and pardon me for not recalling who all did what):
> > these are probably the best tracks on the album from a
> > production stand-point, but for me, they sound TOO
> > professional for this record. Especially with the foreign
> > language tunes, I feel like I'm listening to the Tanz
> > soundtrack (only in a different language that I don't
> > understand, instead of the language that I don't
> > understand that I'm used to hearing them in.) Is it fair
> > to critique a performance as being "too good?" Its kind
> > of like the ringer at the karaoke bar: better than
> > everybody else, but not what you came out to see that
> > night.
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