How low does the part at 3:14 go? Doesn't sound like George Michael but he is portrayed singing it and the albu mcredits have nobody else in the song singing it.
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Try this one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HeTUP6Rb8ww
2:28 is the point where low passage starts: he slides to brief lows at some point, any idea what they are?
Edit: Ok, it's George, he does it live too:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5IJyb2In58
Oh hey I know this song... lows are solid G2s and some short F2s. Pretty good
How bout in this version?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39DJOu6QKEM
Particularly the harmonies at 3:22.
G# i reckon
Sir, is this correct? I kinda thought she may be singing it a bit lower, but I can't figure out the harmonies.
Tarja is singing G#5 but the harmony is C#6... I think.
Starting at 4:50 there is some background mixed voice belting. What's the highest note there?
Trills up to B4...
What are the notes starting at 2:42? Reminds me a bit of Vedder by the way!
Also, what are the lowest notes in those George Michael links up there???
Top notes are strained Bb4s, a bit like Vedder I guess but not so powerful...
I’d like to know the highest note Sharleen Spiteri sings in this clip (maybe 2:05-2:25?):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wi6NBS65Lg0
Can’t get to the piano to check it, and all I can figure out is that the highest parts are just above my range.
What's the lowest pitch this guy speaks in the first like 40 seconds here? His voice is just unbelievably deep.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tvqKOIoh-XY
Quiet clip but it sounds like his voice is pretty fryish... heard some G#1s, G1, maybe an F1?