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Bernadette Peters - Broadway's Best
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#beginquote# Hi Pete, How about some of what I suppose you could call music. It's as if someone wrote two or three notes and than, thump,thump,bang,bang - it's just noise. Sometimes I wonder how some of the rock/pop singers would sound without all the mikes and other sound tricks that are used today. Probably would not be able to hear them and that would be a "good thing". There are so many talented musicians and singers who never make it, a few do. Guess, since I come from a musical family, my mother was a contralto - a Juilliard Grad and my father an accompianist, that I really want to hear good music and voices, whether classical, Brodway musical or popular. Most of what I hear is just noise and overmiked singing, if that is what it is. I know you asked about lyrics, but for the most part, at least today, who would want to hear them. I'm sure there are some very good ballads out there - but you'd have to hear Betty Buckley and others sing them. :) #endquote#
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