RE: [Harp-L] Was Reality Check Now Froggy Voices
Ummm, I am the king of froggy voices. I have often said that I could be a great singer, if only my voice would let me. Sorry to say that there are froggy voices that do not have charm. If you need an example, I could provide you with a cassette tape on which I mistakenly attempted to sing.
Steve Webb in Minnesota, where I let my harmonica do my singing
---- Bradford Trainham <bradford.trainham@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> The king of the froggy voices... Might be that guy in Black Oak Arkansas...
> (Actually, I think his first name was/??is?? Jimmy).
> If he's not the king..., he's surely a frog prince sorely in need of a
> kiss.. But ??Who'd?? Want to do that?
> Brad Trainham
> (Harp content?)
> There ??might?? Be a harp in the studio version of their "hit" Hot And
> Really lovable people with some advanced ideas, right??
> Brad Trainham
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> Subject: [Harp-L] Was Reality Check Now Froggy Voices
> Alexander Savelyev quoted Tom Ball from an old post:
> even the froggiest voice can be developed and/or have charm (witness a
> couple of my heroes in John Prine and Dylan.)
> I guess it depends what you call froggy. I would say Dylan didn't start out
> froggy but BECAME froggy.
> And several times I have tried to make a list of froggy voices in Rock and
> Roll and realized the list went on and on. I wasn't calling it froggy,
> though -- I had seen the term 'adenoidal' some- where and it struck a note.
> Who is the King of Frogs?
> Joey Ramone
> Who is the purest Frog?
> Charlie Musselwhite
> Shockley (Down by the River)
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