Time to dust this off for 2012. Thank you for all the listens and kind comments last year-when I was new here & didn't think I should be commenting on my own page(@#!%&) live & learn. Merry Christmas and thank you all for your lovely support! xo
(K-track by 'All American Karaoke', purchased from iTunes)
For cheesy song week-2011, and the start of the Christmas season-Yay! :)
I loved K.T.Oslin the first time I heard her in 1987, and saw her perform in the Ontario Place Amphitheatre a couple years later - she was awesome, & so funny! It was great to see a strong, confident woman in her '40's make it big! Not an easy thing in the music industry!
" Oslin debuted in 1987 with 80's Ladies, whose anthemic title track made the country Top Ten and won her a Grammy for Best Female Country Vocal. The follow-up singles, "Do Ya" and "I'll Always Come Back," both hit number one and so did the album, which went on to sell over a million copies."
- K-track by The Karaoke Channel bought from iTunes
This is by request from Elle in Diverse Singers: Thank you for making me stretch Elle, I enjoyed doing this one. There was no way for me to hit the last note nicely though, please forgive it:)
K-track by MIDIFine Systems Karaoke, purchased from iTunes.
Bonnie Raitt is another of my very favourite female artists. 'Dimming of the Day' (Richard & Linda Thompson) is from her '94 album 'Longing in their Hearts'.
I don't know how to 'double' my voice on the computer, so I sang the chorus' again on a 2nd track after clicking on 'Deep Vocal'-haha it's me pretending to be a man lol :)
K-Track purchased from iTunes, by ProSound.
This was supposed to be a 1st try practise run, but I didn't have the 'juice' to do it again lol, please forgive the squeaky bits/notes, thx :))
K-track by Stingray Music Karaoke, purchased from iTunes
Maria McKee's 'If Love Is A Red Dress' is best known in the film soundtrack for 1994's
I did my own whistling - not good at it lol ! Had a hard time not 'blowing' up the mike :)
K-track purchased from iTunes by 'The Karaoke Channel'
'Imagine That' was written by Justin Tubbs for Patsy Cline, and was a minor hit for her
K-Track by The Karaoke Channel, purchased from iTunes.
I blew a couple of words, but, oh well :)) and still haven't figured out that chest-head voice transition thing, but I hope this just reminds you of a great song, & the great Patsy:)