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berndog
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Apr 28th, 2009 05:07 PM   Edit   Profile   Print Topic   Search Topic

I have been working on singing but everyone here who said take training was soooooooo right. I have worked on my voice with CDs etc and that was good. But I have a party I am playing with a buddy in June so I thought what the he'll I'll get some help. Well I had my 3rd lesson today and I am very please with the progress.

I feel confident for the party now. I will be ready!!!!! I hope;)

thouston
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I love the blues!
Apr 29th, 2009 04:14 PM   Edit   Profile   Print Topic   Search Topic

Good for you! Eric Clapton talks about him learning to sing on the 'Me & Mr Johnson' DVD. He didn't feel he was a complete musician, until he learned to like his voice.

That's the same way I feel, plus you never have to depend on a singer 'front person', and when you go to a blues/rock jam you get to pick the songs to play, because you can sing them.

My motto is, if Bob Dylan can sing, anyone can sing.

berndog
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Apr 30th, 2009 10:58 AM   Edit   Profile   Print Topic   Search Topic

Thanks thouston I should have done this earlier in my life but for some reason I was very self conscious about singing.

So if you are having reservations about it JUST DO IT. No one will laugh!!!

I am learning a new instrument my voice!

steze
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Jul 30th, 2009 03:38 PM   Edit   Profile   Print Topic   Search Topic

"I have been working on singing but everyone here who said take training was soooooooo right. I have worked on my voice with CDs etc and that was good. But I have a party I am playing with a buddy in June so I thought what the he'll I'll get some help. Well I had my 3rd lesson today and I am very please with the progress."

Lessons can really help, but I'm in the exact opposite mode as you right now with regard to lessons. Sometimes too much focus on technique can cause a person to "think too much" instead of just being free and letting loose. Lately I have sung much better by singing tunes and working out difficult passages as I encounter them, instead of doing exercises.

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