Thursday, June 28, 2007

The Deepest Male Vocalist Ever Is.... !


Barry White?


Leonard Cohen?


Lee Hazlewood?


Paul Robeson?


Chris Barnes? (Cannibal Corpse)


Andrew Eldritch? (Sisters Of Mercy)


John Entwhistle? (The Who)


Calvin Johnson? (Beat Happening)


Maybe someone else???

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Who is the deepest of them all?

Most importantly... why?

Although I never expect music fans to have taken courses in audio concepts or vocal techniques, questions like these are a great way for anyone to try to wax technical about timbre without knowing where to start -- which makes the answer all the more awesome.

Go ahead. You try it. Who's the deepest mofo of the bunch?

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10 Comments:

Anonymous Crissee said...

Nils Frykdahl of Sleepytime Gorilla Museum. Not only can he hit very low notes, he sings them with a particularly low-sounding timbre, which really sounds amazing. Even more amazing is that he has an incredible falsetto as well.

10:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rick Astley

1:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pete Steele of Type O Negative?

A prime example would be his low tones at the end of 'In Praise of Bacchus' from the album 'October Rust'. He sounds like an 8 foot tall gregorian monk!

Awesome.

1:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Andrew Eldritch!

5:44 AM  
Anonymous Tricia said...

Well written article.

2:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

till lindemann...

7:00 AM  
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9:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ivan Rebroff. German-born of Russian Jewish parents, he sang a lot of Russian folk music as well as classical repertoire. *Seriously* deep voice, well worth checking out.

9:21 PM  
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