Thanks! Here's a cover I recorded just now pretty much. It's a section of Ayreon's The Theory of Everything which is an album of 4 epics divided into 42 different subsections. This is one such subsection called The Visitation that I think showcases some good theatrical sides of my voice. Originally done as a duet, I thought it would be good for my voice. Lemme know yer thoughts guys... picosong.com/7UrH/
Thanks Clem! Were you hearing the Tate-isms more in the lower parts, the higher parts or both? I wasn't necessarily trying for any specific vibe like that but a comparison to Tate is always good in my book.
I was getting it more from the highs, with the moments of subtle vibrato quite Tate-esque in delivery. The lows were good as well though, although a shade darker than Tate's usual low sound, probably a little more like Barlow's approach.
picosong.com/WW5s/ A cover of Genesis' The Carpet Crawlers I did last August. This is not the same recording as the one I did on TRP2 that some of you may have heard. This is pretty much all in one take - pretty proud of it.
I'm giving a listen to your Locomotive Breath cover because it's the only song I knew from these. It seems that your voice matured a lot since the last time I've heard you sing (even though you had a pretty deep voice since you were fairly young)! There were some minor pitch and timing mistakes here and there but overall it was pretty neat!
Just to confirm, that instrumental track is not the same from the album version right? The flute solo sounded a tad different from what I remember...