- Prince doing "Dream On." Might have to tone it down at points but he could pull off the finale. - Rod Stewart singing "A Whiter Shade of Pale" and "When a Man Loves a Woman." - Cornell singing CCR's "Long As I Can See the Light." - Bobby Darin or Sinatra doing "Kissing a Fool."
Bobby Darin doing Bob Dylan's "Boots of Spanish Leather." Lady Gaga singing "I Don't Know How to Love Him" from Jesus Christ, Superstar Cornell doing Bruce Springsteen's "Seeds." Sam Cooke doing John Legend's "All of You." Roger Taylor doing The Faces' "Stay with Me." Tom Jones singing "Nessun Dorma" Jeff Buckley singing Harry Styles' "Ever Since New York" and Dylan's "Simple Twist of Fate."
Post by Fetty Mercury on Jun 28, 2017 23:19:33 GMT
- Freddie Mercury singing a crooner song would be interesting, songs like "My Melancholy Blues" show he could do that kind of singing, "Dreamer's Ball" as well. - Following up on Imp's post about Dio Sabbath, some of the more demanding cuts like "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath" and "Hole in The Sky" would be pretty obvious choices. - Obvious pick, but Michael Kiske singing something by Queensryche, given the significant Tate influence in his sound. "Queen Of The Reich" would be a good pick for him. On the opposite end '80s Tate singing "Keeper Of The Seven Keys". - David Gilmour singing "Heart Shaped Box" or something in that vein, that kind of gritty grungy belting he could do very well on tracks like "The Nile Song" or "Ibiza Bar".
I would love to hear Ariana do another Mariah song. Not just because of the obvious similarities between vocal styling but I'd also wanna hear her take on it and the improvement she's had since she did "Emotions" almost five years ago.
How can you love me right, love me right, if you don't get your money right?
Zach De La Rocha and Rage doing Prince's "Sign O' the Times." Rob Halford or Warrell Dane doing a dramatic, heavier reading of Elton John's "The King Must Die." Jim Morrison singing some of the darker stuff from Bruce Springsteen's "Nebraska," specifically the title track and "State Trooper."
Cornell singing "I Shall Be Released." Roger Daltrey singing "Gethsemane" Frank Sinatra doing Madonna's "Take a Bow" and "Maria" from West Side Story (maybe we'd get that mythological Bb4 he could supposedly hit). Roy Orbison singing Jeff Buckley's "Lilac Wine." Bruce Springsteen singing Johnny Cash's version of "Rusty Cage." American Recordings-era Johnny Cash singing Bob Dylan's "Restless Farewell" Bobby Darin singing James Taylor's "You Can Close Your Eyes." Jeff Buckley singing Joni Mitchell's "A Case of U." Paul McCartney doing CCR's "Travellin' Band."
Frank Sinatra doing Madonna's "Take a Bow" and "Maria" from West Side Story (maybe we'd get that mythological Bb4 he could supposedly
It would certainly be interesting to hear him try to hit that, I doubt he could sustain it for as long as it needs to be though. Still, the B♭4 is actually optional in the song, he could just do the version from the film with the altered melody.