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Thread started 04/04/19 7:39am

cantstop

Falsetto Prince songs you would like to hear a deep voice version of

Even though Kiss is just fine the way it is, what if it was sang/recorded in his deep voice? wink
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Reply #1 posted 04/04/19 7:53am

radici27

Bambi

Live versions of Whole Lotta Love

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Reply #2 posted 04/04/19 8:55am

Genesia

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cantstop said:

Even though Kiss is just fine the way it is, what if it was sang/recorded in his deep voice? wink


There is an unreleased version of it in his natural register.

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Reply #3 posted 04/04/19 9:15am

Dazza

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Soul Sanctuary - it’s a little screechy near the end

Electric Intercourse - those live versions in his full voice sound so much better
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Reply #4 posted 04/04/19 12:33pm

RJOrion

My Love Is Forever
Love 2 The 9s
Do Me Baby
Breakdown
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Reply #5 posted 04/04/19 12:34pm

RJOrion

Sweet Baby
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Reply #6 posted 04/04/19 1:14pm

cantstop

RJOrion said:

Sweet Baby


YES!
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Reply #7 posted 04/04/19 1:19pm

cantstop

Genesia said:



cantstop said:


Even though Kiss is just fine the way it is, what if it was sang/recorded in his deep voice? wink


There is an unreleased version of it in his natural register.



Really!? Where does a guy find that one ? eek
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Reply #8 posted 04/04/19 1:40pm

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MOUNTAINS

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Reply #9 posted 04/04/19 2:45pm

Transformed1

all of them.

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Reply #10 posted 04/04/19 3:08pm

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The first three albums. He could sing in a higher octave without hitting falsetto. Stuff like "Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad", "Uptown", "Dirty Mind", "I Wanna Be Your Lover", "With You", and especially "Bambi" would be so rich in a different way.

But yeah, so many could be better... or at least different.

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Reply #11 posted 04/04/19 3:10pm

TrivialPursuit

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cantstop said:

Genesia said:

There is an unreleased version of it in his natural register.

Really!? Where does a guy find that one ? eek


If you're talking about the little guitar demo on a shitty tape recorder, ...okay then. But the other version is Mazarati singing, that Prince added his vocals to, and the hook-y guitar. However, the version we know with his more natural voice would be pretty hot to hear.

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Reply #12 posted 04/05/19 6:52am

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Willing And Able, Adore, 2 the 9s- I just can’t hear those any other way
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Reply #13 posted 04/05/19 7:06am

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Not sure why this popped into my head first, but Jam of the Year would be significantly better without the false. That song had tremendous potential but the studio version is lacking.
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Reply #14 posted 04/05/19 7:25am

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DarkKnight1 said:

Not sure why this popped into my head first, but Jam of the Year would be significantly better without the false. That song had tremendous potential but the studio version is lacking.

Agree.

JOTY and Get Yo Groove On sound better live in his lower voice IMO

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Reply #15 posted 04/05/19 9:42am

RJOrion

TrivialPursuit said:

The first three albums. He could sing in a higher octave without hitting falsetto. Stuff like "Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad", "Uptown", "Dirty Mind", "I Wanna Be Your Lover", "With You", and especially "Bambi" would be so rich in a different way.

But yeah, so many could be better... or at least different.




yep, i would definitely wanna hear songs from Dirty Mind without falsetto. like Uptown, Gotta Broken Heart Again, Do It All Night, Party Up...shit, "Sister" would be so dark with a more masculine vocal tone
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Reply #16 posted 04/05/19 12:17pm

PeteSilas

i wanna be your lover, it's strange but I cover that song, i do it both ways, sometimes in the same performance and for whatever reason, the audience always perks up when i go into falsetto after starting in normal voice. Women, for whatever reason, like a man who sings in that voice. Maybe it helps them relate or something, i don't know.

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Reply #17 posted 04/06/19 11:20am

laytonian

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Bambi

Live versions of Whole Lotta Love

You can hear BAMBI in P's "natural register" if you find the audio of the Rolling Stones second opening performance (11 Oct 1981). When they came back after the first disaster, they played everything in a more rock vein and P ditched the falsetto.

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Reply #18 posted 04/06/19 11:41am

ForbiddenFruit

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all of them.

maybe, but not The Beautiful Ones...

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