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Great on cd, but live?,
This review is from: These Streets - Festival Edition (Audio CD)
I'm new to Paolo's music but after listening to the recorded cd and the live cd, I feel I'm sent into a time warp? because the artist on the live tracks sounds a good few hundred years older then the artist that recorded the first cd? Perhaps I'm being unfair, if so I do apologies but it still remains, I had no enjoyment from the live tracks as they had no resemblance to the recorded versions, unless they reversed the age of the artist for the original and then cranked it back?
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Initial post: 12 Jan 2008 04:57:30 GMT
F. Zamarripa says:
I agree, Paolo Nutini sounds like he is 60 yrs old when he sings live.
In reply to an earlier post on 7 Jan 2009 18:58:08 GMT
Sarah Tiffney says:
You must be insane. Paulo's voice sounds its best when he's live. I love the raw sound of his voice, the maturity in his tone is one of the key things about this unique singers style, its not adjusted and perfected as in his recorded music, its just him enjoying what he does best and having fun doing it, and it sounds ace!
In reply to an earlier post on 18 Jul 2009 01:49:56 BDT
psn: tqfan says:
tbh, it doesn't surprise me. i can't remember where i heard him live, on tv somewhere, and he sounded so different.
the same has to be said for james morrison. i love his music, yet he was the support act on the recent take that tour, and i couldn't understand a word he was singing. was not enjoyable at all. plus he spits a lot when he sings, lol.
to me, paolo and james are the same type of artist, so it wouldn't surprise me that a lot of tweaking went on after recording.
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