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Roger TaylorHas Some Seriously Amazing Falsetto Vocal Skills

Postby nicksmithworld » Sat Jun 24, 2017 4:52 pm

Roger Taylor (drummer) From Queen Has Some Seriously Amazing Falsetto Vocal Skills
http://playback.fm/blog/roger-taylor-drummer-queen-falsetto/
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Re: Roger TaylorHas Some Seriously Amazing Falsetto Vocal Sk

Postby john21wall » Mon Jul 10, 2017 8:51 am

Roger Taylor was basically a male soprano, so he could hit all sorts of crazy high notes both in the studio and live that even tenors like Freddie Mercury struggled with, especially live. He's also the one who hits the super high note in Bohemian Rhapsody not Freddie. Freddie was a great singer obviously, but it was a little easier for Roger because he was blessed with a naturally high voice plus he was the only one in the band with any actual voice training.
 
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