John Garner

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John Garner

Post  My Fairy King on Thu Jun 13, 2013 2:31 am



Voice Type: High Baritone
Vocal Range: B1-B5

Significant High Notes:
B5 ("Pumped Up")
G♯5 ("Hell Hound", "Pumped Up")
G5 ("Ain't Got Hung On You", "Pumped Up", "Hell Hound", "Lady Of Fire")
F♯5 ("Hell Hound")
F5 ("Master Heartache", "Pumped Up", "Loe And Behold", "Woman Tamer", "Ain't Got Hung On You")
E5 ("Woman Tamer", "Hell Hound", "Pumped Up")
E♭5 ("Loe And Behold", "Pumped Up")
B♭4 ("Master Heartache")

Significant Low Notes:
B1 ("Gonna Fill The World With Fire")

John Garner is the lead singer and drummer of the band called "Sir Lord Baltimore", which released only three albums. Their first album (Kingdom Come) is notable for the fact that its 1971 review in "Creem" contains an early documented use of the term "heavy metal" to refer to a style of music. Anyway, the work made by this inactive band is great and their song "Lake Isle Of Innisfree", the title of which is taken by the poem written by William Butler Yeats, is simply fantastic! This thread could be the shortest ever created, but who cares...

*Orange marks notes with questionable registers: absolutely no use figuring out these.
*Blue marks probable non-modal notes.
*Red marks extremely bad, unimpressive or unintentional notes.
*Italics mark non-sung notes
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