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Ted Poley

Post  Zedd Squared on Fri May 16, 2014 2:21 pm

STATUS: UNFINISHED

Voice type: Tenor
Total range: F2-E5
Sung range: B♭2-E5

Significant high notes:

  • E5 ("Don't Blame it On Love", "Slipped Her the Big One")
  • E♭5 ("Beat the Bullet")
  • D5 ("Don't Blame it On Love", "Lazy Days (Livin' in Paradise)", "Naughty Naughty", "Turn it On")
  • C5 ("Beat the Bullet", "Missing You", "Never Give Up")
  • B4 ("Bang Bang", "Don't Walk Away", "Escape from the City", "Feels Like Love", "Lazy Days (Livin' in Paradise)", "One Step from Paradise", "Slipped Her the Big One", "Turn it On", "Under the Gun")
  • B♭4 ("Beat the Bullet", "FU$", "Hearts on the Highway", "Never Give Up", "That's What I'm Talking About", "We Can")
  • A4 ("Bang Bang", "Don't Walk Away", "Feels Like Love", "We Can")


Significant low notes:

  • E3 ("Afraid of Love")
  • E♭3 ("Never Give Up")
  • C3 ("FU$", "Lazy Days (Livin' in Paradise)")
  • B♭2 ("Never Give Up")
  • F2 ("Naughty Naughty")

As a departure from my baritone metal singer threads I decided to do a thread for a rather itsagchord type singer. His work on the Sonic the Hedgehog games is how I became aware of his light, pleasant tenor voice although he's most known for his work in the pop/glam rock bands Danger Danger and Bone Machine. His music is hilariously cheesy but I enjoy his singing and I don't mind some catchy AOR in certain doses either. Much more note watching to be done.
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*Purple marks notes in backing vocals.
*Italics mark non-sung notes.
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Re: Ted Poley

Post  tf141soldier on Wed Sep 09, 2015 1:48 pm

Really? No further notewatching done on this guy? I like him and his bright, pleasant timbre, ditto for his music, probably more than I logically should.

Eb3s, C3s, Bb2s in "Shadows" as the lower notes; surprisingly dark, solid notes. High notes in "Shadows" are Bb4 and C5, along with a nice falsetto Eb5 at around 4:40 in the song.

He and Tony Harnell share an E5 in the backing vocals of "Race to Win". He's got some nice G#4s and A4s throughout, great sense of rhythm; tops it off with a solid B4.

From Melodica:
A4s and B4s in "Keep on Runnin".
A wail at the beginning of "Crazy" that tops at D5.
More piss-easy G4s and A4s in the pleasingly cheesy "I'll Never Break Your Heart".

From his solo album:
Bb4s and a few C5s in "Waiting Line".
A very brief F#2 followed up by F#3s in "Going Blind" in the first ten seconds of the song.

I'll keep tabs on him.
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Post  Zedd Squared on Wed Sep 09, 2015 3:13 pm

Would you like to take over the thread? I myself don't have much inclination to work on it anymore.
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Post  tf141soldier on Wed Sep 09, 2015 4:26 pm

That'd be fine by me. How does one go about doing that?
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