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Post  Guest on Tue Sep 25, 2012 1:40 am



Voice type: Baritenor
Vocal range: G2-A5

Significant high notes:

A5 ("Circle of Hands" live Birmingham 1973", "I Wanna Be Free", "July Morning" live Birmingham 1973, "Look at Yourself", "Shadows of Grief", "Stealin'", "Sunrise", "Traveller in Time")
G♯5 ("I Wanna Be Free", "Look at Yourself" live Birmingham 1973, "Stealin'", "Traveller in Time" live Birmingham 1973)
G5 ("All My Life", "Bird of Prey", "Circle of Hands" live Birmingham 1973, "Dreamer", "Dreammare", "Gypsy" live Birmingham 1973, "I Wanna Be Free", "July Morning", "Look at Yourself" live Birmingham 1973, "Rock 'n' Roll Medley", "Salisbury", "Suicidal Man", "The Magician's Birthday", "The Shadows and the Wind", "The Wizard", "Time to Live", "Traveller in Time", "What Can I Do")
F♯5 ("All My Life", "Easy Livin'", "Tears in My Eyes" live Birmingham 1973)
F5 ("Bird of Prey", "Dreams", "Gypsy" live Birmingham 1973, "High Priestess", "July Morning" live Birmingham 1983, "Lucy Blues", "Midnight", "Pilgrim", "Salisbury", "Shadows of Grief, "So Tired")
E5 ("All My Life", "Dreamer", "Dreammare", "Easy Livin'", "Gypsy", "Look at Yourself", "Poet's Justice", "Salisbury", "Shadows of Grief", "Spider Woman", "Sunrise", "The Magician's Birthday", "Tears in My Eyes", "The Park", "What Can I Do")
E♭5 ("Bird of Prey", "I'll Keep on Trying", "Tears in My Eyes", "The Shadows and the Wind", "The Spell")
D5 ("All My Life", "Easy Livin'", "Echoes in the Dark", "High Priestess", "I Wanna Be Free", "Love Machine", "Salisbury", "So Tired", "The Magician's Birthday")
C♯5 ("Dreammare", "Sweet Lorraine" live Birmingham 1973, "Tears in My Eyes")
C5 ("Bird of Prey", "Easy Livin'", "Echoes in the Dark", "High Priestess", "July Morning" live Birmingham 1973, "Look at Yourself", "Poet's Justice", "Salisbury", "Set Your Sights", "Shadows of Grief", "Sunrise", "Sweet Freedom", "Tales", "The Park", "The Spell", "The Wizard")
B4 ("Come Away Melinda", "Dreamer", "Dreammare", "High Priestess", "I Wanna Be Free", "Midnight", "Tears in My Eyes", "Pilgrim", "So Tired", "The Magician's Birthday", "Traveller in Time", "Walking in Your Shadow")
B♭4 ("Dreams", "I'll Keep on Trying", "Love Machine", "Lucy Blues", "Rock 'n' Roll Medley", "Salisbury", "Suicidal Man", "The Shadows and the Wind", "Time to Live", "We Got We", "Wonderworld")
A4 ("All My Life", "Blind Eye", "Circle of Hands" live Birmingham 1973, "Come Away Melinda", "Easy Livin'", "Echoes in the Dark", "High Priestess", "If I Had the Time", "I'll Keep on Trying", "I Wanna Be Free", "I Won't Mind", "Lady in Black", "Look At Yourself", "Love Machine" live Birmingham 1973, "Poet's Justice", "So Tired", "Spider Woman", "Rain", "Real Turned On", "Shadows of Grief", "Stealin'", "Suicidal Man", "Tales", "Tears in My Eyes" live Birmingham 1973, "The Easy Road", "The Magician's Birthday", "The Spell", "The Wizard", "Time to Live", "Traveller in Time", "Walking in Your Shadow", "Weep in Silence", "What Should Be Done")
G♯4 ("Dreammare", "Dreams", "Gypsy", "I'll Keep on Trying", "Midnight", "Poet's Justice", "Salisbury", "Something for Nothing", "Tears in My Eyes", "(Wake Up (Set Your Sights)", "We Got We", "What Can I Do", "Wonderworld")

Significant low notes:
D3 ("Come Away Melinda", "Shadows of Grief", "Stealin'", "Sunrise" live Birmingham 1973, "Time to Live", "Wake Up (Set Your Sights)")
C♯3 ("Wake Up (Set Your Sights)")
C3 ("Rainbow Demon", "Rock 'n' Roll Medley", "Wake Up (Set Your Sights)")
B2 ("Lady D'Arbanville")
B♭2 ("Rainbow Demon")
A2 ("Can't Stop Singing", "Footprints in the Snow")
G2 ("Can't Stop Singing", "Footprints in the Snow")

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*Purple marks notes in backing vocals or otherwise muffled/obscured in the mix.
*Italics mark non-sung notes.


A very similar falsetto to Gillan's...
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Why not

Post  derpdederp91 on Sun Jan 20, 2013 12:19 am

look up another singer from Uriah Heep called John Lawton, guy seems like he has a pretty big range.. he was also a part of a band called Lucifer's Friend mainly and he sang with a number of other projects as well
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ntb7iFotGg8

This is what he sounds like, quite different from Byron..alot more Tenorish

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Re: David Byron

Post  My Fairy King on Sat Jul 20, 2013 5:24 pm

Just to bring to light this Thread again, I listened to the song "All My Life" and considering the changes occurred as regards reputing a note black ( For Example Ted Neeley's Thread and Ian Gillan's Thread ), what about affirming the "fullness" ( so black ) of his G5 and F♯5s?
From 2:02- to the end... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4_GdBeMrV4
I personally don't know about the "fullness" of the other notes, considering that I didn't hear them...
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Re: David Byron

Post  B6 on Sat Jul 20, 2013 11:01 pm

I'd
black them any day of the week
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Re: David Byron

Post  My Fairy King on Sun Jul 21, 2013 1:11 am

Please, Black them all!
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Post  B6 on Sun Jul 21, 2013 6:18 am

I
can't because I'm on a phone Sad
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Re: David Byron

Post  DonutsGalacticos on Sun Jul 21, 2013 6:23 am

B6 wrote:I
can't because I'm on a phone Sad

k i'm gonna send those forumotion guys an app to black those notes from your iphone B6.
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Re: David Byron

Post  derpdederp91 on Sun Jul 21, 2013 7:59 pm

might as well start blacking King Diamond's notes then because I can't hear a difference between what this guy does and what King does

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Post  B6 on Sun Jul 21, 2013 11:34 pm

What matters is if you can clearly hear a difference between what this guy does in the fourth octave and what he does in the fifth octave. King Diamond doesn't really matter in this discussion, because he's King Diamond, not David Byron.
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Post  derpdederp91 on Wed Jul 24, 2013 4:22 pm

Well I dunno, I think both him and King are very similar in terms of their higher voices and the ideas they use for harmonies in their songs... I don't see what this guy is doing as any different from just a well-produced falsetto that's why I made the connection to King... and that's why I don't see why this guy's notes are black but King's aren't

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Re: David Byron

Post  B6 on Wed Jul 24, 2013 11:16 pm

I do think King Diamond probably has some notes that should be blacked Handshake 
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Post  laci-dowina on Fri May 23, 2014 11:59 pm

Great singer.
Guys, you should add these notes:
Fantastic G5s in "July Morning" and "Time to live"
and an A5 in "Stealin´".


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Re: David Byron

Post  Medik on Wed Oct 14, 2015 3:49 am

16:07 G#5..
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Re: David Byron

Post  Prometheus on Wed Oct 14, 2015 4:04 am

Medik wrote:16:07 G#5..
Just a semitone off, it's actually G5. I'll take a look now at the videos you sent
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Re: David Byron

Post  Medik on Wed Oct 14, 2015 4:43 am

Prometheus wrote:
Medik wrote:16:07 G#5..
Just a semitone off, it's actually G5. I'll take a look now at the videos you sent
this man needs a big thread
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Re: David Byron

Post  Medik on Sat Sep 03, 2016 3:10 am

0:19 chorus A5..
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