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Mike Rowe

Post  Molandfreak on Sat Jan 03, 2015 10:53 pm


Voice Type: Dirty Bass-Baritone
Vocal Range: A1-F4
Lead Vocal Range: C2-E♭4

Recorded High Range:
F4 ("Dirty Jobs Theme Song")
E4 ("Dirty Jobs Theme Song")
E♭4 ("Vecchia Zimarra Senti" live interview w/Glenn Beck 25/Sep/14)
D4 ("Dirty Jobs Theme Song", "I Won't Send Roses", "Vecchia Zimarra Senti" live interview w/Glenn Beck 25/Sep/14)
C♯4 ("To Anacreon In Heaven")
C4 ("Dirty Jobs Theme Song", "I Won't Send Roses", "Oklahoma", "The Star Spangled Banner" live 26/Aug/2006, "Vecchia Zimarra Senti" live interview w/Glenn Beck 25/Sep/14)

Recorded Low Range:
A2 ("I'm Just A Hairy Guy", "My Way" live QVC karaoke, "Oklahoma", "Vecchia Zimarra Senti" live Q&A University of Florida)
G♯2 ("Vecchia Zimarra Senti" live CNN 2014, "Some Enchanted Evening", "The Star Spangled Banner" live 26/Aug/2006)
G2 ("I'm Just A Hairy Guy", "My Way" live QVC karaoke, "Vecchia Zimarra Senti" live Q&A University of Florida, "Sixteen Tons" live interview 2009, "Somebody's Gotta Do It" theme song, "Wonderful Feeling", "You're A Mean One, Mr. Grinch")
F♯2 ("Dani's Birthday Song", "I Won't Send Roses", "Soliloquy", "To Anacreon In Heaven")
F2 ("Dirty Jobs Theme Song", "I Won't Send Roses", "My Way" live QVC karaoke, "Soliloquy", "Somebody's Gotta Do It" theme song live duet w/Robin Meade  "Sixteen Tons" live interview 2009)
E2 ("Dani's Birthday Song", "Dirty Jobs Theme Song", "I Love Those Rough Jobs", "My Way" live QVC karaoke, "Sixteen Tons" live interview 2009)
E♭2 ("I Won't Send Roses", "The Star Spangled Banner" live 26/Aug/2006, "You're A Mean One, Mr. Grinch" Facebook video)
D2 ("Dirty Jobs Theme Song", "Vecchia Zimarra Senti" live Q&A University of Florida, "Sixteen Tons" live interview 2009)
C♯2 ("I Won't Send Roses", "You're A Mean One, Mr. Grinch" YouTube video)
C2 ("Dirty Jobs Theme Song")
A1 ("Dirty Jobs Theme Song")
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*Purple marks notes in backing vocals or notes otherwise obscured in the song mix.
*Italics mark non-melodic notes.


Mike Rowe, famous for hosting the television shows Dirty Jobs and Somebody's Gotta Do It, was also a singer in the Baltimore Opera in the early 1980s. Throughout his shows, he is known for his extremely deep talking voice, which is apparent in his singing as well.

FURTHER LISTENING:


NOTE: Barskey doesn't sing the C2, Mike provided all of the vocal tracks for this song.






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Post  AcapellaBass on Wed Jan 07, 2015 4:11 am

What an awesome voice!
Could you give me the timestamp for the F#1 and A1 in the Theme Song?

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Post  Molandfreak on Wed Jan 07, 2015 5:01 am

Admittedly I'm not good at pitching backing vocals! But I hear at 1:36 and maybe a few other places "all you got to do is get yourself a DIR-TY JOB" C2-C2-A1 (or maybe B♭1). I don't know what I was thinking with that F♯1, though. Maybe a generously pitched undertone...
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