Ben Barlow

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Ben Barlow

Post  thatsmad on Tue Nov 03, 2015 6:05 pm

Ben Barlow


Voice Type: Tenor

Highs
C♯5: “A Part Of Me”
C5: “Growing Pains”
B4: “A Part Of Me”
B♭4: “Can’t Kick Up The Roots”, “Rock Bottom”, “Kick It”, “Over And Over”, “Head To The Ground”
A4: “Citizens Of Earth”, “Gold Steps”, “Lime St.”, “Serpents”, “December”, “December”, “Smooth Seas Don’t Make Good Sailors”, “Rock Bottom”, “What Did You Expect?”, “Over And Over”, “A Part Of Me”, “I Couldn’t Wait To Leave 6 Months Ago”, “Sunburn”
G♯4: “Citizens Of Earth”, “Can’t Kick Up The Roots”, “Kick It”, “All Hype No Heart”, “Up In Smoke”
G4: “Threat Level Midnight”  “Can’t Kick Up The Roots”, “Gold Steps”, “Serpents”, “December”, “December”, “Smooth Seas Don’t Make Good Sailors”, “Rock Bottom”, “Silver Lining”, “What Did You Expect?”, “Over And Over” “A Part Of Me”, “I Couldn’t Wait To Leave 6 Months Ago”, “Tables Turned”, “Head To The Ground”, “Teasing To Please”

Lows
E3: “Gold Steps”, “Serpents”, “December”, “Smooth Seas Don’t Make Good Sailors”, “Rock Bottom”, “A Part Of Me”, “Teasing To Please”, “Fast Car”, “A Part Of Me (Live at Dr Martens)” “Growing Pains (Live at Dr Martens)”
D3: “Gold Steps”, “The Beach Is For Lovers (Not Lonely Losers)”, “December”, “Smooth Seas Don’t Make Good Sailors”, “Rock Bottom”, “A Part Of Me”, “Fast Car”, “A Part Of Me (Live at Dr Martens)” “Head To The Ground (Live At Dr Martens)
C♯3: “Serpents”, “December”, “Smooth Seas Don’t Make Good Sailors”, “A Part Of Me (Live at Dr Martens)”
C3: “The Beach Is For Lovers (Not Lonely Losers)”, “I Hope This Comes Back To Haunt You”, “Rock Bottom”
B2: “The Beach Is For Lovers (Not Lonely Losers)”, “I Hope This Comes Back To Haunt You”, “A Part Of Me (Live at Dr Martens)”
B♭2: “Rock Bottom”
A2: “Rock Bottom”
F2: "Gold Steps (Live Acoustic)

Italics marks backing vocals

Ben Barlow is the lead singer of the Welsh pop-punk band Neck Deep. He possesses a strong belty upper fourth octave that gets rougher the higher it gets and solid third octave. He rarely uses his lower range as most of their songs sit between G3 and G4. He sings almost always in chest voice and tends to belt anything higher with the occasional venture into mixed voice. Although he peaks his range at C#5 I believe if he sang a genre that allowed for head voice to be used (and/or learnt to use it) he could reach much higher. He has a nice softer singing voice that his genre doesn’t always allow for.

Tl;dr good voice with lots of potential and maybe a dodgy belting technique

Examples:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hztDSVbMKEw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOyYwzkQB98
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8NnQs3EtoqU


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Post  oftheatrium on Tue Apr 05, 2016 7:31 am

He hits an F2 at around 2:37 on this acoustic performance of Gold Steps https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtBx6-7cIO0
Pretty recent, but worth adding to his range

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Post  thatsmad on Mon Apr 11, 2016 3:13 pm

oftheatrium wrote:He hits an F2 at around 2:37 on this acoustic performance of Gold Steps https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtBx6-7cIO0
Pretty recent, but worth adding to his range

Thanks Very Happy

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