Louisa Tennille (Captain & Tennille)

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Louisa Tennille (Captain & Tennille)

Post  'S on Mon Aug 29, 2016 3:30 am



Voice Type: Mezzo-Soprano
Vocal Range: D3-F5

Significant High Notes:

F5: "Can't Stop Dancin'"
E5: "God Only Knows", "Lonely Nights (Angel Face)"
E♭5: "Crocodile Rock*", "Sad Eyes", "Until You Come Back To Me (That's What I'm Gonna Do)"
D5: "Can't Stop Dancin'", "Crocodile Rock*", "Lonely Nights (Angel Face)", "Love Is Spreading Over The World", "Superstar (Live)*"
C♯5: "My Boyfriend's Back*", "Your Song*"
C5: "Crocodile Rock*", "Feel Like A Man", "It's Going To Take Some Time (Live)*", "Let It Shine*", "Lonely Nights (Angel Face)", "Love Is Spreading Over The World", "Mr. Sandman*", "Please Mr. Postman (Live)*", "Superstar (Live)*", "The Good Songs"

Significant Low Notes:

B3: "Can't Stop Dancin'", "My Boyfriend's Back*"
B♭3: "Can't Stop Dancin'", "Mis Canciónes", "The Good Songs"
A3: Ain't Misbehavin' (Live)*, "Can't Stop Dancin'", "Circles", "How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You*", "Let It Shine*", "Little Saint Nick*", "Mis Canciónes", "Mr. Sandman*", "The Good Songs"
G♯3: "Let It Shine*"
G3: "Can't Stop Dancin'", "Little Saint Nick*", "Mr. Sandman*"
F♯3: "Circles", "Little Saint Nick*"
F3: "Ain't Misbehavin' (Live)*", "Circles"
E3: "Mr. Sandman*"
D3: "Mr. Sandman*"

Note: Seeing as the only sources of Louisa in pictures during the Captain & Tennille era are 70's video transfers and album/DVD covers, unavoidable video artifacts and printing/scanning issues are introduced so any such picture is of poor quality and/or has 'Moiré' patterns, unfortunately.
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Underlines mark notes found in more prominent and/or solo vocal parts.
*= Notes sang on the Captain & Tennille Show from 1976-1977 or the Captain & Tennille Christmas Show for Christmas songs.

The Mezzo-Soprano voiced singing sister of Toni Tennille, Louisa Tennille sang the background 'Alto' parts on 'Captain & Tennille' recordings, and so toured with the duo and appeared on the 'Captain & Tennille Show', from 1976-1977, singing the same parts. Described as having a restrained vocal style with a youthful timbre, Louisa provided a welcome extra vocal texture in Captain & Tennille songs, contrasting with sister Toni's brasher tone and sister Melissa's bell-like soprano. Her vocal abilities and range are even more commendable considering she had no formal vocal training, and couldn't read music.


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Re: Louisa Tennille (Captain & Tennille)

Post  Rockin' D on Mon Aug 29, 2016 12:15 pm

DEAR LORD THIS PICTURE IS ALSO GINORMOUS. PLEASE RESIZE THIS TOO. Shocked
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