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Post  Rodney Razorshorts on Thu Dec 20, 2012 12:11 am

Abacus wrote:Again: heroin.

You do know that you don't stuff it down your throat right?

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Re: Eric Clapton

Post  Guest on Thu Dec 20, 2012 12:19 am

Sherick wrote:
Abacus wrote:Again: heroin.

You do know that you don't stuff it down your throat right?
You CAN smoke it.

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Re: Eric Clapton

Post  Guest on Thu Dec 20, 2012 11:25 pm

The Layla album has some amazing stuff on it
I wouldn't dispute him as a LT in the early 70's in fact it would make sense
I just notewatched it ,Check this out

clapton gets falsetto B4,C5 and C#5s in bell bottom blues
really intersesting song for full high notes too
he gets an A4 and a Bb4

An A4 and Bb4 in 'I looked away' and another falsetto C5 by clapton

an A4 in 'Key to the highway'

I'm hearing a Harmony E5 in 'Layla'
Clapton may have overdubbed it ,It really sounds like his voice
The second chorus has a Bb4 in it as well

G4 full in 'Have you ever loved a woman' reminds me of Paul rodgers
Also a Falsetto slide from Bb4-C5,plenty of falsetto C5s in the song
Also what sounds like a Full C5 around 1.35 there are a few full C5 in this song
@2.09 there is a falsetto slide from C5-E5 (its very very quick)

B4-Little wing

Falsetto A5 in 'Tell the Truth' sounds like a Falsetto C5s and a D5 and E5 at one stage

Another A4 in 'Why does love got to be so sad'

B4-'Keep on growing'

I could go on....

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Post  Guest on Fri Dec 21, 2012 10:09 pm

Feel free to add these notes whenever sippe

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Re: Eric Clapton

Post  GeezerButler on Mon Dec 24, 2012 12:05 am

Martin28 wrote:The Layla album has some amazing stuff on it
I wouldn't dispute him as a LT in the early 70's in fact it would make sense
I just notewatched it ,Check this out

clapton gets falsetto B4,C5 and C#5s in bell bottom blues
really intersesting song for full high notes too
he gets an A4 and a Bb4

An A4 and Bb4 in 'I looked away' and another falsetto C5 by clapton

an A4 in 'Key to the highway'

I'm hearing a Harmony E5 in 'Layla'
Clapton may have overdubbed it ,It really sounds like his voice
The second chorus has a Bb4 in it as well

G4 full in 'Have you ever loved a woman' reminds me of Paul rodgers
Also a Falsetto slide from Bb4-C5,plenty of falsetto C5s in the song
Also what sounds like a Full C5 around 1.35 there are a few full C5 in this song
@2.09 there is a falsetto slide from C5-E5 (its very very quick)

B4-Little wing

Falsetto A5 in 'Tell the Truth' sounds like a Falsetto C5s and a D5 and E5 at one stage

Another A4 in 'Why does love got to be so sad'

B4-'Keep on growing'
Huge thanks!
Martin28 wrote:I could go on....
Feel free...

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Re: Eric Clapton

Post  GeezerButler on Mon Dec 24, 2012 12:07 am

Did I miss anything? Sippe, please update the first post.

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[u]Voice Type:[/u] High baritone
[u]Vocal Range:[/u] F♯2 - A5

Significant High Notes:

A5 ([color=blue]"Tell the Truth"[/color])
E5 ("Layla", "Have You Ever Loved a Woman")
C#5 ("Bell Bottom Blues", "Layla")
C5 ("Bell Bottom Blues", "Have You Ever Loved a Woman", [color=blue]"I Looked Away"[/color], [color=blue]"Have You Ever Loved a Woman"[/color])
B4 ("Bell Bottom Blues", "Little Wing", "Keep on Growing", "Bad Boy")
B♭4 ("Bell Bottom Blues", "I Looked Away", "Layla", [color=blue]"Have You Ever Loved a Woman"[/color])
A4 ("Bell Bottom Blues", "I Looked Away", "Key to the Highway", "Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad", "Bad Boy", "Layla" live 1999, "They're Red Hot")
G♯4 - ("Change The World", "Layla", "My Father's Eyes", "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" live tribute to George Harrison 2001)
G4 ("Have You Ever Loved a Woman", "Bad Boy", "I Shot The Sheriff" live One More Car, One More Rider ([color=red][b]needs confirmation[/color][/b]))

[u]Significant Low Notes[/u]:

F♯2 - ("Autumn Leaves")
B♭2 - ("Blues Power" live Just One Night)

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[size=9]*[color=orange]Orange[/color] marks notes with questionable registers: absolutely no use figuring out these.
*[color=blue]Blue[/color] marks probable non-modal notes.
*[color=red]Red[/color] marks extremely bad, unimpressive or unintentional notes.
*[i]Italics[/i] mark non-sung notes.[/size]

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Re: Eric Clapton

Post  Guest on Mon Dec 24, 2012 12:37 am

@GeezerButler
Thanks for getting those notes added Smile

All E5s should be Blue though
Thats the only Prob I Have
Other than that it is perfect Smile

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Re: Eric Clapton

Post  GeezerButler on Mon Dec 24, 2012 12:49 am

Martin28 wrote:@GeezerButler
Thanks for getting those notes added Smile

All E5s should be Blue though
Thats the only Prob I Have
Other than that it is perfect Smile
Done. Any other notes?

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Re: Eric Clapton

Post  GeezerButler on Mon Dec 24, 2012 12:49 am

E5 ("Layla", "Have You Ever Loved a Woman")

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Re: Eric Clapton

Post  Guest on Mon Dec 24, 2012 12:50 am

GeezerButler wrote:
Done. Any other notes?
GeezerButler wrote:E5 ("Layla", "Have You Ever Loved a Woman")
Yeah don't worry I can just change the color in the first post.

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Re: Eric Clapton

Post  GeezerButler on Mon Dec 24, 2012 12:53 am

By the way, don't forget to add this thing:

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*[color=blue]Blue[/color] marks probable non-modal notes.
*[color=red]Red[/color] marks extremely bad, unimpressive or unintentional notes.
*[i]Italics[/i] mark non-sung notes.[/size]

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Re: Eric Clapton

Post  Guest on Mon Dec 24, 2012 1:23 am

Just listened to Creams discography
D4 and G4 in Sunshine of your love
White Room from the 3rd album gets a G4
Outside woman blues gets A full G#4 and F#4 and falsetto A4 B4 and C#5
strange brew gets Falsetto A4 and B4

Cocaine also gets a D4
and Ramblin'on my mind from the john mayall album gets a G4
G4 in I shot the shefiff and an F#4 and an A4 at one stage
He gets E4s in Tears in Heaven

Honestly anything after DATD is nothing majorly important range wise
I think that DATD was the band where he showcased his vocals the most
With his heroin addiction i think he really gave up caring about what his voice sounded like and thats why the vocals on Layla and other assorted love songs sound so well

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Post  Wanderlust on Mon Dec 24, 2012 3:47 am

Martin28 wrote:Honestly anything after DATD is nothing majorly important range wise
You'd be surprised.

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Re: Eric Clapton

Post  GeezerButler on Mon Dec 24, 2012 9:53 am

UPDATE

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A5 ([color=blue]"Tell the Truth"[/color])
E5 ([color=blue]"Layla", "Have You Ever Loved a Woman"[/color])
C♯5 ("Bell Bottom Blues", "Layla", [color=blue]"Outside Woman Blues"[/color])
C5 ("Bell Bottom Blues", "Have You Ever Loved a Woman", [color=blue]"I Looked Away", "Have You Ever Loved a Woman"[/color])
B4 ("Bell Bottom Blues", "Little Wing", "Keep on Growing", "Bad Boy", [color=blue]"Strange Brew"[/color], [color=blue]"Outside Woman Blues"[/color])
B♭4 ("Bell Bottom Blues", "I Looked Away", "Layla", [color=blue]"Have You Ever Loved a Woman"[/color])
A4 ("Bell Bottom Blues", "I Looked Away", "Key to the Highway", "Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad", "Bad Boy", "Layla" live 1999, "They're Red Hot", "I Shot the Sheriff", [color=blue]"Strange Brew"[/color], [color=blue]"Outside Woman Blues"[/color])
G♯4 ("Change The World", "Layla", "My Father's Eyes", "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" live tribute to George Harrison 2001, "Outside Woman Blues")
G4 ("Have You Ever Loved a Woman", "Bad Boy", "Sunshine of Your Love", "White Room", "Ramblin' on My Mind", "I Shot the Sheriff")
F♯4 ("Outside Woman Blues", "I Shot the Sheriff")
E4 ("Tears in Heaven")
D4 ("Sunshine of Your Love", "Cocaine")


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Re: Eric Clapton

Post  Guest on Mon Dec 24, 2012 11:53 am

Abacus wrote:
Martin28 wrote:Honestly anything after DATD is nothing majorly important range wise
You'd be surprised.

Am not dimissing his later career as lacking range or anything
It's just he probably never hit anythin in the E5-A5 area again
I know the Cream reunion at royal albert hall definitely has something worthy of notewatching and i'm gonna get on that asap
He sounded very LT-ish in that concert

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