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Roger Chapman

Post  KeithMoonIsGod on Tue Jan 01, 2013 1:20 pm

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Singer for Family
Voice Type: Tenor
Vocal Range: G2-B♭5

Significant High Notes:
B♭5 - "Burlesque"
G5 - "Burlesque", "Hung Up Down"
F♯5 - "A Song For Me"
F5 - "The Chase", "Drowned in Wine" live 1970, "A Song For Me"
E5 - "The Chase", "Drowned in Wine", "Emotions"
D5 - "Drowned in Wine" live Glastonbury 1971, "How-Hi-The-Li", "Hung Up Down", "A Song For Me"
C♯5 - "Drowned in Wine"
C5 - "Burlesque", "Hung Up Down", "Shadow on the Wall"
B4 - "Burlesque", "Drowned in Wine", "Emotions", "From Past Archives", "Old Songs For New Songs", "Shadow on the Wall"
A4 - "How-Hi-The-Li", "Mellowing Grey", "Peace of Mind", "See Through Windows", "A Song For Me", "The Weaver's Answer", "Winter"

Significant Low Notes:
D3 - "Hey Mr. Policeman", "How-Hi-The-Li"
C♯3 - "Dim"
B2 - "Burlesque", "The Weaver's Answer"
B♭2 - "Dim"
A2 - "Never Like This"
G2 - "Hey Mr. Policeman"


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Re: Roger Chapman

Post  KeithMoonIsGod on Tue Oct 29, 2013 4:32 pm

Just went through Family's first two albums, and found a lot more notes, including a lot more low notes for Chapman, and some brutal highs by him. I hear a lot of Steve Winwood in some of his singing, and I'm now hearing elements of Chapman's singing that I've heard in other singers I like, such as Fish, Peter Gabriel (Who has stated that Chapman was a huge influence on him), and even some Steve Hogarth material. Definitely a very cool and unique singer.
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