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Lady Gaga rehearsing with Metallica.

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I’m not that keen on Metallica but think her voice is great on that.

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Wasn’t there a performance of this with both artists where the Microphone for JH didn’t work...

Or is that in my imagination.

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5 minutes ago, AndyTravis said:

Wasn’t there a performance of this with both artists where the Microphone for JH didn’t work...

Or is that in my imagination.

Wishful thinking maybe ......😮

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2 minutes ago, AndyTravis said:

Nope...it happened 

 

So there is a god 😂

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I thought this was a great match. Gaga and Metallica worked really well. 
the rehearsal sounded pretty good almost better than the final performance! 
mid be very interested in hearing more from the match up. 

the Fergie track leaves me asking why she doesn’t do more rock 🤷‍♂️
her voice would suit it very well. 
 

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11 hours ago, dave_bass5 said:

So there is a god 😂

So you don’t like Metallica. Plenty of us do. 

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13 hours ago, ubit said:

That is effin’  brilliant!

One of the best songs they've done for years, with some proper vocal talent. What's not to like? 🙂

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1 hour ago, ubit said:

So you don’t like Metallica. Plenty of us do. 

Who said I didn’t? Certainly not me. 

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Great to hear her in the first vid saying she loved hearing the bass when hed turned up, and that's where she gets her pitch from.

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It's definitely a weird phenomenon with rock music fans that they're surprised to find top flight musicians from "less worthy" genres are actually extremely talented. 

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19 minutes ago, mike257 said:

It's definitely a weird phenomenon with rock music fans that they're surprised to find top flight musicians from "less worthy" genres are actually extremely talented. 

What stuck me was a not so much she could hit the notes, but she did it in a way that suited the song. Ive seen quite a few ‘collaborations’ like this, where the guest singer has just come along and sung whatever song in her own style. Sometimes it just seems like two different songs. Gaga made it so she was part of the song. I liked that. 

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15 minutes ago, mike257 said:

It's definitely a weird phenomenon with rock music fans that they're surprised to find top flight musicians from "less worthy" genres are actually extremely talented. 

I dunno, rock is my main genre of music for what I buy and listen to but I generally think it's a case of end result often being better than the sum of the parts. 

Watching the Metallica documentary where they hire Trujillo made me think they were really, really bad musicians and that there must be a lot of studio trickery helping them. There's a vocal recording part that is absolutely painful to listen to. 

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2 hours ago, Drax said:

#justiceforJason 

Haha, all i meant was I’m used to hearing him sing it, i just wanted more of Gaga’s voice. 

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59 minutes ago, dave_bass5 said:

Haha, all i meant was I’m used to hearing him sing it, i just wanted more of Gaga’s voice. 

Their voices work so well together, her annunciation is much clearer and gives a great end result (she even manages to 'yarl' on occasion).

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1 hour ago, mike257 said:

It's definitely a weird phenomenon with rock music fans that they're surprised to find top flight musicians from "less worthy" genres are actually extremely talented. 

Yep, Fergie & Nicole Sherzinger did some great work with Slash which surprised a few.

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I'd never heard Lady GG sing properly until she teamed up with Tony Bennett, and then wow, what a voice. Likewise with Metallica, anyone who high-fives the bass player gets instant cool-points obviously. Would love to see this lineup in a live show.

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4 hours ago, uk_lefty said:

Watching the Metallica documentary where they hire Trujillo made me think they were really, really bad musicians and that there must be a lot of studio trickery helping them. There's a vocal recording part that is absolutely painful to listen to. 

They used to be a foooking machine, not the shambolic, disinterested, out-of-touch bunch of goons portrayed in that documentary. It's compulsive viewing. How did a band so, so good become so very, very bad? It beggars belief. I was a fan of theirs in the 80's when everything they did was immense and drifted away from them as the 90's dragged on. Even the band in the "Year and a half... documentaries are a unit. What they dissolve into over the following years is just staggering.

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11 hours ago, uk_lefty said:

Watching the Metallica documentary where they hire Trujillo made me think they were really, really bad musicians and that there must be a lot of studio trickery helping them. There's a vocal recording part that is absolutely painful to listen to. 

Just watching that now. Not seen it before. Quite entertaining. 

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17 minutes ago, Beedster said:

Some Kind of Monster is one great movie

Sorry, thats the one I’m watching now. I love how JH told Lars off. Ill try that line with my drummer at the next rehearsal lol. 

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15 hours ago, mike257 said:

It's definitely a weird phenomenon with rock music fans that they're surprised to find top flight musicians from "less worthy" genres are actually extremely talented. 

Agreed. I have watched a lot of interviews with rock dinosaurs where they often say 'I hate chart music but there's this singer called Lady Gaga who is actually quite good' as if no one else has heard of her.

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On 01/10/2020 at 10:26, mike257 said:

It's definitely a weird phenomenon with rock music fans that they're surprised to find top flight musicians from "less worthy" genres are actually extremely talented. 

Members of the James Last Orchestra were extremely talented, but I don't want to hear them play any Led Zeppelin 😉

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