Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Prodigies Of The Day (video)

Wow. Just wow.


13 comments:

  1. That was fantastic! Loved her little eyebrow wiggle at the end there. ha! Thanks for posting this, Cary. :-)

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  2. I don't know. Let's hear it without all the sound mixing and post production.

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  3. Only Adele can get away with not enunciating.

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  4. meh, underneath the massive autotuning there's just the average little kid's voice. You can hear it in her lack of bothering to pronounce anything.

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  5. Yep, she really needs to learn how to enunciate. Give her a few years, though, and she'll be dynamite. Is that like the Hispanic Osmond family, where each kids grabs an instrument?

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  6. I think they're fantastic, and as far as enunciating, she's singing the song the way it was originally done and she sounds great!

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  7. Even if there is massive production, even if the is a lack of annunciation, she has amazing voice control for a young 'un. I got goosebumps when she hit the chorus.

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  8. Very amazing but her lack of enunciation bothered me a bit. She sounds like a little street urchin! ha I love the way she breaks her voice on the choruses!!

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  9. Sounds better than Adele. Give her a few years and some good songs.

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  10. WOW! I loved it. Sure, she's young, but she did a great job and has tremendous potential. I didn't think it sounded overly auto-tuned, but regardless, I thought they rocked.

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  11. Geez...tough crowd. She's 10 years old and she hit every note of a very difficult vocal. The enunciation may be due to the fact that English is not her primary language....and in fairness, Adele mumbles through half of the verses herself. I'd say the young lady has a bright future....but it's her brother that is the real talent. Thanks for posting this, Cary. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  12. My initial thought was that she doesn’t understand English and really has no clue on the proper pronunciation of the words. I am also wondering if her enunciation (lack thereof) may not be a speech impediment? If that is the case imagine the raves for overcoming obstacles.
    I also would love to hear her a cappella and sans the technical tweaking.

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  13. OOPS! I just reread my last post and it sounds horrible! Let me clarify (as if anyone gives a f*ck) I think she has a beautiful voice and perhaps her enunciation issues where due simply to english not being her 1st language or perhaps a speach impediment.

    There. Now I feel better.

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