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Date Posted: 19:33:29 03/06/05 Sun
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MAS BELIEVABLE NAMAN SI MARIAH TO SING WITH EMOTIONS ANG FEELINGS KASI ANG SONGS NA KINAKANTA NIYA SIYA NAGKOCOMPOSE. IBIG SABIHIN SARILING DAMDAMIN AT ISIP NIYA LAHAT YUN. SI REGINE WALA PANG NAKOCOMPOSE NA KANTA.
>>and who's the better singer between the two?
>>i'd say it's regine. like it or not. mariah may have
>>what you call a very unique voice... one that could go
>>low and go high... and can even whistle using her
>>second voice. but this is not always is the ingredient
>>of what a great singer is.
>>and what it is, you might ask?
>>to tell you, it far exceeds than how unique it is. i
>>chose regine because if you take a close scrutiny
>>about all their songs... regine's songs are well felt
>>than that of mariah's. mariah's songs are all (as she
>>sang) are full of acrobats. and in the end... it
>>somehow devoid of feelings, of sincerity, of
>>genuity... that touches every listener, and feel it
>>too. she somehow focused so much how her voice sounds
>>than how her message (song) delivered.
>>mind you, regine can deliver styles, power, restraint,
>>and emotions at the same time.
>>regine's way of singing can take you somewhere other
>>than impress by how soothing, how sweet, and powerful
>>at the same time her voice is. check her new album.
>>mariah on the other hand you can only be impressed how
>>stylish her voice. and then what?
>I think it's unfair to say that mariah sings with no
>emotion and all acrobatics...honestly, if you ask most
>of her fans, they would tell you that what drew them
>most to her is the messages that were in her songs,
>and the way she sang them, like she was sharing her
>innermost feelings to her audience. think of her
>songs in the past where she sings with almost no
>acrobatics, very low register, like "petals" in the
>rainbow album, or "close my eyes" in butterfly, where
>she pours her heart out, and I am definitely sure you
>would be convinced otherwise.
>And what adds to this is that she was the one who
>wrote them, which means she means it. I was compelled
>to reply to this post because it is utterly unfair to
>judge her when, in my opinion, you don't listen to her
>music and just base your opinion on what you see on tv
>or what you hear on the radio. Of course, she belongs
>to popular music, plus she's known as a diva with a
>big voice, so it is inevitable that SOME of her songs
>are like that (eg full of vocal gymnastics).
>The point is that to say that Mariah's songs are
>devoid of emotion is tantamount for me to
>acknowledging that you are extremely misguided or
>otherwise just plainly naive.
>In the end, it all comes down to choice. Mariah fans,
>like me, choose Mariah because we feel that we
>identify with her music more. Regine fans are free to
>do the same. I say this a lot, but her music has
>helped me through a lot of pain, and if only for that,
>Regine cannot even come close to how Mariah touches
>the lives of her fans. But then again, as I said, it's
>choice that draws the line.
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