Wednesday, 28 November 2007

Rhyian:to sing Mariah & Whitney Song When He Wins

The X Factor 2007 winner will be given the song When You Believe by Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston. A fix - they've chosen a song with one singer in mind, er, Leona. What is it with Simon and the sort of melismatic power ballad warbling beloved of Mariah and her ilk? Is this seriously what he thinks tasteful/good pop music is about? Or are the rights to the song going cheap?
Exclusive Directors Cut of When You Believe Me

It is almost worth voting for Same Difference for the 'pleasure' of hearing them sing it; they only have a range of one octave (5 notes Sean and 3 notes Sarah).
I'm sure everyone can come up with a list of quality songs that would give the majority of contestants a chance to shine, ones that you wouldn't mind having hammered into your head every day for four weeks over Christmas. The winner should sing either one of the songs they've sung during the live shows,or, better still, why can't the public vote for the track to sing. Strange Fruit anyone? Anything, but Mariah.

RANT OVER
NORMAL SERVICE WILL BE RESUMED AS SOON AS...I CAN FIND SOME MORE PICTURES OF LEON AND A SWAN'S BACKSIDE

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Monty, that (and the swan article) was HIGH-larious!
Don't mind the jalousy of some in DS, please visit anytime. So what if you made money out of this?You provide entertainment and your humour is fan-tastic.
Loved the other posts but didn't realise I can post anonymous.
Thank you for changing this!
-antalmax-

28 November 2007 at 14:35  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for this blog. Its wonderful. I agree dont let that sour puss put you off. She's just a Leon fan trying to put you of your stride.

28 November 2007 at 15:55  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Its a wonderful blog. The best on the web.Keep up the good work.

28 November 2007 at 18:34  

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