«god, just found this awesome live now great Sisch. I've watched the video about 5 times ahaha Whoopee!!!»
sisch sings Makin Whoopee live
«You've come a long way since Groovy Night.
But the nerves come through in the treatment of the long notes. Deadly straight, like a crutch, no variation - almost like a musical straight-jacket, the opposite of what jazz is about.
This can be disastrous if out of tune, but tuning is luckily one of your strong points.
I think you would benefit from playing with a live band. You would feel the musicians feeding off your performance and you feeding back into it. It's an exhilarating feeling when it works. I'm sure you would feel the freedom you need.
I would be happy to have you in my Jam Session on a Monday night in Cambridge; my band is terrific - but you would need to bring the music along for this particular song, as the version shown here is not in the usual key.»
«Great singing Sisch! You have a lovely voice.
I think the guy beside you was more nervous than you were.
I got excited when I misread Sisch Makin Whoopee Live!
I put my headphones on, the lights turned low, my pants around my ankles
and then you started singing. Talk about a mood killer.
Job Well Done»
«Wow!! Great job Sisch. Your voice is great for Jazz.
I play the piano and jazz is fun,but I play old Rock n' Roll songs more.
Jazz made Rock n' Roll that's true,but Rock n Roll has more love.
Like Bella said you don't look nervous at all. Keep singing Sisch you are good.
Peace out and Rock on! Oh yeah I hope to see someday in the Tower of Song.
If you don't know the Tower of Song,just look up Leonard Cohen. lol!
I hope to see you in the Jazz hall of fame someday. Maybe?
«That's you ... then WOW!!! lookin' good ..
But anyway... Sisch, you have a very good voice and though you say you were nervous, are you kidding me... you should and you were enjoying it and thats just confidence ...
I can't get myself what I am saying... anyway ... you have a lovely voice ... »
«Damn sisch, that was pretty cool! You looked and sounded great!
Even though you seemed nervous at the start, it was real fun to see you starting to relax and get into it, and by the end you were looking like you've done it many times before.
I sing in a rock band, and I know what kind of thoughts go through your mind before you sing in front of an audience, especially the first time...bravo to you for not only having the courage and belief in your talents but also for doing it so wonderfully »
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