Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Siobhan Magnus sings “Through the Fire” on American Idol Top 10 show.

Siobhan Magnus sings “Through the Fire” by Chaka Khan on the American Idol Season 9 Top 10 show.




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7 comments:

  1. "I think she has a true shot at becoming an incredible artist." -Usher

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  2. She had sung 2 sentences with higher notes. It sounded off key but she might be purposely doing that. Actually, she might continue to sing glass breaking high notes like Inva Mula who sang the Diva Dance in Fifth Element but not screaming. Her 3 steps each high notes were amazing. However, the judges never mentioned about it. If she could create her own rhythm to nurture her high notes, it would be more natural instead of sudden high notes out of no where. The last, she needs to be more stable in pitch as the judges only talk about her pitch. She needs to be confident. Who can make her stay? The audience.

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  3. If you really listen carefully to this performance, you can hear that her backup singers were off-key. I think that threw her off (as she was fine before they chimed in.) But Siobhan kept bringing it back and did deliver one of the most melodic lines to date right in the middle of this performance.

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  4. The wail near the end of the song is incredible, but unfortunately the whole performance was a bit pitchy:(

    Hopefully she stays true to herself and gives us another jaw-dropping performance next week, I'm sure she's safe tonight.

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  5. Siobhan has a lovely lower register which can be used to great effect. I think she might shine doing folk music. I'd love to see her connect to her Celtic roots. Wish they had a Celtic singer as mentor. It would be more interesting than the same old genres. I suppose country or disco is next. I sense a vulnerabilty and compassion about her and want to see this come out. Singing from an open heart is the key. Keep it simple Siobhan. You don't need to wow us with the high notes. Save them for special occasions to surprise us. You are still the most interesting performer on the show.

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  6. Siobhan three not climb was breath taking but when she came back to the lower notes it was like she was trying to force them out rather than going with her natural flow. coming from the bellows. it was like she was out of air. and using the no no in singing her nose . that is why it had that tinny effect.

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  7. I totally agree. Siobhan keep it simple. You have done your best when you kept it to youself and the audience i.e. all your early rounds including Paint it black. No distraction with musicians and backup singers on the same stage with you. Perhaps a single piece of musical instrument such as piano or guitar.

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