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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by KRZ4TELE, Feb 5, 2017.
I think he did, too
He was so badass
I pretty much guard my lawn from my front porch with a Remington 1100 loaded with double ought buckshot, and I REALLY LIKED THE LADY GAGA EXTRAVAGANZA HALF TIME SHOW.
If she was mine though, I'd get an eraser and scrub that stuff off that's marking her up though.
I have no beef against lip synching given the situation....as long as they don't lie about it.
It's just that I'm more impressed if they actually are able to sing while dancing, moving around, hitting their marks, etc.
The reason I thought parts were lip synched was that in some places she stopped singing but you could still hear her voice--
but maybe she was just singing along to a recorded tape of herself as mentioned. Same with the key-tar. It sort of looked like
she was playing it, but then it kept going after she stopped. In other places her voice just sounded too good, she wasn't out of breath,
there wasn't any fluctuation in volume as she moved about wildly.....made it hard to believe she was singing live. But a) if she had
a backing track of her own voice to help support her vocal, and b) she practices her singing on the Stairmaster all the time, and c) the
video synch tends to be out of time with the audio...then I can be more open to the idea that at all times when she was moving her mouth that sound
was going into her microphone and coming out of the audio I was hearing on my TV.
Awwww, c'mon man. Just go ahead and tell if it was getting close to closing time and she was sitttin' down there at the end of the bar you wouldn't sidle up to her and see if you couldn't buy a drink to go.
Actually, Stefani Germanotta:
I don't watch halftime or any of the commercials. It detracts from the game.
I'd say he was definitely singing and playing guitar live. I read an interview with his keyboard player who said the band were playing live as well but I can't imagine how they could have pulled that off with minutes to set the stage up.
I'd love to read an in depth technical article about exactly how they did it - and if they did, I'm surprised that some of the other acts, known for their amazing live shows didn't follow suit.
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If it was me, I'd just walk right up to her and say in my manliest voice, "Hamanahamanahamana hamana!"
As someone who is afraid of heights, you couldn't pay me enough to stand on staging that high that was constructed in under 10 minutes. Gutsy.
Pepsi sucks. They def have the superior ad campaign, but at the end of the day, it's still pepsi , blech
She sung in some protest stuff
It was pretty subtle, I'm thinking it went right by most of the audience there and on TV. (it was old) I'm okay with it, you could take it either way. I thought she did a daring, and high energy show, I unequivocally liked it.
Didn't see it. Once she started in to the barking, I was off doing something else. I love music, and all kinds at that, but not the high school pom pom variety. I don't mind a show with my music either, but choreographed dancing, flying around the stadium and pyro flashes never did do it for me.
^^^^ I agree. I didn't watch last night but just saw the performance now on YouTube. Not the kind of entertainment I'm into, but I have to say she earned my respect. Flawlessly done, she showed a lot of talent. And I for one appreciate that she made her "statement" without descending into vulgarity. Refreshing and showed real moxie.
Except one is a very great musician/entertainer and the other one was a genius. A genius.
But - I get your point.
Yes he was