Snagged from Boing Boing, just for y'all Bass freaks!
Tim Storms holds the World Record for the lowest note ever sung by a human. He can hit a G-7, or .189 Hz. It's so low you can't even hear it, but it's measurable. I like how Tim's website says "Biography of a Bass Freak." Tim also has the world's widest vocal range for a male. He was profiled this week by NPR's Morning Edition and also CNN. You can also hear Tim perform on the St. Petersburg Chamber Choir's new album, Tranquility: Voices of Deep Calm.
Sample on the Tube ...
2ch - Oppo DV981, AirTunes, DAC, JoLida 502, JBL L200+
HT7- Oppo BDP-93, B&K amps, Vandy 2Ce, 2Ci, VCC1, DCM TF600 & 4641
one stereo track 1:27, good sound - satisfying picture quality
I miss Karen's rich contralto. Zooey gives it a go.
I first ran into this cover of Pink Floyd's "Shine on Crazy Diamond" in this trailer:
Here's the full version:
I think it's a great cover that just happens to recall some of the backing singers on some old floyd tracks.
May not be to everyones taste ,but I have been into this for a while now and thought I can't be the only one ….
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