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Queen + Adam Lambert Seattle Set List

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Posted at : Monday, July 03, 2017

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Nanbert said...

Who else can "muster" a set list like that....let alone perform it?......with "hits" to spare.

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Nanbert said...

Adam must be exhausted after the concert!..Is it just my impression, or does he seem even more physically dynamic with Queen this time around...he certainly works hard, and has many great moves...and poses!

Also, imagine how draining it is on one's strength... getting in and out of all those tight pants when you're so sweaty... and doing it so often...with no rest in between...Oh my!

I can't tear myself away from the videos coming out!!! They "kicked it up" way MORE than one notch!...and everything's PERFECT!

Dee R Gee said...

Nanbert, I totally agree with you about how taxing the Queen songs are for Adam. But he has incredible strength and stamina. He knows how to take care of his voice.

Even Brian and Roger has mentioned that they don't think Freddy could have done what Adam does and still maintain his voice quality. Adam has immaculate voice control, tone, volume, nuance. Freddy was a master frontman, but I don't think he had the technical vocal skills. Brian and Roger recognize that in Adam. Not to mention his stage presence, humor, connection with the audience, etc. The whole package!

Nanbert said...

Yes, Dee R're "preaching to the choir" here. And just think, Adam's just approaching his peak. Tenors usually don't reach their full potential until around 36 years old.

I've noticed that Adam's lower register has dropped a bit more and become stronger over the past few years...while he still retains his full upper reaches. His superb technique will preserve his voice for many years to come.

And he's become a better and more polished entertainer through these years...and just plain fun. The complete entertainer!

BTW, no one remarked on it, but I was joking about Adam getting in and out of sweaty pants!
I thought it was funny...and not meant as a "jab". It's hard to "write" sarcasm! LOL