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Postby Mister Moon » Tue Jan 19, 2021 8:21 pm

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Postby Mister Moon » Sun Feb 14, 2021 5:04 pm

This woman's class has no limits. What a great version :


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xbulxF47CE

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Postby John » Sun Feb 14, 2021 5:32 pm

Mister Moon wrote:This woman's class has no limits. What a great version :


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xbulxF47CE

The human jukebox. She is amazing.

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Re: The Sayaka Alessandra Appreciation Topic

Postby STEVE MORSE » Thu Feb 18, 2021 8:44 pm

John wrote:
Mister Moon wrote:This woman's class has no limits. What a great version :


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xbulxF47CE

The human jukebox. She is amazing.


Spooky - a bit. I came up with the same description a few days ago, John.

She has one of the most versatile voices I've ever come across and that sits upon its sheer richness, texture, range and tonal quality. In fact, I don't have adequate words ("All the words that I'll ever know, still could not say"). Her delivery of each song is so infectious or, in the more serious ones, so believable - a bit like Elvis.

What other woman could sing Ring Of Fire ? - and then there's Sukiyaki, sung a capella in Japanese !!

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Re: The Sayaka Alessandra Appreciation Topic X

Postby STEVE MORSE » Thu Feb 18, 2021 8:47 pm

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Postby Mountain Mist » Thu Feb 18, 2021 10:18 pm

STEVE MORSE wrote:
John wrote:
Mister Moon wrote:This woman's class has no limits. What a great version :


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xbulxF47CE

The human jukebox. She is amazing.


Spooky - a bit. I came up with the same description a few days ago, John.

She has one of the most versatile voices I've ever come across and that sits upon its sheer richness, texture, range and tonal quality. In fact, I don't have adequate words ("All the words that I'll ever know, still could not say"). Her delivery of each song is so infectious or, in the more serious ones, so believable - a bit like Elvis.

What other woman could sing Ring Of Fire ? - and then there's Sukiyaki, sung a capella in Japanese !!




A Groove?

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Re: The Sayaka Alessandra Appreciation Topic

Postby STEVE MORSE » Thu Feb 18, 2021 10:42 pm

Mountain Mist wrote:
STEVE MORSE wrote:
John wrote:
Mister Moon wrote:This woman's class has no limits. What a great version :


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xbulxF47CE

The human jukebox. She is amazing.


Spooky - a bit. I came up with the same description a few days ago, John.

She has one of the most versatile voices I've ever come across and that sits upon its sheer richness, texture, range and tonal quality. In fact, I don't have adequate words ("All the words that I'll ever know, still could not say"). Her delivery of each song is so infectious or, in the more serious ones, so believable - a bit like Elvis.

What other woman could sing Ring Of Fire ? - and then there's Sukiyaki, sung a capella in Japanese !!




A Groove?


I don't understand your comment.


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Re: The Sayaka Alessandra Appreciation Topic X

Postby Mountain Mist » Thu Feb 18, 2021 10:51 pm

Hi Steve,

Besides your very true description of Sayaka's tone and voice, I was wondering if you were also looking for the adjective of "a groove".

Sayaka has such a good groove going.

She is a talented musician.

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Re: The Sayaka Alessandra Appreciation Topic X

Postby STEVE MORSE » Fri Feb 19, 2021 1:10 pm

Mountain Mist wrote:Hi Steve,

Besides your very true description of Sayaka's tone and voice, I was wondering if you were also looking for the adjective of "a groove".

Sayaka has such a good groove going.

She is a talented musician.


Oh, I see - it's not an expression I would normally use. ;)

I think we would all love a Q&A session with her. She doesn't appear to be particularly ambitious musically - maybe she's just content with what she's doing, which is quite refreshing. Just my supposition, of course.

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Re: The Sayaka Alessandra Appreciation Topic X

Postby John » Fri Feb 19, 2021 1:38 pm

STEVE MORSE wrote:
Mountain Mist wrote:Hi Steve,

Besides your very true description of Sayaka's tone and voice, I was wondering if you were also looking for the adjective of "a groove".

Sayaka has such a good groove going.

She is a talented musician.


Oh, I see - it's not an expression I would normally use. ;)

I think we would all love a Q&A session with her. She doesn't appear to be particularly ambitious musically - maybe she's just content with what she's doing, which is quite refreshing. Just my supposition, of course.

I agree. I reckon she could be very successful, but she doesn't seem to want to progress from where she is. She does (did) live performances with audiences in attendance, but I guess that's all put to one side for the moment.

http://www.sayakaalessandraofficial.com ... raphy.html

http://sayakaalessandra.com/recordings/recordings.htm

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Re: The Sayaka Alessandra Appreciation Topic X

Postby John » Fri Feb 19, 2021 1:45 pm

I don't recall seeing her at the piano before.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMq4vQWrSSo


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Re: The Sayaka Alessandra Appreciation Topic X

Postby Mountain Mist » Fri Feb 19, 2021 9:22 pm

STEVE MORSE wrote:
Mountain Mist wrote:Hi Steve,

Besides your very true description of Sayaka's tone and voice, I was wondering if you were also looking for the adjective of "a groove".

Sayaka has such a good groove going.

She is a talented musician.


Oh, I see - it's not an expression I would normally use. ;)

I think we would all love a Q&A session with her. She doesn't appear to be particularly ambitious musically - maybe she's just content with what she's doing, which is quite refreshing. Just my supposition, of course.



Hi Steve,

I thought that "groove" (groovy) was from the 1970's or so; however, (I love Facebook for this) the session musicians, from the 1970's, use this terminology up until today, when referring to really good musicians. I like the term, for me, it is all encompassing and a fun term used by professional musicians.

I would like to suggest that perhaps Sayaka may be trying to build her audience to make her living from Youtube.

The reason I say this, there is a gardening Youtube channel I watch, (plus there are many others) the couple on this channel make enough money to live very nicely, together, at home, with their children, while humbly and jokingly, planning for capital investments in the future. Good on them.

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Re: The Sayaka Alessandra Appreciation Topic X

Postby John » Fri Feb 19, 2021 9:41 pm

Mountain Mist wrote:
STEVE MORSE wrote:
Mountain Mist wrote:Hi Steve,

Besides your very true description of Sayaka's tone and voice, I was wondering if you were also looking for the adjective of "a groove".

Sayaka has such a good groove going.

She is a talented musician.


Oh, I see - it's not an expression I would normally use. ;)

I think we would all love a Q&A session with her. She doesn't appear to be particularly ambitious musically - maybe she's just content with what she's doing, which is quite refreshing. Just my supposition, of course.



Hi Steve,

I thought that "groove" (groovy) was from the 1970's or so; however, (I love Facebook for this) the session musicians, from the 1970's, use this terminology up until today, when referring to really good musicians. I like the term, for me, it is all encompassing and a fun term used by professional musicians.

I would like to suggest that perhaps Sayaka may be trying to build her audience to make her living from Youtube.

The reason I say this, there is a gardening Youtube channel I watch, (plus there are many others) the couple on this channel make enough money to live very nicely, together, at home, with their children, while humbly and jokingly, planning for capital investments in the future. Good on them.

You can get her to sing happy birthday for you for $15.

https://www.fiverr.com/sayalessandra/si ... XweK6xAf7U

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Re: The Sayaka Alessandra Appreciation Topic X

Postby Colin B » Fri Feb 19, 2021 11:48 pm

John wrote:You can get her to sing happy birthday for you for $15.


If you have to pay, I'd want her to visit in person to do the singing...
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