#3
he has to be one of the greatest vocalists in music
next to bing crosby
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Does anyone body know which of his songs he wrote?

Cause I know he wrote one or two of them , I tihnk one was a hit as well...
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He's incredible, my favorite album has to be Sinatra at the Sands with Count Basie.
#8
so i was listening to an interview he did on one of his cds and he said he learned how to breath while singing a note without a break, thats how he held the real long notes. he said he learned from a trombone player who did the same thing and it took him a long time to get it to work. i personally found that absolutely amazing and now have a new goal in life.
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so i was listening to an interview he did on one of his cds and he said he learned how to breath while singing a note without a break, thats how he held the real long notes. he said he learned from a trombone player who did the same thing and it took him a long time to get it to work. i personally found that absolutely amazing and now have a new goal in life.



It's called circular breathing, lots of brass/wind players learn to do it. It's just breathing in through your nose whilst simultaenously breathing out (sing/playing) your mouth so you can keep going.

I never learnt to do it while I played trmpet...beacuse I wasn't into it at all, but my teacher said people often practice using a glass of water and a straw. The aim being to blow bubbles and try and breathe in through your nose and keep blowing bubbles.

You could try that.

Try not to take in a big breath of water down the wrong pipe :p
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