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Old 13th January 2011 | Show parent
Here for the gear

The ummph that makes a song successful sometimes requires variance in fidelity. The importance of variance in fidelity not only applies to the musical instrumentation...but it also applies to the singer's voice.

Iron Butterfly's In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida with Doug Ingle singing sounded just right...his vocals fit right in with the song...perfect edginess, grunginess...etc.

Had it been performed by The Partridge may not have faired so well. :D