"Something" (2014 Grammy Winner for Best R & B Performance) from Snarky Puppy's live DVD/CD - "Family Dinner - Volume One" Buy it here: Physical: https://store.groundupmusic.net/collections/snarky-puppy Digital: http://radi.al/SnarkyFamilyVol1Apple http://www.snarkypuppy.com / http://www.facebook.com/snarkypuppy written by David Foster & Brenda Russell arranged by Robert "Sput" Searight, Cory Henry, Bill Laurance, Mark Lettieri, & Michael League produced by Michael League co-produced by Snarky Puppy recorded and filmed at the Jefferson Center in Roanoke, VA, on March 8, 2013. Lalah Hathaway - guest vocalist Robert "Sput" Searight - drums Nate Werth - percussion Michael League - bass Bob Lanzetti - electric guitar Mark Lettieri - electric guitar Cory Henry - organ Bill Laurance - Fender Rhodes Jay Jennings - trumpet (solo) Mike "Maz" Maher - trumpet Chris Bullock - tenor sax & bass clarinet Chelsea "Peaches" West - backing vocals Katya Diaz - backing vocals Rachella Searight - backing vocals engineered by Eric Hartman assisted by Avi Gunther & Jake Dempsey mixed by Eric Hartman mastered by Scott Hull film directed by Andy LaViolette filmed by Andy LaViolette, Brad Holt, Simon C.F. Yu, and Nikki Birch On March 8th, 2013, Snarky Puppy and a host of special guests convened at the Jefferson Center in Roanoke VA. The project was to record a series of live performances in audio and video that would bring attention and benefit to the ongoing work of the center. The Jefferson Center is a non-profit arts organization that is revitalizing a key neighborhood in Roanoke with the restoration of Jefferson High School and the renovation of the Shaftman Performance Hall. The hall brings world class music to the local community through the Music Lab, providing education and recording space for local children. The Music Lab at Jefferson Center is working daily to pull from every social and economic class of the Roanoke community and create the next wave of real, human musicians. They host low cost or free after-school programs for any interested young people filled with visits by guest artists, private instrumental instruction, and recording training. Wafting out of the little studios and rehearsal rooms on the third floor of Jefferson Center, you can hear Afro-beat in Swahili, hip-hop in Liberian Kreyol, the blues coming from the guitar of a 13 year-old prodigy, and the undeniable sound of young musicians growing. It's a thing that needs to be supported at all costs across this country, and by purchasing this record, you've done it. A portion of every sale will go to the Music Lab at Jefferson Center. "IT'S SOMETHING" Words and Music by David W. Foster, Brenda Gordon Russell (c) IRVING MUSIC, INC. ON BEHALF OF ITSELF AND FOSTER FREES MUSIC, INC. / ALMO MUSIC CORP. ON BEHALF OF ITSELF AND RUTLAND ROAD MUSIC (ASCAP, BMI) Not for broadcast transmission. All rights reserved. DO NOT DUPLICATE.
I found a way to do it and couldn't find any tutorials on YouTube, so I made one myself. Don't hurt your throat! Forgot to mention in the video, but you can also practice it humming. Check out my whistling videos: Flight of the Bumblebee: https://youtu.be/aHHr1SKjycQ Amazing Grace: https://youtu.be/Ah78Tyy_ABY Csárdás: https://youtu.be/CYKvS6Bbmlo Autumns Leaves: https://youtu.be/kssGeOJbYzc Close to You: https://youtu.be/1qL8wU9-u6M A different chord singing method (super high range) from Aaron Schumacher: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnETFD9mkCA The famous Lalah Hathaway with Snarky Puppy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SJIgTLe0hc Let me know if it works for you, and what tutorial you might want next!
November 20, 2013
Lalah Hathaway showcases her background singers, scats, and hits famed Polyphonic Tones (harmonizes by herself). July 2, 2016
what she does is called POLYPHONIC OVERTONE SINGING london jazz cafe november 2012... she did this thing with her voice that's magic
My attempt at 0:23 Hey, if you guys have any suggestions of how to improve this technique or want to learn any tips, feel free to add me on facebook, the name is the same of the channel. I just learned how to do this crazy trick, some people call this "chord singing" or "polyphonic singing". I think it's close to whistle tones because when i go higher with this technique, the "low note" disappears and turns into a clear whistle note.
its goes down starting at 1:42 Her vocals are amazing also.
Lalah Hathaway & Rahsaan Patterson perform a duet tribute to Michael Jackson singing his classic "Rock With You" at TBAAL Riverfront Jazz Festival in Dallas put on by The Black Academy of Arts and Letters Inc. (Follow Jawn on Instagram at http://www.Instagram.com/JawnMurray or www.Facebook.com/JawnMurrayWorld) Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED
Lalah Hathaway sings to Patti LaBelle at her surprise birthday party and Patti can't help but join in. (May 2010)
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