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Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by volumefiend, Aug 16, 2004.
Whats your favorite Michael Bolton song?
i can't think of the name of it,but you know, the one where he doesn't sing
For my money, it doesn't any better than when he sings "When A Man Loves A Woman."
I dont even know what he sings outside of "When a man loves a woman" so I guess thats the one
check here. this site is most definately todays favourite.
I haven't gotten past the main page yet and I'm in stitches.
What about the song from Hercules?
I'm gunna have a look at that page shortly.
"There was nothing wrong with that name until that no talent A__ CLOWN started winning Grammys!"
I like the ones where his hair sings backup.
It's the end of every one of his songs.
I celebrate his entire catalog.
I like the one where is head blows up when he goes for that high note.
Damn, you took the line that I was going to use!
I can't think of the name of it, but it goes something like this:
If I had a picture of a dentist's drill, I'd post that.
And maybe the wav. file. j/k
If I had a picture of some kind of specialized testicle drill then I would post that.
How precious... "the songs are the stars."
What nonsense. Michael Bolton Bellows The Great American Songbook.
Would anyone else besides me like to pimp-slap that smug grin off his face?
Seriously, I though his stuff with the band Blackjack was pretty good. They did one or two LPs for Polydor around 1980, Bruce Kulick (later with Kiss) was on guitar. Decent hard rock.
I've never heard his very first LPs, around 1976 or so he did two for RCA under his real name (Michael Bolotin) that are supposed to be in a Joe Cocker vein.
He also used to play a solo gig (just him and a guitar) every Sunday night at a bar in New Haven, CT back in those days, I was pretty shocked when he showed up as a blue-eyed soul man with a new last name. I was even more shocked when he became a big star.