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Vocal Analysis of Shallow - Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper | Voice Teacher Reacts

  • Опубликовано: 29 янв 2019
  • Voice teacher Sam Johnson's reaction to and analysis of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper singing Shallow from A Star Is Born.
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    I hope this observation on how they sing helps you figure out how the voice works better, so you can learn how to make smart choices in your own voice.
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  • Elisa Leoncini
    Elisa Leoncini 5 часов назад

    You're a really good Vocal Analyst. Love watching the videos you comment on.

  • XO XI
    XO XI 12 часов назад

    You need to react to CHEN of EXO covering song called sorry!

  • penny miller
    penny miller 23 часа назад

    Sam we must remember GAGA is a singer,,,this is what she does,,,I thought Bradley did well but he's an actor, so we can't compare them

  • its2simple
    its2simple 3 дня назад

    “Everyone has inside them something very special...if you’re able to let that out, there is the potential to being great.” Forever encouraging. This is one of the reasons I love watching your videos.
    On another note, Cooper and Gaga sound amazing together. I get goosebumps listening to them.

  • Vanessa Santos
    Vanessa Santos 3 дня назад

    This was an amazing video. One of your most valuable reactions. 💕

  • Vanessa Santos
    Vanessa Santos 3 дня назад

    Lol you're so right about sounding good vs creating an emotional response. This is true for playing an instrument as well. It's actually uncomfortable to hear a person technically play right yet sound so robotic it doesn't feel like music anymore. Much better when you can feel the music playing through a person's soul not just thier fingers. I call this talent or charisma, but I've had people argue that talent doesn't exist. It's all about hard work and practice.
    E.g At a random bar one night and they had some girl singing. You could tell she was a professional singer with formal training not just a performer off the streets. Her vocals were perfect but she was absolutely boring. I felt like I should have been blown away with her skill but she had nothing special. It had personality in the sense that she wasn't just standing there but nothing that evoked an emotional reaction. It felt kinda confusing actually because I couldn't say tangibly what was wrong. I think her voice was also way too mainstream. Like there was no identification. I hope that makes sense.

  • Vanessa Santos
    Vanessa Santos 3 дня назад

    Bradly Cooper sounds horrible

  • Danae Dimash's Dear
    Danae Dimash's Dear 4 дня назад

    I agree with Jeniffer Santaguido .. loved your forgiving and even appreciative attitude towards an "actors singing" :)

  • Grant Parker
    Grant Parker 5 дней назад

    Any chance I could get you to react to The Decemberists - The Mariner's Revenge??

  • Zach Nunya
    Zach Nunya 7 дней назад

    We love you sam johnson

  • Jessica Tyson
    Jessica Tyson 7 дней назад

    "I believe in every single person" ....how refreshing if the rest of the world thought the same way.

  • Rose Red
    Rose Red 9 дней назад

    I love ur videos! Thanks for your efforts! And thank you for being so positive!!!

  • Warren Aquino
    Warren Aquino 10 дней назад

    You Gaga fan! ❤

  • Warren Aquino
    Warren Aquino 10 дней назад

    You Gaga fan! ❤

  • Samantha Fleming
    Samantha Fleming 14 дней назад

    Would love to see you react and analyse Tom Jones and Jennifer Hudsons battle on the Voice of This is a Mans World please :)

  • Guadalupe Lopez
    Guadalupe Lopez 14 дней назад

    Love love love your videos. You’re so educational lol. Would love to hear what you have to say about Chloe and Halle performances their harmonies are WILD. Thanks for making these videos for me to binge watch :-)

  • MissCaraMint
    MissCaraMint 16 дней назад

    I think you are right about the expression thing. It’s one of those things that I find different about singing vs playing the flute. There are so many ways to sing. While there is objectively only one way to play. That makes epressing yourself in some way easyer when singing, but maintaining tecnique while doing so is hard, and I think manny get so caught up with tecnique that they forgett about expression. When I play, I can focus so much on how to express the song once I’ve learned the notes.

  • MissCaraMint
    MissCaraMint 16 дней назад

    I loved this song I’m excited for you to anelyze it. I haven’t watched yet but I know it’ll be good.

  • Camimlez
    Camimlez 16 дней назад

    Please do Michael Jackson, I adore you! ❤️

  • Estelle Freitas
    Estelle Freitas 17 дней назад

    You’re stinking adorbs take my like and subscribe lol

  • MrZYON
    MrZYON 18 дней назад

    came in for the review, left feeling empowered. thanks sam:') you're awesome

  • Gabriela B
    Gabriela B 18 дней назад

    Please react to something by at the drive in or mars volta

  • Mark Edly
    Mark Edly 20 дней назад

    Incisive critique.

  • Nurse Bill
    Nurse Bill 22 дня назад

    You are spot on. I'm glad you agree with my assessment of her voice. That somewhat forced sound is not pretty. I think that Sam is a little too nice. He's always so constructive and optimistic. Thank you for this wonderful video. I learned a lot.

  • D Solis
    D Solis 22 дня назад

    Now the Oscars, Now the Oscars, Now the Oscars, Now the Oscars, Now the Oscars!!!

  • just.merder edits
    just.merder edits 22 дня назад

    Can you react/ analyze their oscar performance of shallow??? please

  • Chang Wang
    Chang Wang 23 дня назад

    I love this! The car analogy at the end is golden!!!

  • jimwatkinsanchor
    jimwatkinsanchor 23 дня назад

    You call it beautiful in its imperfections; I call it singing flat.

  • Vi Olly
    Vi Olly 23 дня назад

    Absolutely adore you, Sam!!! 👍💋

  • nadnerb
    nadnerb 23 дня назад +2

    Can you please react to Michael jackson best live vocals?

  • Jon Biavati
    Jon Biavati 24 дня назад

    I was so hoping you were going to do this or the version from the Oscars.

  • e dubb77
    e dubb77 24 дня назад

    Maybe not the best voice ever. But she has magic.....u cant learn that..

  • sleuth 2077
    sleuth 2077 24 дня назад

    I would love to see you work with someone and see and hear the before and after. If you had a student that was comfortable being filmed, i think it would make for some great content for your regular viewers.

  • Chantal Ward
    Chantal Ward 24 дня назад

    Everything you said about being vulnerable and sharing yourself through your singing is everything that I find difficult about singing/songwriting. I can’t let go and let myself be me or have those difficult feelings even in my own exclusive company. But hearing you say those things made me feel that if I’m ever ready to take lessons, I’d want to have you as my teacher. You’re so understanding and I feel like you could help me love my own voice and own it.

  • Jack Torrance
    Jack Torrance 25 дней назад

    Wow, Bradley Cooper does EXACTLY the same thing I did when I started singing and still do to this damn day. Relax your jaw Bradley! It was funny when Sam said that. I can remember getting yelled at by my voice coach when I was young, "You're not Eddie Vedder, stop trying to sing like him and relax that jaw." Hahaha.

  • Angel Leyson
    Angel Leyson 25 дней назад

    I love their blending its not a perfect pitch but the imperfections makes it really interesting, live singing is the best ....You could see the real emotions of the singer ....

  • uniturska
    uniturska 25 дней назад

    You're always so so sweet and positive! I'm not able to sing in front of other people, but if I were to take classes, you would be the type of teacher I would look for.

  • Tasha
    Tasha 26 дней назад

    Been meaning to watch this for days. Finally watched a Star is Born and quickly came here.

  • TheNudeMaker
    TheNudeMaker 27 дней назад

    What day are you going to review Tom Waits, sir?

  • Michael Gonzalez
    Michael Gonzalez 28 дней назад

    Wait... What happened to the long hair...

  • ShatDad
    ShatDad Месяц назад

    4:42 I say the same thing to my voice students :). Sing it the way you would sing it! Draw inspiration, and try your best to limit the imitations!

  • Mark Forman
    Mark Forman Месяц назад

    Fantastic assessment Sam, you are very good at your craft.

  • Fern Young
    Fern Young Месяц назад

    Now that I’ve experienced and am still experiencing the healing from vocal damage/strain, I lean toward making sure I have as best technique as I know how these days. However before any of that I was all emotion. The nice thing about writing songs is you kinda feel that emotion no matter what, but definitely shouldn’t get carried away. Unless, like you said about Gaga, you know yourself well enough to let it go at the right times.

  • Alysia G
    Alysia G Месяц назад

    Please react to Kelly Clarkson's cover of Shallow

  • Ryan Collins
    Ryan Collins Месяц назад

    I’d honestly love to see your reaction and analysis of Robert Downey Jr singing Driven to Tears with Sting!

  • Winnie Benjamin
    Winnie Benjamin Месяц назад

    Please do lady gaga's superbowl halftime show!

  • Dean Allen
    Dean Allen Месяц назад

    What do you think of Chris Cornell season s and then Adam lavine doing the song

  • Darkstar Star
    Darkstar Star Месяц назад

    Kind of off subject: I've lately been a bit obsessed with the movie Phantom of The Paradise (the score was nominated for an oscar.) I love the songs and the singing; would love to hear Sam's take on it.

  • Marie Howlett
    Marie Howlett Месяц назад

    Love your commentary and you are working that new haircut and 5 o’clock shadow, henny! “Laryngeal hinge?” You are a true expert!

  • Wes Erickson
    Wes Erickson Месяц назад

    Hey Sam, I don’t know if this exists or not, but I feel like there should be a structured “school of voice” (similar to ballet or Kung Fu in that there are basic “poses/forms” from which one builds a set of skills vocally).. I’m 100% self taught novice (not claiming any exceptional skill) but through my process I’ve come to understand that singing is partially about understanding how to deliver notes & partially about learning how to deliver those note in different ways (forms).. granted every individual has a certain range of notes that they can functionally deliver in any given form, but I believe that the more forms in which a person is proficient/ the more range that they have as an artist (as in kung fu & ballet).. I came across this as I was attempting to emulate “foolish games” by “jewel” (as a guy, it’s a reach, but I wanted to push myself) & I noticed a distinct shift in her style (& ultimately, form) within the song. Initially, she sings “liltingly”/ off the tip of her tongue and out of the front of her mouth to achieve that vulnerable seductive tone & transitions it back (almost operatically) to achieve the more powerful & resonating chorus.. she seems to do this to varying degrees throughout the song and I thought “is this what professional singers do? Blend styles?” Absolutely yes! So why is it that most vocal schools only want to teach “classic” (broadway or opera) stylings? There are tons of different forms to learn from various “distortion” techniques, to “genre styles”, to basic form “adjustments” that can deliver notes in different ways... I mean, is this what Juilliard does? Or, if not, why isn’t this a common thing?

  • Ace Cruz
    Ace Cruz Месяц назад

    I love everything about these videos and the passion you show for your craft............ That being said... I can't stop trying to identify the characters/players represented in the back in the form of pops and bobbleheads lol. I can't quite make them out

  • Zach
    Zach Месяц назад

    For the record Gaga writes and composes all pieces of music that she sings

  • nicoleborysowicz
    nicoleborysowicz Месяц назад

    Man, if I had had you as a teacher when I was in college, I would still be singing today. All of your critiques are always on point.

  • Pich Choco
    Pich Choco Месяц назад

    I agreed with you that she never been boring ...

  • Eileen
    Eileen Месяц назад

    Gaga is the best !

  • erica dodd
    erica dodd Месяц назад

    Lady Gaga rocks!!!

  • annettealmvik
    annettealmvik Месяц назад

    I love the movie the Song and them together in it. Feels real

  • A E
    A E Месяц назад

    He sounded tight because He was NERVOUS !!!

  • K Wampler
    K Wampler Месяц назад

    Love your perception on all your reactions to any videos you view. You don't focus just on technical critique, but over all performance on individual performers uniqueness.

  • OriginalNuckChorris
    OriginalNuckChorris Месяц назад

    Somebody to love Live Montreal 1981. Pretty please.

  • Diane Eby
    Diane Eby Месяц назад

    Ya gotta give Cooper credit. I don't think he was prepared to do this. He might sing in the shower for all I know, but to go up there in person to sing when he is not a professionaland did not get to warm up; dang dude! Gaga needs to keep him doing duos with her!!!!!

  • Julie Murphy
    Julie Murphy Месяц назад

    Let’s remember that Bradley Cooper isn’t a singer - he’s a wonderful actor who trained and learned how to sing. Bless them they’re so cute and fun together. ❣️

  • Bree jordan
    Bree jordan Месяц назад

    This performance he me in tears. Loved it

  • Never Know
    Never Know Месяц назад

    Value in imperfection. Well said young buck.

  • Doc Lewis
    Doc Lewis Месяц назад

    Thank you!

  • Mandy Bakker
    Mandy Bakker Месяц назад

    I always start wirh one of your videos and end up watching for an hour or more. I'm not even a singer, i actualy really suck, but i love how you explain everything and that your reactions are authentic. Could you review Led Zeppelin, Joe Cocker or Myles Kennedy with Slash?!

  • Doc Lewis
    Doc Lewis Месяц назад

    So happy to see your channel is doing so well. I was here long before and come back by to check in once in awhile. Lovely video as always. Keep up the good work and congratz on getting to 500,000 subs (soon)!!!

  • cruiserscreek
    cruiserscreek Месяц назад

    Please do Jeff Buckley, any live performance to be honest

  • David Ogilvy
    David Ogilvy Месяц назад

    I have been enjoying your videos for a while now. I really liked this performance. I loved the clear affection the have for each other and how they interacted

  • bluesnowflakes
    bluesnowflakes Месяц назад

    ru-clip.com/video/xmIp8j2cjDQ/%D0%B2%D0%B8%D0%B4%D0%B5%D0%BE.html please review a live Whitney Houston song, she’s a total legend.

  • Jill Shirley
    Jill Shirley Месяц назад

    I'm going to echo another commenter and say I'd love to see some Florence + the Machine analyzed - I would also really love to see you analyze Seth MacFarlane (who has a gorgeous voice imho). Personally I think technique only gets you so far - but emotion gets you the rest of the way, and is what people will remember. Even with technically very good performers like, say, Frank Sinatra. He connected with fans because of the care and emotion he put into his work, beyond the incredible technicality of his voice training.

  • Jaque line
    Jaque line Месяц назад +1

    “ I find value in the imperfections” - that's how I feel about one of my favorite singers of all time, a japanese singer-songwriter called Sheena Ringo. She tries to reach perfection with all of her being and in everything she does, and I love when she is caught by something unexpected, because I can see her reaction as a human being, and not a singing machine. Of course I want her to do a good job, I just don't want to see just rehearsal without soul. I think she (and other artists) can mix both. But when she performs, she rarely look to the audience, it's almost like watching a performance made in front of a mirror. But I still love everything she does, cause I'm a crazy fan. But yeah, I get the “ I find value in the imperfections”.

  • AngelWing 2300
    AngelWing 2300 Месяц назад

    Singing is about emotion and storytelling, if the person can sing perfectly but can’t make me feel then what’s the point? I like emotional connection, and it’s why I don’t care nor understand people that rag on singers for bad technique like Sia, Adele, whoever else, when it’s obvious their music impacts and has feelings. Or people that rag on BTS for not having “exploding” vocals, when they don’t need the exploding vocals to make me cry. Plenty of their songs without even high notes, like Sea, made me cry. I don’t even understand korean but I still the emotion and feelings through all their songs, and their ballads like The Truth Untold sound raw and so emotionally powerful, I always choke up. That’s what matters to me. I couldn’t care less if a singer can’t do bungee jumping with their vocals, that’s boring to me and why i don’t like many known pop artists that are just known for always delivering and being perfect but don’t make me emotionally connect.
    Singing is just like a poem, a novel, a movie - it’s there to say and make you feel something. I don’t get people that think if the artist isn’t technically perfect then they’re not a real singer nor worth hearing. That’s like saying a novel has to have a perfect cover, or have to be perfect 100%. Some books sometimes stumble and slow down, become a bit tired or slog, but it’s just for a bit and picks up and it’s still enjoyable all the same. Same for movies, games etc.
    Sorry if I didn’t make myself understand well, i don’t know how to properly explain it.

  • Cassie W
    Cassie W Месяц назад

    To me, this was absolutely perfect for a non-rehearsed version. So natural and organic

  • deLilahMai
    deLilahMai Месяц назад

    Heya! You should react to Best kpop Mr removed Girl group edition!

  • Rickey Graham
    Rickey Graham Месяц назад

    React to Coheed and Cambria - Dilirium Trigger at the Starland Ballroom

  • rawreen
    rawreen Месяц назад

    You really spoke to me about letting ppl have an emotional experience in my music rather then a ‘perfect ‘ performance. ❤️ So true in making a connection with your audience!

  • MissAlexis TheFam
    MissAlexis TheFam Месяц назад

    She was terrible the other night at the awards. Like horrible and her dancing made me fast forward her performance.

  • essentially me
    essentially me Месяц назад

    Singing is an art form, one that has been developed over centuries upon centuries. It was originally used to tell stories, ones that involved *emotion* and tried to provoke *feelings* in other people. The beautiful thing about music is that it was created to be a form of communication and understanding. Say what you want, but I believe that Sam has a very accurate interpretation of what it really means to be a singer and what is expected out of a performance. What fun is it to listen to someone singing *consistently* the same rendition of the same song over and over? Sure, technical skill is needed to a degree, but I don’t want to hear a robot on stage. Performers aren’t there to be pristine and perfect all the time - they’re there to perform and interact with the crowd on an emotional level, to really connect with them. I can understand the point of wanting them to “give their all,” however, I don’t want to see someone live in a performance who is emotionally disconnected from whatever they are singing. If I wanted to hear the same thing over and over, how it was originally sung from day one, I would buy the song and listen to it on my phone. There is almost *always* going to be some variation between one performance to the next, I don’t care who you are or how well you sing. You have to lead the audience on and leave them on the edge of their seat, waiting to hear something new and different; at least, that’s how I like to feel when I’m listening to someone live. As a musician, you don’t simply go off what is on a piece of paper or let that determine what you play - you give it your own voice and give the piece life.
    Thank you for viewing this performance Sam!!

  • Valentina Gomez
    Valentina Gomez Месяц назад

    Sam forgive me if you have already covered this topic, but can you explain what leads to people getting goosebumps/chills when they hear certain songs/people ?
    This song gives me chills and raises my arm hair almost every time I hear it!

  • Ludmila Maiolini
    Ludmila Maiolini Месяц назад

    I’m gonna be honest, Sam. I don’t understand half the stuff you say, but I still come here because listening to you is just so enjoyable I don’t even care that I don’t know what those technical terms mean

  • Lnathang
    Lnathang Месяц назад +1

    Please do an analysis of Hozier - Movement (Live) I beg of you 😂

  • Eva Vy
    Eva Vy Месяц назад

    Hey hey!! So i dont know if you understand beatboxing stuff but if you do, it would be great if you could react to "bigman - confused" 😊

  • Tessa Leijtens
    Tessa Leijtens Месяц назад

    You actually paused when she "slipped" with her voice...

  • ayda Ai
    ayda Ai Месяц назад

    please react to this ru-clip.com/video/_TpF4h4ytrw/%D0%B2%D0%B8%D0%B4%D0%B5%D0%BE.html iKON Junhoe & Bobby - In Love With You

  • EatLikeYouMeanIt
    EatLikeYouMeanIt Месяц назад

    React to these guys singing hallelujah! Voices of angels

  • Amanda Araujo
    Amanda Araujo Месяц назад

    Can you react to Rosalia

  • Mikayla Rodriguez
    Mikayla Rodriguez Месяц назад

    Please please please react to Miley Cyrus singing No Tears Left To Cry!!!

  • Emma Soemer
    Emma Soemer Месяц назад +1

    Sam is amazing. He makes it so clear and understandable without throwing insults left and right. I love the way he teaches!

  • Andrea Moore
    Andrea Moore Месяц назад

    I think it is 50/50. I need you to emote to make the words mean something but I also need the technical ability or I will be too distracted by lack of skill.

    EXO SARANGHAJA Месяц назад

    Heeeyyy, please react to EXO D.O.'s For Life solo english version! :))))))

  • Olivia Téllez G
    Olivia Téllez G Месяц назад

    Could you react to "Pentatonix - Hallelujah"? Here's a link for the live version ru-clip.com/video/haFHrfmfHbc/%D0%B2%D0%B8%D0%B4%D0%B5%D0%BE.html

  • Artie A
    Artie A Месяц назад

    Would you be willing at all to do an analysis of Nightwish's Ghost Love Score at Wacken 2013? It's caught some recent traction and I'd love to hear what you have to say.

  • Damira Dauletova
    Damira Dauletova Месяц назад

    Helloo, please do analysis to this singer ru-clip.com/video/jt14Cw8GwoA/%D0%B2%D0%B8%D0%B4%D0%B5%D0%BE.html. Please please please🙏💖

  • Ashley Purdy
    Ashley Purdy Месяц назад +1

    Please react to muse performing live! Such a vocal style, it'll be great to see your reaction!

  • Fiscalvids
    Fiscalvids Месяц назад

    You should analyse "Where did you sleep last night" from Nirvana unplugged!!!

  • Santiago Glew
    Santiago Glew Месяц назад

    Loved it, I was very surprise this actually sounded really good. I am about to watch movie so gonna keep your input in mind.
    I rarely ask for reactions videos but you should (as an opinion) listen to any video of marc martel, dude is precise and so talented. I would love to hear your comments about it.
    Thanks again, excelente as always!

  • Katey Silvs
    Katey Silvs Месяц назад

    Can you react to Jisoo of blackpink singing Clarity? Please i need your opinion or any suggestion about it. Thank you so much.

  • AMeU1030
    AMeU1030 Месяц назад

    Would you like to analyse to ONF's (a south korean boy group) songs? Especially their song "Complete" and "We must love"

  • Riksi80
    Riksi80 Месяц назад +95

    "You can be technically perfect, but have no ability to tell a story" -Lady Gaga, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert