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    Re: Scotty McCreery Season 10

    Wow! Scotty's energy on that first song was THROUGH THE ROOF! Just what he needed. Dancing with the devil, indeed!
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    Re: Scotty McCreery Season 10

    Sorry, but his second song was drab & dreary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by razorbacker View Post
    Sorry, but his second song was drab & dreary.
    It never was an exciting song even when it was song by Willie. The essence in that song is in its meaning.

    There probably are more powerful songs from the 60s he could have chosen.

    He did show me a lot of showmanship on the first song. He worked the stage, especially for a 16? year-old kid.

    The girls love him. Someone called him a cross between Alred E Newman and Howdy Doody. He's not hot. He's just an all American kid who has a lot of charm and a great voice. I love those low notes!
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    When she sings with him, that will help him, too...
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    Re: Scotty McCreery Season 10

    I loved his first number, but the second song was off key IMO. It didn't seem like he tries to hit the notes very hard. I wish he would.

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    Re: Scotty McCreery Season 10

    Quote Originally Posted by razorbacker View Post
    Sorry, but his second song was drab & dreary.
    It is no matter who sings it. I thought he sounded good.
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    Like many, I thought Scotty's first song was great and I could tell how much fun he was having.. for me it was the perfect stage performance But, I've never really been a fan of Always on My Mind, I find it boring and mundane but Scotty did ok with an ok song.
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    Re: Scotty McCreery Season 10

    I thought Scotty did well with both song selections. In fact, I thought he did the best last night vocally.
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    Re: Scotty McCreery Season 10

    Quote Originally Posted by Babycakee View Post
    Like many, I thought Scotty's first song was great and I could tell how much fun he was having.. for me it was the perfect stage performance But, I've never really been a fan of Always on My Mind, I find it boring and mundane but Scotty did ok with an ok song.
    This is how I felt as well. When ever I hear Always on My Mind, I turn the station lol. Willie Nelson is not for me musically to start with. Loved Scotty's first song though. He was having a blast and took us all along for the ride with him.

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    Re: Scotty McCreery Season 10

    I watch him and smile. He was having such a good time and he did a really good job vocally. Some of his movements with the arms and hands just are so him, but really they do have a bit of a hip-hop attitude (that's the closest I can come to describing what I see) and it just isn't typical of what I would expect to see coming from someone singing their little country heart out, yet it worked.

    Just my little observation, in my little world.

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    Re: Scotty McCreery Season 10

    Scotty reminds me of another North Carolinian, who was a big country singer in the 70's and 80's, named Randy Travis.

    Here's a link. The voice is even similar.

    YouTube - Randy Travis - Diggin Up Bones

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