'barb4Adam' date='Nov 17th 2011, 9:58 AM'
Excellent collection of all MTV charts as of November 14th with background performance audio and pics....
Uploaded by Glambert3256 on Nov 16, 2011
'madamimadam' date='Nov 17th 2011, 6:52 PM'
QueenRockBand RT WOW!! ( Love It!!: 98% vs. Hate It!!: 2% ) Queen + Adam Lambert MTV @mtvema Performance: A @QueenRockBand Poll: http://queenrockband.blogspot.com/2011/11/...nos-kazino.html
'Lulu2365' date='Nov 18th 2011, 9:39 AM'
RT @terra_zephead 1 more Brian May talking about Adam http://bit.ly/rxbHTS Adam at EMA pink carpet http://bit.ly/v98esR
RT @terra_zephead: Brian May praising Adam videos http://bit.ly/vXa6AG http://bit.ly/v4lOMr 1 more to come + 1 pink carpet video
Terra & Devenlane didn't put the video's on youtube yet because they are Getty Video's and not sure if they would get taken down.
I've up-loaded them on my photobucket if you want to watch without downloading the videos
2011-11-09 - Getty - Brian May at Classic Rock Roll Of Honour on working with Adam
2011-11-09 - Getty - Brian May praises Adam at Classic Rock Roll Of Honour
2011-11-06 - Getty - Adam Lambert and Queen at EMAs
'Adam_Fan_Forever' date='Nov 18th 2011, 9:47 AM'
I don't recall seeing these here & I've been looking for them:
'madamimadam' date='Nov 20th 2011, 1:05 PM'
MTV Japan aired the EMA's this morning. Different camera angles. Amazing audio/video quality! Thanks to mmyy9.
mmyy9 720x480 MPEG-TS 520MB Medley and the end credits (also different) http://www.megaupload.com/?d=BHR90UQC Will upload the medley in HD later.
'madamimadam' date='Nov 20th 2011, 1:30 PM'
The above Megaupload link is for the TS file.
Here's the MP4 version download: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=1VTA37OC
'madamimadam' date='Nov 21st 2011, 4:11 PM'
You can vote every 6 hours...
'ssuussaann' date='Nov 21st 2011, 11:51 PM'
I found this review at DDD that was brought in from Adamtopia (I think by that Adam fan that some people are claiming is over-the-top and embarrassing, but IMO she's no Juneau or the the lawyer who writes for the Examiner, I forget her name). Sorry I didn't ask for her permission but the site and name is there, and this is too good to let it sit in one site IMO.
11.7.11 by Cassie
"But it's been no bed of roses. No pleasure cruise. I consider it a challenge before the whole human race, and I ain't gonna lose! We are the champions."
Adam Lambert burst onto the national stage in the 2009 season of Idol. An example of how talent can be discovered, molded, and created by the program, and then, go on to a successful recording career. ...... NOT!
Adam's whole life, since the age of ten, has been focused on being a performer and artist. He studied his craft for years, he pounded the pavement, he knocked on hundreds of doors which were mostly slammed in his face. He was undaunted. He continued to build his voice, build his performance skills, build his knowledge of music of all kinds. He had the talent, he had the training, he had the experience, he had the vision, he had the determination and perseverence.
At the EMA awards show on November 6th, Adam dug down deep and called on everything in his impressive arsenal and gave us a quintessential performance. This is not an emerging artist. This is not an effemeral pop singer here today and gone tomorrow. What we witnessed, what we heard, what we saw, was Adam claiming his place as a world class performer with confidence, skill and power.
The vocals were amaaaazing. He used all his technique, all his knowledge of his body, and produced a sound that was strongly influenced by his classical training and background. It was much more than singing the right pitches, hitting the right notes. The sound evoked the power and finesse of an opera tenor, while modifying it to fit the classic rock numbers. His articulation was crystal clear. His attack, his subtle bending of notes and phrases gave the performance the emotions inherent in the songs.
He claimed the stage with his posture, his presence, his prowling. At the same time, his performance was in service to the tribute to Queen, never elevating himself above the song or the members of the band. He started his ethereal vocals in shadow, as if saying, "Who I am is not important. What I am singing, what we are creating, what we are paying homage to is key."
He threw the focus repeatedly to Brian May, encouraging him, acknowledging him, egging him on, enticing him onto the catwalk with him, leading him out front to his fans. He at once threw himself into the performance with total abandon and fearlessness, subsuming who he was into the greater total of what was being created. Yet, by doing that, and by doing it so masterfully, he was also being quintessentially himself. I do believe that only Adam Lambert could have accomplished that performance that night.
Adam has arrived. Adam has claimed his power and his place. It is magnificent to see and hear.
'madamimadam' date='Nov 21st 2011, 11:54 PM'
terra_zephead EMA had highest audience ratings since 2003 :D i.e. more ppl saw the Medley http://t.co/MnKFzmv
'barb4Adam' date='Nov 24th 2011, 10:31 AM'
Adam's in good company these days ........
100 Greatest Guitarists......
#26 Brian May
Probably the only guitarist to get a degree in astrophysics, Queen's lead guitarist (and frequent songwriter) is a brainy adventurer who's always seeking new effects. An early goal of his was "to be the first to put proper three-part [guitar] harmonies onto a record" – like the orchestrated squeals of his solo in "Killer Queen." Brian May layered dozens of guitar parts onto individual tracks, building palatial walls of sound. Appropriately, even his instrument sprang from his imagination: His main guitar, the Red Special, a.k.a. the Old Lady, is a homemade wonder, constructed by May and his father in the early Sixties out of components including wood from a fireplace (he has been known to play it with a sixpence coin rather than a pick). It's yielded everything from the pirouetting, trebly solo in "Bohemian Rhapsody" to the proto-metal riffing of "Stone Cold Crazy." "I can listen to any player and pantomime their sound," Steve Vai said, "but I can't do Brian May. He's just walking on higher ground."
Key Tracks: "Keep Yourself Alive," "Brighton Rock"
'Rami' date='Dec 3rd 2011, 12:53 PM'
EMAs video Director's Cut!!
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'madamimadam' date='Nov 3rd 2011, 6:59 PM'
I'm adding this to our 'where to watch the EMA's' list in the OP - includes Red Carpet :w00twave: :
4evrmomof4: Another EMA UStream to watch @adamlamert performance on Sunday 3pm ET 8pm GMT red carpet> http://www.viva.tv/shows/2011_mtv_ema/
Smallzy @adamlambert dude. Me too. Arrive Saturday morning. See you at MTV EMAs?
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