too cold, too old
My vote goes to World Peace. What do you guys think?
Love the trigger warning at the end. Good work, AI Solo member!Opinions on the "best" singing by Morrissey, the former lead singer of The Smiths and a solo artist, can vary greatly among fans and critics. However, one album that often receives praise for Morrissey's vocal performance is "Vauxhall and I," released in 1994. This album showcases Morrissey's signature crooning style, filled with emotion, introspection, and a range of vocal techniques. Tracks like "The More You Ignore Me, the Closer I Get," "Now My Heart Is Full," and "Hold on to Your Friends" highlight his expressive delivery and lyrical prowess. It's important to note that this is a subjective opinion, and different listeners may have different preferences regarding Morrissey's singing across his extensive discography.
His Maladjusted voice, and even some of Southpaw Grammar always sounded to me like he had a cold while recordingHonestly, I can't choose between the velvety-ness of V&I and the newly acquired post-Maladjusted deepness of YATQ (and he was finally back to using falsettos!) (I don't hate his voice on Maladjusted, it has its moments but sometimes it's rather bland). So, these two for me.
gonna vote for Strangeways - it sounded like a best authentic version of him.
Last 4-5 records have all sounded a bit over-coached/forced like he's had lessons and it's knocked the charm out of his voice.
Strangeways struck the right balance for me...