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Cursive, aspects of the human voice

Title: Cursive, aspects of the human voice
Category: /Arts & Humanities/Artists
Details: Words: 1087 | Pages: 4 (approximately 235 words/page)
Cursive, aspects of the human voice
Kasher Cashing in with his Voice Cursive "The Lament of Pretty Baby" I saw something I was not supposed to see A ghostly memory that keeps on haunting me (The kitchen door was open a crack, So naively we peeked inside) Oh, darling sister, have they hurt you, have they hurt you? Oh, Pretty Baby, they won't touch you They won't touch you again We will fix this incident I don't want to be seen …showed first 75 words of 1087 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 1087 total…continue to convey the feelings that Kasher projects with his vocals. His style is similar to that of Fugazi's Ian MacKaye and Guy Picciotto. It begins with harmonics and slowly builds itself as the intensity of the song grows. If one were to listen to the song without Kasher's vocals, one would walk away from the song with the same feeling because the melodies follow the vocals so strongly that they almost speak for themselves.

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