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    Wonderful singer, one of my favourites of the 1980's.

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    She wasn't bad.She sounded like Rod Stewart and had the same hairdo or was it a hairdon't ?

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    Yes, I suppose she did, I hadn't noticed that before. Different Hairstyle Though.

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    I have always thought that Bonnie was a great singe, for as longer as I can remember liking and appreciating 1980s music and knowing about Bonnie's Music. I like Lost In France as well as I do Total Eclipse Of The Heart.

    Bonnie's voice was amazingly haunting just as Kate Bush was when Wuthering Heights was when I first heard it. It was amzing I think how Bonnie could go from a very low key to tone to very high - signing like that is so tricky to achieve and not often done on the scale as Bonnie could do and did.
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    the only thing is she is a smoker and as your voice is the main thing it has damaged her voice in later yrs.
    still cant deny she ha is a superb singer though.



    Quote Originally Posted by 80sChav View Post
    I have always thought that Bonnie was a great singe, for as longer as I can remember liking and appreciating 1980s music and knowing about Bonnie's Music. I like Lost In France as well as I do Total Eclipse Of The Heart.

    Bonnie's voice was amazingly haunting just as Kate Bush was when Wuthering Heights was when I first heard it. It was amzing I think how Bonnie could go from a very low key to tone to very high - signing like that is so tricky to achieve and not often done on the scale as Bonnie could do and did.

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    I thought her voice sounded croaky...

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    I did read that Bonnie's voice came from having her throat nodes removed.
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    great bit of info rich.
    i never knew that.

    well it sure worked well as she has had a long and successful career.

    Quote Originally Posted by Richard1978 View Post
    I did read that Bonnie's voice came from having her throat nodes removed.

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    Successful enough to have one of her songs played on the Churchill adverts!

    John

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    Ah Bonnie Tyler, a proper pop singer, sings a song the way songs should be sung, with feeling and sincerity
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8VGQTtENSs
    I really love this one , "It's a heartache", also reminds me of "Darlin'" by another proper pop singer, the great Frankie Miller.

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