How to Learn Singing “That’s All” from Phil Collins

Learning to Sing ‘That’s All’ by Phil Collins

‘That’s All’ by Phil Collins is a fusion of pop and progressive rock. For a comprehensive understanding of the song, begin by analyzing the song structure and lyrics. Next, undertake the Pitch Accuracy Test and the Vocal Range Test to identify your pitch accuracy and vocal range.

Vocal Technique: Articulation

In ‘That’s All’, notice how Phil Collins articulates his words. Articulation refers to how speech sounds are produced or altered. Phil’s pronunciation is clear and precise, which enhances the narrative delivery. Learn more about this in Articulation, and perform the ‘Finger Bite’ exercise to improve your articulation.

Other Songs with Articulation

Articulation is prevalent in songs across various genres. ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ by Queen and ‘It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing)’ by Duke Ellington are examples where articulation has been used effectively.

Singing’ That’s All’

Start by using the Vocal Pitch Monitor. This tool will show the notes you’re singing, helping align your pitch with the original composition. It’s also recommended to study voice types and voice registers to understand your voice better. To avoid strain, read the article about opening your mouth and throat while singing.

Singing expresses emotions; hence integrate intuition, skills, emotion, and thinking into your performance. As a warm-up, try the 3 Minute Warm Up exercise, and to maintain a good posture, consider the Good Singing Posture video.

If you’re aiming to sing ‘That’s All’ or any other song across different platforms, the article on overcoming stage fright and tips for performing on stage may come handy.

Practice makes perfect – explore more songs in your vocal range using our Song Search, and start creating your performance set with our Song-book. Let your voice journey begin!