How to Learn Singing “These Eyes” from The Guess Who

How to Learn Singing “These Eyes” by The Guess Who

Learning to sing a particular song requires careful observation, practice, and understanding of the unique vocal techniques used in the song. In this article, we will explore how to learn singing “These Eyes” by The Guess Who, a classic rock song known for its soulful melody and emotive vocal performance.

1. Analyze Your Voice

Before diving into learning the song, it’s essential to analyze your voice and understand your vocal range. Take the Vocal Range Test offered by Singing Carrots to determine your vocal range and compare it with famous singers who have similar ranges.

2. Vocal Technique: Twang

One of the unique vocal techniques used in “These Eyes” is twang. Twang is a resonance adjustment that adds brightness and clarity to your voice. To learn how to use twang effectively, follow the How to Twang Exercise from Singing Carrots’ skill-related videos.

3. Choosing the Right Key

Selecting the right key for “These Eyes” is crucial for comfortable singing. Take the Vocal Range Test again and make sure the key of the song falls within your vocal range. Singing Carrots’ Song Search tool can help you find songs that match your vocal range, difficulty level, and genre preference.

4. Understanding the Lyrics and Emotion

To deliver a heartfelt performance, it’s important to understand the lyrics and connect with the emotion behind the song. Analyze the lyrics of “These Eyes” and explore the song’s meaning. Sing with emotion and let the lyrics guide your expression.

5. Breathing and Breath Support

Proper breathing technique is essential for singing any song. Explore Singing Carrots’ articles on Breathing Basics and Breath Support to improve your breath control and sustain the notes in “These Eyes” effortlessly.

6. Vocal Registers and Mixed Voice

“These Eyes” requires transitioning between different vocal registers smoothly. To understand vocal registers and the concept of mixed voice, refer to the Singing Carrots’ article on Voice Registers & Vocal Break. Practice the exercises provided in the Mixed Voice and Voice Break videos to master these vocal techniques.

7. Singing with Vibrato

Vibrato adds a touch of richness and expressiveness to your singing. Watch the Singing Carrots’ Beggars Bounce and Diaphragm Bounce videos to learn how to incorporate vibrato into your performance of “These Eyes.”

8. Practice and Performance Tips

To effectively learn “These Eyes,” it’s crucial to practice regularly and focus on the areas that require improvement. Singing Carrots’ Vocal Pitch Monitor tool can help you visualize and track your progress. Additionally, refer to the articles on How to Learn a Song Effectively,
How to Find Your Own Authentic Voice, and Vocal Health for more practice and performance tips.