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Live at the Greek [CD & DVD]

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Josh Groban's WORSE yet!

    I really loved Josh Groban's voice. His style was unique and so was he. With "Live at the Greek" he truly bombed. Absolutely awful vocals, lousy sets, over-the-top staging and ALL done by Groban himself. He should fire his manager and get off the ME-ONLY bandwagon. (He sings, plays instruments, stages this dog, etc). The young man with the voice has turned into the egotistical vocal slob. This DVD set is terrible and hope it's the defining moment where he takes a big look at what he's turned into. Or his career is OVER.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Who was this?

    I have really enjoyed the power and energy in the voice and emotions of Josh Groban. I was disappointed with the vocals. I give him the benefit-of-the-doubt he was not feeling well. If I were a vocalist, I don't think I would have released this. Patiently awaiting his next release - and will continue to enjoy the previous recordings.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Live at the Greek [CD & DVD]

    I love Josh Groban's voice (and have multiple copies of all his previous recordings) so from the moment I started listening to Live at the Greek I knew that there was something HORRIBLY wrong. Josh's voice, which is usually so amazing, sounded so nasally that it was painful listening to it! After struggling through Josh mutilating the songs I know so well from his other recordings I couldn't even bring myself to watch the DVD. I am stunned that the people responsible for producing Live at the Greek did not notice Josh's poor, nasally vocals or, as another reviewer suggested, perhaps they didn't think we would notice! I am still a fan but I will definitely check out any of his future live recordings before I buy!

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