Thursday, October 17, 2013

Elton John, David Bowie and the Rolling Stones have failed an audition at the BBC

Elton John, David Bowie and the Rolling Stones have failed an audition at the BBC


David Bowie singing out of tune , and Elton John is boring the jury to young talent on the BBC , appraising their performance audition before they become known.
Documents Bowie , Elton John and " Rolling stuns " reveal that the stars have failed to make an impression on the selection panel for talent at the beginning of his career in the 60s of last century.
All auditioned to be allowed to sing on TV or radio. " Rolling Stones " receive assessment " inappropriate " and David Bowie besides singing out of tune , and sounds like an amateur.
Elton John auditioned before 1968 assessment is that it is " uncertain singer ," his songs are " pretentious , written by himself , performed extremely boring with no sense and precious little musical ability ." His voice was " thin and piercing " and not " melodic ."
Despite this verdict Elton John is lucky because the records of the three songs performed , reach bosses on the BBC and they allow him participate . Bowie , however, was refused after an audition in 1965
Some artists like " Kinks ", " Beatles " , Simon and Garfunkel , Nick Drake made ​​a great impression on the jury.

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