"at his core, he is the hardest thing to come by in pop culture: a genuinely free-spirited, easygoing flower child who prizes love over money, peace over power." (Rolling Stone Magazine)
For me his music IS his voice - rihannsu
What do you get when you combine the out of this world vocals and performing chops of Adam Lambert, the brilliant lyrics and storytelling of Bruno Mars, and the dance pop masterful production of Dr. Luke? ...
“Never Close Our Eyes” is exactly what he needs to ensure his sophomore album crashes onto the scene with quite the stir. It’s poppy, it’s dance-y, and yet somehow Lambert’s vocals still slay — to death. Like. Really.
U – Unplugged If you stripped most artists of their fancy production and their fancy stage shows you’d be left with a pretty boring show… but not with Adam Lambert. You would think with Adam putting on such spectacular shows that stripping down to not much more than his voice wouldn’t be that great – you’d be wrong. Adam blew everyone away with his VH1′s Unplugged performance.
V – Vocals See U. Adam has one of those voices that gives you goosebumps and makes you shiver.
"Your eyes are the windows to Heaven ~ Your smile could heal a million souls" ♡ lyrics by Amel Larrieux
Meat Loaf’s world goes to Hell In A Handbasket – the Beatweek interview April 8, 2012 by Bill Palmer
“I can growl a word or two and make a change, and people want me to growl more, and I don’t like it. When I was working on Bat Out Of Hell, Jim wanted me to use that rough voice more than I wanted to. Every producer wants me to use this other rougher voice, and they all want me to use it, a little more Cocker-ish, a little more Steven Tyler, I guess. And I don’t want to use it. I want to use my Adam Lambert voice. I don’t have my Adam Lambert voice. I never did have my Adam Lambert voice, it’s just what I want to have. That’s funny. That makes me laugh. Adam Lambert, by the way, is possibly one of the three greatest singers in the entire world. I link him with Aretha, Whitney, and Adam Lambert. I couldn’t touch those three with a ten foot, or hundred foot, pole. Emotionally I can, vocally I couldn’t.”