Sunday, April 26, 2009

American Idol - Top 7 perform

April 14th, 2009 - Top 7 Perform Movie Songs
Here's my reactions from this week's performances. Overall a good show, but a few hits and misses. And can I just say, Quentin Tarantino as a guest mentor? I didn't like that. He was so wired and yes he knows music, but he's not a singer and shouldn't be giving singers - singing advice. Good to see the Inglorious Basterds footage though. Then they keep the Quentin packages, but don't allow all 4 judges to give their critiques, but only 2 at a time. DUMB! Hated that. Just make the show longer. I do want to watch FRINGE, but I also want to watch my Idol unfiltered. Just my thoughts. Let's get down to the performances...

Alison - "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing" by Aerosmith. She did great. Not my favorite performance of hers, but she did a great job and made a fantastic song choice.
Anoop - "Everything I Do (I Do It For You)" by Bryan Adams. I love this song. Anoop did a great job with it. I know Quentin told him to rough it up a lot, but I thought he did a great job with the song. Great Job!
Adam - "Born to Be Wild". OK - I know a lot of people loved it. I'm not denying the guy is good. This performance is exactly what I don't like about this guy. All the squealing and Mick Jagger posing. Didn't care for it.
Matt - Another Bryan Adams song "Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman". I thought he did a fantastic job with this song. I agree with Randy & Kara that he may have tried to do a little too much with it, but overall I really enjoyed his performance and would rank it up there with some of his best.
Danny - "Endless Love". I didn't love this for Danny. I thought he was emotional and I connected to that, but he sang the song as the song. For me, that song is always a duet (Lionel Richie/Diana Ross & Luther Vandross/Mariah Carey) and I just couldn't get into fully since it was only Danny. He was good, but I would've loved him to sing a different song.
Kris - "Once" from the movie of the same name. I liked this. I didn't gush over it like the judges did. Too soft for me and I would've like him to do something new with the song. But I liked it.
Lil - "The Rose" originally by Bette Midler. Lil tried to change it up a bit and add a little gospel to it. I'm really not sure what type of album this girl would put out . For me, Lil's performance was pretty good. But I know that this girl can do more.

Elimination Night brought us the crazy judges save with Matt G. I thought this whole concept was a bit contrived and I hated it. I'm glad they used it and I'm glad it's over. Let's get rid of this next year.


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