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Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Janet Jackson Vevo: Video: Janet Jackson's Black Cat: An R&B Singer Becomes a Classic Rocker
This post was originally posted at FRS Daily Journal on WordPress
This is one of my favorite classic rock songs and I'm a big classic rock fan, not just physically. And one reason why it is one of my favorite classic rocks, is because of the singer and Janet Jackson simply nailed this song and I don't know anyone that could've done a better job of singing this song other than maybe Tina Turner. And another reason why this is one of my favorite classic rock songs, is because it's sung by someone who is not a classic rock singer, at least full-time. Janet is primarily an rhythm and blues singer and does a great job. But here she shows her great versatility.
I think the really great talented singers can sing more than just one style of music. Tina Turner would be a great example of that who is both a rhythm and blues and classic rock singer and also combines those two great sounds into blues rock. Eric Clapton and Dave Matthews does the same thing and I'm big fans of both. Janet with Black Cat becomes a rock star in the real sense. Not in the pop culture sense of someone considered awesome or cool. But someone who is a a great singer rock singer. Who has great material and delivers it beautifully.