This is claeb v queenfan11 in Round Six of the Clip-Off. You have five days to submit your clips, and until 23:00 GMT Time Wednesday, July 29 to vote. July 30 is the Results Day.
Heads up, for Round Seven (the team round) you are required to use only one of your singers. It will have to be the singer you do not choose in this round, so pick wisely!
The categories for Round Six are: 1. Best Singing Spanning an Octave or Less: A clip that's made interesting despite not spanning more than an octave of vocal range. 2. Best Singing Spanning Two Octaves or More: Singing that's probably going out of its way to sound impressive by spanning two octaves of vocal range or more.
The pair are free to post their clips, voting commences as soon as they have.
2:20 to end. ignore the backing vocals cause they're Tim Ferrell not andy. there's like an 86% chance that the lead vocals still might dip out of an octave cause I really lazily checked but im pretty sure it doesn't dip below like B3.
0:36-2:14. Vocals span C3-Bb5 (might be a few short lower notes). A great vocal display from Sly Stone, featuring excellent C5s alternating with low notes down to C3, and an ending section that features his (tied for) his highest note ever, Bb5.