Cleolinda Jones (cleolinda) wrote,
Cleolinda Jones

Thursday morning, desk dancing

By request, a few other downloads--bootlegged, edited down, volume-adjusted, what-have-you:

From xphile101: The official "You Give Love a Bad Name" mp3--the same live performance, but with more bells and whistles audible.

Since I sucked several of y'all into American Idol last night with the Blake Lewis bootleg, here's a few more. If you grab only one, go for "Time of the Season"; I don't have his earlier, beatboxier performances burned yet. I don't know that any of them have the spark of "You Give Love a Bad Name," but, you know: in case you want them.

Blake Lewis - Keep Me Hangin' On.

Blake Lewis - Mack the Knife.

Blake Lewis - Somewhere Only We Know.

Blake Lewis - Time of the Season.

Last night's dearly departed: poor Chris and Phil. Although at this point, I'd rather them go than Blake and Jordin, and Melinda's not going anywhere. Both their Bon Jovi covers from Tuesday night--ironically, Phil's performance was one of his best of the entire season, and somewhat aptly titled:

Chris Richardson - Wanted Dead or Alive.

Phil Stacey - Blaze of Glory.

Again: poor Gina the Rocker Girl, who so should have been there for Bon Jovi night. Gina's best performance, so far as I recall:

Gina Glocksen - I'll Stand by You.

Lastly, Jordin, the seventeen-year-old dynamo; I'd put my money on her or Blake for the win at this point.

Jordin Sparks - Heartbreaker. A Pat Benatar cover, as opposed to the Pink song.

Jordin Sparks - I Who Have Nothing. A Shirley Bassey cover that I can't believe came out of a seventeen-year-old.

Jordin Sparks - Livin' on a Prayer. This is the sound of a girl struggling with a song she clearly loves performing--but which doesn't love her back. Fun, but you'll wince in places.


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