Warren Ham on HOTB

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Warren Ham on HOTB

Postby The_Noble_Cause » Sat Jun 29, 2019 8:24 am

Always knew Warren could sing, but damn. Killer voice. Soulful with some nice vibrato. Would like to hear him on more Paich parts.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SD4y6uEC1rg
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Re: Warren Ham on HOTB

Postby RonaldDupris » Sat Jun 29, 2019 11:32 am

I wonder if HOTB holds the record for most versions?

1. David Paich and Joseph Williams
2. David Paich and Jenny Douglas
3. David Paich and Bobby Kimball
4. Greg Phillinganes and Bobby Kimball
5. Warren Ham and Joseph Williams
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Re: Warren Ham on HOTB

Postby WalrusOct9 » Tue Jul 09, 2019 1:13 am

Hope they keep this in the set through the end of the tour. I've seen them 8 times since 2005, and still never heard it live.
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Re: Warren Ham on HOTB

Postby Sundet » Tue Jul 09, 2019 6:26 am

RonaldDupris wrote:I wonder if HOTB holds the record for most versions?

1. David Paich and Joseph Williams
2. David Paich and Jenny Douglas
3. David Paich and Bobby Kimball
4. Greg Phillinganes and Bobby Kimball
5. Warren Ham and Joseph Williams


Surely that would be Hold the Line and Rosanna?

Hold the Line:
1. Kimball
2. Frederiksen
3. Williams
4. Byron
5. (Whoever sang Hold the Line on the 1991 tour - Fred White?)
6. Jenny Douglas
7. Whoever stepped in for Joe when he was down with pneumonia in 2016, though it may well have been Jenny

Rosanna (Lukather and...):
1. Kimball
2. Frederiksen
3. Williams
4. Byron
5. (Whoever sang Rosanna on the 1991 tour - Fred White?)
6. John James
7. Whoever stepped in for Joe when he was down with pneumonia in 2016, possibly Mabvuto

As for 'versions' per se, I actually think Georgy Porgy holds the record, as the band obviously took much pleasure in rearranging that for every tour between 1982-1995.
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