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Ronnie James Dio's Early Doo-Wop Tracks Surface
At first listen, Dio is nearly unrecognizable. Someone played “An Angel Is Missing” without telling me who the artist was and to say that I was absolutely gobsmacked wouldn’t be an exaggeration – his voice, while strong is impossibly smooth and pretty restrained, the power that would later come to define his vocal style with Elf, Black Sabbath and so many others not yet making itself known. What is recognizable, however, is the incredible range Dio’s always been known for as he hits highs and lows that make the band’s backup singers chase him back and forth, keeping up beautifully through the song’s various call and answer sections.
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Sunday, Jul 16th 2017 (7:07pm)
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