Chris Cornell – You Know My Name – Cover – Casino Royale – Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy
Chris Cornell is arguably one of the greatest rock vocalists of the past three decades.
Considered as one of the chief architects of the 90’s grunge movement, Cornell’s amazing 4 octave range and powerful belting have mesmerized singers and fans for decades.
With songs and albums that ruled the world such as:
Temple Of The Dog, Say Hello To Heaven, Hunger Strike, Flower, Outshined, Rusty Cage, Seasons, Spoonman, The Day I Tried To Live, Black Hole Sun, Fell On Black Days, Pretty Noose, Cochise, Like A Stone, and the list goes on.
For this session, I chose to focus on the Casino Royale track “You Know My Name.”
Just a great song with a killer performance.
I tried to stay within the style of Chris, while adding some of my own nuances.
I hope you enjoy it.
Chris is greatly missed.
What a talent… just wow…
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