Belting Soul and Funk – How to Sing For The Love Of Money by The O’Jays – Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy

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Belting Soul and Funk – How to Sing For The Love Of Money by The O’Jays – Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy

Here is a video that gives tips on how to how to belt out those funky, soulful songs in Ken Tamplins ongoing singing vlog.

Belting Soul and Funk – For The Love Of Money – The O’Jays (Cover) – Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy

Ken Tamplin takes on another Epic Classic tune with “For The Love Of Money” by the O’Jays!
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39 thoughts on “Belting Soul and Funk – How to Sing For The Love Of Money by The O’Jays – Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy

  1. Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy says:

    Here is another Epic Classic tune: From the O’Jays: For The Love Of Money!
    I’d like to hear your comments. What Classics Inspired you to want to sing
    when you were younger? What current vocalists inspire you?

    Please Like and Share! :-)

  2. TeamLionsClaw says:

    Awesome as always Ken,keep up the great work! :D

  3. Deonza “King of Texas” Henderson says:

    kin can you do a video on how to sing like Kurt Cobain Heart Shaped box

  4. Ken, still waiting for a Chester Bennington Linkin Park cover!

  5. Well hello my Brotha.😎 lol What an important message especially for the
    young up and comers. Music of the last 20 years as very little depth (in
    many cases). Superb selection. As always your presentation is flawless.
    I’ve come not to expect anything less. You only give us your very best.
    Thanks for that Darlin. Peace and Joy in all you do my friend. Dixie✌💜👄

  6. Bù Metsu Wrestling says:

    Would you ever consider on doing on on Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, or Dean
    Martin?

  7. mrray7274 says:

    great job ken. love hearing an seein you perform. god bless you my friend

  8. Liz Cuero says:

    Yeah! Great Vocals! Wow! Its so cool listening to Ken sing!

  9. Ken – I am preparing myself for the decision to commit to the course. Just
    something I have to do when undertaking a major project. Thank you so much
    for keeping us inspired with your channel. I appreciate the way you share
    your knowledge and invite participation in a very unobtrusive way.

  10. Casey Collins says:

    How about, Fool Around and Fell in Love by Jefferson Starship or The Winery
    Dogs. Upper register song with excellent vocals. I think it would be
    perfect for you.

  11. Always is a pleasure hear you. Good song!!!! Awesome

  12. Chester Bennington anytime soon? I know it’s hard as hell for a baritone to
    capture the tenor’s brightness but I guess you’ll pull it off your own
    style :)

  13. Vignesh Ekambaram says:

    Love u sir, can’t thank u enough for how much ur lessons have changed my
    life and my voice . Greetings from india

  14. tj leonard says:

    Funky soul rocking song.. love it…..

  15. William Mayer says:

    Hey Ken could you look into MJK from Tool as he does a lot of compression
    and digging into his false chords while he belts? There’s not many guys
    that have ever had the quality in his voice like he did before blowing out
    his voice

    Thanks Ken, I love your stuff

  16. mootbooxle says:

    Nailed it again Ken! Love you brother!

  17. Wayne Fenlon says:

    The hardest working vocal coach in the world… no question. Another
    absolute belter Ken.

  18. Isaac Richard says:

    i wish i could afford your course but im a teenager 😢😢😢no money here

  19. Thanks for thanks for got to sign off with Dixie.😉 Couldn’t figure out who
    Lori V was (: Wanted to say you scared the S out of me when I didn’t see
    that wavy mane. Don’t you ever.✌✊👄 When Metalica cut their hair I was in a
    state of limbo for weeks.😊 Weekends are a time of relaxation and
    rejuvenation. I look forward to the next Ditty.

  20. It was silly of me to think you wouldn’t be hip to that.:) Look forward to
    watching you fly and sing. I wonder what song……Ciao.🌹

  21. GTA 6 Official says:

    Ken Tamplin I have a raspy kind of voice but can I increase my vocal range
    like Adam Lambert?

  22. rodrigo ramos says:

    hello! can you do whenever you have chance, with a little help from my
    friends of Joe coker? :)

  23. Ana Karina Melo says:

    You are the best, i love your voice!!!!! 😃😃😃😃😃😃😚👏👏👏👏

  24. Tabatha Creedence says:

    What an amazing voice. I recently dusted off my 1993 Tamplin CD and gave to
    my boys as a little keepsake!

    Ken, I noticed that often the mic and screen are adjusted to mouth level
    and often slightly higher in a studio like this; It seems like an excellent
    position, it allows you to slightly tilt your head back. I wanted to pass
    something along that may be of interest. I was fixed up by a spinal rehab
    specialist in the midwest recently with traction and adjustments, and my X
    rays show a proper spinal curve now, after about a year of hard work. (I
    was in moderately rough shape in my mid 40’s after plenty of tumbles and
    injuries) One thing this doctor mentioned to me on the outset of the
    program, was that he hears back from people who sing regularly, that their
    singing improves- sometimes drastically, when they get their spinal curve
    back where it needs to be. You know when you look at someone, perhaps an
    older person, and their neck seems to be craning forward? Almost sticking
    right out of the top of their chest? That’s bad. And they typically have
    constant back, neck, shoulder pain. Then they sometimes get surgery and
    painkillers and so on. Anyway…..this is the sort of problem these
    specialists address. So I am driving home after one of my tractions a few
    months ago and I start to sing with the radio, a great song comes on
    Pandora. And my voice… was really melodic and smooth and wonderful
    compared to what i was used to hearing. I just stopped in amazement. I
    realize now I could actually have a decent platform to train on if I chose
    to do so! In fact I am going to follow your videos and see where it takes
    me. So – My point is, keep your spine in shape guys, it is my opinion that
    it has more than a little bit to do with your vocal range and smoothness
    and so on. (And your energy level and many other things). Your nerves pass
    through your spine and deal with everything from your vision to your
    digestion and more.. and of course your voice.

  25. movieizcool says:

    Its so great how you reply to everyone, really makes us all feel
    appreciated :)

  26. Good job Ken,you nailed it again but can we get more covers from Gabriela ?

  27. PoloAgripa123 says:

    Wow Great video Ken! If I may ask, is your program only online, or do you
    teach at a physical institution? Like a weekly class. I m a big fan, thanks
    for sharing your knowledge.

  28. Prae Torian says:

    Classic Funk Song. GREAT JOB!!! It repairs the soul.

  29. Prae Torian says:

    I love 80s pop and 70s funk music. Sing away.

  30. Marc Covers says:

    Great singing here and a good cover of this song 🙂
    I enjoyed ur version a lot 🙂

    Keep on like this!

  31. Monster Chic says:

    Awesome as usual… Love this song :)

  32. Roses1401 says:

    A super great singing! I like it very much!!!

  33. Musical Madman says:

    Do a cover for a RHCP song.

  34. a martinez says:

    your studio..wow on my cheap ear buds…sounds gr88888

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