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Adam Lambert at 22 - Brigadoon

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Uploaded on Mar 20, 2009

Adam Lambert gives a brilliant performance of "Come to Me, Bend to Me" from "Brigadoon." There's no video, but we include some older photos of Adam that you may not have seen.

The performance is from Houston's Theatre Under the Stars (TUTS) in 2004 - so Adam was about 22 years old. Amazingly, this is from a "live" stage performance, not a studio recording with multiple takes. For information about current TUTS programming, visit http://www.tuts.com/

Adam has made it very clear that this is not the type of recording he wants to make - but it sure proves that he's the best singer of this year's American Idol contestants. The wonderful phrase at 3:23 lingers on for over 20 seconds without a breath, effortlessly...

"Brigadoon" is a musical with a book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe that debuted on Broadway in 1947. It tells the story of a mysterious Scottish village that appears for only one day every hundred years, though to the villagers, the passing of each century seems no longer than one night. The enchantment is viewed by them as a blessing rather than a curse, for it saved the village from destruction. According to their covenant with God, no one from Brigadoon may ever leave, or the enchantment will be broken and the site and all its inhabitants will disappear into the mist forever. Two American tourists, lost in the Scottish Highlands, stumble upon the village just as a wedding is about to be celebrated, and their arrival has serious implications for the village's inhabitants.

We do not own or make any copyright claims on any of this material. All rights are reserved by the original copyright holders. We are presenting this for educational purposes as allowed by the "Fair Use" section of U.S. copyright law.

Here are the lyrics:

Because they told me I can't behold ye
till weddin' music starts playin';
To ease my longin' there's nothin' wrong in
me standin' out here an' sayin':

Come to me, bend to me, kiss me good day!
Darlin', my darlin', 'tis all I can say,
Jus' come to me, bend to me, kiss me good day!
Gie me your lips an' don't take them away.

Come, dearie, near me so ye can hear me,
I have to whisper this softly.
For though I'm burnin' to shout my yearnin', the words come tiptoein' off me.

View this and many other great videos from Adam at http://www.theBestArts.com/AdamLamber...

We have a new website page that includes the full videos (not just audio) of each of Adam's Idol performances:
http://www.thebestarts.com/adamlamber...

Older photos of Adam are mostly from YouTube channel immabealy - thank you!

Browse our website at http://www.theBestArts.com for more great dance, music and musical theatre performances.

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