As you know, this is the season for many spooky releases. You must be incredibly excited about Geoff Castellucci’s version of the well-known cowboy song “Ghost Riders in The Sky.” Geoff is very talented and disciplined and has always sung all his vocal lines in his songs.
The low bass cover was a rendition of a classic western song, “Ghost Riders in the Sky,” by Stan Jones. His voice was so consistent, and he could extend to a very high note and then move down to an extremely low note. Yet, at the same time, he could still have an excellent quality voice throughout the song.
The song had a lot of lighting effects. The vocalist sang the song with 4 ghostlike blue-eyed cowboys singing in different harmonies. There have been several renditions of “Ghost Riders in the Sky.” However, the most famous one was sung by Johnny Cash.
Geoff’s voice was apparent, and how he sang the notes and perfectly ended it created a tremendous impact on the song. His song focused on the lower notes and had excellent vibrato control. One of the most beautiful parts of the song was how the 4 cowboys interacted with the singer.
This was how Geoff showcased the multilayer of his voice in this beautiful song. The background voices had a lot of subtlety, and the “oo” vowel tended to ease its way into the music. Thus, giving a sense of the presence of ghosts. In addition, the number had a perfect song arrangement.
It was not so easy to sing the super low notes, but Geoff made it sound too easy. It was astonishing how he dropped the octave in the middle of the song. Because of singers like Geoff, people have started experimenting with low notes. Since it brought a lot of excitement to the music.
The music arrangement was unique, as Geoff had taken great care of the tiny things. For example, the ghost vocals in the number. If you listened carefully, you could feel they were voices set further back in the mix. This made the ghosts sound far away. However, the 4 ghosts were just jamming together happily. It felt as if the spirits considered taking the singer away from this mortal realm, making it the spooky Halloween aspect of the song.