aldwinfinity wrote:now she's lost this passion, this longing in her voice, this desire.
Adele is a textbook example of someone who displays a ridiculous amount of musical passion. Longing in her voice? She hasn't lost it one bit. Desire? She still has and always has had a tremendous amount of desire to make wonderful music.
i'm just saying that i wish she went back to her roots, before the tremendous amount of fame, and remember all the sadness and pain she put into these songs so she can be a better performer, songwriter, and artist.
She's moved on...but she's stuck with her roots, maybe not entirely, but that's because she's progressed. Look at any
legendary music artist. For an example, Joni Mitchell progressed greatly throughout her career and showed how dynamic she was capable of being as an artist. Artists progress, and frankly, progression is a vital aspect to being one.
Adele has always had the potential to become famous. And also, you're implying that she was only a good performer, songwriter, and artist that put sadness and pain into her songs before
she acquired a tremendous amount of fame? Nonsense. Fame doesn't affect any of that, especially in Adele's case.