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Performance-wise, only Syesha took a broadway song and kept it broadway. Best overall performance indeed.
Paul Jackson Jr. doesn't look like he's aged any since the last time I spoke with him he did a signature series guitar samples for the ENSONIQ keys. Incidentally, Randy did a lot of the original bass samples for Ensoniq too if anyone was interested in a little trivia.
Carly was close with JCS keeping it broadway, but being a borderline rock opera and doing it like a rock concert performance, there's a fine line there.
Little Dave followed Sir Andrew's advice and kept his eyes open. But I think he was fighting it at times.
Everyone else took a broadway song, and took it out of it's element. They made it a singer/songwriter song.
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