Originally Posted by: compart1It happens to the best...
It's interesting to see him before he starts the first song kind of meekly mumbling a few thoughts and then when he breaks in to the song, that spectacularly wonderful and strong voice just comes booming out. I will say that he really did have one of the best voices ever in rock. It was subtle, strong, tender and when he broke in to the likes of Hound Dog, the best rock n roll voice.
I think despite his condition, he shows in the video that you can either give in to the error or own it. When you own it, everyone is with you.