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Aaron Ambrose

commented on In Action: Stage of the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest

So cool!! I can't wait to see what each country does with it. Incredible job, DR!!
Aaron Ambrose

commented on Recalling the last win by Luxembourg in 1983

That stage was so shallow, it seemed like the performers had no room to move. It made the show feel very claustrophobic. I liked "Dzuli" best, too. And I thought the act from Belgium was so fresh and ...
That stage was so shallow, it seemed like the performers had no room to move. It made the show feel very claustrophobic.

I liked "Dzuli" best, too. And I thought the act from Belgium was so fresh and exciting - it's just too bad they didn't have a complete song to sing!

The host was a little bit mental, but she's so amusing to watch now.
Aaron Ambrose

commented on Running order for Eurovision Semi-Finals decided

Really good songs always get to the final. It's the marginal ones that benefit/suffer from an early-middle placement. And even if a weak song squeaks through, it'll gets walloped in the Final, which seems more embarrassing.
Aaron Ambrose

commented on Australia to take part in Eurovision!

Fantastic. I cannot wait to see this.
Aaron Ambrose

commented on Axel Hirsoux wins the Belgian ticket to Copenhagen!

This feels like a winner, although I personally don't care for it. It is 100% pure sincere cheese, and Axel has the chops to sell it. The song is completely unfashionable, but it has killer dynamics, ...
This feels like a winner, although I personally don't care for it.

It is 100% pure sincere cheese, and Axel has the chops to sell it. The song is completely unfashionable, but it has killer dynamics, and it's a compelling story. Axel is the male Susan Boyle, and the audience is going to eat it up.
Aaron Ambrose

commented on Carl Espen to represent Norway in Copenhagen!

Finally - a really special song for 2014! Go, Norway!
Aaron Ambrose

commented on Aram MP3 to sing "Not Alone" for Armenia

It's so funny. When I watch the video, I don't like the song. When I just listen, without the video, I like it a lot. I think the music is so intense by itself that the visual stimulation takes it ...
It's so funny. When I watch the video, I don't like the song. When I just listen, without the video, I like it a lot.

I think the music is so intense by itself that the visual stimulation takes it over the top.

Lesson: This needs a simple, straightforward staging.

Good luck, Armenia! You have a good chance with this song!
Aaron Ambrose

commented on It's Maybe for Valentina Monetta

She is so likeable, but Ralph is doing her no favors. There has to be a better songwriter in San Marino. I want to cheer for Valentina, but this song is the dullest one of the year.
Aaron Ambrose

commented on Watch "Three Minutes To Earth" from Georgia

This is the most sophisticated and ambitious song of 2014. It's doomed! :^) I really like this song, and I can imagine listening to it many times and never getting sick of it. I really hope this ...
This is the most sophisticated and ambitious song of 2014. It's doomed! :^)

I really like this song, and I can imagine listening to it many times and never getting sick of it.

I really hope this does well - it will encourage more artists and countries to try risky things.

Best of luck, Georgia - I'm rooting for you!!
Aaron Ambrose

commented on Germany: Elaiza wins Unser Song für Dänemark!

Das war ein Enttauschung. I was hoping the live performances would be more interesting than the song previews, but the only artist who improved the songs live was Marie. I think Candy Jar was maybe the ...
Das war ein Enttauschung. I was hoping the live performances would be more interesting than the song previews, but the only artist who improved the songs live was Marie. I think Candy Jar was maybe the best song, but Is It Right is pretty good, too.

Overall, a lackluster bunch of songs to me. Well constructed, but not memorable.

I like this selection process though, and I hope Germany and other countries use it again in the future!

Good luck, Germany!

Aaron Ambrose

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I discovered ESC in 2010, and I fell in love right away. Nobody in the USA know about it, so now I share it with everyone that I can. In 2013 I was lucky enought to see a dress rehearsal in Malmo, ...

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