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Though he still drifts in and out of lucidity, Vandross was on his game enough recently when Labelle visited to correct her when she flubbed the lyrics to a song they were singing together."Not only did he correct her on the lyrics, but he corrects people on what notes they're singing," said Szadek, who is also working on getting a keyboard for Vandross so that he can play along while he sings.
"He is sharing his gift with friends and family." In addition to singing along to instrumental tracks of his favorite songs, such as "So Amazing" and "Here and Now," Vandross has been harmonizing with friends Patti La Belle and Aretha Franklin, who've both come to visit and duet with the singer in his room.Vandross lapsed into a semi-coma after being admitted to the hospital and was just barely conscious for a time.Soon after, he was fitted with a tracheotomy tube in his throat to ward off pneumonia."He still needs his team of health-care providers," Szadek said."He's getting a lot of therapy and they meet weekly to discuss how much longer he needs to stay here." The most encouraging sign is the slow return of Vandross' singing voice.The tube was inserted in a manner that avoided damage to his vocal cords; it was removed in June.
The crooner will not perform in public anytime soon, but his first live album, Luther Vandross Live at Radio City Music Hall 2003, is slated for release on October 28.
Nearly six months after suffering a serious stroke, Luther Vandross is showing slow, steady signs of progress.
Music has become a central part of his therapy and the R&B singer has been testing his voice daily as he regains his strength, according to his longtime assistant.
The Four Tops' hits are many, including "Baby, I Need Your Loving" and "I Can't Help Myself." Nothing in modern pop music holds a candle to either the Tops or Luther. Wells' classic novel took in only $14 million on Thursday night.
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"They were walking him and he just collapsed," a source said. Also not to be forgotten today: Obie Benson, the 69-year-old bass baritone of the Four Tops.