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Favorite Vocalist? Male or Female

By dirkdiggler

2 years ago


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#101 2 years ago

Sade has a cool voice. Check out her San Diego concert on You Tube.

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#102 2 years ago

YOU WANTED THE BEST?
YOU GOT THE BEST.

#103 2 years ago

Harry Nilsson, the fifth Beatle.

Most don't know of him but would recognize his top hits!!

#104 2 years ago

gotta love ella

van morrison the old stuff and his live recordings are amazing!

#105 2 years ago

Ann Wilson, Linda Ronstadt, Karen Carpenter.
Greg Lake, Jon Anderson, Brad Delp.

#106 2 years ago
Quoted from WIZ:

Harry Nilsson, the fifth Beatle.
Most don't know of him but would recognize his top hits!!

Son of Schmilsson - good album.

I thought Billy Preston was the "fifth Beatle" though.

Or was it George Martin for his studio production contributions?

#107 2 years ago

That dude from Creed,what's his name?

#108 2 years ago
Quoted from Puffdanny:

That dude from Creed,what's his name?

Scott Stapp

#109 2 years ago
Quoted from Puffdanny:

That dude from Creed,what's his name?

Carl Weathers

#110 2 years ago

Don’t hassle the Hoff!

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#111 2 years ago

Oh Captain my Captain….

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#112 2 years ago

Amy Winehouse deserves a mention.

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#113 2 years ago
Quoted from BudManPinFan:

Amy Winehouse deserves a mention.[quoted image]

She was good. A sad loss to drugs.

#114 2 years ago
Quoted from Tuna_Delight:

She was good. A sad loss to drugs.

Alcohol poisoning

#115 2 years ago

Yes - that was her final cause of death. I was referring to her downward spiral due in large part to her heroin and crack cocaine addictions.

#116 2 years ago

Inva Mula Plavalaguna

#117 2 years ago

James Reyne for male
and
Tina Arena for female


#118 2 years ago

Lemmy

#119 2 years ago
Quoted from oldskool1969:

James Reyne for male
and
Tina Arena for female

They're not even the best Melbourne people , I would go Kylie Minogue and Shirley Strawn


#120 2 years ago

Stevie Nicks and Layne Staley

#121 2 years ago
Quoted from oldskool1969:

James Reyne for male
and
Tina Arena for female

Tina Arena brings back a LOT of memories from the early 90's.

She was easy on the ears and eyes!

#122 2 years ago

Christopher Wallace
MJ
D’Angelo
Marvin Gaye
Al Green

Sade
Aretha
Bahamadia

#123 2 years ago

Raymond Watts
and
Sade

#124 2 years ago

Axl Rose
Janis Joplin

#125 2 years ago

Neil Fallon

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#126 2 years ago

Not the coolest list, but the best I've heard are,

Sinatra, George Michael

Karen Carpenter, Ann Wilson

#127 2 years ago

I'm predominantly a rock-n-roll guy, liking female voices like Ann Wilson and Stevie Nicks; and male voices like Brad Delp and Lou Gramm. When I step outside of that genre, one of the best pure vocalists to me is Eva Cassidy. Her remake of Sting's "Fields of Gold" is incredible. She sang across many genres and was taken from this earth way too soon. In addition to the video below, Nightline did a profile of her in 2001 that you can find on the internet.

#128 2 years ago

Nat King Cole is up there. Johnny Mathis. Chances are... Found a bunch of old LPs thrown out with some original albums by those two. And an Elvis album from the '50s.

#129 2 years ago
Quoted from JoePinball:

I'm predominantly a rock-n-roll guy, liking female voices like Ann Wilson and Stevie Nicks; and male voices like Brad Delp and Lou Gramm.

Lou Gramm - one of the hardest vocalists to try and cover. Dude was amazing.

#130 2 years ago
Quoted from KozMckPinball:

Nat King Cole is up there. Johnny Mathis. Chances are... Found a bunch of old LPs thrown out with some original albums by those two. And an Elvis album from the '50s.

Love both.
Johnny Mathis has one of the smoothest voices I’ve ever heard.
He was truly marvelous in person and a complete class act.

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