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Old 04-26-2010, 03:31 AM
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Default Favourite Female Vocalists

Singing can be a beautiful heart and personally nothing warms my heart more then watching a beautiful woman sing a beautiful song.

Who are some of your favourite female singers?

Here is a video of Liv Kristine, she has an amazing voice, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_bqvYBE_fQ

I also have a soft spot for this brand of European folk music (and Eleuveite singer Anna Murphy), http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=msRy4vcSX4k
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Eliane Elias.
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Has anyone here ever been to Brazil? It's a lovely place! You should go.
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Pretty sure there's already a thread on this.....

However Lacey Mosley (Flyleaf), Haley Williams (Paramore), Le´lindel (Unexpect) and whoever is the girl that sings on Opeth's song "Coil" are my top favorites for sure.

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Old 04-26-2010, 04:24 AM
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However Lacey Mosley (Flyleaf), Haley Williams (Paramore), Le´lindel (Unexpect) and whoever is the girl that sings on Opeth's song "Coil" are my top favorites for sure.

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This girl from Coil? Nathalie Lorichs is indeed a wonderful singer, not very well known outside of Sweeden however.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ZamkhX4IqI

I happen to like the female vocals in unexpect, I like the violins as well. I like quite a bit of unexpect, if only they didn't all growl different verses at the same time while trying to play five different beats
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Yes...


There IS already a thread about favorite female vocalists.

Hopefully the "powers that be" can loop this in with the original identical thread.


But, while I'm here I'll say:

Karen Carpenter
Ann Wilson
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Default Re: Favourite Female Vocalists

in no particular order, other than alphabetical:

astrud gilberto
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chan marshall
carla azar (also a good drummer!)

here are four for now. it's late...
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Alison Moyet....................
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There was a thread about Great female rock voices so I won't repeat what I said there.

Some great non rock female vocalists ...

Nina Simone - timbre and phrasing
Dagmar Krause (Henry Cow) - amazing expressiveness and pitching impossible intervals with ease
Joni Mitchell - lovely tone, great range and with intelligence
Dusty Springfield - timbre from heaven
Diana Krall - lovely husky jazz voice
Roberta Flack - smooth as silk
Shelley Bassey - pure power and style
Ella - the complete jazz package, great scatter
Anastacia - fabulous throaty tone
Patti Labelle - fun-kee!
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Old 04-26-2010, 11:11 AM
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Ella who? I have not heard a lot of female scatters before.

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There was a thread about Great female rock voices so I won't repeat what I said there.

Some great non rock female vocalists ...

Nina Simone - timbre and phrasing
Dagmar Krause (Henry Cow) - amazing expressiveness and pitching impossible intervals with ease
Joni Mitchell - lovely tone, great range and with intelligence
Dusty Springfield - timbre from heaven
Diana Krall - lovely husky jazz voice
Roberta Flack - smooth as silk
Shelley Bassey - pure power and style
Ella - the complete jazz package, great scatter
Anastacia - fabulous throaty tone
Patti Labelle - fun-kee!
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Ella who? I have not heard a lot of female scatters before.
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Old 04-26-2010, 11:26 AM
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Not bad at all, thanks for pointing it out, I've heard a few jazz singers from that era and while I don't love scat I can appreciate it. I just always feel that I'd rather hear the same notes on a trumpet instead of syllables from a voice.
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Not bad at all, thanks for pointing it out, I've heard a few jazz singers from that era and while I don't love scat I can appreciate it. I just always feel that I'd rather hear the same notes on a trumpet instead of syllables from a voice.
In that case you'll enjoy Bobby McFerrin scatting to Round Midnight - you get scatting that's reminiscent of Miles. Alas, not a woman, but he's the best!
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Wow what an incredible voice. That is almost angelic, I can't believe that voice is coming from that man

Have you heard Sigur Ros singing volenska? It focuses solely on the sound of language, no real lyrics

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bA4B7-d691M
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Ha! They might be singing in Icelandic :) I haven't heard much of them. Sweet.

Best get back to female singers ... ever heard Diamanda Glass? If this link seems pretty way out, you ought to hear her stuff with John Zorn - madness!

I mentioned Nina Hagen on the female rock voices thread but I can't resist :) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xi4O4RvlnQ. If she comes anywhere near Sydney I am sooo going to be there!

I saw Marianne Faithfull play when she came out here ... her expressiveness is awesome! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fWkKIBpQG9g
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Ha! They might be singing in Icelandic :) I haven't heard much of them. Sweet.
Off of Wikipedia, "Vonlenska is a term used to describe the unintelligible lyrics sung by the band, Vonlenska is a non-literal language, without fixed syntax, and differs from constructed languages that can be used for communication. It focuses entirely on the sounds of language; lacking grammar, meaning, and even distinct words. Instead, it consists of emotive non-lexical vocables and phonemes; in effect, Vonlenska uses the melodic and rhythmic elements of singing without the conceptual content of language"

In a lot of ways I guess you could say it's a lot like scat. The album - ( ) has nothing but gibberish vocals (one phrase to be precise,You xylo. You xylo no fi lo. You so), a lot of their other songs feature them as well.

Sigur Ros are a pretty cool band, there is one song where they play an electric bass with a cello bow, that's fairly unique.
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Off of Wikipedia, "Vonlenska is a term used to describe the unintelligible lyrics sung by the band, Vonlenska is a non-literal language, without fixed syntax, and differs from constructed languages that can be used for communication. It focuses entirely on the sounds of language; lacking grammar, meaning, and even distinct words. Instead, it consists of emotive non-lexical vocables and phonemes; in effect, Vonlenska uses the melodic and rhythmic elements of singing without the conceptual content of language"
Great idea - no lyrics to learn!
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Great idea - no lyrics to learn!
True. I think the band said that they did it because vocals are a beautiful instrument but they believe people to focus too highly on lyrical content, they want them to feel the music and interpret it however they like.
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Some greats already listed. Surely the greatest ever is Ella but you've got to have Billie Holiday and Nina Simone sitting right with her. My favourites from my own era - Aretha, Gladys, Chaka, Annie Lennox, Sheryl Crowe, Alison Moyet, and K D Lang.

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The male vocals dominate this but another great female vocalist from the metal end of the spectrum, Lisa Johansen from Draconian,

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For me;

K D Lang
Mariah
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Shawn Colvin
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I almost forgot about Joni Mitchell! Voice like an angel!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bcrEqIpi6sg
Early Jonie, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zp3lJ...eature=related

Lets not forget Grace, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8J8n5HA6SY
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Aretha Franklin
Etta James
Bonnie Raitt
Ruth Brown
Stevie Nicks
Cyndi Lauper
Carrie Underwood
KD Lang
Kirsty Maccoll

And this one gets my pick for the sexiest song ever: The Divinyls "I Touch Myself" (Sung by the delicious Christina Amphlett)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFEfmbAeEDY

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Kirsty Maccoll's "In These Shoes"
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Lots of votes for KD, not that it's a poll but it's interesting to see that so many people love her voice.

Another female vocalist who I really enjoy is Tori Amos, that Slayer cover she did is one of the creepiest songs I've ever heard.
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Joan Jett
Joan Baez
Bonnie Tyler
Wendy O.Williams
Monserrat Caballe
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Diana Krall, I like her extra special. She is one of my myspace friends. I've seen her in concert numerous times.
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Agnetha from ABBA.................
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Are female vocalist overrated?
Just kidding!

OMG!!! JANIS J!!!
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Polly, this ones for you! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dYziE...next=1&index=6
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A female vocalist will never be overrated, you can hug 'em and kiss 'em.....;-)

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OMG!!! JANIS J!!!
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Polly, this ones for you! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dYziE...next=1&index=6
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Mariah Carey
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Lois.....

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No but seriously, I LOVE noble indian chief....sooo mysterious....
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Agnetha from ABBA.................
Not a fan personally, plenty of people love her voice though, millions of record sales prove that
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victoria legrand in beach house
victoria bergsman in taken by trees (and former singer in swedish popwonder the concretes)
karin dreijer in the knife and Fever Ray,
pj. harvey
janis (off course, look at mama cass`s reaction on this) its totally fantastic! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbjTI...eature=related
mary j. blige
aretha franklin
beyonce(yes, she is truly amazing)
melanie http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8eja2tB1Gw
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Dionne Warwick
Donna Summer
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alison mosshart. great powerful singer not bad to look at
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In no particular order:

PJ Harvey
Joan Jett
Kristen Hersh (Solo & Throwing Muses) great lyricist, too!
Chan Marshall
Sade (this woman does not age!)
Lauryn Hill
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Thankyou so much for listing Melanie - without a doubt the most beautiful and unappreciated voice in my lifetime.

I would add to the list also:

Karen Carpenter

Jeannie Lewis

Kerrie Biddell

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PJ Harvey
Joan Jett
Kristen Hersh (Solo & Throwing Muses) great lyricist, too!
Chan Marshall
Sade (this woman does not age!)
Lauryn Hill
Ella Fitzgerald
Mary J. Blige (I think she is quite underrated and has a phenomenal voice!)
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I don't know about being a heart warming singer but Otep has definatly got to be my favorite. Her voice is incredibly powerful that I wouldn't expect from a girl of her stature and her poetry is very dark.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfLnD...aynext_from=ML

As for heart warming singers, Tracy Chapman is my favorite. Fast Car is very well sung (although I didn't if she was a dude or girl for awhile).
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And no one here likes Carole King?
The first time that I made love it was to the music of Carole King!
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I don't know about being a heart warming singer but Otep has definatly got to be my favorite. Her voice is incredibly powerful that I wouldn't expect from a girl of her stature and her poetry is very dark.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfLnD...aynext_from=ML

As for heart warming singers, Tracy Chapman is my favorite. Fast Car is very well sung (although I didn't if she was a dude or girl for awhile).
I have to play that song at a gig every two weeks. I may kill myself the next time, Ahh, but the money is good! Chapman, I mean LOL!
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