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Chris Cornell - Soundgarden
He's on this list!
post #122 of 138
Mr Blue Eyes himself
Placido Domingo
Pavarotti
And what about Armstrong singing and playing his trumpet?
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Treat yourself to Tea for the Tillerman and Teaser and the Firecat, great albums!
Have to agree - and through headphones sound even better. Have been listening to both on and off for the past few weeks!
post #125 of 138
I thought the operative word here is glorious. Sinatra? Cat Stevens? any rockers at all ever? C'mon. Are any of these guys possessed of a glorious voice? Josh Groban, this guy is good. We are getting a little closer here, maybe.
post #126 of 138
Glorious is going to mean different things to different people. Josh Groban is
painful for me to listen to, but I respect that others enjoy him very much.
Jeff Buckley is an amazing singer and has the incredible ability to emote, as does my other favorite, Mark Lanegan.
post #127 of 138
I like Jeff Buckley's voice too, and Marvin Gaye's has always been a personal favourite of mine For opera voices, the best I have heard is Jussi Björling, especially his rendition of Nessun Dorma and his Pearl Fishers duet with Robert Merrill. Btw just joined the forum so hello everyone!
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Biz Markie...
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Like many on this thread, Jeff Buckley is #1 on my list. His range and ability to control that range is just unbelievable. IMO, his voice is leagues beyond that of his father Tim Buckley's.

I must say that Michael Jackson does have a great voice. He may or may not be a little messed up in the head, but by God can he sing.
post #130 of 138
Russell Allen from Symphony X
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Glorious is going to mean different things to different people. Josh Groban is
painful for me to listen to, but I respect that others enjoy him very much.
Jeff Buckley is an amazing singer and has the incredible ability to emote, as does my other favorite, Mark Lanegan.
Layne Staley of Alice in Chains
post #132 of 138
For me it is either Donny Hathaway, Gregg Allman or Van Morrison
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Have to agree - and through headphones sound even better. Have been listening to both on and off for the past few weeks!
Glad you're enjoying the music! You might also enjoy another of his albums titled Mona Bone Jakon.
post #134 of 138
If we're talking rock n roll, Roy Orbison has got to be at the top.
Harmonies I really like Crosby, Stills, Nash.
Chris Isaak has a really good voice also.
post #135 of 138
I don't know if this guy is well known or not, but Burkhard Fritz who is the tenor on the Barenboim Beethoven Symphony No. 9 DVDA is unbelievable.
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