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post #31 of 138
Nat King Cole and Johnny Hartman are two that I like quite a bit in jazz.
post #32 of 138
Eric Burdon

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXq8p9t6_NA
post #33 of 138
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Originally Posted by Sordel View Post
Cat Stevens has a nice voice, but it's a little too syrupy for my taste; that said "Sad Lisa" and "The Wind" take some beating, so somewhere between writing the songs and singing them Cat didn't do too badly. As for why he was refused entry to the U. S., I didn't think that anyone knew for sure, but it was certainly a bad mistake by U. S. immigration.

Jeff Buckley, yes. Freddy Mercury, yes. Nick Drake, Scott Walker, Rufus Wainwright, Robert Plant, Prince? It's so difficult to pick just one when the material that they sing is often so disparate.

I'd be tempted, though, to say Tim Buckley. His material wasn't particularly good (IMHO) but his voice always made it sound glorious.
Yes, I like those too from Cat Stevens, but if anyone has not heard "morning has broken", with a quality bit of headphile equipment they are missing my point.

I do like the direction and popularity of this thread, so I see it going for awhile to the benefit of us all.

thanks for you input! ;-D

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post #34 of 138
X2 for Jeff Buckley, his voice reminds me of watching Roger Federer play tennis... perfection.
post #35 of 138
Daniel Gildenlow of Pain of Salvation.
post #36 of 138
Definitely Jeff Buckley, the control and the range. Wow.
post #37 of 138
Paul Robeson, Luciano Pavarotti, John Denver
post #38 of 138
My vote would have to go to Andrea Bocelli. listen to some cuts on this link.

http://www.amazon.com/Romanza-Andrea...9324741&sr=1-2
post #39 of 138
Bing Crosby, the original crooner........just don't listen to the Christmas stuff.
post #40 of 138
Smokey Robinson
John Fogerty
Louis Armstrong
Joey Ramone
Richard Manuel
Bruce Springsteen
post #41 of 138
David Pack
Kurt Elling
Todd Rundgren
John Oates
post #42 of 138
Jeff Lynn
Roy Wood
post #43 of 138
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STEVE PERRY
I was going to say that just because no one else had... until I saw your post...

Since no one else has said this one...

Jeff Scott Soto
post #44 of 138
2x on Simen Hestnaes aka I.C.S. Vortex. He has something omnipotent power in his voice. His live-perfomance is very dodgy sometimes though, depending on day.
post #45 of 138
Bradley Nowell or Maynard James Keenan.
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