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Joseph Grado !
post #62 of 138
recently deceased. =/

Ibrahim Ferrer...

sorry for the edit...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOrsf7XxzmI
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Originally Posted by amphead View Post
Just listened to "morning has broken" by Cat Stevens from the Best of Cat Stevens. The timbre in his voice will bring on gooseflesh!
Treat yourself to Tea for the Tillerman and Teaser and the Firecat, great albums!
post #64 of 138
Jeff Buckley and Freddie Mercury both come to mind as having tremendous range. I'm surprised that nobody has mentioned George Michael yet. Whatever you think of him personally (his act has worn thin on me over the years), the man can sing. Probably would have been a much better replacement as lead man for Queen than Paul Rogers (ever heard him doing "Somebody to Love" at Wembly Stadium?)
post #65 of 138
Chris Isaak and Michael Buble for more recent candidates. Ray Price and Charlie Rich from a few years back.
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since when does r kelly sing two notes at the same time?
it's not singing two notesat the same time it actaully hitting two notes almost simutaneously. what's wrong we r.kelly in the first place???? because he famous during our time"(meaning hiis part of pop music)????


frank sinatra was even a bigger part of pop music during his time.
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Chris Isaak and Michael Buble for more recent candidates.
You beat me to posting Michael Buble. Just yesterday I was listening to Jane Monheit "I won't dance" where they sing as a duo. He does have a very pleasant voice, as well as Jane. They make a great duo.
post #68 of 138
Freddie Mercury. I also think that Daniel Johns of Silverchair deserves some credit...dude has a set of pipes. I saw them in February in Toronto and his vocals were astounding...
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Paul McCartney / John Lennon
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easily maynard james keenan
post #71 of 138
Non-classical: John McDermott (albeit losing a little sheen as he ages)

Classical: the young Pavarotti; the baritones Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau and Sir Thomas Allen.
post #72 of 138
Tom Waits?

not necessarily the most 'glorious' but i still love it
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cat stevens

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Treat yourself to Tea for the Tillerman and Teaser and the Firecat, great albums!
Yes, I too have enjoyed both of these albums.
Thanks for your input!

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post #74 of 138
Sinatra and Elvis. C'mon you people!
post #75 of 138
I've got a few to list:

Freddie Mercury, Sting (don't really like him, but his voice is undeniably great), Frank Sinatra, George Michael, Ray Charles
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