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Right now I'm listening to Sarah Vaughan singing Gershwin. I'm in vocal heaven. :)

 

Finally, some love for "Sassy!"

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Amy Lee...no one else compares!

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On what day?

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Check out Somewhere Somebody sung by Jennifer Warnes on the AIX Headphones [xi] production of Nitty Gritty Surround. It's on iTunes, but it sounds pretty darn amazing, considering.

 

http://itunes.apple.com/au/album/nitty-gritty-surround-headphones/id514790981

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dosley01...where'd you go?!

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Still here, I have been busy shopping for all the accessories I need for my TT.  Now to do some record store shopping for all my favorite singers in vinyl.  Too bad everything I want seems to be out of print and $$$$.

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Great line up....except Patricia Barber!  Check out Cafe Blue and Modern Cool.  And Anna Maria Jopeck - Upojenie.

Cool. Never heard Patricia Barber before, and such stunning recordings :-) Anna Maria Jopeck is another gem, and again, a stunning recording. Any more recommendations? Got to be great sound quality though!! Did I mention EVA CASSIDY. lol

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Cool. Never heard Patricia Barber before, and such stunning recordings :-) Anna Maria Jopeck is another gem, and again, a stunning recording. Any more recommendations? Got to be great sound quality though!! Did I mention EVA CASSIDY. lol

 

Sade's "Please Send Me Someone To Love"

Norah Jones' "Stuck", "I Wouldn't Need You", and "Back To Manhattan"

Melody Gardot's "Worrisome Heart"

Madelein Peyroux' "Dance With Me To The End of Love"

Lucinda Williams' "I Long For Your Kiss", "Essence"

k. d. lang's "Wash Me Clean", "Constant Craving", and "Pullin' Back The Reins"

Juilanna Raye's "Dewberry Wine" and "Leaves Before Autumn"

Diana Krall's "I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance With You", "I've Got You Under My Skin", and "Fly Me To The Moon"

Cowboy Junkies' "Sweet Jane"

Allison Krauss' "Now That I've Found You" and "Lord Show Me The Way"

 

What about EVA CASSIDY?!

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dosley01...where'd you go?!

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Still here, I have been busy shopping for all the accessories I need for my TT.  Now to do some record store shopping for all my favorite singers in vinyl.  Too bad everything I want seems to be out of print and $$$$.

 

"Out of print" selections & BIG $$$ commanded the problems you previously hinted at?

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"Out of print" selections & BIG $$$ commanded the problems you previously hinted at?


No my problem is having a huge crush on Diana Krall which started my search for a TT and buying Vinyl (mostly because of the new album cover.  redface.gif)

 

I'm going to have a sit down with my DK SACDs vs DK Vinyl and see if I'm a Digital or Analog guy.  I grew up with Vinyl but by the middle 80's I can't say I was listening to anything "Audiophile" and then CDs went mainstream so I have never heard anything better than a $89 Technics turtable with a stock cartridge. 

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Chan Marshall.  New Cat Power album "Sun" out today.

 

 

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Rie Fu. So under rated frown.gif
Nagi's vocals from supercell...oh the highs...biggrin.gif
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i really enjoy vocals of:

 

dido

sarah brightman

lana del ray

gemma ray

katherine jenkin in pachaebel's canon

bat for lashes

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Sade's "Please Send Me Someone To Love"

Norah Jones' "Stuck", "I Wouldn't Need You", and "Back To Manhattan"

Melody Gardot's "Worrisome Heart"

Madelein Peyroux' "Dance With Me To The End of Love"

Lucinda Williams' "I Long For Your Kiss", "Essence"

k. d. lang's "Wash Me Clean", "Constant Craving", and "Pullin' Back The Reins"

Juilanna Raye's "Dewberry Wine" and "Leaves Before Autumn"

Diana Krall's "I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance With You", "I've Got You Under My Skin", and "Fly Me To The Moon"

Cowboy Junkies' "Sweet Jane"

Allison Krauss' "Now That I've Found You" and "Lord Show Me The Way"

 

What about EVA CASSIDY?!

Sade..... listened to a few albums. She's good but not outstanding

Norah Jones..........Got most. Love her to bits. Excellent recordings, particularly "Come Away With Me"

Melody Gardot.........Great.Watched a documentary about her the other day on TV

Diana Krall..............Listened to most. Favourite is "Live In Paris" and "The Girl In The Other Room"

Cowboy Junkies.......Excellent, especially "Trinity Sessions" and "Trinity Revisited"

Alison Kraus............Fantastic. Favourites are "New Favourite" and "Live"

Will listen to some of your recommendations.

 

Ohhh.......And Eva Cassidy is in a class of her own. I don't know of any one better............................yet!!!

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Love Leona Lewis!

 

 
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