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And....so how about those female vocals? I'll also throw in Kd Lang's: Hymns of the 48th Parallel. 

 

Oh, has anyone heard of Eva Cassidy? tongue.gif Live at Blues Alley is tremendous. 


Edited by MattTCG - 12/22/12 at 6:45am
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 Live at Blues Alley is tremendous. 

 

 

Agreed!   beerchug.gif

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Featured on Head-fi at the moment, in relation to Chesky Records having some new binaural offerings, I hadn't heard of Amber Rubarth before, so I visited her own webpage:

 

http://www.amberrubarth.com/video

 

 

I like some of her stuff:

 

 

 

Quite cute, too! wink_face.gif


Edited by Mython - 12/25/12 at 10:15am
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to be honest i don't follow this thread until recently, and i don't think this thread deserves to be where Vanessa Carlton and Laura Marling music are shared. That is what I think, i don't think a popular place is where good music to be shared. But if you are to assume that it is the people that like certain music, not music that draws to people, then you are wrong. These music are made by special people, where as yes, music of a certain style does draws to certain people, and then somepoeple will never like it.

 

but just in case anyone likjes whatw i like, i have to say Vanessa cArlton

's heroes and thieve is hands down my favorite album of ALL UNIVERSE. and MY MANIC AND I is favorite song of all existence.

 

 

 

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This is Spectacular!  Good old Mahogany Sessions!

 

Delilah & Liam Bailey - Breathe // Live at Union Chapel

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Maria Brink from In this Moment

 

 

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This is Spectacular!  Good old Mahogany Sessions!

 

Delilah & Liam Bailey - Breathe // Live at Union Chapel

 

 

She's a capable singer, but I dislike her overly-stylized attempts to forcibly 'demonstrate' vocal dexterity. It just sounds extremely contrived. I consider it a 'disease' of modern Rn'B singers. Such a waste of underlying talent :-(

 

Thanks for the heads-up, though. This time it was a 'miss' for me, but there are plenty of other suggestions of yours in this thread which I do really like. It's all good; each to their own, etc. smile.gif

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I'm not necessarily a Heart fan but I do enjoy some of their stuff. If you're of my generation, this will harken back to days gone by and put a huge smile on your face. Note the dignitaries in the audience including Robert Plant nearly brought to tears of joy, Jimmie Page lovin' what he heard, The Prez & First Lady, Yo-Yo Ma groovin', and more...

 

Check it out

 


Edited by bluemonkeyflyer - 12/30/12 at 12:22pm
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I'm not necessarily a Heart fan but I do enjoy some of their stuff. If you're of my generation, this will harken back to days gone by and put a huge smile on your face. Note the dignitaries in the audience including Robert Plant nearly brought to tears of joy, Jimmie Page lovin' what he heard, The Prez & First Lady, Yo-Yo Ma groovin', and more...

 

Check it out

 

 

 

I have to say, those Kennedy tribute concerts make me cringe - not on account of the performers, but on account of the 'hero worship' aspect of them (much like the 'Musicares' concerts).

 

 

However, it's a good performance by Heart, and on the subject of them, let's not forget that they've also performed with a favourite of this thread, by the name of Alison Krauss bigsmile_face.gif  (and,of course, Alison has performed with Robert Plant, though I've disliked that particular collaboration ever since I bought the 'Raising Sand' album. It's actually the only Krauss album I won't listen to. Oh well...):

 


Edited by Mython - 12/30/12 at 3:07pm
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i know, i am not trying to make it that way... i just want to be chilled and laid back yet make a point, but not to force it even if it does not.

 

and i just checked what i said, i made 100% sense to those that are meant to read it and understand it

 

I found the point you made to be clear at-first-glance. However, conveniently sharing your beloved Vanessa in the very place you feel isn't deserving of, took away whatever you gained in making that point. Credibility, perhaps?

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But, this is my view...and I welcome the conversation.

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Featured on Head-fi at the moment, in relation to Chesky Records having some new binaural offerings, I hadn't heard of Amber Rubarth before, so I visited her own webpage:

 

http://www.amberrubarth.com/video

 

 

I like some of her stuff:

 

Quite cute, too! wink_face.gif

 

Thanks!

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I went to go see Kaki King play, and she had Lady Lamb the Bee Keeper opening for her, someone that I had never heard before.  I was jaw-dropped shocked that she was able to silence a room of chatting half drunk people by opening with acapella.  I had never seen an opening act do that, and from someone relatively new and unknown, I have to say that i'm now a fan, and I'm going to her next show as well.

 

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Jem:


 

 

Shakira:

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...a few others.


Edited by Grevlin - 1/11/13 at 8:46pm
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Hi,


I like Laura Nyro and Vienna Teng. 

 

Cheers Rich

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