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Has anyone mentioned Zooey Deschanel yet?
I love to hear her sing in She & Him.
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Has anyone mentioned Zooey Deschanel yet?
I love to hear her sing in She & Him.

 

Yes, at the top of this very page.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/522812/the-best-female-vocals-your-favorite-female-singers/1455#post_9571501

 

 

Just for future reference, there is a 'Search This Thread' option near the top of this page, so you can use that to check in future. Cheers anyway.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/newsearch/?search=Zooey+Deschanel&resultSortingPreference=recency&byuser=&output=posts&sdate=0&newer=1&type=all&containingthread%5B0%5D=522812&advanced=1


Edited by Mython - 7/5/13 at 9:24am
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Emily kokal, from warpaint

Serafina steer

Billie Holiday

& every now and again, Kim Deal from Pixies

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This is a bit unconventional, but... Sophie Madeleine:

 


Edited by Mython - 7/9/13 at 5:19am
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Caitlin Rose:

 

 


Edited by Mython - 10/22/13 at 3:14pm
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Danielle Anderson ('Danielle ate the Sandwich') :

 

 

 

It deserves pointing out that Danielle writes a great many songs herself, unlike so many these days. Check her out on Youtube and you'll see her performing many original compositions.

 

 

 

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Edited by Mython - 6/28/14 at 7:17am
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EDIT: Somehow, this one slipped through the thread search at the time I originally posted it, a couple of weeks ago, so just wanted to give credit to Br777, whose mention of Nataly Dawn the thread search threw up today:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/522812/the-best-female-vocals-your-favorite-female-singers/210#post_7159730

 

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Pomplamoose (Nataly Dawn):

 

 

 

 


 

Also see:

 

Danielle Anderson ('Danielle ate the Sandwich')

Eleisha Eagle

Alysha Brillinger

Zooey Deschanel

Emily Elbert

Gabriella Cilmi

Natalie Duncan

Lisa Hannigan

Trixie Whitley

Quadron

 



Edited by Mython - 2/15/16 at 1:02pm
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Slow Moving Millie:

 

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Elli Ingram. Another Brit with amazing pipes.

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Elli Ingram. Another Brit with amazing pipes.


I like the comment on one of her YouTube Videos, "Its like Amy Whinehouse & Adele had a baby !"  Very accurate.

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I like the comment on one of her YouTube Videos, "Its like Amy Whinehouse & Adele had a baby !"  Very accurate.

Pretty much. I can't stop listening to her rework of Poetic Justice.

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Pomplamoose (Nataly Dawn):

 

 

 

LOL! I love me some Sandman! 

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Definitely Elizabeth Fraser from Cocteau Twins, followed by Anneke van Giersbergen.
 

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LOL! I love me some Sandman! 

 

Heheh!, Well, you might recall me offering-up the Puppini Sisters, many months ago:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/522812/the-best-female-vocals-your-favorite-female-singers/660#post_7920961

 

They have a great version of this 1950's track on their debut album, 'Betcha' Bottom Dollar':

 

amazon.co.uk/Betcha-Bottom-Dollar-Puppini-Sisters/dp/B000FDFKEI

 

'Mr Sandman' is absolutely not the kind of music I'd normally listen to, but when a work colleague of mine lent me the Puppini Sister's album, 18 months ago, I was blown away by their harmonies and, on that basis, I really appreciate their work, including the track therein, 'Mr Sandman', so that's why my mind is now open to modern-day interpretations of some of the old 1950's vocal harmony tracks, even though they are, on the face of it, outrageously camp and kitsch! wink_face.gif

 

Just for the record, here's the Puppini sisters performing the track in question, and I make no apologies for posting it, coz their vocals are superb! tongue_smile.gif   

 

 

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(incidentally, if anyone is a fan of jazz guitarists like Martin Taylor, then listen out for Martin Kolarides, in the backing of the above Puppini Sisters track. He's a damn fine player!)

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