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post #1531 of 2416
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Originally Posted by Mython View Post

Not sure what to make of this artist, but I'll let you be the judge.

 

Natasha Haws:

 

 

One to watch I think Mython - found this - recording quality not the best, but shows her talent .....

 

Natasha Haws - Stranger

 

She also has a Bandamp EP you can catch here (http://natashahaws.bandcamp.com/album/natasha-haws-ep)


Edited by Brooko - 7/24/13 at 1:46am
post #1532 of 2416

Thanks for that.

 

She kind of makes me think of a cross between Sinead O'Connor and Bjork, and I honestly can't work out whether that's a good marriage or not.

 

It'll be interesting to see how her musical style develops as time goes by.

post #1533 of 2416

Lauren Aquilina

 

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Alexz Johnson

 

Katie Melua

post #1535 of 2416

Phew, I just read the entire thread and it took quite some time even though I've heard most of the stuff.

Needless to say most of what I like has already been mentioned at least a few times but there were some nice new findings for me.

 

One voice I really like is that of Susan Calloway, who isn't particularly well-know aside from probably the Final Fantasy fans as she did the theme song for it. She's kinda going under the radar but supposedly is working on a new album right now.

 

 

I'm also a big fan of Ally Rhodes' voice, who has made a ton of covers on youtube but she also has 2 original albums and I'm proud that I contributed on kickstarter for her second one.

 

 

I'm also kinda following the boring music shows like x factor and the voice just to find out new artists to like and I was pretty impressed with Sarah Simmons and her voice

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uylRD9tUoLg

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1xq0yJXfRE

I'll definitely be waiting for her to release something original. 

post #1536 of 2416
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Phew, I just read the entire thread and it took quite some time even though I've heard most of the stuff.

 

In one sitting? How long did it take?

 

I sometimes think of reading through the whole thing but I dont have the time.

post #1537 of 2416
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In one sitting? How long did it take?

 

I sometimes think of reading through the whole thing but I dont have the time.

 

It is worth it, though. Loads of great recommendations that I'd not heard of previously (and I already knew a very wide range of female vocalists).

post #1538 of 2416
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Originally Posted by jjinh View Post

 

In one sitting? How long did it take?

 

I sometimes think of reading through the whole thing but I dont have the time.

Yeah, in one sitting - I'm sick, so I'm staying home and didn't have anything better to do. I'm not sure how long - maybe 7-8 hours but as I said I've heard a lot of the stuff otherwise it would have taken a lot longer than that.

post #1539 of 2416

I just searched this entire 103-page thread and didn't find Erin Boheme. Anyone who's into jazzy female vocals should check her out! I really liked her debut CD What Love Is and just recently saw that she put a new album out earlier this year. I don't actually have the new CD yet, it'll be my next purchase. But I love her voice and the streaming samples on Amazon sound promising.

 

post #1540 of 2416
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Originally Posted by Brooko View Post

One to watch I think Mython - found this - recording quality not the best, but shows her talent .....

 

Natasha Haws - Stranger

 

She also has a Bandamp EP you can catch here (http://natashahaws.bandcamp.com/album/natasha-haws-ep)

 

wow... at first i thought this was bat for lashes (natasha khan), name is similar and so is the voice! what a coincidence!

post #1541 of 2416

100+ pages and no mary jess leaverland??? the beautiful and gorgeous girl!!! please take time to check her out:

 

 

post #1542 of 2416
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I'm also a big fan of Ally Rhodes' voice, who has made a ton of covers on youtube but she also has 2 original albums and I'm proud that I contributed on kickstarter for her second one.

 

Have just ordered the CDs on listening to "Didn't Do A Thing" on YouTube alone! Beautiful.

post #1543 of 2416
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Have just ordered the CDs on listening to "Didn't Do A Thing" on YouTube alone! Beautiful.

Yeah, as I said - I'm a big fan. It's a shame she doesn't have the money to make a truly audiophile recording with the proper mastering and everything but hopefully that day will come coz I really like her voice.

 

On another note, I have to thank whoever posted that video of Lady Lamb the Beekeeper - I got her Ripely Pine album last week and I really really like it.


Edited by kova4a - 7/29/13 at 2:46pm
post #1544 of 2416

Anna Netrebko in "Souvenirs"

 

Renee Fleming in "Poemes"

 

Norah Jonnes in almost everything. 

 

Allison Kraus especially in "A Hundred Miles Or More - A Collection"

 

 

Diane Schuur & the Count Basie Orchestra

 

Etta James in everything she performs.

post #1545 of 2416
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Anna Netrebko in "Souvenirs"

 

I own and love this album!  One of the stand-out tracks is Netrebko and Garanca - singing Offenbach's Barcarolle

 

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