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Linda Ronstadt
Emmylou Harris
Brandi Carlile
Allison Moorer
Alison Krauss
Dolly Parton
Sandy Denny
Linda Thompson
Genevieve Schatz (Company of Thieves)
Natalie Merchant
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not sure how this sound to you guys, but I like it...

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Originally Posted by Trysaeder View Post
 

I think we all have a soft melt spot for awesome female voices. Post the ones that make you feel warm and fuzzy or just the ones you admire a lot.

Taylor Swift in her new song 'speak now'

Tarja Turunnen from nightwish. She's such a good singer, almost bottlenecked by nightwish but she managed to make it something awesome.

Hayley Williams from Paramore. I just like angry, angsty girls. That and because her live performances are so full of energy. biggrin.gif

All i heard was "Taylor Swift"

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not sure if she's been mentioned in the 100 or so pages here, but what about samantha barks of les mis fame?

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQCPf55uoK4

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A couple of songs I've been enjoying quite a bit lately.  Dubstep style with wonderful vocals by a band called Crywolf.

 

 

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Wow, after posting those I did a bit of poking around youtube.  Apparently there is a lot of beautiful female vocal dubstep out there?  I'm seeing mixes all over the place, but they aren't labeled as to who the artists are in the mix.  Anyone have any experience with this genre and can point me in the right directions?

 

Currently I like Crywolf and Ascendence & the Nineties but don't know of others.

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I like Cristina Scabbia from Lacuna Coil, nice voice saw her in show too!

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I like Cristina Scabbia from Lacuna Coil, nice voice saw her in show too!

She's coming to my city soon; I wish I could go she has an incredible voice. 

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Originally Posted by Triggerfish View Post
 

Wow, after posting those I did a bit of poking around youtube.  Apparently there is a lot of beautiful female vocal dubstep out there?  I'm seeing mixes all over the place, but they aren't labeled as to who the artists are in the mix.  Anyone have any experience with this genre and can point me in the right directions?

 

Currently I like Crywolf and Ascendence & the Nineties but don't know of others.

Katy B 

 

Check out this song: Stephen Swartz - Bullet Train

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Malia:

 

 

 

...she recently did quite a moody contemporary album with Yello's Boris Blank:

 

 

 


 

Also see:

 

Patricia Kass  (French)

 



Edited by Mython - 8/29/14 at 8:44am
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I like Natalie Merchant, but I like Mary Ramsey's voice more

 

 

 

Steve Nicks 

 

 

 

Some classical

1- Leo Delibes - Dome Epais (Flower Duet) (Lakme, Act I). 4:48min.
2- Lascia Chinói Pianga (Rinaldo) (Arr.Craig Leon & Isobel Cooper).4:34 min.
3- O Mio Bambino Caro (Gianni Schicchi). 2:05 min.

 

 


Edited by SilverEars - 2/24/14 at 8:03pm
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For me Tarja Turunen specially when shes singing Swan Heart and Sleeping Sun :)


+1. I love her vocals. I remember when I first discovered Nightwish, I was awestruck. I had never heard music like that before, and I was just so taken by it.

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...and now for something completely different...an ensemble by the name of 'Passiflora':

 

I'm not really sure what to make of them, to tell you the truth! :blink:

 

They are awesome. I mean whats not to love about a band of spanish hippy chicks!  Gracias for that one :bigsmile_face:

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This Must Be The Most Beautiful Version Of  Bruce Springsteen's

''I'm On Fire'' ever made.

I also have a  24/96 Studio Master Wav file version of the song, same arrangement but recorded on another day,which put's all my other ''AUDIOPHILE'' recordings to shame.

 

 

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