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Just picked up a live cd from Pelageya (begins with a T) 

 

Pelageya is a judge on The Voice Russia. I like watching her on this show.

 

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I can't tell ya'll how many times now I have discovered an amazing band, jumped on this thread to post my excitement, only to find I had already posted them.  Does this ever happen to anyone else?  I dont know how I forgot about Hundred Waters, but the deeper irony is that I rediscovered them while listening to another band that I had the same experience of posting, forgetting, and rediscovering recently -  Sylvan Esso whom I am now in love with..and in youtube's suggested listening column on the sylvan esso video... hundred waters... life is funny... and my wallett is begging me for mercy...  ;-)

 

 

 

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I dont even know what to say about this....

 

Hundred Waters

 

 

 

 

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Well, there are so many great artists in this thread (hundreds!). I agree; it can be hard to reliably recollect all of them.


But maybe that's even a good thing smily_headphones1.gif
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My issue with female vocals is that it's difficult to find a female singer who is in the vein of music I like. All of my music is male vocals, oddly enough. Except for My Bloody Valentine. While some of their earlier stuff, I don't like how the vocals sound, it sounds very awkward, their second album and onwards, they nailed the vocals. I think it's quite beautiful, I hope to find more female vocals that fit into the type of music I like. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlC5CvDbS4A

 

It's not the best female vocals I've heard necessarily, but it's the best female vocals I've heard along with having music that I absolutely love.

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I've just "discovered" Nnenna Freelon. WOW!!!!

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I've just "discovered" Nnenna Freelon. WOW!!!!

4 favourite tracks of mine, by her, are 'Never Let Me Go', 'tis Autumn', 'Bewitched Bothered & Bewildered' , and 'Heritage', all from the album 'Heritage'
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Ukrainian language

 

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These were not mentioned yet:

 

Leona Naess (Folk/Contemporary - light and airy - for relaxing or day dreaming)

  Sunny Sunday - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=550ZoJ1umIA

  Calling - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RdJqaeOqxKk&list=PLxCoOwcod-7gEC5ALgXP7gDGM7cKywT3z

 

Sandra Nasic of Guano Apes (Metal - super energy - useful for getting pumped during exercising, bar fights or robbing banks)

   Quietly -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c43jUkQlMHM&list=RDc43jUkQlMHM#t=39

   High - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJU3Xkqorvw

   Counting the Days - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgVzuE8-MaI

   Pretty in Scarlet - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0_6FoOIlSQ&list=RDV0_6FoOIlSQ#t=9  (<—here’s one for slow dancing)

 

Mython mentioned Natalie Walker and I have to agree:

Natalie Walker (Contemporary)

  - Colorblind (Counting Crows cover) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JeJp7ALXm_k

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Robyn Sherwell

Everything about this is awesome! Great singer, great guitar, great sound quality. Beautiful woman!!

 

   

 

HAH!! I was listening to this with my headphones on and at 3:35 into Pale Lung, I looked out the window to see what the sirens were all about.  Adding her to my library.  Much Thanks. 

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