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THE best female vocals? (your favorite female singers)

Discussion in 'Music' started by trysaeder, Nov 14, 2010.
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  1. FullBright1
    Everything old is new again.
    There is no "new" technology, there is just "smaller", or "higher definition"....."Stronger", or "Faster".
    What Taylor does, is recycle the previous, "Taylor Style".
    Some of her "greatest hits" are a clever reworking of a previous hit song.
    All artist take from the previous and reinvent it as theirs.
    This is "Art".
    For example, Steven Spielberg's "Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind"......... John William's wrote the score... and remember that main theme.............da....da.....da...............da......daaaaaaaaa.
    Well, he stole that.....note for note..... from another obscure movie soundtrack.
    And how about "Love Story", that really fine Taylor Swift Song. ???
    Well, she took Def Leppard's "Hysteria", the song, and made it new again using Banjo's, and a Pop-Country Style.
    She even added new lyrics.
  2. CoryGillmore
    That's pop for you. Well, modern music really. Taylor does at least write most of her lyrics, which is commendable in todays' pop music.
  3. FullBright1
    She writes her lyrics, she writes the songs, even if she borrows...
    The best part, is that the girl can perform live.
    Live is the test, and Taylor is a really good live performer.
    A lot of today's pop music, works like this.....
    The Record company needs a new album from Beyonce.
    So, they call their STAFF of song writers who write her entire album, and its recorded by the best players that are available at that time.
    Its not totally mixed yet, because it does not have her lead vocals on it..
    So...they bring her in, she learns the songs, and she puts out "her" album.
    Its been this way for most of these talentless types since Janet Jackson's "Control" album came out in the early '80s.
    They do nothing but learn the songs that are previously written, and then they make 2-4 really dirty videos for the Music Channel's to sell the album, as the music wont sell it, but the soft porn will.
    Then, you have the "Grammy" awards that give awards to these type "artists".
    Last edited: Dec 10, 2018
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  4. Tsukuyomi
    Marlene Dietrich
  5. CoryGillmore
    Speaking of performing live, I don’t know if you’re into The Killers, but oh my god I just picked up the BluRay of their performance at the Royal Albert Hall from like 10 years ago and it’s so amazing. It’s mixed extremely well too and on a nice home theater system (like I have) it was truly an experience.
  6. chengsta

    this is a demo from a year ago, but the full version got released a few months ago. I am totally in love with Rigel Theatre.
    Honestly I don't know what they're saying, but that makes it better because I can fantasize. Also I believe that the voice can be an instrument in itself.
  7. blackdragon87

    fav female rock band
  8. 5twnr
    Not my favorite track, but the youtube comments for this are hilarious
  9. FullBright1
    Yes, i like Brandon F. and the boys.
    He made a solo record some years ago, that has Charlize Theron in it, that is also a good song .....:)
    She's so pretty.
    So, based on your recommendation, i'll buy the BR.
    And you be certain to buy the BBC-Radio 1 "Jeff Lynne's ELO" concert from , i think 2014.
    NOT the latest one from Wimbledon, as that one has inferior sound quality.
    Buy that 1st live BBC-Radio 1 Jeff Lynn's ELO, disc, and thank me later.
    Try not to watch any of it on Youtube, as that is cheating.... instead just get it, and watch it from anew, so that the experience is the best it can. be.
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  11. SilverEars
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  12. baiyy1986
    Chaka Khan
    Norah Jones
  13. shockdoc
  14. shockdoc
  15. SilverEars
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