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Favourite Voices.
20 April 2011
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Zig
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There are some great voices listed above.

I'll add Pat Benatar, Neil Diamond, Joni Mitchell, Van Morrison, Josh Grobin and just about anyone with the last name Staples.

GniknuS – I like your inclusion of Malcom Rebennack, Jr. – "such a night…"

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21 April 2011
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Geddy Lee! I love that unexplainable voice!

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21 April 2011
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Zig said:

There are some great voices listed above.

I'll add Pat Benatar, Neil Diamond, Joni Mitchell, Van Morrison, Josh Grobin and just about anyone with the last name Staples.

GniknuS – I like your inclusion of Malcom Rebennack, Jr. – "such a night…"

I had to google that, I thought it just said Doctor John on his birth certificate and maybe his middle name was boogie woogie or something like that. brian-epstein

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23 May 2011
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23 May 2011
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McLennonson said:

2. Bob Dylan

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23 May 2011
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MeanMrsMustard said:

McLennonson said:

2. Bob Dylan

LMAOOOO funny. Some people dig the nonexistent voice. To each is own. a-hard-days-night-george-4

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24 May 2011
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I love Dylan's voice too, maybe not how he sounds these days, but check out his voice in Girl From the North Country and Don't Think Twice, It's Alright. He has a very nice sentimental voice.

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24 May 2011
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His voice is probably the farthest thing from the normal pop voice. Doesn't mean it's bad, hut don't make me listen to anything he's done recently.

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24 May 2011
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Well, here's my list in no order:

Scott Stapp (I'm a HUGE Creed fan so obviously, he had to go on my list)

David Grohl (HUGE Foo Fighters fan, can't wait to see them live)

Brandon Boyd from Incubus

Kurt Cobain

Bono, of course

There's tons more, but I can't think of them at this moment…

And who could forget John, Paul, George, and Ringo? 

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25 May 2011
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I like female voices a lot, Phoebe Snow had one massive hit called Poetry Man and her voice is just fantastic.

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25 May 2011
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PennyLane said:

MeanMrsMustard said:

McLennonson said:

2. Bob Dylan

LMAOOOO funny. Some people dig the nonexistent voice. To each is own. a-hard-days-night-george-4

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27 May 2011
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GniknuS said:

I love Dylan's voice too, maybe not how he sounds these days, but check out his voice in Girl From the North Country and Don't Think Twice, It's Alright. He has a very nice sentimental voice.

Hehe… a-hard-days-night-john-6

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27 May 2011
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I think Burton Cummings from the Guess Who has to be one of the most underrated singers ever. Check out Sour Suite.

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27 May 2011
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McLennonson said:

GniknuS said:

I love Dylan's voice too, maybe not how he sounds these days, but check out his voice in Girl From the North Country and Don't Think Twice, It's Alright. He has a very nice sentimental voice.

Hehe… a-hard-days-night-john-6

Wich albums? Girl from the North Country is from the freewheelin', right?

But where is Don't think twice it's alright from?

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27 May 2011
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It's from the Freewheling Bob Dylan.

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27 May 2011
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Yep both from Freewheelin' (which btw is an absolutely fantastic album that I would recommend to anyone, especially for those two songs a-hard-days-night-george-10 ).

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30 May 2011
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There's a version of Girl From The North Country on Nashville Skyline (possibly my favourite Dylan album). It's a duet with Johnny Cash. Look out for it.

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13 June 2011
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Heard it.

 

You know the song 'Lay Lady Lay'.

 

He sounds sooo weird on that one.

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20 June 2011
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Billy Joel

Brian Wilson

Bruce Springsteen

Dean Martin

Elton John

Frank Sinatra

George Harrison

Jason Mraz

John Lennon

John Mayer

Mike Love

Neil Young

Paul McCartney

Paul Simon

Steve Perry

Tom Petty

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20 June 2011
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John and Paul obviously (I go through phases of whose I prefer, it's currently Macca), Bob Dylan, Julian Casablancas, Jason Mraz, Jack Johnson, Jeff Buckley, Zooey Deschanel, Marvin Gaye, Bill Withers, Al Green, etc etc.

That's all I can think of at the moment. a-hard-days-night-paul-7

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