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Old 03-17-2007, 07:27 PM   #46
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1. Bono
2. Steve Perry
3. Eddie Veder
4. Michael Hutchence
5. Melissa Etheridge
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Old 03-17-2007, 07:43 PM   #47
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Eddie Vedder
Neil Young
Janis Joplin
Denny Doherty
Stephen Stills
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1. Freddie Mercury
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2.Roger Daltrey
3.Robert Plant
4.Bono(pre 1995)
5.Ian Gillian
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Old 03-19-2007, 10:53 PM   #49
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2. Steve Perry
I was wonderin' where you were, Carek !!
I knew that besides myself ... you also wouldn't forget about Perry !!

Although, apparently everyone else in this thread has !!

Now, if only I knew how to post a pic, then I'd 'blast' this thread with him all over the place !!
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Old 03-19-2007, 11:23 PM   #50
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In terms of pure vocal ability, however, I would say that Sarah McLachlan would top my list. Her voice is simply ethereal.
She's truly amazing

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By the same token I can question why everyone always neglects Bhutanese music. It's always white male rock bands. Highly Euro/America-centric. Probably a holdover from colonial/patriachal attitudes.

It's like how a tie becomes a phallic symbol of female subservience.
What the hell???

To me, if you put that much thinking into the music you like or don't like, there's a problem. I love music because of the way it makes me feel, not because I choose to alienate a certain group, or not be all-inclusive. Whether you're Chinese, vertically-challenged, or even Mr. Brau, if you've got a great song that truly moves me, I'll listen.

My top five:

1. Bono
2. Eddie Vedder
3. Thom Yorke
4. Neil Young
5. John Lennon
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Fitzchivalry, you left Eddie Murphy off your list.

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Freddie Mercury
Bono
David Bowie
Paul McCartney
Bruce Springsteen
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Did I post my list already? I honestly don't remember. Either way this is probably different than my old list already, so what the hell:

1. Bruce Springsteen
2. Bjork
3. Emmylou Harris
4. David Bowie
5. Thom Yorke
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i think my very favorite bruce albums when it comes to vocals would be:
E Street Shuffle & Devils & Dust

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i think my very favorite bruce albums when it comes to vocals would be:
E Street Shuffle & Devils & Dust

New York City Serenade.
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4.Mr.Bellamy
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