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5 minutes ago, 4000 said:

I think everything I’ve ever heard about VM supports that. 

I’ve met Jon Anderson a couple of times though -although have certainly never worked with him! - and he seemed ok to me. 

Could’ve been an off day, I’m sure.

Had heard that was the consensus on VM though.

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3 minutes ago, AndyTravis said:

Could’ve been an off day, I’m sure.

Had heard that was the consensus on VM though.

Well it’s easy to seem ok for a few minutes.......😉

My two favourite male singers:

 

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Dusty. So much great stuff, here's a particular favourite:

 

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And from somewhere else on the amazing spectrum that is music, Steve Marriot:

 

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There's too many! 😬

Mostly female. :hi:

Ella, Etta, Aretha, Diana, Carla, Dusty, Shirly, Whitney, the list goes on...

Not so many dudes do it for me... Freddie, Jagger, Bob Marley, Ray Charles, Otis (obviously), Stevie...

Hairs stand up on the back of the neck performance! ^^^^^^^ ❤️

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Another sublime female singer - far from my usual music taste, but what a voice - Rhiannon Giddens.

 

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1 hour ago, Eldon Tyrell said:

Great voice and killer cover!

 

...sounds like one of those annoying adverts sorry...!

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1 hour ago, StickyDBRmf said:

Al Greene makes my knees weak

Yup, same here. Soul music for me provides the best vocalists - David Ruffin, Marvin Gaye, Stevie W, Luther Vandross, Whitney H, Aretha, Levi Stubbs - just a few of a very long list.

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6 hours ago, MrCrane said:

A voice sadly last to Parkinson's Disease

Thanks for posting this. I'd forgotten how good she was.

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Maybe I'm late to the party but I recently found the 'Daryl's House' stuff on Youtube, it's Daryl Hall of Hall & Oates with various guest artists.

There's been a bunch of people playing live stuff of their own and covers on there, I saw Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy doing this old soul classic and was pretty impressed having only heard the FOB pop stuff before.
 

 

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1 hour ago, Saul Panzer said:

Maybe I'm late to the party but I recently found the 'Daryl's House' stuff on Youtube, it's Daryl Hall of Hall & Oates with various guest artists.

There's been a bunch of people playing live stuff of their own and covers on there, I saw Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy doing this old soul classic and was pretty impressed having only heard the FOB pop stuff before.
 

 

I’d have to add Daryl Hall as one of those great voices too. Seen H&O live a couple of times and he is amazing. The ‘Daryl’s House’ stuff is all worth watching too, great band etc.

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9 hours ago, davepb24 said:

...sounds like one of those annoying adverts sorry...!

Yep same here - his voice is undoubtedly good, hope he can get a good song to do.

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Aretha is one singer I’d have liked to hear singing in person and l’d love to sit in the middle of a gospel choir at full blast. 

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Here's one people may not have heard. The (in my opinion) incredible voice of Malford Milligan with Storyville.

 

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