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Old 06-11-2008, 04:10 PM   #31
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Linda Ronstadt or Aretha
Beth - I went to a Linda Ronstadt concert back in the mid 70's. Her voice was so perfectly clear it actually hurt to listen to her. I will have to agree with you on her - she's another major favorite!

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Old 06-11-2008, 04:36 PM   #32
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Come on now, don't you be pickin on bald and balderjust kidding, couldn't resist
That's funny LEFS, I can see why the boy always wears a cowboy hat.
I do like his vocals on traditional country songs though. He still has that twang that you don't hear much any more.
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Old 06-11-2008, 04:53 PM   #33
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Yeah, that was a good one. Bald and balder.....
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Old 06-11-2008, 05:21 PM   #34
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That's funny LEFS, I can see why the boy always wears a cowboy hat.
I do like his vocals on traditional country songs though. He still has that twang that you don't hear much any more.
Oh I like his voice too don't get me wrong. I'll tell ya what though... I only found that out when he did that part of the Jody Foster movie Panic Room. He played a very good bad guy, and yep, he's a que ball with sidewalls. Now Ms. O'Conner, I've seen her lately on a picture or something, she has hair now.

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Beth - I went to a Linda Ronstadt concert back in the mid 70's. DH and I did too, at the Greek Theater here in Los Angeles. She was magnifico! She had trouble that night with her tube/tank/sleeveless top. Her words to us [after playing adjustments with it all night] were..."I could just let it slip all the way down and not give it another thought, but I'd be embarrassed and you'd be disappointed." Thought that was very witty of her...Her voice perfect, you're right. Her voice was so perfectly clear it actually hurt to listen to her. I will have to agree with you on her - she's another major favorite!

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Old 06-11-2008, 07:02 PM   #35
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Favorite female Celine Dion
male: Josh Turner
My favorite song is Prayer sung by Celine and Josh Groban!! Absolutely beautiful!!!
Thank you, that was beautiful.
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Male - Waylon Jennings - Willie
Femame - Bette Middler - Linda Ronstadt

Sorry there was a tie.

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Old 06-11-2008, 07:10 PM   #37
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James Taylor and Carly Simon. Check out her Moonlight Serenade album and check out all of his.
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shortchef, weren't they once married?
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Yes they were. And I, too, endorse the Moonlight Serenade album. Gorgeous.
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Two just for fun...Impossible to choose just 1 of each

Luciano Pavarotti and....

Hey check it out...Right here....Sarah Brightman....the lady can sing the phone book!
Over three octaves of range...Any style...And can dance while she's doin it!!
That pair gets my vote too, Bob! Luciano brings tears to my eyes, even when I don't understand the words.
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