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post #41 of 203
Oh my Goddess, how could I have forgotten Norah Jones? Whew... (fanning self now lol) And I know I said it before but, Pink..LOL. She is like WOW, voice and everything. Kristi
post #42 of 203
Chris Cornell

I saw Ben Harper at ds ped's office-he's a hottie.
post #43 of 203
Prince, Trent Reznor, David Bowie, Robert Plant, Enrique, Alanis, Sarah Mclaughlin....man, my list goes on from here :LOL
post #44 of 203
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Originally Posted by isleta
I saw Ben Harper at ds ped's office-he's a hottie.
How come no one like that hangs out at our ped's office? So much more interesting to look at than those crappy Parenting magazines.... :LOL
post #45 of 203
Paul and John.

Don't you dare say "Paul and John who?"

Jack White
post #46 of 203
Thom Yorke (Radiohead), Leonard Cohen, and Jeff Buckley.
post #47 of 203
yummy....
the guy from the redskins,
joe strummer (the clash)
mike ness (social distortion)
shane macgowen from the pogues
billy from green day
jerry lee lewis based on piano player style and ability
hmmm. my list looks weird none of these guys are traditionally good looking and most are covered in tatoos from head to toe...or have no teeth ala shane macgowen.
i'll add more as i listen to the music in my head. lol.
maya
post #48 of 203
Anyone else know Tracey Thorn? Everything But the Girl?


OMG - Driving is one of the hottest songs ever!! IMNSHO, of course...........
post #49 of 203
okay i knew i would come back i saw i forgot the top ppl of my choice... hello maya,
Johnny cash his songs hurt and his song hurt
hank williams III
tracy chapman
ralph stanley wow can i just say wow.
singer from black 47
marxmen album 33 revolutions per minute is incredible
flogging mollys
rancid
hold one their are more just lemme think
oh yeah glen danzig

maya
post #50 of 203
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Originally Posted by ian'smommaya
okay i knew i would come back i saw i forgot the top ppl of my choice... hello maya,
Johnny cash his songs hurt and his song hurt
OT:
This so blew my mind to have Johnny Cash cover a Nine Inch Nails song. I was amazed that anyone affiliated with JCash would even know about NIN to suggest that JCash redo the NIN song :LOL
post #51 of 203
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Originally Posted by ian'smommaya
yummy....
the guy from the redskins,
The football team?
post #52 of 203
Seal

Robbie Robertson

Bill Withers

Manu Chao (even though he is pretty goofy)

Placido Domingo -- my first heart throb at the age of 9, when I could only hear his voice as his body was too small on the stage from where I was sitting in the nose-bleed seats at the SF Met to see Andrea Chenier.

Yves Montand (but, I think he is dead -- hip, hip, hooray for recordings)

and the possibly oddest considering his public persona: Neil Diamond. He has a fabulous voice.

But, uh, don't tell my husband. He likes all of their singing too. (My heavens, the implications of that could be very interesting.)
post #53 of 203
Oh boy ... oh boy!!

THOM YORK from Radiohead. He's so yummy!
Chris Martin from Coldplay
Lenny Kravitz


post #54 of 203
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Originally Posted by Amywillo
The football team?

ahhhh nooo, sorry for the confusion the band. they are an english oi band. oi is a type of music. sort of punk for ppl like me. extra tuff punk music or something like it. (jk)they are very good but broke up a long time ago.


craftymommaof2 the johhny cash cover is soo much better than the trent reznor version because it is done by an old man right before or right after his wife dies. that makes it a much deeper song.

maya
post #55 of 203
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Originally Posted by sohj
Seal

Robbie Robertson

Bill Withers

Manu Chao (even though he is pretty goofy)

Placido Domingo -- my first heart throb at the age of 9, when I could only hear his voice as his body was too small on the stage from where I was sitting in the nose-bleed seats at the SF Met to see Andrea Chenier.

Yves Montand (but, I think he is dead -- hip, hip, hooray for recordings)

and the possibly oddest considering his public persona: Neil Diamond. He has a fabulous voice.

But, uh, don't tell my husband. He likes all of their singing too. (My heavens, the implications of that could be very interesting.)
Right on sista. Great taste!
post #56 of 203
Macy Grey and the singer from Nickelback
post #57 of 203
ditto the macy grey yoohooo...

maya
post #58 of 203
Van Morrison, Van Morrison, Van Morrison...
Daryll Hall
Joe Cocker
Rod Stewart
The blonde guy from UB40 (lead singer)
Billy Idol
Lyle Lovette
The guy from Matchbox Twenty...what is his name? Rob...??? Somebody...

Well, I can't "do" that many...I'm married...and I'm tired. LOL!!! But I LOVE their voices!
post #59 of 203
UB40-Ali Campbell
Matchbox Twenty-Rob Thomas
post #60 of 203
Last one...Darius Rucker from Hootie and the Blowfish...
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