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I don't hate him, but by the same measure don't have any of his albums.;)
 

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You mean his hard rockin' stuff RC? MP told me about them a while ago, he probably has them in his collection.

I am just having fun with you RC, I've never been a big pop fan, but if, and that's a big if I did one of these vocalist lists, there's a good chance Dean Martin would be on it. That would give people something to smile about I'm sure.:D
 

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You mean his hard rockin' stuff RC? MP told me about them a while ago, he probably has them in his collection.

Mhmm, some top-class melodic hard rock. Well worth listening to, assuming you dig Journey, Foreigner etc. etc. But I won't deny, his output since the mid 80s has been largely...questionable, to say the least.

I am just having fun with you RC, I've never been a big pop fan, but if, and that's a big if I did one of these vocalist lists, there's a good chance Dean Martin would be on it. That would give people something to smile about I'm sure.:D

Well, some of that bland easy-listening/adult contemporary stuff did produce some quality vocalists. I'll admit, I'm quite partial to Laura Brannigan :heheh:
 

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I've heard of her, but don't have any of her music.

Found a nice picture of her though.

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:heybaby:
 

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Ronnie James Dio
Jim Morrison
John Lennon
Bruce Dickinson
Eddie Vedder
Van Morrison
Chris Cornell
Paul McCartney
Ian Anderson
Paul Rodgers
James Dewar
Elton John
Joey Belladonna
Ian Gillan
Roger Daltrey
Robert Plant
Ray Gillen
David Bowie
Freddy Mercury
Steve Tyler
Ozzy Osbourne
Ian Hunter
Rob Halford
Mick Jagger
Steve Marriott

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Eric Burdon
Noddy Holder
Jon Anderson
Geoff Tate
Greg Lake
 
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Great to see Ian Anderson on your list Hawk, he would be on mine as well.:hab:
 

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Some people aren't too fond of Ian's vocals LG though always felt that he was a damn good singer and no slouch as an songwriter either :grinthumb
 

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A list of 25 would be MUCH easier for me to do than a list of 10 (which I have a very hard time with). I'm not very good at narrowing it down because of how many bands, vocalists, guitarists, etc that I like.

I'll work on my list.
 

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Some people aren't too fond of Ian's vocals LG though always felt that he was a damn good singer and no slouch as an songwriter either :grinthumb

He has a commanding presence live along with everything else. I can't think of anyone else singing for Jethro Tull other than him, and he is a songsmith of the highest order, at least he is to me.

Yeah I'm a huge fan and admit it.:D
 

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