Playing tracks by
Ry Cooder, Lisa Kekaula (The Bellrays), Macy Gray, Joss Stone, Roxie Ray (The Underbelly) and more.
I couldn't note much info, here..
So many great women, beautiful voices..
A little something, though:
Warm up with some soul revival. Sharon Jones and "This Land is Your Land" had set the scene back in 2005.
More Neo-Soul Alice Russel, just had to be in the list. She is the one for me.
The go-back-in-time with a stop in 90's and Jocely Brown's version of "Always there".
And from here and on, women born in 30's and 40's, soul made in 60's
An impressive statistic says that a Grammy award, was something Aretha Franklin would
The Interlude: Betty Davis
Sexy Niambi Steele. Check something interesting she says http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N04yk2UqN_k
The Late Recognition: Bettye Lavette.
The strange story of Clare Torry, a non-Pink Floyd-Fan and the 2 1/2 takes to one of the most
impressive voice improvising in history of Music.
This is a kind of must-have list.
There are many more exceptional voices. I bet you'll search for them.