Discussion in 'SMB' started by safcrob, May 21, 2019.
Julie Driscoll. This wheel's on fire, dah de dah de dum.
Sounds like a Screech Owl in a shed full of wind chimes to me.
I saw both at the City Hall. I’d also give Melissa Etheridge and Amanda Marshall a mention.
much prefer the Siouxsie & The Banshees version of that song (which also made the UK Top 20 back in the 80s) due to Siouxsie Sioux's unique vocals
Lucy Rose is incredible but I struggle to listen to female vocals. Dunno why.
same period... mid 90's... power in vocals ... Courtney Love even wanted to have this song (Not Here) as a single for her band (Hole) but this band from Manchester refused her request and released it themselves on Silvertone - was both John Peel's and Melody Makers single of the week
The one who was Kris Kristoffersons missus, forget her name now.
Leila Moss of The Duke Spirit
Nina Persson of The Cardigans
Mette Lindberg of The Asteroids Galaxy Tour
Maja Ivarsson of The Sounds
Juanita Stein of The Howling Bells
Lass from EchoBelly
no one mentioned Amy Lee yet?
holds a canny tune that lass
Gorgeous voice Maja Ivarsson has a nice voice too
Her vocals on Beautiful Goodbye are absolutely stunning. That is how to write and sing a ballad.
The Sounds are class, saw them in the old Independent in the town in 2007. Immense.
How they didn`t have huge hits baffles me. It`s great sounding classic Pop with killer tunes.
Check out Asteroids Galaxy Tour if you like The Sounds. A bit more psychedelic, but the same Scandinavian pop sound.
Ladyhawke has got a great voice. Amazed they didn't have more success.
Top stuff...going to check them out. Try Sahara Hotnights for some great Scandinavian Pop Rock:
That lass out of London Grammar
Stevie is my jam
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