September 27, 2007

Five greatest voices in rock and roll


One of my old blog buddies, OCD Man, is posting again so I am taking his question from the other day: In your opinion, who are the five greatest voices in rock and roll?






My answers:


Robert Plant
Greg Lake
David Bowie

Michael Hutchence

Anne Wilson

19 comments:

Bruce said...

Geoff Tate
Sebastian Bach
Ann Wilson
Brent Smith(Shinedown)
Pat Benatar

Malcolm: said...

Little Richard
Janis Joplin
Steve Perry
Prince
Paul McCartney

reojames said...

MeatLoaf
Brad Delp
Jon Anderson
Elvis Presley
Freddie Mercury
:)

Thanks for the link!
See ya!

Angie said...

Neil Young
Robert Plant
Patti Smith
Bon Scott
Chris Cornell

Cyberoutlaw said...

Annie Haslam (Renaissance)
Scott Weiland (Stone Temple Pilots)
Grace Slick (Jefferson Airplane)
Justin Heyward (Moody Blues)
Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull)

rock_of_ages said...

Names that spring to mind when I think "great voices" are...

David Coverdale (pre 1984 vintage!)
Danny Bowes (Thunder)
Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden)
Paul Rodgers
Danny Vaughn

Granted though the likes of Paul McCartney, Robert Plant, Roger Hodgson, Freddie Mercury and many more all have or can have the ability to create that "wow, what a voice" comment!

Jeff said...

I'm sure I would change it around more if I thought about it some more but:

Jim Morrison
David Gilmour
Robert Plant
Greg Lake
Jon Anderson

bob_vinyl said...

Elvis Presley
Aretha Franklin
Robert Plant
Roger Daltrey
Morrissey

Ask me again tomorrow and I might shift them around.

Anonymous said...

Michael Hutchence
Noah Hunt (Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band)
Jim Morrison
Robert Plant
Brent Smith

Wonder Boy said...

I'm going add some others here...I cheated and looked at the lists and I can't disagree with any of them...here are some other voices that popped into my head

James Taylor
Linda Ronstadt
John Lennon
Roger Daultry
Jackson Browne

Abby F. said...

Robert Plant
Freddie Mercury
Pat Benatar
Ann Wilson
Paul Rogers (tie) Grace Slick

Anonymous said...

Elvis Presley
Little Richard
Roy Orbison
Sam Cooke
Robert Plant

GOOBER said...

Mick Jagger
Paul McCartney
Sammy Hagar
Robert Plant
Neil Young

Allen Bush said...

Tough question. There are so many different types of great vocals. But gun-to-my-head-w/o-too-much-deep-thinking:

1. Paul Rodgers
2. Freddie Mercury
3. Robert Palmer
4. Roger Daltry
5. Rod Stewart (Long Live The Faces!)

Dr. John said...

In no particular order
Robert Plant
Roger Daltry
Geoff Tate
Jim Morrison
Ronnie James Dio

Anonymous said...

1. Van Morrison
2. Paul Rodgers
3. Roy Orbison
4. Sam Cooke
5. Robert Palnt

Anonymous said...

1: Steve Perry
2: Sammy Hagar
3: Freddy Mercury
4: Stephen Tyler
5: Don Henly

Barbara(aka Layla) said...

Anon, thanks for coming by and sharing your thoughts!

Anonymous said...

1. Roy Orbison
2. Freddie Mercury
3. Robert Plant
4. Jim Morrison
5. Steve Perry

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