Best Female Singers of the '60s
The Contenders: Page 4
Time magazine said she had the "purest soprano in popdom." Her voice combined with Cass Elliot made the Mamas & the Papas superstars. She also co-wrote "California Dreamin'."V 1 Comment
Indian singer with incredible lyrics
60's British songbird, should have been much bigger than she was. Best version of Tell Him.
Great voice 'Tell Him & Angel Of The Morning' outstanding
A great singer. One of the very best. She did wonders for the Mamas and Papas. And she died too soon...
How can Michcell Phillips be higher on the list than Cass? Enough said about your list
Mama Cass is at number 13 as well. I think someone should aggregate her scores.
If she was not one of the Best, her singing career would never have lasted for so many generations.
'Wheel of Fortune' one of the best tracks ever
I don't need to say any thing about Doris. It's all been said before.
I love her early jazz with big bands. That's who she was at heart.
Before my time, but I still love herV 2 Comments
Such a clear sweet angelic voice... not in the list?
What a thrilling dark powerful voice and do many great hits.
Always amazing...great actress tooV 1 Comment
Very underrated and though she recorded some material with bad arrangements not suited to her voice, but the song Hurt and many others put her at the top of the soul charts. As far as power and emotion, she's at the top of the list.V 1 Comment
Made a massive comeback. Appeared in numerous films and television shows including Magic School Bus (she voiced Murph) and Hannah Montana (as Aunt Dolly). - playstationfan66V 1 Comment
Liverpudlian songstress with a voice that was a close match for Dusty Springfield. Sadly her big break never came, but what an amazing potential.V 1 Comment
Sandy Posey is a spectacular singer who sang The Nashville Sound. Sandy was also singing with Elvis, and was nominated for a Grammy- Best Female Pop Vocal Performance 1967. It's time people get over Born A Woman and Sandy becomes a household name!
If you hear her music, you'll agree that she's the best female vocalist of the 60s. Don't know why she isn't as popular as these superstars even when she has more great songs.
With so many hits, she should be a hall of famer. A true jazz singer.
Powerful and spiritual singer!
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