Greatest 60s and 70s Singers and Bands
The Contenders: Page 9
Lyrical poetic female fairytale figure of all times
Should be much higher. The singing angel.
She should be on the top voices of all folk and lyrical music,angel voice
Deep breathy voice, a sound I love to listen, her beautiful voice
She starred in Jesus Christ Superstar, performed for years with Eric Clapton, then along with the Bee Gees set the tone for 70's R&B and the Disco generation. She remains a rocker at heart and continues to perform and dazzle audiences!
Cat Stevens has several hits in 70s such as "Wild World","Father and Son","Lady D'arbanville" and also "Peace Train" who has the most impressive velvet voice I've ever heard.V 2 Comments
One of the best singers ever with his unique style of really using is voice- WOW!
Born in Connecticut about 20 miles from where I was born.
One singer that could really singV 2 Comments
Amazing Women and song writer with a golden voice
An amazing musician, he played the drums in The Beatles, and he was an amazing man.
What made Ringo's music great was he didn't sound like the Beatles had enough of that junk.V 1 Comment
She don't know that she's a lucky girl, Got the best guy in the whole wide world.. She's a fool. Good ol days
What a great singer and songwriter!V 1 Comment
Freddie Mercury and Bryan May
Brilliant song writers, and yes, real musicians, once they gained control. Some of the best sounds came from this group who were the only group to have 4 #1 albums in one year, and outsold BOTH the Beatles and the Stones in 1967!V 1 Comment
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