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Old 03-12-2011, 08:17 PM   #21
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Elvis Presley
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Freddie Mercury
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Old 03-13-2011, 04:25 PM   #22
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Freddie Mercury
Maynard James Keenan

Two of my faves.

I remember between reel to reel and LP my dad had News of the World, Day at the Races, and Sheer Heart Attack I think. Listened to that a lot growing up before I really understood music.

Tool is by far my favorite band. Maynards voice is truely like another instrument in the mix.
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Old 03-18-2011, 05:50 PM   #23
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Freddie Mercury
Maynard James Keenan

Two of my faves.

I remember between reel to reel and LP my dad had News of the World, Day at the Races, and Sheer Heart Attack I think. Listened to that a lot growing up before I really understood music.

Tool is by far my favorite band. Maynards voice is truely like another instrument in the mix.
I've had the pleasure of seeing Tool and A Perfect Circle live on several occasions... Maynards Voice is truly amazing, and you can tell that they don't do much processing and stuff to make it sound good in studio... Dude's got pipes... plain and simple, greatest band ever IMO, TOOL.
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Freddie Mercury
John Lennon
Robert Plant
Jim Morrison
John Fogerty
Bob Seger
Bruce Dickinson

Eddie Vedder
Chris Cornell
Mike Patton
Maynard James Keenan
Layne Staley
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My Top 5 Male Rock Vocalists:

1. Rob Halford
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4. Geoff Tate
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If it has James Hetfield's sign of approval, that's good enough for me.
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Old 03-19-2011, 06:40 PM   #28
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Haven't seen Alice Cooper listed, but perhaps I missed him in a list.
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I'm a huge fan of Maynard James Keenan and Corey Taylor. I think Corey often gets overlooked as just a screamer since he's primarily known for his work with Slipknot, but Stone Sour shows off his vocal abilities a lot more, particular their last album Audio Secrecy. I saw an acoustic show he did on New Years Eve and it was great.

I was never a huge Staind fan, but Aaron Lewis did the acoustic show with Corey Taylor, and Lewis sounded AMAZING live.
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Haven't seen Alice Cooper listed, but perhaps I missed him in a list.
Alice Cooper's vocals are distinctive, but I'm not sure I would categorize him as one of rock's greatest vocalists, only because I don't think he has the range as some of his peers.
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A short lived band, but a great vocalist... Mark Slaughter of, um... Slaughter.
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Old 03-20-2011, 08:33 PM   #34
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Iva Davies of IceHouse
Robert Plant
Freddie Mercury
Dio
Steve Perry
Ted BABY!!!
Bryan Ferry of Roxy Music
David Coverdale
Ian Gillian
OZZY!!
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Old 03-20-2011, 09:19 PM   #35
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Freddie Mercury
Robert Plant
Peter Gabriel (Genesis era)
Jon Anderson
Jim Morrison
Roger Daltrey
John Lennon
Sir Paul
Mick Jagger (maybe a tie w/Freddie)
Chris Robinson

By no means a complete list
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Quote:
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My Top 5 Male Rock Vocalists:

1. Rob Halford

2. Ronnie James Dio...R.I.P Ronnie

3. Freddie Mercury...R.I.P. Freddie

4. Geoff Tate

5. Tim "Ripper" Owens


Great taste in vocalists and avatars.

I have to add Don Dokken to this list. Probably my single-most favorite voice from back in the day.



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I'm sure there are a few I'm forgetting...
Your list needs Damian Wilson.

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I've had the pleasure of seeing Tool and A Perfect Circle live on several occasions... Maynards Voice is truly amazing, and you can tell that they don't do much processing and stuff to make it sound good in studio... Dude's got pipes... plain and simple, greatest band ever IMO, TOOL.
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The guy really knows his shit and never disappoints in concert. Even Puscifer has some amazing stuff.
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My list would endless but i have to put at # 1 other than .....Freddie Mercury , i saw tons of bands in big stadiums and Freddie was the only one that could fill that huge space with is voice and presence .
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Jeff Lynne of ELO fame has not been mentioned. I find him very enjoyable to listen to. He seems to sing with such ease and has a decent range. He is possibly not in the same category as some of the hard rock song belters but behind the shaded lenses of his glasses is a gentle rocker.
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