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    oh yes, m. etheridge, k´s choice, k.d. lang etc. are great musicians ...

    i like the music of sarah maclachlan, too (sounds a little bit like s. o´connor).
    and the voice of skin is awesome. her music isnt similar to the indigo girls, but nevertheless its great.

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    Yeah, Sarah McLachlan gets a big vote too. Try her Remixed album. Fab!
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    Skunk Anansie is great as well!
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    Nobody's said Dido yet? She's awesome.

    By the way, Laura, congrats on the 4 stars. *clap clap woo-hoo* (i'm such a dork)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ulsoccer
    Nobody's said Dido yet? She's awesome.

    By the way, Laura, congrats on the 4 stars. *clap clap woo-hoo* (i'm such a dork)
    haha I didn't even saw it yet myself. But I'm a VIP right now!!!!! 8)


    And Sophie B Hawkins is pretty good as well!
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    thank you guys!!
    thanks to you i will have a more "up beat" semester hehe
    viva la musica
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    Don't forget about Ani DiFranco....awesome lyrics.

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    Default music!

    It would be so awesome if Ellen put out a soundtrack for her show. They have such awesome music on there from way back when to todays best. Wouldn't mind seeing an extra on the cd that you could watch her dance OWW!!! :wink:

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    Quote Originally Posted by laura123
    And Sophie B Hawkins is pretty good as well!
    yea i love sophie b hawkins...the song "as i lay me down" and "i wish i was your lover" is good too.

    you could aslo listen to k.d. lang as other people have informed she just released a new cd Hymns of the 49th Parallel. ive listened to it and its good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by musicfreak
    I think Catie Curtis is great, or Melissa Ferrick. Have you heard Girlyman? They´re incradible, I´m tellin´ya. Oh and lets not forget the beautiful Sarah Bettens ops:
    I've never heard of most of these people, but I'm new to this culture, so forgive me...

    Girlyman is really nice to listen to. I saw them open for the Indigo Girls in Novemberand have their CD "Remember Who I Am". They are a young group but really talented!! Great harmony and intrument talent. Check out their website, I think it's girlyman.com. The songwriting by them doesn't have a theme(and therefore interesting) because they all write their own songs and then record together. It's a nice mix.


    I like listening to the Indigo Girls but I'm not very political, so a few of their songs I don't care for, but most of them are great. They have a whole bunch of albums out. I have the latest, "All That We Let In", but if you haven't heard them before I suggest starting off with "Indigo Girls Retrospective" it's a kind of greatest hits album put out in 2000. It includes the famous "Closer to Fine " song.
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