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  • As visual treats (excepting Kylie) are off the menu, how about the voices you just can’t get enough of hearing. Could it be called aural perving?

    Here’s one I just can’t hear enough. Justine Frischmann from Elastica
    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ie4x8hWYYE[/video]

    and one I just wish was mine. (Chromeo – So Down)
    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdEyWEGEbEc[/video]

    EDIT: having trouble getting the videos embedded……….

    8th EDIT: cracked it at last.

    Premier Icon muddydwarf
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    Not singing, but the actress Claudia Black in Farscape has a voice that does funny things to my nether regions!

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    Listening to Mariella Frostrup on’t radio does it for me

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    Joan Greenwood

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    Anyone got some D minor?

    OOOH this could be interesting.

    Also non singing:
    kirsty allsop
    Kim wilde
    Claire from steps
    & Bjork.

    Oh and Bane in the new Bat man movie.
    & Slovenian ladies saying December 30th in their native language.

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    Shirley Manson from Garbage and Aja Volkman from Nico Vega, though for very different reasons.

    Garbage – Queer : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pI4V08ZEqvQ

    Nico Vega – Beast : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L4aaScgdXSQ

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    Not singing, but the actress Claudia Black in Farscape has a voice that does funny things to my nether regions!

    Mmmmmmmm 😳

    i’m quite liking that french detective camille in death in paradise.

    singing, for me the all time one is sandy denny just lifting/highlighting robert plants voice in battle of evemore

    noteeth
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    BjΓΆrk could sing the telephone directory and it would still sound frickin’ great.

    johndoh
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    The rabbit from the Caramel advert.

    Shame the woman that did the voice was about 98 yrs old though.

    johndoh
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    Suzanna Hoff

    Toyah

    (Always loved a lisp).

    Listening to Mariella Frostrup on’t radio does it for me

    +1

    For singing talent Otep Shamaya and of course as trite as it may be Maria Callas

    Whoops loyal fans, its not December 30th its actually “twelve months” in Slovenian.

    It still makes me laugh.

    crazant
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    The girl who sang never ending story with Limahl..

    and Linda Barker from Changing Rooms

    The Rabbit from the caramel ad’s πŸ™‚

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    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MyuL1z2tejs[/video]

    <3

    Ooh also Oliver postgates voice in bagpuss.

    Especially the opening credits, it still makes me cry at 40.

    muzzle
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    I’ve always had a weird obsession with Kate Pierson from the B52s’ voice. She even made REM’s Shiny Happy People bearable.

    Julianne Regan from All About Eve
    Liz Fraser – Cocteau Twins
    Justine Frschmann +1
    Wotsername from Texas

    sputnik
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    Nelly Furtado , mmm, sexy voice!

    jools182
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    Emiliana Torrini talking

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    Suzanna Hoff
    Ooo, is she single(ular)? πŸ˜‰

    And back OT, Kirsty Young can read me the news any day…

    flip
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    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfJ_c2tyfQ0[/video]

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    Shireen Liane of the Slingbacks/Lumiere Brothers. Can’t find the best example online, so here’s a halfassed one

    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQ2VQzxKZeM[/video]

    The sound of teenage Northwind falling in love πŸ˜†

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    John Hannah – I’m a sucker for a Scots accent. πŸ™‚

    noteeth
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    When I win the lottery, I’m going to pay Kirsty Young to read novels to me.

    Briana Corrigan

    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ttuA1UEUAI0[/video]

    lizzz
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    Not a singer (although he could sing if he wants to, I wouldn’t complain!)… Richard Armitage.

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    Aasmah Mir – quite like a posh scottish accent.

    maxtorque
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    Always liked this version of Come Together

    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYlUyi1hmqI[/video]

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYlUyi1hmqI%5B/video%5D%5D

    scud
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    For me, not a singer, but Nemone from 6Music… she could read the telephone directory and i’d be happy.

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    Not singing, but the actress Claudia Black in Farscape has a voice that does funny things to my nether regions!

    FTFY.

    +1 for Kate Pierson from the B52s (and any other helium fuelled vocals) although I can’t say I’ve ever heard her talking rather than singing and American accents can be a big let down. Billy Joe Armstrong of Green Day is a good example.

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    Julianne Regan from All About Eve

    Oi! I called dibs on Ms Regan on the other thread. Get your own. πŸ˜‰

    One probably no one will have heard of, but Christina Booth of Magenta. South Wales Valleys accent, she’s also very pleasant on the eye.

    Tanya Donelley
    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQlk8eKdIIA[/video]
    Sonya Madan
    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hh72AYQTi-A[/video]

    Duffer
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    How about Angelina Jolie? Her usual accent is pretty nasty, but when she puts on the upper-class English accent (ala Lara Croft) she sounds lovely (she’s still pretty rough, though). As for singing, then it’s got to be Hayley Williams. Have a listen to some of the unplugged / live stuff she’s done; serious eargasm material.

    The best Male voices are Patrick Stewart and Rowan Williams!

    nonk
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    When I win the lottery, I’m going to pay Kirsty Young to read novels to me.

    Let me know when this happens so I can nip round yours with my best armchair.

    Bogg
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    Jennifer Ehle – Calypso in Camomile Lawn … and not just for the voice πŸ˜‰

    Hope Sandoval. Sounds so fragile… yet utterly beautiful. Gives me the horn.

    16stonepig
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    Cerys. I would marry her just for her accent.

    binners – Member
    Listening to Mariella Frostrup on’t radio does it for me

    Woman speaking – this ^^^

    Man speaking Richard Burton (starts @ 1 min):
    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyI2YOC0rhU[/video]

    Singing – just love Clare Grogan innocence and naughtiness all wrapped up together:
    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HgqD826HGuI[/video]

    cynic-al
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    Not singers, but Kirsty Young and actually most women on Radio 4 😳

    CountZero
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    Shireen Liane of the Slingbacks/Lumiere Brothers. Can’t find the best example online, so here’s a halfassed one

    Bloody hell, I didn’t think anyone knew about The Slingbacks! Great band.
    Voices, eh? Sandy Denny, Emmylou Harris, Shawn Colvin, Patty Griffin are all huge favourites of mine, Emmylou in particular, has a yearning quality to her voice that always raises the hair on the back of my neck, and sends shivers down my back.
    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tw8ZxsQy5Q&sns=em[/video]
    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hyOsR1qItnw&sns=em[/video]
    There’s another singer/songwriter who has a fantastic voice, mellifluous is the word that springs to mind.
    Her name’s Kris Delmhorst, and she’s wonderful!
    A personal favourite song of hers is You’re No Train from her album Song For A Hurricane
    I advise anyone who treasures a good voice along with quality songwriting to check her out.

    duntstick
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    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=X4LTx1J-s60[/video]

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