Blog Archive

I just discovered a Really Great Australian Singer

ALL of Missy Higgins work is great background music for writing, thinking or sex (I would imagine...heh). Enjoy something new if you haven't heard her before....

2 comments:

marylandmojo said...

How about the songs of Ravi Shankar's daughter, Nora Jones, for writing, thinking, and sex (I would imagine, also)? I'm a writer, a thinker, and a romatic, and it seems to me as though her music would be 'spot on' for all three. Or Sarah McLachlan? Maybe being male brings those two to mind, as I love a beautiful, dreamy, sensual, girly-girl voice "on a woman". Ah, hell, I like dusky, raspy voices on a woman, too, and probably every voice in between. Guess I just love women--it's one of the pitfalls of being a male romantic.
Two all time classic sensual women's voices: Maryilyn Monroe and Jacqueline Kennedy--and if you've ever heard them, nearly the same. No wonder John Kennedy liked them both--so did I. Women take heed--a sensual voice is a definite turn-on for a virile male.
(Sorry to veer off topic.)

doreenmary said...

marylandmojo, I saw Nora Jones two years at a wonderful outdoor concert on a breezy fall evening. She is such a smooth, subtle and sultry singer, she'd be better placed among a much more intimate crowd to really appreciate her music. I picture her in a smoky jazz club. I have every CD of hers. Sarah McLachlin is great, especially when paired with an opera singer such as Bocelli (did I spell that right)? Thanks for posting.

Followers

There was an error in this gadget