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Their songs have become classics - the singers of the '80s and '90s, which no one can surpass: Part Two

They are special singers, and not for nothing they have become the voice of a generation!

We continue to remember the best singers of the '80s and '90s, who can't be sung by anyone

In today's article we continue to remember The best singers of the '80s and '90sTheir voices are unique: resonant or low and husky or flowing with a gentle sound. Their voices are unique and inimitable: ringing or low, with a husky voice or on the contrary - "flowing" with a gentle sound. Their vocals may vary, but they all have one thing in common: they are icons. of its time and genre (In our case popular music), whose songs no one has been able to sing yet... at least not decently.

As soon as we turn them on, we instantly realize that our favorite diva is singing. It's special singersand it's not for nothing that they have become the voice of a generation. And wannabes (and maybe even professional fans) can perform hundreds of covers of their hits! But each time it will still be "not that."For our brain literally cannot perceive "Circle In The Sand" (for example) in somebody else's performance, because it was Belinda Carlyle's magical vocal that originally made us love this song so much...

Annie Lennox

Annie Lennox
Annie Lennox

One of the most popular and well-deservedly loved all over the world singer of the '80s and '90s was and still is Annie Lennox. She became famous as the lead singer of the duo Eurythmicsbut it's fair to say that she was the centerpiece of the project. Bright, unusual, somewhat Martian, yet vocal, Lennox quickly gained fans and gradually became a legend.

The owner of a delightfully flexible contraltoAnnie has always had a knack for tuning herself in one way or another. Does the song imply passion and drive? You're welcome! Need romance and sadness? No problem!

She even made an appearance with the David Bowie at the Freddie Mercury Memorial Concert, and you have to admit that's quite an honor. And Lennox deserved it.

Barbra Streisand

Barbra Streisand
Barbra Streisand

Our favorite Barbra Streisand - of course we haven't forgotten her, and we couldn't help but include her in the second part of our list. This woman's voice is simply delightful: gentle, beautiful, light, mesmerizing, passionate... The whole bottle of melodic shades in one person - how can it go unnoticed?!

Streisand seems to be the queen of the romantic lyrics of the '80s and '90s. And no matter how many covers of her famous "Woman In Love."One fact becomes more and more evident as the years go by: this diva cannot be surpassed, and even just to get close to her is extremely difficult.

Agneta Feltskog and Anni-Frieda

Agneta Feltskog and Anni-Frieda
Agneta Feltskog and Anni-Frieda

The beauties from "ABBA", Agneta Feltskog and Anni-Frieda The world's audiences were also shocked and delighted by their voices.

Of course, the success of the songs was also due to the clever clingy rhythms and uncomplicated lyrics, a credit to Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson. And yet: can you imagine anyone else singing them? Neither can we.

And we never will again, for the voices of Agneta and Frieda have become a kind of classics from the '70s and '80s! Without them it is impossible to imagine that wonderful era, and today, when listening to our favorite ABBA hits, we personally realize that we do not need other voices in these songs.

Patricia Kaas

Patricia Kaas
Patricia Kaas

The second part of our list is also not without a special French romance - with that interesting accent, pronunciation... And in this article we offer to appreciate the voice Patricia Kaas. Although it's pointless to judge it: classic, charming, confident, burning passion... It's obvious here: we have a real queen of the modern French scene in front of us!

The owner of a beautiful mezzo-soprano, Kaas made the French sound famous all over the world and became an icon not only of her country, but also of her time (and also of her style - Patricia is a very spectacular woman).

Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey (Mariah Carey) 1991
Mariah Carey

Cary's light, resonant and fresh voice penetrates the soul, making hundreds of invisible but palpable buds of sadness and joy blossom! Mariah She has an excellent gift for conveying emotion and making each of her songs especially tender and heartfelt.

Some have noted that Cary's voice is very close in sound to that of Whitney Houston. Perhaps there are similarities. And again: play these two singers alternately, and the difference is more than palpable - yet each is beautiful in her own way.

Diana Ross

Diana Ross (Diana Ross) in her youth
Diana Ross (Diana Ross) in her youth

Learn Diane Ross It is not difficult: her voice has characteristic tones that have always given her songs "a special holiday.".

Ross's voice has everything you need to remember him for a long time and to love him forever: sexual energy, flirtatiousness, mystery, lightness, exoticism even. And what we really don't believe is that anyone will manage to surpass when performing covers (so far such cases have definitely not been observed by us).

Shania Twain

Shania Twain
Shania Twain

Another popular singer who definitely deserves attention is Shania Twain. Despite her pretty appearance, this beauty knows how to sound very driving and assertive! And at the same time - feminine and playful.

Twayne's voice is recognizable. instantlyAnd her songs became big hits of their era!

It's rare for popular music, but for a talented and tenacious singer like Shania, it's absolutely deserved success.

Belinda Carlyle

Belinda Carlyle
Belinda Carlyle

Belinda Carlyle - The owner of an enchanting, some truly magical voice... She sounds powerful, yet at ease. And the dance of exotic notes and tones in her performance is just fabulously beautiful.

Carlyle's songs can be listened to, listened to, listened to... And they don't get boring at all. It's like they take us to another dimension. And it's very hard to imagine them being performed another singer - would they have been hits in that case? After all, Belinda's performance of beauty is all 100% of magic!

Irene Cara

Irene Cara
Irene Cara

Yes - lastly, we decided to mention far not the most popular singer. But just listen to her voice!

Despite the fact that the singing career Irene Kara not so rich, her voice is delightful and distinctive, instantly recognizable and memorable. We just didn't have a chance to pass this diva up after listening to her "What a Feeling.".

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