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PostPosted: Tue May 29, 2012 4:46 pm 
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Are there any woman singers who scream?

janis joplin?

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Janis Joplin?


+1-Janis Joplin has 3 votes.She Try's (Just a Little Bit Harder) 8)

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PostPosted: Tue May 29, 2012 5:41 pm 
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PostPosted: Tue May 29, 2012 5:50 pm 
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sleeping in a jar wrote:
janis ian.


"Wah wah wah, I didn't get laid, wah wah......at seventeen"

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"Wah wah wah, I didn't get laid, wah wah......at seventeen"

Neither did I. :cry:

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Ronny's Noomies wrote:
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janis ian.


"Wah wah wah, I didn't get laid, wah wah......at seventeen"

Neither did I. :cry:

Yer shitting me!?! :shock:
BTW,Janis Ian did get laid that's why she sings about Society's Child.The kid being of mixed race.So was she. :|

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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 1:09 pm 
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Then later she switched sides.

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Then later she switched sides.

You mean she plays for the Mets!?! :mrgreen:

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Axl Rose's scream in "Civil Wars" has to be one of the best ever.

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Arthur Brown needs a mention.


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KAPT.KIIRK wrote:
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Then later she switched sides.

You mean she plays for the Mets!?! :mrgreen:

Exactly! :mrgreen:

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I actually listened to Made In Japan today. So I'm sticking with Ian Gillan.

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Mama Cass choking on a ham sandwich?


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Mama Cass choking on a ham sandwich?

What scream? Do you ever feel like belting one out when you've just swallowed something down the wrong pipe?
If she could've said anything,it would of been a whisper for HELP! Alot of lives were saved from that tragic affair,with the invent of the Hymlick* Manuever.

I just saw Dee Snyder screaming for Stanley Steamer Carpet Cleaner.He's been on a commercial here alot lately.I guess he's not gonna take it anymore.....the stains on the rug I mean!

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Thanx cal. 8)

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KAPT.KIIRK wrote:
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Mama Cass choking on a ham sandwich?

What scream? Do you ever feel like belting one out when you've just swallowed something down the wrong pipe?
If she could've said anything,it would of been a whisper for HELP! Alot of lives were saved from that tragic affair,with the invent of the Hymlick* Manuever.


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An oft-repeated urban legend states that Elliot choked to death on a ham sandwich.[14] The story, which started following the discovery of her body, was based on speculation in the initial media coverage. Police had told reporters that a partially eaten sandwich found in her room might have been to blame, though an autopsy had yet to be conducted. Despite the post-mortem examination finding that Elliot had died of a heart attack and no food at all was found in her windpipe,[12] the false story that she choked on a sandwich has persisted in the decades following her death. In fact Elliot had lost 80 pounds (36 kg) in the eight months before her death by fasting four days a week. Her fatal heart attack was most likely related to this extreme weightloss measure.[15]

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duchamp wrote:
KAPT.KIIRK wrote:
brainpang wrote:
Mama Cass choking on a ham sandwich?

What scream? Do you ever feel like belting one out when you've just swallowed something down the wrong pipe?
If she could've said anything,it would of been a whisper for HELP! Alot of lives were saved from that tragic affair,with the invent of the Heimlich Manuever.


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An oft-repeated urban legend states that Elliot choked to death on a ham sandwich.[14] The story, which started following the discovery of her body, was based on speculation in the initial media coverage. Police had told reporters that a partially eaten sandwich found in her room might have been to blame, though an autopsy had yet to be conducted. Despite the post-mortem examination finding that Elliot had died of a heart attack and no food at all was found in her windpipe,[12] the false story that she choked on a sandwich has persisted in the decades following her death. In fact Elliot had lost 80 pounds (36 kg) in the eight months before her death by fasting four days a week. Her fatal heart attack was most likely related to this extreme weightloss measure.[15]

I sit corrected,do I get detention too? As soon as I started reading the above post,I remembered that she died of a heart attack.Funny how some urban myths are legend,when there really false assumtions. Thanx for pointing that out duchamp.Wanna buy some really old FZ shit? :wink:

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KAPT.KIIRK wrote:
duchamp wrote:
KAPT.KIIRK wrote:
What scream? Do you ever feel like belting one out when you've just swallowed something down the wrong pipe?
If she could've said anything,it would of been a whisper for HELP! Alot of lives were saved from that tragic affair,with the invent of the Heimlich Manuever.


From Wiki:

An oft-repeated urban legend states that Elliot choked to death on a ham sandwich.[14] The story, which started following the discovery of her body, was based on speculation in the initial media coverage. Police had told reporters that a partially eaten sandwich found in her room might have been to blame, though an autopsy had yet to be conducted. Despite the post-mortem examination finding that Elliot had died of a heart attack and no food at all was found in her windpipe,[12] the false story that she choked on a sandwich has persisted in the decades following her death. In fact Elliot had lost 80 pounds (36 kg) in the eight months before her death by fasting four days a week. Her fatal heart attack was most likely related to this extreme weightloss measure.[15]

I sit corrected,do I get detention too? As soon as I started reading the above post,I remembered that she died of a heart attack.Funny how some urban myths are legend,when there really false assumtions. Thanx for pointing that out duchamp.Wanna buy some really old FZ shit? :wink:

John Belushi's impersonation of Cass, on Saturday Night Live, probably didn't help much, either!

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What a bunch of spoilsports.

How about Ronnie Van Zants howl as the plane was going down?


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brainpang wrote:
What a bunch of spoilsports.

How about Ronnie Van Zants howl as the plane was going down?

I heard he channeled that scream from a combination of The Big Bopper,Richie Valens,Buddy Holly and his pilot! :wink: Some folks say that was the first scream heard around the world!

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Not exactly Rock, but there's some screaming going on in this little dittie...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uDo8Iz8LzW4


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edgar winter, 18 seconds long in tobacco road live


... followed by a vocal vs guitar duel with johnny, scat/piano solo, screaming match with the audience ... edgar's in fine form the entire 17 minutes

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just plain doug wrote:
John Belushi's impersonation of Cass, on Saturday Night Live, probably didn't help much, either!


I believe that he was doing Elizabeth Taylor, not Mama Cass. Farley did Mama Cass in the Natalie Cole sings with other dead singers skit. ("Unforgivable")

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Bobby Martin on Whippin' Post.

Ray White on Love Of My Life or is that BM also?

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Don't think it's in Rays Range, plus you can see it for yourself on the Barcelona video.


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