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Old 01-02-2014, 08:56 PM
Jophiel Jophiel is offline
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Originally Posted by Sailboat View Post
Regina Spektor sometimes sounds close to that, to me...maybe in Fidelity?

Anyway, if she qualifies, her Wikipedia entry says her music is associated with the "anti-folk scene," although that seems to be about ironic content, not sound per se.
Regina Spektor frankly seems to make an attempt to sound differently in every song she sings. The same woman singing Fidelity also sings (from the same album) Apres Moi and Samson. I don't love everything she does (mainly because she changes so much there's bound to be a good number of songs that don't click with me) but I don't think she can be accused of purely having a breathy three-note range like the previously mentioned singers.

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