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    Magma- Herve Aknin and Christian Vander, with Stella Vander and Isabelle Feuillebois. Before that, with the Paganotti siblings.

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    Amon Duul II
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garyhead View Post
    Steeleye Span.....B-52's.....Shelleyan Orphan.....Dead Can Dance......Pentangle......
    Yeah, most of the acid/psych folk abnd folk-rock groups played on both male and female vocals

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerjo View Post
    I was just listening to Black Mountain and enjoying how well the voices meshed. There's a few alt groups out there that do this now: Arcade Fire, Black Mountain, the Decemberists. Any others I should be aware of?
    I like these guys:

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    I love how Phideaux incorporates female vocals, especially in his most recent albums.

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    Scott, do you have their CD? Is it as good as the single?
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    I think the single is the best song on it, but I'd rate the whole thing about a 7-7.5 out of 10. There's another great song on it called "Love Love Love," but that only features the female singer. I much prefer her over the dude.
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    Popol Vuh had both female (Renate Knaup, Djong Yun) and male (Florian Fricke) vox. Not usually on the same albums though.

    And of course, speaking of Renate, in Amon Duul II...just about everybody sang at one point or another.
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    Quote Originally Posted by progeezer View Post
    Cirrus Bay (PE's bill g), and you'll forgive the partial nepotism in the band, as there are not 1 but 2 female vocalists and one is his daughter. Bill also sings well (in spite of what he'll say).

    The 2 female vox have that "angelic" quality that Amy Darby of Thieves' Kitchen has, and I love that.
    Very kind of you Steve to mention us! I probably never bothered to mention that both girls are my daughters, Acle is Sharra's married name. Can't be a coincidence how much I love Amy Darby's voice. I guess the only album I sang any lead on was the first one, and backup throughout the latest.

    Thank you for including us, I hate feeling left out!

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