Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Tracy Chapman...

is a female vocalist.


I always thought otherwise till I saw this in…

Tracy Chapman

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Tracy Chapman (born March 30, 1964) is an American singer-songwriter, best known for legendary singles "Fast Car", "Talkin' Bout a Revolution", "Baby Can I Hold You", and "Give Me One Reason." She is a multi platinum and multi Grammy award winning artist.

Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Tracy Chapman began playing guitar and writing songs as a child. She received a scholarship through A Better Chance that allowed her to attend Wooster School in Connecticut, and was eventually accepted to Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts.

Tags: female vocalists, singer-songwriter, folk, soul, acoustic”


I bet that if you have only listened to her songs, without reading any article about her elsewhere, or seeing her picture, you can't tell that the singer is a female, either.

She sounds so masculine. The album covers don’t really make it easily evident too.

I always thought that the lyrics were screwed up in a few places, for a man to be singing them… but I tagged it 'poetic license'. :-P

A great artist nevertheless. Real talent.

Most of her songs rock.

[Mexican Wave]

1 comment:

evilsense said...

yea, When PV played tracy chapman songs in room, i never thought it was female.

Damn, but have never played it since. have to check it out...