#2
frank sinatra=standard jazz vocalist.
i really love norah jones though. she's incredible i think. modern too.
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#3
there both very good and I already really liked frank sinatra but let me be more specific about the sound im thinking of. slow saxophones, brushed drumkits, and vocals, female vocalists sound better in this setting i think but either would do.
#4
The ones to check out first:
Billie Holiday - her voice wasn't great in quality. But hot damn, could that lady sing. She puts every ounce of herself into each note and you can hear it. She's whiskey; fiery, a bit rough, but so fulfilling.
Sarah Vaughn - Brilliant technique and delivery, with not inconsiderable power; champagne.
Ella - I can listen to her voice for hours without tiring. The overwhelming purity and nuance is constantly fascinating. Good wine.

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#6
Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra are great places to start. go to pandora.com and learn from there.
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