An Aside, The Woman with THE VOICE

Here’s an aside from the heat and the insanity of world events.  A music break with a VOICE. The incomparable, Joan Osborne delievers the heart and soul goods. If you haven’t found her voice then listen for what you like. If you know The Joan then just click and enjoy whatever trips your music traps.


  1. echostains said,

    August 20, 2010 at 10:50 am

    Hey good find! never heard Joan Osbourne before. I think she sounds slightly like Anastasia and Duffy. Good! Thanks!

    • August 20, 2010 at 6:18 pm

      Say it isn’t true! I can’t believe you’ve never heard of her considering all the artists you dig into. LOL. Well she had this odd huge hit “IF God Was One of Us” and people bought tons of her Relish album for that song. Perhaps they were expecting MORE of that sort of ‘godness’ –I have no idea. Based on that one song you’d have no clue as to what her VOICE can REALLY DO! Now, I don’t know either of the singers you’ve noted soooo this sharing is good to finding new things to explore. Oh yeah. Grins.

  2. bigsurkate said,

    August 20, 2010 at 3:48 am

    She is great! Why haven’t I heard of her before?? Where have I been besides on my mtn top for the last 16 years? Sorry, gotta run off to iTunes and buy an album or two.

    • August 20, 2010 at 5:26 am

      LOL! Do return and share which songs you enjoy the most, bigsurkate. Seriously. I discovered Osborne when listening to her “Relish” cd. That “One of Us” song was just okay compared to the REST of the offerings on that album. I love it when she just lets it all OUT. Which is one reason why I adore her “Early Recordings”–it’s a wonder that cd has not been worn out with all the play time I’ve given it. Now I feel like I’ve done a random act of kindness. Enjoy.

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