Favorite Female Singer of the 70s - Revised

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  1. Rick1229

    Rick1229 Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Who is your favorite female singer of the 70's?

    Not every female who made a hit in the 70's or released a record is in this poll.

    This poll is comprised of the female artists who maintained popularity throughout a good portion of the 70's. These were the best known of the decade chosen from various genres of music.

    Which one is your favorite?

    this poll was revised to include Joni Mitchell as she was erroneously omitted in the original thread. She was too important and popular in the 70's to not have in this poll.
     
  2. Grant

    Grant Life is a rock, but the radio rolled meeeeee!

    Location:
    United States
    It's not multiple choice. I cannot vote.
     
  3. zebop

    zebop Well Known Stranger

    Joni Mitchell
     
  4. peteham

    peteham Senior Member

    Location:
    Simcoe County
    No Linda Thompson? Linda Thompson.
     
  5. yesstiles

    yesstiles Senior Member

    Karen Carpenter #1

    Followed by Roberta Flack and Olivia Newton-John.
     
  6. brettster808

    brettster808 Forum Resident

    While we're at it...

    Patti Smith
    Patti Labelle
    Deborah Harry
    Stevie Nicks
    Christine McVie
    Aretha Franklin
    Bonnie Raitt
    Bette Midler
    Tanya Tucker
    Joan Baez
    Judy Collins
    Abba
     
  7. Steve G

    Steve G Senior Member

    Location:
    los angeles
    Patti Smith
     
  8. bRETT

    bRETT Senior Member

    Location:
    Boston MA
    Sandy Denny.
     
  9. rene smalldridge

    rene smalldridge Senior Member

    Location:
    manhattan,kansas
    PATTI SMITH!
     
  10. Rick1229

    Rick1229 Forum Resident Thread Starter

    I have revised this poll this is the one to post your votes in...
     
  11. greenwichsteve

    greenwichsteve Well-Known Member

  12. Claus

    Claus Senior Member

    Location:
    Germany
    Joni
     
  13. -Alan

    -Alan Senior Member

    Location:
    Connecticut, USA
    In case there's some confusion, I deleted the original thread after moving posts here. :)
     
  14. antonkk

    antonkk Senior Member

    Location:
    moscow
    It's a crying shame this poll has only one option. Huge fan of most ladies on this poll. Karen, Cher, Rita, Linda etc. But if I have to choose one it's of course Olivia.
     
  15. zebop

    zebop Well Known Stranger

    Thanks Rick!

    My pick was Joni Mitchell. She matured during the 70s and arguably hit her peak during the early to mid part of the decade. Favorite Female singer, one of my favorite artists, period.

    Nice to see Gladys Knight on the list.
     
  16. antonkk

    antonkk Senior Member

    Location:
    moscow
    But seriously this poll NEEDS more than one vote! Talk about Sophie's choice!:sigh:
     
  17. alexpop

    alexpop Power pop + other bad habits....

    The lady drummer.
     
  18. npc210

    npc210 Forum Resident

    Of the poll choices, Karen Carpenter. I would've picked Agnetha Fältskog had she been listed.
     
  19. Kate Bush .... definitely unknown over the pond
     
  20. Jackson

    Jackson Senior Member

    Location:
    MA, USA
    Joni Mitchell gets my vote.
     
  21. Chris Schoen

    Chris Schoen Rock 'n Roll !!!

    Location:
    Maryland, U.S.A.
    Dionne Warwick
     
  22. Chris Schoen

    Chris Schoen Rock 'n Roll !!!

    Location:
    Maryland, U.S.A.
    I'm surprised Joni Mitchell has so many votes. She is a rather plain singer (imo).
    I can enjoy her too, but I like a little more "soul"...
     
  23. JA Fant

    JA Fant Well-Known Member

    Tough pick between Carly and Karen for me....
     
  24. Joni Mitchell easily gets my vote & is deservedly winning in a landslide.
    The only other person who would have come close to her, for me, it Patti Smith.
    The closest one on this poll would be Carole King.
     
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