Ann Wilson - no question whatsoever - powerful, wide ranging voice and actually singing to rock and roll, which is no small accomplishment, as many great female vocalists couldn't sing to rock, with wailing guitars, heavy bass, and pronounced drum beats! Ann Wilson did this the best . . . by far!
Ann Wilson of Heart. What a voice!
poetry/prose is its own genre. Poetry is different from Prose... but it is its own genre. If you are at the bookstore, poetry will have its own section. All the rest of the categories will be Prose.
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i don't know the name of the song but its by billy ray Cyrus
The lyric and the name of the song is "There Ain't Enough Whiskey in Tennesee to Drink the Ugly Off a' You"; music and lyrics by Roger Bryant.
The album was called "Smile". The songs were connected by an Americana theme and had 3 medleys. It was the next album written after "Pet Sounds" and was to be released right before The Beatles' "Sgt. Peppers" album and was thought by many to be just as influential, but was shelved in 1967 for various reasons. Brian Wilson (whom wrote the music) rerecorded the album with his band in 2004 and released it as "Brian Wilson Presents SMiLE". I highly recommend it.