Sunday, November 22, 2009

And again

Well, I'm kond of bored and can't sleep. So I shoot out another Top5 List:

The 5 best duets in Music History:

Number 5:

Bonnie Raitt & Nora Jones - Tennessee Waltz

Well, I just found it surfin' around on YouTube but hell yea, this two rock! The combination of the smooth voice of Nora Jones, the smokie voice of Bonnie and this classic song is really greate.

Number 4:

Elton John & George Michael - Don't let the sun go down on me

Put together two wonderfull orchestral voices and an emotional song and what you get is one of the best duets of th last 30 years. Greate Performance, greate song. The only thing what's missing is the swagger of both singing together.

Number 3:

Sheryl Crow & Kid Rock - Picture

I'm, well let's say, not the biggest Kid Rock Fan, but this song is greate. Greate Lyrics and it fits perfect to both of them. And Sheryl Crow is hot like hell.

Number 2:

Mark Knopfler, Sting, Eric Clapton, Phil Collins - Money for Nothing (by Dire Straits)

Actually, this is not a duet, but I cannot make a list of Artists performing songs together and leave out this one. Actually if this list wouldn't be about duetts this one would be Number One! Just think a little moment about the cast. Lead Gitare and Lead Vocals: Mark Knopfler. Vocals: Sting. Gitare: Eric Clapton. Drums: Phil Collind. The best group of musicians I've ever seen.

Number 1:

Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrel - Ain't no mountain high enough

You can't talk about duetts and leave out this song. Two of the best musicians of the early 70s, one of the best songs ever made and this two performing and acting so good together. This actually is the definition of a great duet.

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