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Name a favorite duet! Pop, or any other genre.

Barbara and Barry singing What Kind of Fool in her backyard.

Does it get better than this?

Remind me of some other greats.

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Whoops.

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Kenny and Dolly

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by Anonymousreply 510/13/2020

Babs again this time with Neil Diamond. They both went from Erasmus Hall High School to fame and fortune.

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by Anonymousreply 610/13/2020

Another great Patti Austin and James Austin song.

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by Anonymousreply 710/13/2020

^James Ingram

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Rex Smith and Rachel Sweet, "Everlasting Love."

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Tom Jones and Janis Joplin

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Ricky Martin and Christina Aguilera

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by Anonymousreply 1310/13/2020

Ricky Martin and Christina Aguilera

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by Anonymousreply 1410/13/2020

Some of these are absolute dreck.

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Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to be Cowboys

Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings

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by Anonymousreply 1610/13/2020

I liked how stylish Diana Ross looked at this Academy Awards performance.

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by Anonymousreply 1810/13/2020

Rusty Warren and Helen Lawson/The Lady is a Tramp

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Jay Kay steals Diana’s song in front of her.

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by Anonymousreply 2010/13/2020

I looove that Jamiroquai diet with Miz Ross!

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Banned in Boston! The Everly Brothers "Wake Up Little Susie." I loved this as a kid, even though I didn't understand exactly what the problem was.

If not this, then another duo from them or from the Righteious Brothers.

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by Anonymousreply 22Last Wednesday at 12:15 AM

It's real cheesy, but always loved this one...

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by Anonymousreply 23Last Wednesday at 12:15 AM

OP did you know that Babs had a great ass?

by Anonymousreply 24Last Wednesday at 12:48 AM

When You Believe - Whitney and Mariah

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by Anonymousreply 25Last Wednesday at 12:57 AM

Paul Simon and Phoebe Snow, "Gone at Last"

by Anonymousreply 26Last Wednesday at 1:01 AM

Sorry, I forgot to add the link:

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by Anonymousreply 27Last Wednesday at 1:04 AM

This was my go to when my ex and I split. It's not usually my thing, but it's truly a heartbreakingly beautiful song.

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by Anonymousreply 28Last Wednesday at 1:19 AM

The Gags and the Coops.

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by Anonymousreply 29Last Wednesday at 1:20 AM

"You're The One That I Want" - John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John

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by Anonymousreply 30Last Wednesday at 2:57 AM

Could I Have This Kiss Forever - Whitney and Enrique Iglesias

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by Anonymousreply 31Last Wednesday at 3:02 AM

the gold standard

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by Anonymousreply 32Last Wednesday at 3:03 AM

great and timely

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by Anonymousreply 33Last Wednesday at 3:08 AM

Iggy Pop and Kate Pierson - Candy

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by Anonymousreply 34Last Wednesday at 3:12 AM

Babyface and Des'ree do Springsteen.

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by Anonymousreply 35Last Wednesday at 3:13 AM

Miss Ross and Marvin

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by Anonymousreply 36Last Wednesday at 3:13 AM

Brokenhearted - Brandy & Wanya Morris (Boyz II Men)

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by Anonymousreply 38Last Wednesday at 3:33 AM

(diva)^2

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by Anonymousreply 39Last Wednesday at 3:36 AM

The Sinatra & Franklin voices mash-up of "What Now My Love" always gives me a thrill.

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by Anonymousreply 40Last Wednesday at 3:36 AM

Britney and Madonna

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by Anonymousreply 41Last Wednesday at 3:37 AM

'Count on Me' - Whitney Houston & Cece Winans

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by Anonymousreply 42Last Wednesday at 3:48 AM

Elton and Kiki

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by Anonymousreply 43Last Wednesday at 3:49 AM

Almost 50 responses, and no one has yet mentioned this classic?

by Anonymousreply 44Last Wednesday at 3:53 AM

Sorry about that. Here's the link

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by Anonymousreply 45Last Wednesday at 3:54 AM

Stop Draggin‘ My Heart Around

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by Anonymousreply 46Last Wednesday at 4:49 AM

I can’t find any video of it, but I liked when SNL mocked Natalie Cole for doing a duet with her dead daddy called Unforgettable, but they called it Unforgivable and had her singing duets with other dead stars.

by Anonymousreply 47Last Wednesday at 4:52 AM

Elvis Costello and Glenn Tilbrook - “Whisper To A Scream”

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by Anonymousreply 48Last Wednesday at 4:58 AM

This duet in the AIDS ward — destroys me.

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by Anonymousreply 49Last Wednesday at 5:07 AM

Whenever I Call You Friend

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by Anonymousreply 50Last Wednesday at 5:13 AM

James Taylor and JD Souther- “Her Town Too”

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by Anonymousreply 51Last Wednesday at 5:16 AM

The second amazing duet from the same show posted by R32:

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by Anonymousreply 52Last Wednesday at 5:17 AM

“Won’t Give In” - Finn Brothers

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by Anonymousreply 53Last Wednesday at 5:18 AM

I'm with R44. Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell's entire duet album (United) is classic.

Here's another perfect duet: You're All I Need to Get By

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by Anonymousreply 54Last Wednesday at 5:45 AM

I used to love their variety show.

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by Anonymousreply 55Last Wednesday at 5:51 AM

Love the song and the video too, R51.

by Anonymousreply 56Last Wednesday at 5:57 AM

"on my own" michael mcdonald and patti labelle (the only song i like of hers i might add)....

glen campbell and david gates duet medley

karen carpenter and ella fitzgerald duet medley

by Anonymousreply 57Last Wednesday at 6:01 AM

This

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by Anonymousreply 58Last Wednesday at 6:14 AM

A recent cover of a classic.

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by Anonymousreply 59Last Wednesday at 6:22 AM

I like Barbara and Barry in the “Guilty” duet. It puts me in a good mood for some reason.

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by Anonymousreply 60Last Wednesday at 6:59 AM

And now, here is something I think you'll really like.

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by Anonymousreply 61Last Wednesday at 7:07 AM

Peter Gabriel and Kate Bush - Don't Give Up

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by Anonymousreply 62Last Wednesday at 7:17 AM

R24 yes, Barbra does have a nice ass. She shows it off a bit while singing Guilty with Barry that same night.

by Anonymousreply 63Last Wednesday at 7:18 AM

Donna Summer + Barbra Streisand

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by Anonymousreply 64Last Wednesday at 7:27 AM

John Doe and Exene - Los Angeles

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by Anonymousreply 65Last Wednesday at 7:40 AM

Frank and Nancy Sinatra's Something Stupid

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by Anonymousreply 66Last Wednesday at 8:02 AM

Seals & Crofts Get Closer

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by Anonymousreply 67Last Wednesday at 8:03 AM

I broke up with my first boyfriend the year this song was released, and it got to me at the time.

Her first line happens to be, “I saw a psychic in L.A.”

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by Anonymousreply 68Last Wednesday at 8:26 AM

Smokey Robinson and Diana Ross seem to have a connection.

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by Anonymousreply 69Last Wednesday at 8:31 AM

Jaya and KZ Tandingan, "Feeling Good"

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by Anonymousreply 70Last Wednesday at 8:37 AM

James Brown and Luciano Pavarotti sang "It's A Man's Man's Man's World" in this most incredible duet.

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by Anonymousreply 71Last Wednesday at 8:53 AM

Thanks, OP. This is great.

by Anonymousreply 72Last Wednesday at 9:02 AM

Morrissey & Siouxsie "Interlude"

[quote] This collaboration was included in Spin magazine's list of the top 10 "one-off team-ups" of all time.

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by Anonymousreply 73Last Wednesday at 9:15 AM

Marc Almond & Siouxsie Sioux "Threat of Love"

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by Anonymousreply 74Last Wednesday at 9:17 AM

You Are the Love of My Life.

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by Anonymousreply 75Last Wednesday at 9:21 AM

Paradise by the Dashboard Lights

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by Anonymousreply 76Last Wednesday at 9:25 AM

R24 I didn’t know Babs had a nice ass until I saw her show it off while singing Guilty with Barry during the One Voice concert. Wearing that long, tight white skirt, she knows it, too.

by Anonymousreply 77Last Wednesday at 9:27 AM

Aretha Franklin & Annie Lennox

by Anonymousreply 78Last Wednesday at 9:33 AM

Darlene McBride with her mother, Marlene McBride!

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by Anonymousreply 79Last Wednesday at 9:40 AM

R72 Glad you like!

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by Anonymousreply 81Last Wednesday at 11:56 AM

Phil Collins & Marilyn Martin: Separate Lives

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by Anonymousreply 82Last Wednesday at 11:59 AM

Philip Bailey and Phil Collins

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by Anonymousreply 83Last Wednesday at 12:04 PM

Thank you, thank you, thank you R33! That is my all-time favorite (yes, even more than R32's gold standard). I liked a lot of the duets from the heyday of variety shows as they were a lot less self-conscious. They were just great performers.

by Anonymousreply 84Last Wednesday at 12:21 PM

Cleverly conceived and totally original. Ethel & Perry.

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by Anonymousreply 85Last Wednesday at 12:23 PM

Temptation For Love - Squeeze with Cathy Dennis

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by Anonymousreply 86Last Wednesday at 12:23 PM

There were some great ones on this episode of the Judy Garland Show, but this has always been one of my favorites. Great lyrics, really funny. Judy's enjoyment of Peggy's voice and phrasing is quite something to watch -- the best entertainer in the world admiring an other's skill. Not the best quality, unfortunately.

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by Anonymousreply 87Last Wednesday at 12:26 PM

Sister Rosetta Tharpe and the Olivet Institutional Baptist Church Choir (though the recorded version with Marie Knight is awesome, too).

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by Anonymousreply 88Last Wednesday at 12:37 PM

Lisa Stansfield and Barry White had such amazing chemistry.

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by Anonymousreply 89Last Wednesday at 12:52 PM

r88 How is that a duet?

by Anonymousreply 90Last Wednesday at 2:10 PM

fabulous thread

yous bitches knows music

by Anonymousreply 91Last Wednesday at 2:11 PM

Kenny Rogers & Sheena Easton: "We've Got Tonight"

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by Anonymousreply 92Last Wednesday at 2:12 PM

That thing Elton did with his protegé, was it Kiki Dee? Don't Go Breakin' My Heart

by Anonymousreply 93Last Wednesday at 2:46 PM

You may have to drop some X to get really into it

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by Anonymousreply 94Last Wednesday at 2:50 PM

THis is a simple one but a real pretty song and two great voices and I love the movie.

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by Anonymousreply 95Last Wednesday at 2:53 PM

Pia Zadora and Jermaine Jackson, of course.

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by Anonymousreply 96Last Wednesday at 2:53 PM

Elton & Kiki

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Ethel Merman and Susan Watson (the original Kim from "Bye Bye Birdie" on Broadway), "Mutual Admiration Society"

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by Anonymousreply 98Last Wednesday at 2:56 PM

Sonny & Cher

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by Anonymousreply 99Last Wednesday at 2:56 PM

bitches, read the thread

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Kak Channthy and Paul Kelly. Summer Wine

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by Anonymousreply 102Last Wednesday at 3:23 PM

A different take on Elton and Kiki

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by Anonymousreply 103Last Wednesday at 3:32 PM

"Fire and Desire" Rick James and Teena Marie

Rest In Peace you two.

by Anonymousreply 104Last Wednesday at 3:32 PM

(The Theme From) "Another World" by Gary Morris, & Crystal Gayle.

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by Anonymousreply 105Last Wednesday at 3:34 PM

It's almost that time of the year . . .

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by Anonymousreply 106Last Wednesday at 3:44 PM

Patience and Prudence

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by Anonymousreply 107Last Wednesday at 3:48 PM

Eddie Murphy and Rick James. Party All The Time

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by Anonymousreply 108Last Wednesday at 3:52 PM

The Haynes Sisters

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by Anonymousreply 109Last Wednesday at 3:56 PM

And the drag version.

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by Anonymousreply 110Last Wednesday at 3:57 PM

The Kessler Twins. Quando Quando Quando

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by Anonymousreply 111Last Wednesday at 4:00 PM

Whitney and Cissy.

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by Anonymousreply 112Last Wednesday at 4:09 PM

Two of the best.

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by Anonymousreply 113Last Wednesday at 4:19 PM

Roy Orbison and k.d. lang.

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by Anonymousreply 114Last Wednesday at 4:24 PM

Finding little gems like this is why I love the internet. Mexican music legends Lola Beltran and Juan Gabriel singing together in 1976.

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by Anonymousreply 115Last Wednesday at 4:31 PM

I fell in love with this first time I saw it live and it still holds up. He wrote, he produced it, then he sang the duet ....love this guy. He's a genius...

by Anonymousreply 116Last Wednesday at 4:38 PM

Oh thank you for this, R108, I used to sing "my dog wants to party all the time, party all the time..." to my late little pooch.

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Oops. I posted the link in the wrong place. HEre...

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by Anonymousreply 118Last Wednesday at 4:38 PM

Glen Campbell and Carl Jackson: Dueling Banjos.

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by Anonymousreply 119Last Wednesday at 4:48 PM

Neil Diamond and Shirley Bassey

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by Anonymousreply 120Last Wednesday at 5:00 PM

Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood - Lady Bird

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by Anonymousreply 121Last Wednesday at 5:02 PM

Ville Valo & Natalia Avelon - Summer Wine

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by Anonymousreply 122Last Wednesday at 5:04 PM

Julie Zenatti et Patrick Fiori

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by Anonymousreply 123Last Wednesday at 5:10 PM

I saw this duet on the Idol Live tour 2018 w/Gabby Barrett and Kris Allen (who was special guest on the tour).

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by Anonymousreply 124Last Wednesday at 5:14 PM

You’re right R90. She’s not alone, and it’s not a duet — but I’m never going to miss a chance to put Sister Rosetta Tharpe on this board for you bitches.

by Anonymousreply 125Last Wednesday at 5:14 PM

Nate Reuss and Janelle Monáe - We Are Young (acoustic version)

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by Anonymousreply 126Last Wednesday at 5:14 PM

[quote]Oh thank you for this, [R108], I used to sing "my dog wants to party all the time, party all the time..." to my late little pooch.

I used to sing "My dog wants to POTTY all the time when I took him out and he was constantly taking a dump everywhere."

by Anonymousreply 127Last Wednesday at 5:32 PM

Paul Williams and Marilyn McCoo

Rainy Days and Mondays

[italic] Solid Gold [/italic] 1981/2

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by Anonymousreply 128Last Wednesday at 5:40 PM

Franco Corelli and Renata Tebaldi

Duet [italic] Vicino a Te [/italic]

from [italic] Andrea Chenier [/italic] 1975

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I Know Him So Well

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by Anonymousreply 131Last Wednesday at 5:57 PM

Would this "triet" count? Cos it is terrific.

Burt Bacharach, Dionne Warwick, and Glen Campbell

Bacharach-David Medley

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by Anonymousreply 132Last Wednesday at 5:59 PM

A little out of the DL wheelhouse, but this anti-authoritarian Argentinean hit, Sólo le pido a Dios , with the composer León Gieco and the eternally amazing Mercedes Sosa.... is beautiful and timely. Worth listening to as we get ready to change the Trump channel.

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by Anonymousreply 133Last Wednesday at 6:12 PM

Something Stupid - Robbie Williams and Nicole Kidman

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by Anonymousreply 135Last Wednesday at 6:26 PM

Stevie Nicks & Tom Petty

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by Anonymousreply 136Last Wednesday at 6:28 PM

If this doesn’t get you on your feet, you’re dead.

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by Anonymousreply 137Last Wednesday at 6:31 PM

Andy Gibb and Marie Osmond

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by Anonymousreply 138Last Wednesday at 6:39 PM
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by Anonymousreply 139Last Wednesday at 6:51 PM

Wow. Thanks, I love this. Chills of nostalgia.

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by Anonymousreply 141Last Wednesday at 7:00 PM

Damn

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by Anonymousreply 142Last Wednesday at 7:02 PM
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by Anonymousreply 143Last Wednesday at 7:06 PM

Love this thread, thank you.

by Anonymousreply 144Last Wednesday at 7:10 PM

Kenny could pull off a lot, even Kim Carnes

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by Anonymousreply 145Last Wednesday at 7:12 PM

One of our queens

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by Anonymousreply 146Last Wednesday at 7:14 PM

The King and his Queen.

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by Anonymousreply 147Last Wednesday at 7:15 PM

Solid as Barack

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by Anonymousreply 148Last Wednesday at 7:16 PM

Since the weather just turned a bit country: Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris, Love Hurts

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by Anonymousreply 149Last Wednesday at 7:16 PM

This.

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by Anonymousreply 150Last Wednesday at 7:19 PM

OMG r149, you must be my spirit animal — I was in the process of posting that too!!!! Their harmonies are pure perfection!

by Anonymousreply 151Last Wednesday at 7:20 PM

What a great thread. Why am I crying as I listen to some of these duets? Sorry for the MARY moment, but they just make me emotional.

by Anonymousreply 152Last Wednesday at 7:22 PM

MARY!

You’re not alone.

by Anonymousreply 153Last Wednesday at 7:29 PM

R152: It's just me, grasping your hand. Squeeze back.

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by Anonymousreply 156Last Wednesday at 7:44 PM

We’re now repeating posts, so now this thread will just become ‘Post Every Duet Ever Made’.

by Anonymousreply 157Last Wednesday at 7:46 PM

Etheridge and Springsteen. Thunder Road.

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by Anonymousreply 158Last Wednesday at 7:49 PM

Anne Murray and gorgeous Celine. Surprisingly beautiful.

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by Anonymousreply 159Last Wednesday at 7:51 PM

Making the turn into Post Any Duet You Can Remember

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by Anonymousreply 161Last Wednesday at 7:57 PM

Lana Del Rey and Adam Cohen sing Leonard's Chelsea Hotel #2.

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by Anonymousreply 162Last Wednesday at 7:58 PM

A great song

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by Anonymousreply 163Last Wednesday at 7:59 PM
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by Anonymousreply 164Last Wednesday at 8:00 PM

A moment in time. My mom had this taped on the VCR. Cyndi Lauper and Patti Labelle. It's a messy but very moving performance.

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by Anonymousreply 165Last Wednesday at 8:02 PM

Celine got some good dick at last. With sexy Garou. Sous Le Vent.

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by Anonymousreply 166Last Wednesday at 8:08 PM

Brace yourself. It's too much Quebecois. The great Ginette Reno and a very emotional Celine on the Plains of Abraham. Quebec's 400th anniversary. Incredible.

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by Anonymousreply 167Last Wednesday at 8:12 PM

"Missing You" (originally by John Waite), covered here by John Waite & Alison Krauss.

I used to wait for this video to play on CMT. I find it superior to the original, and I've always been especially obsessed with Krauss' matching coat/dress combo.

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by Anonymousreply 168Last Wednesday at 8:16 PM
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by Anonymousreply 169Last Wednesday at 8:17 PM

Simon & Garfunkel

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by Anonymousreply 170Last Wednesday at 8:22 PM

Cannot forget this

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by Anonymousreply 171Last Wednesday at 8:27 PM

Chris Colfer and Darren Criss

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by Anonymousreply 172Last Wednesday at 8:33 PM

Two excellent voices sing a great Patty Griffin song. Nettles and Dunn. Let Him Fly.

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by Anonymousreply 173Last Wednesday at 8:33 PM

Kelly Clarkson's voice is shimmering and raspy and gorgeous. John Legend is perfect for the song. Cheesy, but great singing.

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by Anonymousreply 174Last Wednesday at 8:37 PM

Yes, Patty Griffin

by Anonymousreply 175Last Wednesday at 8:38 PM

Classic. Classy. Swinging. All Stars.

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by Anonymousreply 176Last Wednesday at 8:42 PM

This is a little known live version, but so fun.

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by Anonymousreply 177Last Wednesday at 8:43 PM
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by Anonymousreply 178Last Wednesday at 8:49 PM

Don't threaten me with a good time. The great Gladys Knight and Lenny Kravitz. Not really a duet, but y'all need this.

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by Anonymousreply 179Last Wednesday at 8:53 PM

Long before they toured together or Kelly married her stepson, Reba and Kelly tore up FANCY.

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by Anonymousreply 180Last Wednesday at 8:57 PM

Natalie held her own well.

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by Anonymousreply 181Last Wednesday at 9:01 PM

Marcelito Pomoy.

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by Anonymousreply 182Last Wednesday at 9:04 PM

Love that R181. Yes, Natalie and Whitney were well matched. Natalie's gospel exclamations and sharper intonation was more rhythmic and cut beautifully with Whitney's smoother runs, chest belts and pretty trills. I love that duet. They really were friends too. It's a classic call and answer performance. A bit under rehearsed makes it all the better. I would kill for a clean copy of that.

by Anonymousreply 183Last Wednesday at 9:07 PM

Celine and Peabo. You won't hear it better. Beauty and The Beast.

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by Anonymousreply 184Last Wednesday at 9:11 PM
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by Anonymousreply 185Last Wednesday at 9:15 PM
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by Anonymousreply 186Last Wednesday at 9:17 PM

Ella and Louis

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by Anonymousreply 187Last Wednesday at 9:20 PM

Linda and Emmylou

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by Anonymousreply 188Last Wednesday at 9:22 PM

Sheryl and Pat

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by Anonymousreply 189Last Wednesday at 9:25 PM

She wouldn't even look at him, but the singing is glorious. Aretha and Tom Jones.

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by Anonymousreply 190Last Wednesday at 9:25 PM

Not quite a duet, but these guys are having a ball.

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by Anonymousreply 191Last Wednesday at 9:31 PM
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by Anonymousreply 192Last Wednesday at 9:31 PM

We had a whole thread on her once. The amazing voice of Heather Headley. I don't love this song - but she undoubtedly sang this duet the best.

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by Anonymousreply 193Last Wednesday at 9:40 PM

My favorite Diana/Marvin duet

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by Anonymousreply 194Last Wednesday at 9:42 PM

Once upon a time, there was great music.

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by Anonymousreply 195Last Wednesday at 9:43 PM

John and Olivia

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by Anonymousreply 196Last Wednesday at 9:44 PM
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by Anonymousreply 197Last Wednesday at 9:47 PM

Tom Waits and Bette Midler

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by Anonymousreply 198Last Wednesday at 9:48 PM

'I Know Him So Well' - Whitney & Cissy Houston

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by Anonymousreply 199Last Wednesday at 9:51 PM

Flower Duet from the Léo Delibes opera [italic] Lakmé. [/italic]

by Anonymousreply 200Last Wednesday at 9:51 PM

Almost 200 posts and no one has yet posted this Classic with Billy Preston and Syreeta? DAMN! Get your hankies ready gurls!

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by Anonymousreply 201Last Wednesday at 9:52 PM

Yeah I know who he is. I still love this duet.

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by Anonymousreply 202Last Wednesday at 9:53 PM

Billy Preston, that is a major duet.

by Anonymousreply 203Last Wednesday at 9:55 PM

Old, elegiac. They've had better days, but The Lions Roar.

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by Anonymousreply 204Last Wednesday at 9:57 PM

Both Hall and Oates share vocals on this one.

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by Anonymousreply 205Last Wednesday at 10:08 PM

Stevie and Lindsey have harmonized on a hundred songs together but I think this may be their only technical duet?

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by Anonymousreply 206Last Wednesday at 10:12 PM

She's way out of her league, but there's sincere charm in it. Cher and Ray Charles.

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by Anonymousreply 207Last Wednesday at 10:15 PM

R206 They harmonize brilliantly. Here’s a duet from 1st album.

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by Anonymousreply 208Last Wednesday at 10:22 PM

I realize someone already posted this, but the version linked up-thread doesn't include the actual video of Bowie and Crosby from the show. I'm posting it here because as a teenager I watched with my parents when it aired, and it was an enjoyable "Ziggy Stardust" and "White Christmas" generations-coming-together moment.

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by Anonymousreply 209Last Wednesday at 10:23 PM

Elf And Zooey

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by Anonymousreply 210Last Wednesday at 10:28 PM

For lovers of ONJ, this beautiful little known duet with Jon Secada carries me through every holiday.

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by Anonymousreply 211Last Wednesday at 10:35 PM

R9 I thought that I was the only person who knew that song! I bought the 45 and know every single word by heart! Absolutely love it!

by Anonymousreply 212Last Wednesday at 10:41 PM

Pink and Nate Ruess.

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by Anonymousreply 213Last Wednesday at 10:42 PM

Kenny Loggins and Stevie Nicks

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by Anonymousreply 214Last Wednesday at 10:43 PM

Karen Olivo and Aaron Tveit. A beautiful performance....from this century.

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by Anonymousreply 215Last Wednesday at 10:49 PM

Shocked...SHOCKED that this hasn't been mentioned yet!

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by Anonymousreply 216Last Wednesday at 10:56 PM

Carly Simon & James Taylor's magnificent live performance of "Mockingbird" (1979).

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by Anonymousreply 217Last Wednesday at 11:00 PM

Charmaine Carr and Tony Perkins, Take Me to the World.

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by Anonymousreply 218Last Wednesday at 11:03 PM

Broadway. Unforgettable duet. Brian and Audra.

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by Anonymousreply 219Last Wednesday at 11:12 PM

From "Neeley: The Bellevue Bootleg":

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by Anonymousreply 220Last Wednesday at 11:18 PM

Who is posting all this crap^? Stevie Nicks, ONJ, John Denver and that embarrassing Carly Simon with her flat signing and white man dancing? Linda Ronstadt and Anthony fucking Perkins. Terrible, boring OLD shite.

by Anonymousreply 221Last Wednesday at 11:24 PM

The male equivalent of the Judy/Babs duet:

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by Anonymousreply 222Last Wednesday at 11:27 PM

The Girl is Mine - Michael Jackson & Paul McCartney

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by Anonymousreply 223Last Wednesday at 11:28 PM

Same Script Different Cast - Whitney Houston & Deborah Cox

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by Anonymousreply 224Last Wednesday at 11:29 PM

Björk and PJ Harvey - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

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by Anonymousreply 225Last Thursday at 12:58 AM

The Whitney Houston duets around her debut are some of the most beautiful ever. They don't make them like this anymore:

'Hold Me' - Whitney & Teddy Pendergrass

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by Anonymousreply 226Last Thursday at 1:22 AM

'Take Good Care of My Heart' - Whitney & Jermain Jackson

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by Anonymousreply 227Last Thursday at 1:25 AM

'Nobody Loves Me Like You Do' - Whitney & Jermaine Jackson 2.0

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by Anonymousreply 228Last Thursday at 1:27 AM

Babs and Donna “Enough is Enough”

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by Anonymousreply 229Last Thursday at 1:29 AM

'If You Said My Eyes Are Beautiful' - Whitney & Jermain Jackson 3.0

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by Anonymousreply 230Last Thursday at 1:29 AM

Bono and Andrea Corr “ Summer Wine”

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by Anonymousreply 231Last Thursday at 1:31 AM

Joan Baez and Jeffrey Shurtleff

Sweet Sunny South

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by Anonymousreply 232Last Thursday at 1:36 AM

inspired song, peak George, and Elton still sounds great

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by Anonymousreply 233Last Thursday at 2:37 AM

"Stumblin' In" - Chris Norman and Suzi Quatro

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by Anonymousreply 234Last Thursday at 2:52 AM

"The Closer I Get to You" - Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway

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by Anonymousreply 235Last Thursday at 3:08 AM

Freddie Mercury and Montserrrat Caballé - Barcelona

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by Anonymousreply 236Last Thursday at 4:45 AM

Andrea Bocelli and Céline Dion - The Prayer

Skip to 1:20.

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by Anonymousreply 237Last Thursday at 4:46 AM

PJ Harvey and Nick Cave.

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by Anonymousreply 238Last Thursday at 4:59 AM

Mtume - You, Me and He

(From 1984)

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by Anonymousreply 239Last Thursday at 5:16 AM

Tony Bennett and Amy Winehouse

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by Anonymousreply 240Last Thursday at 5:22 AM

Shocking that there's only one 'duet' posted with Johnny Mathis. So, I'm going to throw in this (though I can't post the actual song - maybe someone will be kind enough to do this? "The Last Time I Fell in Love" , from "Same Time Next Year"

by Anonymousreply 241Last Thursday at 7:56 AM

Ben Folds and Regina Spektor

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by Anonymousreply 242Last Thursday at 8:46 AM

Michael Buble and Ron Sexsmith

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by Anonymousreply 243Last Thursday at 8:48 AM

Sondre Lerche and Lillian Samdal

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by Anonymousreply 244Last Thursday at 8:52 AM

Ronstadt and Sinatra- Moonlight in Vermont.

by Anonymousreply 245Last Thursday at 8:58 AM

Astrud Gilberto and Stan Getz - “The Girl From Ipanema” video from 1964!

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by Anonymousreply 246Last Thursday at 8:59 AM

OP I think you needed to put more qualifiers on your request, there is just to much random postings of songs sung by two people here.

by Anonymousreply 247Last Thursday at 9:19 AM

du·et (/d(y)o͞oˈet/) - a performance by two people, especially singers, instrumentalists, or dancers.

by Anonymousreply 248Last Thursday at 10:36 AM

The Righteous Brothers

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by Anonymousreply 249Last Thursday at 10:40 AM

Tom and Crystal

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by Anonymousreply 250Last Thursday at 10:49 AM

This is a sexy song....and Michael Buble brings it.....

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by Anonymousreply 251Last Thursday at 11:27 AM

Mark Knopfler and Emmylou Harris

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by Anonymousreply 252Last Thursday at 11:34 AM

Mark Knopfler and James Taylor

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by Anonymousreply 253Last Thursday at 11:35 AM

Linda and Smokey...if he isn't Gay he should be....

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by Anonymousreply 254Last Thursday at 11:51 AM

Little known duet of Andrea Bocelli with Portuguese singer Dulce Pontes ( before that B Madonna even knew what Fado was). Pretty Breathtaking. Get ready ready Girls- almost nude male dancers in the video!

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by Anonymousreply 255Last Thursday at 11:54 AM

Whoops! Correction to post above: should be "Last Time I Felt Like This". Apologies to you folks (and to Johnny and Jane)

by Anonymousreply 256Last Thursday at 12:00 PM

Start your own thread R247 with all the “qualifiers” you want.

I am enjoying this thread. It’s great being reminded of the classics and I appreciate the ones I had never heard before.

by Anonymousreply 257Last Thursday at 12:47 PM

I'm crying as I type!!! This is beautiful....

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by Anonymousreply 258Last Thursday at 12:49 PM

OK I'm on a roll with Andrea. This one is a great duet. I think she deserves a lot more credit than she gets....

by Anonymousreply 259Last Thursday at 12:52 PM

That little slut Ariana couldn’t even cover up properly.

by Anonymousreply 260Last Thursday at 1:18 PM

Wait,... my post didn't pick up the link.

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by Anonymousreply 261Last Thursday at 1:36 PM

OKKAAAY!!! Time for a Masterclass.......

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by Anonymousreply 262Last Thursday at 1:45 PM

Wendy O. Williams and Lemmy (Motorhead), "Stand By Your Man"

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by Anonymousreply 263Last Thursday at 2:07 PM

Gulf coast highway

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by Anonymousreply 264Last Thursday at 2:14 PM

Otis Redding & Carla Thomas - Tramp

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by Anonymousreply 265Last Thursday at 2:17 PM

Rob Halford (Judas Priest) & Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden), "The One You Love to Hate"

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by Anonymousreply 266Last Thursday at 2:18 PM

Beyoncé and Ed Sheeran. Perfect.

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by Anonymousreply 267Last Thursday at 2:29 PM

THESE TWO ARE IDENTICALLY TALENTED!

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by Anonymousreply 268Last Thursday at 2:36 PM

Gloria Loring and Carl Anderson - Friends and Lovers

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by Anonymousreply 269Last Thursday at 2:39 PM

A great tour, great cover. Fun Duet. Come on Eileen.

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by Anonymousreply 270Last Thursday at 2:43 PM

Rick James & Teena Marie - Fire and Desire

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by Anonymousreply 271Last Thursday at 2:44 PM

Rick James & Teena Marie - Fire and Desire

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by Anonymousreply 272Last Thursday at 2:44 PM

Patti LaBelle and Michael McDonald - On My Own

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by Anonymousreply 273Last Thursday at 2:45 PM

John Lennon & Yoko Ono - "John and Yoko"

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by Anonymousreply 274Last Thursday at 4:13 PM

"Perhaps Love" - John Denver and Plácido Domingo.

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by Anonymousreply 275Last Thursday at 4:43 PM

I wanted to post The Sweeney Sisters, but I can't find any video of them online.

by Anonymousreply 276Last Thursday at 4:44 PM

Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway had some great duets.

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by Anonymousreply 277Last Thursday at 4:45 PM

The "Baby, It's Cold Outside" of opera:

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by Anonymousreply 278Last Thursday at 4:47 PM

"Say, Say, Say" - Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson (as Mac and Jack)

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by Anonymousreply 279Last Thursday at 4:47 PM

George and Tammy

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by Anonymousreply 280Last Thursday at 4:52 PM

“Pork chops and applesauce.”

by Anonymousreply 281Last Thursday at 4:52 PM

Here's a badass duet -- Etta James and Doctor John's "I'd Rather Go Blind." It gets hot around 3:30 of the video.

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by Anonymousreply 282Last Thursday at 4:56 PM

Marc Anthony and Tina Arena - I Want to Spend My Lifetime Loving You

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by Anonymousreply 283Last Thursday at 5:01 PM

Louis & Ella - Dream A Little Dream Of Me

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by Anonymousreply 284Last Thursday at 5:06 PM

Johnny Mathis and Barbra Streisand - I Have a Love/One Hand, One Heart

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by Anonymousreply 285Last Thursday at 5:11 PM

Ooh -- I love that song, r283! And they have great chemistry in the video.

by Anonymousreply 286Last Thursday at 5:13 PM

I'm not religious in the least, but I've always loved this one. Natalie Merchant and Karen Peris (of the innocence mission).

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by Anonymousreply 287Last Thursday at 5:16 PM

Paul Robeson & Hattie McDaniel - I Still Suits Me

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by Anonymousreply 288Last Thursday at 5:25 PM

For R276

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by Anonymousreply 289Last Thursday at 5:48 PM

Linda Ronstadt and Ann Savoy

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by Anonymousreply 290Last Thursday at 5:48 PM

Andy Williams and his ex-wife, murderess Claudine Longet

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by Anonymousreply 291Last Thursday at 5:53 PM

Eve with Gwen Stefani

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by Anonymousreply 292Last Thursday at 5:55 PM
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by Anonymousreply 293Last Thursday at 5:57 PM

Aimee Mann and Glenn Tilbrook

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by Anonymousreply 294Last Thursday at 6:00 PM

For R276

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by Anonymousreply 295Last Thursday at 6:04 PM
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by Anonymousreply 296Last Thursday at 6:05 PM

Start your own thread [R247] with all the “qualifiers” you want.

I am enjoying this thread. It’s great being reminded of the classics and I appreciate the ones I had never heard before.

Have some fun R247. No jacket required.

by Anonymousreply 297Last Thursday at 6:29 PM

R257/R297 might need a MRI or something.

by Anonymousreply 298Last Thursday at 6:31 PM

This Chicago revival was unforgettable. Can’t find actual Broadway footage, but still

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by Anonymousreply 299Last Thursday at 6:59 PM

Another from Natalia Jimenez's tribute to Mexico live album, ft. the amazing Lila Downs.

I used to sing this as a kid, except I sounded like an actual goat.

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by Anonymousreply 300Last Thursday at 7:22 PM

Yes to the E.V.E. Lots of great stuff here. Let's keep the diversity going. Live performances are better than recorded duets. (outside classic recordings) Show that you can sing. Barbra Streisand never "sang" a duet with anyone in her life. She made a whole video filming her duet *recording* with Celine Dion, but they never sang together in the same place ONCE. Never. Celine ain't afraid. She has taken the stage with everyone from Beyonce to John Jacques Goldman. Their duet was recorded separately at different times in separate studios. Common enough. So - why make a fake video where you pretend that you sang it together? Barabas Streusel did that with her subsequent Duets albums. All these videos she made with people that she never met! Streizand famously got the influenza hours before she and Celine were meant to sing Tell Him live at the Grammys. And she had to take a piss when Celine sang her nominated song at the Oscars. Streizand is not the gold standard of nothing. I wasn't even born when she was popular. I digress.

Okay. Bey and Jay-Z. It's a mashup, a sample - but also a duet, because they sang it around the world and it was a beautiful love banger.

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by Anonymousreply 301Last Thursday at 7:43 PM

R300 Wow, that's not Billie Eilish whisper-singing. Those women have some pipes.

Lila Downs used to be a Deadhead.

by Anonymousreply 302Last Thursday at 7:46 PM

Celine has never sounded more relaxed or looked more beautiful than with JJ Goldman. He's not a great voice, but a world pop rock singer. Jean Jacques Goldman wrote all her French hits - some which became big songs for her in English too. Her voice is full of overtones and beautiful trills and lovely legato en francais. Celine has a remarkable voice. People don't get to hear it as much in her bombastic english performances and strange Elvis affectations. JJ wrote two albums for Celine. They are the two largest selling French language albums in all history. She's a great singer, he's a sexy man who adores her - they obviously vibe.

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by Anonymousreply 303Last Thursday at 8:06 PM

R162 Not only did Lana Del Rey sing with the son of Leonard Cohen, she also sang with the son of John Lennon.

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by Anonymousreply 304Last Thursday at 8:23 PM

Donny and Marie

Morning side of the mountain

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by Anonymousreply 305Last Thursday at 9:24 PM

Linda Eder and Carolee Carmello - In His Eyes

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by Anonymousreply 306Last Thursday at 10:06 PM

Peter Cetera and Cher

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by Anonymousreply 307Last Thursday at 10:22 PM

Peter Cetera and Amy Grant

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by Anonymousreply 308Last Thursday at 10:23 PM

Peter Cetera and Chaka

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by Anonymousreply 309Last Thursday at 10:24 PM

A couple of unknown amateurs, but...

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by Anonymousreply 310Last Thursday at 10:25 PM

Harry Connick Jr. & Carla Bruni - And I Love Her

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by Anonymousreply 311Last Thursday at 10:34 PM

"Suddenly" - Olivia Newton-John and Cliff Richard

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by Anonymousreply 312Last Friday at 2:41 AM

Where Is the Love - Roberts Flack & Donny Hathaway

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by Anonymousreply 313Last Friday at 2:44 AM

Suddenly-ONJ & Cliff Richard

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by Anonymousreply 314Last Friday at 2:49 AM

Nobody Loves Me Like You Do - Anne Murray & Dave Loggins

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by Anonymousreply 315Last Friday at 2:57 AM

Zayn & Sia - Dusk Till Dawn

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by Anonymousreply 316Last Friday at 3:45 AM

R301 Your rant about Streisand not singing live is unfortunate.

Read the thread. It BEGINS with a live performance by Barbra Streisand and Barry Gibb.

by Anonymousreply 317Last Friday at 8:19 AM

I don't watch Streizands singing displays. I've read the whole thread though. Thanks.

by Anonymousreply 318Last Friday at 8:59 AM

You’re welcome.

by Anonymousreply 319Last Friday at 9:17 AM

Well, since you said "any genre" . . .

The love duet between Otello and Desdemona at the end of Act I in Verdi's "Otello".

by Anonymousreply 320Last Friday at 10:02 AM

Billy Vera & Judy Clay - Storybook Children

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by Anonymousreply 321Last Friday at 10:19 AM

Thanks for posting that clip, R167!

Even if you don't speak French, from the time (at about the 2:00 mark) when the amazing Ginette Reno appears at the top of the stairs in the song "Un Peu Plus Haut" ("A Little Higher"), right up to the end, you can feel the great emotion rolling through everyone present on the Plains.

The song was written by the man singing a few measures at the beginning of the song, Jean-Pierre Ferland.

Back story: Ginette's manager was René Angelil, until he abruptly dropped her as a client in order to manage the career of the much younger (she was 12 years old and he was 38 when they met) and far thinner future wife Céline.

Céline went on to become an international star while Ginette, although she remained beloved in Canada, especially Québec for her acting, singing, sense of humour and warmth, never really made it internationally, possibly because she was never glamourous and didn't fit the typical look of a star.

This moment Ginette and Céline finally sang together here was seen as a kind of a catharsis and the putting to rest of any bad feelings that might have existed between them, either in reality, or more likely, had been created by gossip and rumour in the public's mind.

by Anonymousreply 322Last Friday at 11:05 AM

I knew only some of that, R322. My boyfriend dragged me to that historic concert on the Plains that night. We are already fans of Celine, of course. But I am not a fan of those kinds of crowds. Thanks for the wonderful back story. I thought Celine was just paying homage to the great elders of Quebecois by saving them till last. She had quite a few quests perform with her that night. But of course the highlight came during this unfathomably dramatic and sincere end - when Celine's voice was fried and the great Reno came out with everything she had left in her. The song is so conversational, and Celine was so intimate towards her. Yet, it was thunderous. People were weeping. Now I know why. Thanks GayWoman.

And it is a spectacular duet too, non?

by Anonymousreply 323Last Friday at 2:14 PM

Of course this amazing, mostly french concert from Celine at the APEX of her career was presented with over 30 songs for 3 hours. More than a quarter of a million people attended.....for free.

Celine doesn't charge by the note, Barbra.

by Anonymousreply 324Last Friday at 2:47 PM

This is fun.

Elton and RuPaul

With Ru taking over for Kiki Dee

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by Anonymousreply 325Last Friday at 2:57 PM

R323, I agree that it's an absolutely spectacular duet. It still brings tears to my eyes every time I watch it. Such a great moment for all involved, including lucky you in the crowd.

So many people, so happy all at the same time - that is something we could really use again during these stressful times, all being joyful at the same moment!

by Anonymousreply 326Last Friday at 4:05 PM

Yes, the shared concert experience is wonderful. You said it well R326.

by Anonymousreply 327Last Friday at 4:28 PM

Thanks for saying that and thanks for the refreshing thread, R327. It's been lots of fun trying out everyone's suggestions.

by Anonymousreply 328Last Friday at 4:46 PM

"The Beat Goes On" - Sonny & Cher

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by Anonymousreply 329Last Saturday at 2:09 AM

"Yes, I'm Ready" - Teri DeSario and K.C.

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by Anonymousreply 330Last Saturday at 2:33 AM

I am really enjoying this. My favorite "finds" are the duets by people who normally don't sing together. I found a duet between "Babyface" KEnny Edmonds and Barbra Joan Streisand and was pleasantly surprised.

by Anonymousreply 331Last Saturday at 4:47 PM

Glen Campbell & Roy Clark.

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by Anonymousreply 332Last Saturday at 4:51 PM

Sometimes - Denise LaSalle and Latimore

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by Anonymousreply 333Last Saturday at 4:56 PM

Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams, Too Much, Too Little, Too Late.

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by Anonymousreply 334Last Saturday at 5:06 PM

Now you’re in New York

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by Anonymousreply 335Last Saturday at 7:51 PM

Lana Del Rey and Stevie Nicks

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by Anonymousreply 336Last Saturday at 7:59 PM

Inspired by the Stevie Wonder thread...

Stevie Wonder & Dionne Warwick - Weakness

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by Anonymousreply 337Last Saturday at 8:01 PM

Judy and Astaire.

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by Anonymousreply 338Last Saturday at 8:12 PM

Donna

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by Anonymousreply 339Last Saturday at 8:36 PM

"Love Song" - Madonna and Prince

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by Anonymousreply 340Last Sunday at 2:50 AM

Stevie Nicks & Don Henley - Leathet and Lace

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by Anonymousreply 341Last Sunday at 2:57 AM

Another Stevie & Walter Egan

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by Anonymousreply 342Last Sunday at 3:04 AM

Damien Rice & Lisa Hannigan

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by Anonymousreply 343Last Sunday at 9:31 AM

Sarah Brightman & Andrea Bocelli - Time to Say Goodbye

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by Anonymousreply 344Last Sunday at 9:48 AM

Willie Nelson and Julio Iglesias

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by Anonymousreply 345Last Sunday at 10:03 AM

Beyonce tries, but she can't sing it better than Celine. One tasteful gorgeous run from Dion is better than Miss Knowles spotlight hogging. I like Bey. Celine is a gracious host, always. The other ladies were there too. Y'all missed Celine's great CANADIAN television specials? They were lit.

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by Anonymousreply 346Last Sunday at 10:04 AM

Pre-1982, Stevie Nicks was able to wrap her voice around any other’s, producing great harmonies. It wasn’t just Lindsey’s voice, there were many more.

Remember this one? John Stewart & Stevie Nicks, Gold

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by Anonymousreply 347Last Sunday at 10:06 AM

Chaka Khan & George Benson - We Got the Love

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by Anonymousreply 348Last Sunday at 10:09 AM

Simon and Garfunkle

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by Anonymousreply 349Last Sunday at 10:13 AM

Stevie Nicks & Tom Petty, Stop Draggin My Heart Around.

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by Anonymousreply 350Last Sunday at 10:30 AM

I love this so much.

Natalia Lafourcade and Omara Portuondo

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by Anonymousreply 351Last Sunday at 10:56 AM

Anne Murray drunk with Jann Arden

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by Anonymousreply 352Last Sunday at 11:02 AM

Trisha Yearwood and Don Henley

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by Anonymousreply 353Last Sunday at 11:13 AM

Did you hear Chaka's recent comment about singing with Ariana Grande? It's a cross between shade and bitter. Or is that redundant?

There's way too much Stevie Nicks on this thread for my liking. She had no variation to her voice at all. I wouldn't call her a great harmonizer either. But yeah, she sung a lot of duets. Dolly Parton, Anne Murray, Emmylou Harris or Kelly Clarkson can sing sophisticated harmonic grace notes in their sleep. Stevie just does campfire singing.

Here, something proper and profound. A real duet. It takes effort to love Leonard Cohen, but it's easy to love the voice of Jennifer Warnes. They turned his dirge into a profound conversation.

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by Anonymousreply 354Last Sunday at 3:00 PM

Ok, it's a trio. I broke the rules. But this ain't easy. There are no tricks to this slow song. Make it pretty and sing the counter harmonies as best you can. Kelly, Reba and Trishwood do fantastic, heartfelt work. Then make it acapella just to show they can. Yes, they can. Each voice is distinct and together they become more. Gorgeous singing. LIVE.

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by Anonymousreply 355Last Sunday at 3:08 PM

R354 Yeah I saw what Chaka had to say about Ariana Grande.

I saw the headline and thought "oooh, the R&B legend's gonna let the up-and-coming pop princess pretender have it". But when you actually watch the video of the interview, it's not really like that at all. She's just saying that she doesn't want to do any more duets with women, that she has nothing to say musically with another woman. And Chaka being Chaka, she at one point used the word "heifer" instead of "woman". And so, of course, the headlines were all "Chaka Khan says she'll never sing with Ariana Grande again, and calls her a 'heifer'!"

by Anonymousreply 356Last Sunday at 9:49 PM

This Hawaiian duo, Cecilio and Kapono, put out 3 albums on Columbia in the 70's. None of them charted, and they never had a hit single, but they were fairly well known at the time, probably through touring, FM radio airplay, and the fact that they were there were so few native Hawaiians out there in the music biz. Cecilio turned out to be a child molester and went to prison.

This is probably the closest thing they ever had to a hit. It's a cover of an obscure, early Hall & Oates tune.

"Goodnight and Good Morning" - Cecilio and Kapono

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by Anonymousreply 357Last Sunday at 11:09 PM

R340 I remember the disappointment upon first hearing that Madonna/Prince duet.

It was HIGHLY anticipated. Two of the biggest, most outrageous pop superstars on the planet were teaming up for a song. Everybody expected it to be slamming. The local radio station got an advance copy of the album and teased that they were going to debut the song at such-and-such a time, and everybody who was into pop music waited breathlessly by the radio to hear what these two came up with.

Finally, the designated hour came, they announced it, here it is, finally, at long last, the great superstar collaboration of the decade and...

It was this bizarre, dissonant, slow, not-radio-friendly, out-of-left-field mess. Definitely NOT destined to be a classic, let alone a hit. You could just feel the disappointment as the DJ spoke as he came out of the song, trying and failing to sound enthusiastic about what he'd just played.

I think I heard it one more time on the radio, and that was it.

Listening to it now, separated from all the hype and subsequent disappointment, it's kind of a cool little track, in its own way. Reminiscent of some of Prince's appealingly odd, obscure album cuts like "Starfish and Coffee" or "Joy in Repetition".

In a way, I admire them for not doing what everybody expected. On the other hand, it's a pity they didn't see fit to seize the moment. They certainly had it in them to come up with something really special, and instead they gave us this quirky throwaway.

by Anonymousreply 358Yesterday at 12:27 AM

The best duet ever.

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by Anonymousreply 359Yesterday at 3:55 AM

best duet ever: peanut butter and jelly? chocolate and peanut butter? cheesecake and strawberries? bagels and cream cheese? and on and on...

by Anonymousreply 360Yesterday at 5:46 AM

Bruce Springsteen & Michael Stipe - Because The Night

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by Anonymousreply 36114 hours ago

Ebony and Ivory (1982) - Paul McCartney & Stevie Wonder

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by Anonymousreply 36214 hours ago

Who could possible like that song R362. The worst thing either of them has ever recorded. All for money and business. There's disease in that song. I despise it.

by Anonymousreply 36314 hours ago

Barbra and Burt Bacharach singing Close to You or Barbra seducing Burt....

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by Anonymousreply 36413 hours ago

Muriel turned off the YouTube pictures!

by Anonymousreply 36513 hours ago

Given the season…

Here’s the real Verst Letty (Patti Lupone) with the General-cum-President Peron (Bob Gunton), in which he laments (at min 3:55):

“It’s annoying that they have to fight elections for our cause The inconvenience, having to get a majority If normal methods of persuasion fail to win them applause There are other ways of establishing authority”

Evidently, nothing today is original…

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by Anonymousreply 36611 hours ago

George Michael, Elton John - Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me

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