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Mon, 02 Apr 2007

Ghost Stories / Chantal Kreviazuk
Chantal Kreviazuk may be the best and least known vocalist on the Internet. Best, because there are a ridiculous number of MP3s of the cover she did of Leaving on a Jet Plane floating around the file sharing sites. At least that's what I've heard. Not that I'd know anything about that, or know anybody who does.

But how can she be so known and unknown at the same time? That's because (again, so I've heard) most of those MP3s attribute the song to somebody else. Anybody else, as long as they're female and a singer. So I can only imagine how many people love her voice but have no idea it's her voice they love. And she's even good when she isn't channeling John Denver. Or being misidentified as Sheryl Crow. Or Jewel. Or half a dozen other age appropriate performers who aren't her. Or should that be she?

Ghost Stories
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