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India/Middle East
Native American
New Age
Sensual Vocalists
Soft Rock/Pop
Sensual Vocalists for an Erotic or Bdsm Scene

Here are some of the most erotic and stimulating vocalists I have found.

An Ancient Muse by Loreena McKennitt

It's been nearly a decade since Loreena McKennitt's last studio album, The Book of Secrets, but An Ancient Muse picks up the caravan exactly where she left off on her mystical journey through the cultures of the Middle East and northern Sahara.

The Book of Secrets by Loreena McKennitt

McKennitt's recordings always have the quality of a spiritual sojourn; her songs are those of a seeker, whether she's setting Yeats, Scripture, or her own words to her compositions.

Paint the Sky with Stars: The Best of Enya

The most melodic and atmospheric examples of Enya's lovely Celtic-flavored songwriting shine on this disc.

Parallel Dreams by Loreena McKennitt

While tackling such bleak themes as lost love, murder, homelessness, and torture, each song is sung with an emotional radiance that can send shivers down your spine and warmth into your heart.

Whisper to the Wild Water by Marie Brennan

Maire (pronounced moya) Brennan, did some time with Clannad as their lead singer with her famous sister Enya.

Duality by Pieter Bourke, Lisa Gerrard

Duality is at once sacred and playful. It is both dark and light, organic and refined, masculine and feminine.

To Venus and Back by Tori Amos

Amos supporters have long maintained that the key to understanding her intrigue lies in her live performances.

Fumbling Towards Ecstasy by Sarah McLachlan

A great album to accompany your moments of introspection

Seal 2 by Seal

Soulful first single "Prayer for the Dying" will set the pace, while "Kiss From A Rose" is a huge ballad

Tidal by Fiona Apple

Apple is obviously talented--she has a dark, smoky alto and a knack for an arresting turn of phrase

Medusa by Annie Lennox

The songs are the rightful stars here, and Lennox brings passion and nuance to a set that plays beautifully.

The Visit by Loreena McKennitt

Mixing a variety of styles with a Celtic base, this was McKennitt's breakthrough album and remains one of her most musically interesting.

Best of 1987-2001 by Patricia Kaas

I love her sexy smouldering vocals and I've always been a sucker for the french language.

Etterna by Emma Shapplin

This is a fantastic American debut album by Emma Shapplin. This album should definetly put her at the top of the classical crossover charts with Sarah Brightman and Josh Groban. The amazingly talented Emma lets her haunting vocals soar over the music. I reccommend this wholeheartedly, especially if you're a fan of new age or classical crossover.