Some of my favorite screaming vocalizations in rock are: Of course, Roger Daltrey's in "We Won't Get Fooled Again." James Brown in multiple songs such as "Night Train," "Get on the Good Foot" or "I Feel Good," which is actually entitled "I Got You." Axl Rose in "Welcome to the Jungle." Steven Tyler in "Dream On." Prince has some good ones, can't remember which songs. Maybe "P*ssy Control???" AC/DC has had a couple of really good screamers as singers. When that Righteous Brother, the late Bobby Hatfield , goes stratospheric in falsetto singing "I need your love" at the climax of "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling." The Beatles collectively in "Twist and Shout." Paul McCartney individually in "Revolution." When Jim Morrison screamingly blasts open the door about his Oedipus complex or whatever in "The End." Little Richard screaming "Woooo" in "Jenny, Jenny, Jenny" and other songs. Joe Cocker in "(I Get By) With A Little Help from My Friends." Tom Petty on "I Need to Know." That scream could break your heart. Screamin' Jay Hawkins on his original of "I Put a Spell on You." They didn't call him that without good reason. John Fogerty with Creedence Clearwater Revival has a decent cover. Mitch Ryder has some good screams in his body of work. And so does Robert Plant. And Wayne Cochran, too. And Kurt Cobain. And Roky Erickson. Not a scream, but I think Buddy Holly's hiccuping vocal intro that turns the single word "well" into a six syllable count off to start "Rave On" is memorable and it deserves a mention. On the distaff side, I can't think of nearly as many good female screams, since Yoko Ono seriously doesn't seriously count as a serious vocalist. Seriously. I guess my favorite girly scream is by Merry Clayton while she's duetting with Rolling Stone Mick Jagger on "Gimme Shelter." Then there's that girl who screams during The Ohio Players' "Love Rollercoaster." And the female vocalist on Pink Floyd's "The Great Gig in the Sky." I guess the very, very, very best and most memorable scream for me by a female vocalist is given out by Janis Joplin in "Piece of My Heart." Your thoughts?