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Old 12-08-2006, 02:09 PM
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Guitar - Steve Vai, Joe Satriani
Bass - John Myung
Drums - Thomas Lang
Vocals - Bruce Dickinson(sp?)

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Guitar/Vocals - B.B King
Drums - Carter Beauford
Bass - Victor Wooten
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Old 12-08-2006, 03:16 PM
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Vocals-Ray Gillian(Badlands,Black Sabbath)
Keyboards-Jon Lord
Jimi Hendrix-Lead & Rhythm Guitar
Randy Rhodes-Lead & Rhythm Guitar
Frank Zappa-Lead & Rhythm Guitar
John Entwistle-Bass Guitar
John Bonham-Drums

Oh what a show that would be.

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Old 12-08-2006, 04:42 PM
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Hey Rossy_j! Cool list here, man. I like it! But...doesn't Stanley Jordan play guitar? I was not aware that he played bass, also. I have 3 cds of his from the late 80's in which he plays the guitar like a piano, but he doesn't play bass. Just curious...Play On! ;-)

Maybe you meant to type Stanley Clarke??
Hey michael, yea Stanley plays bass too, and a mean one at that! I can't remember where I heard him now, but I only thought he played guitar too until I heard him.

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Old 12-09-2006, 07:18 AM
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Hey michael, yea Stanley plays bass too, and a mean one at that! I can't remember where I heard him now, but I only thought he played guitar too until I heard him.

R
Oh, ok. Thanks Rossy_j! Wasn't aware of that. Maybe because I kinda lost touch with SJ in the mid 90's after I hadn't heard from him anymore. I figured that he stopped recording to try his hand at something else. Hey, is there any recordings of him playing bass? I'd love to hear some of his bass playing. Thanks again, Rossy_j...Peace Out...Play On! ;-)
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Old 12-09-2006, 08:25 PM
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Pete Townshebd - gtr, Paul McCartney - bs, Roger Daltrey - vc, Ringo - drm

The Whootles?

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Old 12-09-2006, 10:50 PM
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My Ultimate Band:

Lead Vocals :Thom Yorke
Lead Guitar : Dave Navvaro
Vocals/Rythym Guitar : Jack Black
Bass: Flea
Drums 1 : Dave Weckl
Drums 2 : Nate Morton ( house band from the rockstar shows)
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Old 12-10-2006, 01:12 AM
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I heard, but dont remember the name of the band, that Jimi Hendrix and Joe Pesci, were in the same band, but not at the same time. Does anyone remember??? Well well. I found it....the band was Joey Dee and the Starliters,
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Old 12-10-2006, 01:43 AM
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vocals.....................Eddie Vedder

guitar.......................SRV


bass..........................Tony Levin

Drums........................Nick D'virgilio
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Old 12-10-2006, 02:10 AM
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Guitar- me
Drums- the letter f
NO BASS
vibes- the number 4
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Old 12-10-2006, 08:12 AM
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Band #1 (Progressive)
Drummer: Neil Peart (of course!)
Vocals: Peter Gabriel
Bassist: Chris Squire
Keys: Keith Emerson
Guitar: Steve Hackett

Band #2 (generic awesomeness)
Drummer: Ginger Baker
Vocals: Roger Daltrey
Bassist: John Entwisle
Keys: Rick Wakeman
Guitar: David Gilmour
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Old 12-10-2006, 12:54 PM
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Drums: Carter Beauford
Drums: Bernard Purdie
Bass: Victor Wooten
Bass: T.M. Stevens
Guitar: Jorel Corpuz
Guitar: Jimi Hendrix
Shamisen: The Yoshida Brothers
Vocals: Dave Matthews
Vocals: Bamboo Manalac
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Old 12-10-2006, 09:20 PM
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Vocals- Roger Daltrey
Guitar- Eddie Van Halen
Bass- Geddy Lee
Keys- Dennis DeYoung (Styx)
Drums- Bonham
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Old 12-11-2006, 05:29 AM
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Vocals-Joey Cape (Lagwagon)
Guitar- Daron Malakian (SOAD)
Bass- Matt Freeman (Rancid)
Drums- Brooks Wackerman (Bad Religion)
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Old 12-11-2006, 05:35 PM
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Oh, ok. Thanks Rossy_j! Wasn't aware of that. Maybe because I kinda lost touch with SJ in the mid 90's after I hadn't heard from him anymore. I figured that he stopped recording to try his hand at something else. Hey, is there any recordings of him playing bass? I'd love to hear some of his bass playing. Thanks again, Rossy_j...Peace Out...Play On! ;-)
Hey, I'll get my father to fish out some of his vinyls because i'm not too sure where I heard it. Ill tell you when I find one.

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Old 12-11-2006, 07:27 PM
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Hey, I'll get my father to fish out some of his vinyls because i'm not too sure where I heard it. Ill tell you when I find one.

Cheers, R
Thanks Rossy_j. Yea, I'd like to hear some SJ bass. I never knew he played the four string. Cheers...Play On! ;-)
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Old 12-11-2006, 07:57 PM
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I've got most of Jordan's old stuff. I saw him play when he first came out. Stanley was the guitar wizard with the touch technique that wowed everybody when he came on the scene. His fame and familiarity faded for whatever reason. Some of it personal I believe.

I'm not aware of anything SJ plays 4 string bass on. He does play bass lines on his guitar and could give any Stick player a run for their money. However, I wouldn't say he's a bass player. He could probably teach Tony Levin a few things though...
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Old 12-12-2006, 07:27 AM
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I've got most of Jordan's old stuff. I saw him play when he first came out. Stanley was the guitar wizard with the touch technique that wowed everybody when he came on the scene. His fame and familiarity faded for whatever reason. Some of it personal I believe.

I'm not aware of anything SJ plays 4 string bass on. He does play bass lines on his guitar and could give any Stick player a run for their money. However, I wouldn't say he's a bass player. He could probably teach Tony Levin a few things though...
Yea murph. That's what I thought, but Rossy_j seems to think so. And I wouldn't consider him a basser either, but when he burst on the scene back in the 80's, he floored me with his guitar technique. So innovative and original. And it was beautiful to see him play. And really awesome to hear.

Yes, that was strange the way he just fell out of the scene as quick as he came in. I wonder what he's doing nowadays? Maybe find him on the web, huh? Anyway, thanks for your input! It's always informative...Play On! ;-)
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Old 12-12-2006, 10:33 AM
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Yes, that was strange the way he just fell out of the scene as quick as he came in. I wonder what he's doing nowadays? Maybe find him on the web, huh? Anyway, thanks for your input! It's always informative...Play On! ;-)
He looks to be involved a lot with Music Therapy these days. Very cool. Could be what got him out of his slump...

I was floored by his playing also. It's a beautiful sound.

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Old 12-12-2006, 05:21 PM
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Stanley has played bass before, I'm just having trouble finding the piece right now! It wasn't a career move or anything it was just a session he did and a good one at that. He's better on the old six string, a genius in fact, but I felt greedy having Joe Satriani, Carlos Santana AND Stanley Jordan all on guitar, but I had to have him somewhere in there.

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Old 12-12-2006, 06:26 PM
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He looks to be involved a lot with Music Therapy these days. Very cool. Could be what got him out of his slump...

I was floored by his playing also. It's a beautiful sound.

Cheers,
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Ahh...Music Therapy, huh? Well that never hurts. That's good to hear! Maybe he'll record again, though. Hopefully...Thanks murph...Play On! ;-)

I do miss his playing...
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Old 12-12-2006, 06:32 PM
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Stanley has played bass before, I'm just having trouble finding the piece right now! It wasn't a career move or anything it was just a session he did and a good one at that. He's better on the old six string, a genius in fact, but I felt greedy having Joe Satriani, Carlos Santana AND Stanley Jordan all on guitar, but I had to have him somewhere in there.

R
Oh, ok. He did a one time session on bass? I'd be interested in hearing that one. And yes, he was and, I'm sure, still is, genius on the sixer. Just miss hearing him. It's been TOO long.

Yea, Joe, Carlos, and SJ would be an awesome 3-axe jam. That's for sure! Thanks again,
Rossy_j...Play On! ;-)
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Old 07-12-2007, 04:08 PM
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Lead Vocals / Percussion: Maurice White
Lead Vocals / Percussion: Philip Bailey
Backing Vocals / Percussion: Ralph Johnson
Lead Guitar: Johnny Graham
Rhythm Guitar: Al Mckay
Bass: Verdine White
Keyboards: Larry Dunn
Saxophone: Andrew Woolfolk
Saxophone: Don Myrick
Trumpet: Michael Rhamlee Davis
Trumpet: Michael Harris
Trombone: Luis Satterfield
Drums: Fred White
Drums: ME


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Old 07-12-2007, 05:14 PM
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Here's my idea:

Rhthym Guitar/Lead Vocal- Brendan Bayliss
Lead Guitar/Backing Vocals- Jake Cinniger
Bass/No Vocals- Ryan Stasik
Keyboards/Backing Vocals- Joel Cummins
Percussion/Overall prescence- Andy Farag
Drums/Backing Vocals- Kris Myers

Hmmm... sounds kind of familiar, like a band I know...

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Old 07-12-2007, 08:11 PM
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Drums: Brann Dailor (Mastodon)
Bass: Les Claypool (Primus (and 1000000 other bands))
Guitar: Stevie Ray Vaughn (Stevie Ray Vaughn and Double Trouble)
Vocals: Freddie Mercury (Queen)
(He's one of my all time favorites but I don't know what he would sing with these guys. Meh, I like it)
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Old 07-12-2007, 11:02 PM
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Cool thread. I'd have a P-Funk sized band on stage!

Drums - Stanton Moore
Drums - Bill Bruford
Percussion - Domingo Ortiz (Widespread Panic)
Bass - Bootsy Collins
Bass - Geddy Lee (but he gets no mic!)
Guitar + Vocals - Warren Haynes
Guitar - John Scofield
Guitar + Vocals - Jerry Garcia
Keys + Vocals - Bruce Hornsby
Keys - Thelonius Monk
Horns - John Coltrane
Horns - Ornette Coleman
Horns - Charlie Parker
Horns - Wynton, Branford and Delfeayo Marsalis
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Old 07-12-2007, 11:23 PM
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Other then U2...

Here's a cool band:

Drums: Me
Guitar/Vocals: John Mayer
Bass: Pino Palladino
Piano/Vocals: Ray Charles

One day.....
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Old 07-13-2007, 12:02 AM
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well one with my friends would be:

Guitar: Daniyal Hashmi
Guitar: Nadir Ali Khan
Guitar + Vocals: Zaka Bhatty
Bass: Faizan Hashmi
Bass: Taimoor Ahmed
Keyboards: Salik Aleem
Drums: Murtaza Ahmed(myself)

with famous musicians it would be:

Joe Satriani - Guitar
Adrian Smith - Guitar
Janick Gers - Guitar
Bruce Dickinson - Vocals
Dave Matthews - Vocals
Steve Harris - Bass
Victor Vooten - Bass
John Louis Pinto - Drums
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Old 07-13-2007, 12:12 AM
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Bass - Geddy Lee (but he gets no mic!)
Ahahaha... You know the first time I heard Rush on the radio and i didn't know it was Rush I was thoroughly convinced that a woman was singing.
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Old 07-13-2007, 12:34 AM
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Drums - Chad Smith
Percussion - Sola Akingbola
Bass - Les Claypool
Guitar 1 - John Petrucci
Guitar 2 - Steve Vai
Trumpet - Miles Davis
Sax - John Coltrane
Keys/back-up vox - Matt Bellamy
Vocals - Mike Patton
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Old 07-13-2007, 12:37 AM
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I think the perfect band was Queens of The Stone Age, a couple of years ago, when they still played with:

Lead vocals/guitars: Josh Homme
Bass + back. vocs: Nick Oliveri
Drums: Dave 'Backbone' Grohl
2nd guitar: Troy Van Leeuwen
Guest vocals: Mark Lanegan
(Keys: Natasha Schneider)

because it's a fact that it worked, you know the whole thing, these people, as a band. But if I had to select individuals and put them in a band...Hmm let's see, probably:

Lead Vocals: John Garcia (Kyuss)
Back. vox: Layne Staley (AIC)
Drums: Dave Grohl / me
Bass player: tough one: ben kenney, cliff burton, or justin chancellor
Keys: Jon Lord
Rythm guitar: Josh Homme
Lead Guitar: David Gilmour

I wonder how that would turn out.

btw: recently some of Belgiums biggest radiostations and tv-channels organised an election for the ultimate band (so the viewers/listeners could vote for the best: drummer/guitar player/bass player/singer/keyboard player individually) and guess what... all the members of pink floyd were sperately chosen to be respectively the best at their instrument. So pink floyd as ultimate band of all time... kind of a complimen I guess
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Bass-Sid Vicious (Sex Pistols)
Guitar- John5 (Rob zombie, Manson)
Samples- Craig "133"Jones (Slipknot) (thats right, a sample player damnit!)
Drums-Branden Steineckert (The Used, Rancid)
Lead vox- Brandon Saller (Drums: Atreyu)


It would be a pretty crazy band i think. im not normaly into this kinda music but it would rock.
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Old 07-13-2007, 05:58 AM
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This is a hard decision, because I like so much music out there...

Drums: Me... well it is my dream band right?
Guitar: John Frusciante, Thurston Moore, and John Lee Hooker
Bass: Les Claypool
Vocals: Mike Patton and Beth Gibbons
Keys: Trent Reznor and Ellis Marsalis
Turntables: Paul D. Miller (a.k.a. DJ Spooky)
Xylophone: Frank Zappa
Trumpet: Miles Davis


OK, now that I would like to hear.
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Old 07-13-2007, 06:16 AM
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Samples- Craig "133"Jones (Slipknot) (thats right, a sample player damnit!)
I might have to go with ST1TCH from Mushroomhead if I was gonna do that.
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Ahahaha... You know the first time I heard Rush on the radio and i didn't know it was Rush I was thoroughly convinced that a woman was singing.
rofl, my grandma looks like giddy lee no joke if i find a picture of her ill post it
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Old 07-13-2007, 06:43 AM
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rofl, my grandma looks like giddy lee no joke if i find a picture of her ill post it
Please do... This kid at my school also looks freakishly (seriously freakishly) like Geddy Lee except he has short hair and never wears glasses.
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Old 07-16-2007, 01:27 AM
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Plant
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Entwistle
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Old 07-16-2007, 11:37 AM
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Virgil Donati - Drums
Jordan Rudess - Piano
Steve Vai - Guitar
Bon Jovi- singer
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Old 07-16-2007, 01:13 PM
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Drums: Dave Weckl
Bass: Nathan East
Guitar: John Frusciante
Vocals: Phil Collins (also doing drumduets wich Mr. Weckl:)
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Vocals - I'm torn between Amy Winehouse, Brian Molko, Tori Amos, Cedric Bixler Zavala and Steven Wilson (can i have 5 vocalists? A Choir maybe)
Guitar - Omar Rodriguez-Lopez
Guitar - Jim Root
Guitar - John5
Bass - Geddy Lee
Drums - Gavin Harrison
Saxophone - Lars Horntveth
Percussion - Marcel Rodriguez-Lopez
Piano/Synth - Paul Wolinski
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Guitar - Michael Einzeger (Incubus)
Bass - Les Claypool (Primus)
Drums - Danny Carey (Tool)

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