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Hoof Hearted 27 Nov 15 10.42am

Quote nickgusset at 27 Nov 2015 10.28am

Vocals Ian Curtis, John Martyn and Sam Cooke
Guitars Jimi Hendrix, Django Rheinhardt, Johnny Winters and Gary Moore
Bass Sid Vicious Charles Mingus
Keys Ray Manzarec and Thelonius Monk
Drums Keith Moon and Keith Relf
Horn section Miles Davis, John Coltrane and Charlie Parker


You could add Rico Rodriguez (trombone) to that horn section nick.

 

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nickgusset Flag Shizzlehurst 27 Nov 15 11.23am

Quote Hoof Hearted at 27 Nov 2015 10.42am

Quote nickgusset at 27 Nov 2015 10.28am

Vocals Ian Curtis, John Martyn and Sam Cooke
Guitars Jimi Hendrix, Django Rheinhardt, Johnny Winters and Gary Moore
Bass Sid Vicious Charles Mingus
Keys Ray Manzarec and Thelonius Monk
Drums Keith Moon and Keith Relf
Horn section Miles Davis, John Coltrane and Charlie Parker


You could add Rico Rodriguez (trombone) to that horn section nick.


Good call.

 

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jamiemartin721 Flag Reading 27 Nov 15 12.06pm

Quote Hoof Hearted at 27 Nov 2015 10.00am

Quote jamiemartin721 at 27 Nov 2015 9.39am


Vocals - Karen Carpenter or Janis Joplin
Lead Guitar - Jimi Hendrix
Rhythm Guitar - Robert Johnson
Bass - Cliff Burton
Drums - A drum machine because drummers are always c**ts.

Synths and digital sounds - Leon Theramin and Tadao Kikumoto (who technically is only dead in that no one knows who he is, but he invented the 303 Synth)

Producer - Martin Hamment (although I'd consider murdering Steve Albini if that's an option).

Although f**k only knows what my band would sound like.

Edited by jamiemartin721 (27 Nov 2015 9.40am)


Karen Carpenter or Janis Joplin jamie?

Karen's voice and drumming is too girly girly.

Leave the drums to the machine and go for Janis' raunchy vocals!

I'm thinking I'll have a couple of vocalists, so I can switch for style. Janis for the belters, Karen for the sweeter songs.

If I have to have a drummer I'll go with John Bonham until Moe Tucker dies.

 


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Quote jamiemartin721 at 27 Nov 2015 12.06pm

Quote Hoof Hearted at 27 Nov 2015 10.00am

Quote jamiemartin721 at 27 Nov 2015 9.39am


Vocals - Karen Carpenter or Janis Joplin
Lead Guitar - Jimi Hendrix
Rhythm Guitar - Robert Johnson
Bass - Cliff Burton
Drums - A drum machine because drummers are always c**ts.

Synths and digital sounds - Leon Theramin and Tadao Kikumoto (who technically is only dead in that no one knows who he is, but he invented the 303 Synth)

Producer - Martin Hamment (although I'd consider murdering Steve Albini if that's an option).

Although f**k only knows what my band would sound like.

Edited by jamiemartin721 (27 Nov 2015 9.40am)


Karen Carpenter or Janis Joplin jamie?

Karen's voice and drumming is too girly girly.

Leave the drums to the machine and go for Janis' raunchy vocals!

I'm thinking I'll have a couple of vocalists, so I can switch for style. Janis for the belters, Karen for the sweeter songs.

If I have to have a drummer I'll go with John Bonham until Moe Tucker dies.


How about Doktor Avalanche? Technically a drummer that isn't alive

Which was actually your point now I've read back...

Edited by Part Time James (27 Nov 2015 12.08pm)

 




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Keith Moon (The Who) Drums
Jack Bruce (Cream) Bass
Richard Wright (Pink Floyd) Keyboards
Adrian Borland (The Sound) Guitars/Vocals
Rory Gallagher (Taste) Guitar/Sax/Vocals

 


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