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    Posted: May 15 2013 at 00:15

Peter Hammill - Vocals and Piano/Godbluff-era clavinet

Geddy Lee - Bass and Backing Vocals

Bill Bruford - Drums and Percussion

Robert Fripp - Guitar and Soundscapes

Tony Banks - Keys

David Jackson - Saxes and Flute

David Cross - Violin

Mikael Akerfeldt - Guitar and Backing Vocals (Harsh and Clean)

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I had this lineup in mind when I sort of created a concept album.

Steven Wilson - vocals, guitar
Mikael Akerfeldt - lead guitar, clean & harsh vocals
Steven O'Malley & Greg Anderson aka Sunn O))) - drone guitar/bass, soundscapes
Richard D. James aka Aphex Twin - electronics, synths, soundscapes
Adam Holzman - keyboards
Al Cisneros (Sleep, Om) - bass
Simone Simons & Kate Bush - Female vocals
 Nick Beggs - Chapman stick, bass
Gavin Harrison - drums
Theo Travis - woodwinds


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I consider drone metal to be progressive...
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My "2 is better than 1" all-star prog band...

Robert Fripp - guitar, John McLaughlin - guitar
Keith Emerson - Hammond organ, Hugh Banton - church organ
Christian Decamps - French vocals, Peter Hammill - English vocals
Paul McCartney - lead bass, John Wetton - fuzz bass
Tony Banks - lead synthesizer, Richard Pinhaus - sequencer synthesizer
Bill Bruford - lead drums, Ed Mann - percussion
Pete Sinfield - lead vocal lyricist, Keith Reid - backup vocal lyricist

Phil Collins - sit at the back quietly and don't sing or play a note.


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How about

Brendan Perry - vocals, timpani
Thorstein Lofthus - drums
Karsten Vogel - sax, clarinet, flute
Reine Fiske - guitar
Edgar Froese - mellotron, farfisa organ
Percy Jones - bass
Franco Battiato - VCS3, vocals, piano
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Peter Gabriel - Vocals, Bass Drum, Costumes
Steve Hackett - Guitars
Mike Rutherford - Bass, Guitars
Tony Banks - Keyboards, Mellotron
Phil Collins - Drums, Vocals
Geddy Lee - Bass, Keyboards, Vocals
Alex Lifeson - Guitars, Comedy Skits
Neil Peart - Drums, Percussion
 

   

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For the Akerfeldt!
Mikael Akerfeldt for fans of Opeth who don't like his growls (and generally the growls): If they don't like it then they are pussies.

Extreme prog metal rules!!!
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John Wetton- Rhythm Bass/Vocals
Mariusz Duda- Lead Bass
Mikael Akerfeldt- Guitar/ Vocals
Robert Fripp- Guitar
Peter Bardens- Keyboards
Elton Dean- Saxophone
Christian Vander- Drums/Awesome Face Making
Dagmar Krause-Vocals


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Keith Emerson - Drums
Keith Moon - Lead Guitar
Miles Davis - Recorder
Mother Teresa of Calcutta - Vocals
Yoko Ono - backing vocals
Paul McCartney - Washboard
Peter Gabriel - Trumpet
Sid Vicious - Bass
Robert Plant - Horn
 
 
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Elton John - keybord, hammond, mellotrons & vocals
Sting - bass, up-righ bass, frettless, & vocals
Phil Collins - drums, percurssion, african congas, drum loops, & vocals ( he have just to grow a new spine)
Andrew Latimer - guitar, flute & vocals
Richard Barbieri - keybord texture
Ian McDonald - sax, flute, and keybord (if needed)
Jean-Luc Ponty - Violin, el-violin (he have worked with Elton before)
 
 
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Originally posted by giselle giselle wrote:

All lists like this are purely subjective. Even then, itís difficult to choose and almost discriminate against fine musicians. But Iím not just choosing the individuals, Iím trying to find a balance for the band. So some of the choices are made on that basis, not because the individual is better than the other candidates, but because I believe him to be better for this band.

The candidates are as follows:-

 

Vocalist

1)      Peter Gabriel (Genesis; Solo) Positives: Charismatic; Writer; Intense; good sound. Negatives: A good actor rather than singer, limited range.

2)      David Coverdale (Deep Purple; Whitesnake) Positives: Powerful; melodic; good sound. Negatives: Lacks some depth of expression; can be superficial and unaware of colour.

3)      Paul Rogers (Free; Bad Company; Queen) Positives: Great blues singer; good musical understanding. Negatives: Rather limited in focus and range of expression; poor writer.

4)      Freddie Mercury (Queen) Positives: Charismatic; Powerful; Melodic; Writer; excellent voice; brilliant crowd control. Negatives: Inclined to camp and overstatement; too smooth; too fascinated by styles of the past to write well.

My Choice: Peter Gabriel. Although relatively-poor as a singer next to the others, his sense of drama and colour and mood would, in my opinion, give a sharper focus, direction, and would be an excellent spokesman for the music the band tried to portray.

 

Guitarist

1)      Robert Fripp (King Crimson) Positives: Outstanding musician; intricate and intelligent; musically very articulate. Negatives: Inclined towards the esoteric; shunning powerplay; a danger of disappearing up his own passages.

2)      Brian May (Queen) Positives: Virtuoso technique; brilliant use of tone and sound; lovely construction of segments. Negatives: Inclined towards set play rather than improvisation; rather formulaic in approach.

3)      Lindsey Buckingham (Fleetwood Mac)Positives: Capable of almost any style and technique; writer; vocalist. Negatives: Inclined to want to do things his way without band input. An eccentricity that seeks the superficial at times; an obstinacy that can bring negative input to the band.

4)      Steve Howe (Yes) Positives: Excellent technique; complete command of the instrument; virtuoso passages of play. Negatives: A detachment from the music at times; a tendency to play for complexity rather than feeling; an alarming unawareness at times.

My Choice: Lindsey Buckingham. His all-round ability and technical excellence swung my vote ahead of the others, who are all marvellous in their sphere. But Lindsey would, to me, provide a springboard for almost anything the band cared to do.

 

Bassist

1)      Greg Lake (King Crimson; ELP) Positives: A solid band force; Writer; vocalist. Negatives: Superficiality; disinterest in anything but his own contribution.

2)      Jack Bruce (Cream) Positives: The greatest modern-era bass player; confident, solid; Writer; vocalist. Negatives: A rather sloppy sound at times, unchanging, one kind of approach.

3)      John McVie (Fleetwood Mac)Positives: The most melodic and inventive of players; thoughtful, tuneful. Negatives: Not the greatest technician by any means.

4)      Chris Squires (Yes) Positives: A solid force and grounding; plays like a lead guitar. Negatives: Plays like a lead guitar; not always sympathetic to the needs of the band; the treble sound he uses, though individual, can sometimes fail to give enough bottom to the band.

My Choice: John McVie. Though perhaps the weakest of the four technically, John has a range of melodic structures that are compositions in themselves, and this would bring something different to the table, especially suited to this band.

 

Drummer

1)      Carl Palmer (ELP) Positives: Powerful; the full range of technique; showman. Negatives: Some mid-range playing missing; something of an exhibition drum clinic drummer; would he notice if the rest of the band left the stage?

2)      Michael Giles (King Crimson)Positives: Cunning; expressive; subtle; dynamic. Negatives: Not a powerhouse; a particular kind of drummer.

3)      Roger Taylor (Queen) Positives: Solid and dependable; Writer; musical; extremely capable. Negatives: Perhaps not always inventive enough; lacks blues; leans towards pop before prog.

4)      Bill Bruford (Yes) Positives: Has the full range of technique and capability; unusually subtle for a powerful drummer. Negatives: Guilty of detachment from the music; at times a pure drum clinic drummer, part of the drummerís union rather than the musicianís.

My Choice: Roger Taylor. Rogerís all round capability and reliability decided this vote. It was a close call for me between Roger and Michael Giles. Michael only lost out because he was almost too suited to the melodic and dramatic feel given by Peter and John. I felt that adding Michael would have made the band too one-dimensional, whereas Roger can give those melodies and colour some certainty.

 

Keyboardist

1)      Rick Wright (Pink Floyd) Positives: A remarkable pedigree and range of sounds; a good band player. Negatives: Not a virtuoso or even first division in technique.

2)      Keith Emerson (The Nice; ELP) Positives: First-class technique; greatest showman; interested and very capable in new sounds. Negatives: Inclined to bombast and jamming; better at set pieces than improvisation.

3)      Billy Ritchie (Clouds) Positives: The most dynamic; carries a band on his own; Writer; vocalist. Negatives: somewhat power mad ,inclined to try and be the band; not a great soloist; not at all adapted to synths or adept at using them.

4)      Rick Wakeman (Yes) Positives: The best technique of any famous modern player; the best range of sounds and alternative keyboards. Negatives: Inclined to use the band as a doodling pad; uses one hand rather too often.

My Choice: Rick Wakeman. No real agonies here at all. It has to be Rick because of his authority over many keyboards and sounds, allied to his virtuoso technique. We donít need a showman like Emerson (who would be second choice, also an excellent technician) or a one-man-band like Ritchie (with a sound and power that would knock walls down Ė weíre planning to be more subtle and interesting than that).  We donít need Rick (Wright) to supply the colour on his own either. Hopefully the band as a whole will do that.

 

Other

1)      Ian McDonald Ė Sax/flute/vibraphone/keyboards/guitar (King Crimson) No other comparative choices available; Ian adds a special extra texture.

 

THE BAND

 

PETER GABRIEL (vocals)

LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM (guitar)

JOHN McVIE (bass)

ROGER TAYLOR (drums)

RICK WAKEMAN (keyboards)

IAN McDONALD (sax/flute/vibraphone/keyboards/guitar)

X  (the missing 7th member)

 

Iíll leave you to guess what kind of music this band would produce (while I think about it myself!).


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I'd say someone like Neal Morse who can play a variety of things would be a good 7th member, especially because that hard rock/symph sound is what this band is leaning towards.
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Peter Hammill - Vocalist
Kerry Minnear - Keyboards/Cello/Vibes
Ray Shulman - Bass/Violin
Miles Davis - Trumpet
John Mclaughlin - Guitar
Bil Bruford - Drums
Bruce Fowler - Trombone
Jimmy Hastings - Flute, Saxes, Clarinets

Ultimate Jazz/Prog band.
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All lists like this are purely subjective. Even then, itís difficult to choose and almost discriminate against fine musicians. But Iím not just choosing the individuals, Iím trying to find a balance for the band. So some of the choices are made on that basis, not because the individual is better than the other candidates, but because I believe him to be better for this band.

The candidates are as follows:-

 

Vocalist

1)      Peter Gabriel (Genesis; Solo) Positives: Charismatic; Writer; Intense; good sound. Negatives: A good actor rather than singer, limited range.

2)      David Coverdale (Deep Purple; Whitesnake) Positives: Powerful; melodic; good sound. Negatives: Lacks some depth of expression; can be superficial and unaware of colour.

3)      Paul Rogers (Free; Bad Company; Queen) Positives: Great blues singer; good musical understanding. Negatives: Rather limited in focus and range of expression; poor writer.

4)      Freddie Mercury (Queen) Positives: Charismatic; Powerful; Melodic; Writer; excellent voice; brilliant crowd control. Negatives: Inclined to camp and overstatement; too smooth; too fascinated by styles of the past to write well.

My Choice: Peter Gabriel. Although relatively-poor as a singer next to the others, his sense of drama and colour and mood would, in my opinion, give a sharper focus, direction, and would be an excellent spokesman for the music the band tried to portray.

 

Guitarist

1)      Robert Fripp (King Crimson) Positives: Outstanding musician; intricate and intelligent; musically very articulate. Negatives: Inclined towards the esoteric; shunning powerplay; a danger of disappearing up his own passages.

2)      Brian May (Queen) Positives: Virtuoso technique; brilliant use of tone and sound; lovely construction of segments. Negatives: Inclined towards set play rather than improvisation; rather formulaic in approach.

3)      Lindsey Buckingham (Fleetwood Mac)Positives: Capable of almost any style and technique; writer; vocalist. Negatives: Inclined to want to do things his way without band input. An eccentricity that seeks the superficial at times; an obstinacy that can bring negative input to the band.

4)      Steve Howe (Yes) Positives: Excellent technique; complete command of the instrument; virtuoso passages of play. Negatives: A detachment from the music at times; a tendency to play for complexity rather than feeling; an alarming unawareness at times.

My Choice: Lindsey Buckingham. His all-round ability and technical excellence swung my vote ahead of the others, who are all marvellous in their sphere. But Lindsey would, to me, provide a springboard for almost anything the band cared to do.

 

Bassist

1)      Greg Lake (King Crimson; ELP) Positives: A solid band force; Writer; vocalist. Negatives: Superficiality; disinterest in anything but his own contribution.

2)      Jack Bruce (Cream) Positives: The greatest modern-era bass player; confident, solid; Writer; vocalist. Negatives: A rather sloppy sound at times, unchanging, one kind of approach.

3)      John McVie (Fleetwood Mac)Positives: The most melodic and inventive of players; thoughtful, tuneful. Negatives: Not the greatest technician by any means.

4)      Chris Squires (Yes) Positives: A solid force and grounding; plays like a lead guitar. Negatives: Plays like a lead guitar; not always sympathetic to the needs of the band; the treble sound he uses, though individual, can sometimes fail to give enough bottom to the band.

My Choice: John McVie. Though perhaps the weakest of the four technically, John has a range of melodic structures that are compositions in themselves, and this would bring something different to the table, especially suited to this band.

 

Drummer

1)      Carl Palmer (ELP) Positives: Powerful; the full range of technique; showman. Negatives: Some mid-range playing missing; something of an exhibition drum clinic drummer; would he notice if the rest of the band left the stage?

2)      Michael Giles (King Crimson)Positives: Cunning; expressive; subtle; dynamic. Negatives: Not a powerhouse; a particular kind of drummer.

3)      Roger Taylor (Queen) Positives: Solid and dependable; Writer; musical; extremely capable. Negatives: Perhaps not always inventive enough; lacks blues; leans towards pop before prog.

4)      Bill Bruford (Yes) Positives: Has the full range of technique and capability; unusually subtle for a powerful drummer. Negatives: Guilty of detachment from the music; at times a pure drum clinic drummer, part of the drummerís union rather than the musicianís.

My Choice: Roger Taylor. Rogerís all round capability and reliability decided this vote. It was a close call for me between Roger and Michael Giles. Michael only lost out because he was almost too suited to the melodic and dramatic feel given by Peter and John. I felt that adding Michael would have made the band too one-dimensional, whereas Roger can give those melodies and colour some certainty.

 

Keyboardist

1)      Rick Wright (Pink Floyd) Positives: A remarkable pedigree and range of sounds; a good band player. Negatives: Not a virtuoso or even first division in technique.

2)      Keith Emerson (The Nice; ELP) Positives: First-class technique; greatest showman; interested and very capable in new sounds. Negatives: Inclined to bombast and jamming; better at set pieces than improvisation.

3)      Billy Ritchie (Clouds) Positives: The most dynamic; carries a band on his own; Writer; vocalist. Negatives: somewhat power mad ,inclined to try and be the band; not a great soloist; not at all adapted to synths or adept at using them.

4)      Rick Wakeman (Yes) Positives: The best technique of any famous modern player; the best range of sounds and alternative keyboards. Negatives: Inclined to use the band as a doodling pad; uses one hand rather too often.

My Choice: Rick Wakeman. No real agonies here at all. It has to be Rick because of his authority over many keyboards and sounds, allied to his virtuoso technique. We donít need a showman like Emerson (who would be second choice, also an excellent technician) or a one-man-band like Ritchie (with a sound and power that would knock walls down Ė weíre planning to be more subtle and interesting than that).  We donít need Rick (Wright) to supply the colour on his own either. Hopefully the band as a whole will do that.

 

Other

1)      Ian McDonald Ė Sax/flute/vibraphone/keyboards/guitar (King Crimson) No other comparative choices available; Ian adds a special extra texture.

 

THE BAND

 

PETER GABRIEL (vocals)

LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM (guitar)

JOHN McVIE (bass)

ROGER TAYLOR (drums)

RICK WAKEMAN (keyboards)

IAN McDONALD (sax/flute/vibraphone/keyboards/guitar)

X  (the missing 7th member)

 

Iíll leave you to guess what kind of music this band would produce (while I think about it myself!).

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Originally posted by The Dark Elf The Dark Elf wrote:

How about a folk-prog orchestra?
 
Ian Anderson - flute, acoustic guitar, saxophone, mandocello, mandolin
Richard Thompson - acoustic guitar
Peter Knight - violin, viola
David Swarbick - violin, mandolin
David Cross - violin, viola
Sandy Denny, Annie Haslam and Maddy Prior - vocals
Ian McDonald - flute, clarinet, saxophone
Dave Pegg - acoustic bass, mandolin
Eddie Jobson - keyboard, violin
Barriemore Barlow - percussion
Jamie Muir - percussion
David Palmer - orchestral arrangements, keyboards

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How about a folk-prog orchestra?
 
Ian Anderson - flute, acoustic guitar, saxophone, mandocello, mandolin
Richard Thompson - acoustic guitar
Peter Knight - violin, viola
David Swarbick - violin, mandolin
David Cross - violin, viola
Sandy Denny, Annie Haslam and Maddy Prior - vocals
Ian McDonald - flute, clarinet, saxophone
Dave Pegg - acoustic bass, mandolin
Eddie Jobson - keyboard, violin
Barriemore Barlow - percussion
Jamie Muir - percussion
David Palmer - orchestral arrangements, keyboards

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Robert Fripp: guitar
Steve Hackett: guitar
Tony Levin: bass
Tony Banks: keyboards
Hugh Banton: keyboards
Peter Hammill: vocals
Ian Anderson : flute
Bill Brufford: drums
David Jackson: saxophones

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Originally posted by yanch yanch wrote:

Peter Gabriel-Vocals and piano
Ian Anderson-Vocals (from before his throat issues), flute, Acoustic Guitars, sax
Steve Hackett-electric guitars
Chris Squire-bass and backing vocals
Tony Levin-stick
Bill Bruford-drums and percussion
Kerry Minear-Keyboards and backing vocals
Symphonic with some eclectic and folk for good measure.†Smile



Great Dream Band !!!
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Daniel Gildenlow - Vocals
Mikael Akerfeldt - Vocals
John Petrucci - Guitar
Marty Friedman - Guitar
John Myung - Bass
Rikard Sjoblom - Keyboard
Franz Liszt - Piano
Virgil Donati - Drums


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Originally posted by topographicbroadways topographicbroadways wrote:

Phil Collins - Drums/Vocals/Piano/Percussion
Brian Eno - Backing
Phil Collins? maybe for a dream pop band
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Phil Collins - Drums/Vocals/Piano/Percussion
Brian Eno - Backing
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Steve Rothery-Lead guitar
Pete Townshend-Rythm guitar
Chris Squire-Bass guitar
Bill Bruford-Drums
Tony Banks-Synths
Peter Gabriel-Vocals
Robby Steinhardt-Violin
Mike Oldfield-Celtic string instruments
Mel Collins-Wind instruments
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