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    Posted: April 24 2011 at 20:27
Originally posted by andyman1125

Inspired by the "Top 5 Prog Bass Players," here's a bass-heavy supergroup

Chris Squire - Lead Bass
Geddy Lee - Bass, Vocals, Keys
John Myung - Bass
Jaco Pastorius - Bass
Tony Levin - Bass, Chapman Stick, vocals
Tomas Haake - Drums (With lots of bass drum)
Tosin Abasi - 8-sting guitar
Tom Abbs - Tuba
Mikael Akerfeldt - Growls, guitar
 
The first song they should play is Spinal Tap's "Big Bottom".
 
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Toby Driver - All instruments, vocals and composition.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote let prog reign Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 24 2011 at 21:13
Originally posted by Mushroom Sword

John Petrucci - Guitar
Omar Rodriguez Lopez - Guitar
Frank Zappa - Guitar
John Fruciante - Guitar
Tosin Abasi - Guitar
Pat Skeffington - Guitar
Travis Levrier - Guitar
Tymon Kruidenier - Guitar
Michel Nienhuis - Guitar
Robin Zielhorst - Bass
Tony Levin - Bass
Mike Portnoy - Drums
Thomas Pridgen - Drums

So, pretty much, just DT, TMV, Cynic, and Scale the Summit combined!

They would have some amazing amazing jams. Very loud and obnoxious... Fun!

Frank Zappa could direct them!
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Ok lets see what I can come up with...

Frank Zappa-guitar
Carlos Santana-guitar
Chris Squire-bass
Bill Bruford-drums
Tony Banks-Keyboards
David Jackson- Saxophone, Flute
Jean Luc Ponty- violin

The only one im not very sure about in this is Banks

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Originally posted by CCVP

LOL, the egos. . . .
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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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Phil Collins - Drums/Vocals/Piano/Percussion
Brian Eno - Backing
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Originally posted by topographicbroadways

Phil Collins - Drums/Vocals/Piano/Percussion
Brian Eno - Backing
Phil Collins? maybe for a dream pop 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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Post Options Post Options   Quote Heathcliffe Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 26 2011 at 03:15
Originally posted by yanch

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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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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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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Post Options Post Options   Quote yanch Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 27 2011 at 16:18
Originally posted by The Dark Elf

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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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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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

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Originally posted by giselle

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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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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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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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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