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Russell Allen (Symphony X) - vocals
Tony Banks (Genesis) - keyboards
Eddie Jobson (UK [etc]) - electric violin
Jonas Reingold (Flower Kings) - bass
Andrew Latimer (Camel) - guitar
Simon Phillips (Toto [etc]) - drums

(Not sure what kind of music would come forth from this...)
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote richardh Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 22 2014 at 00:50
Originally posted by prog4evr prog4evr wrote:

Russell Allen (Symphony X) - vocals
Tony Banks (Genesis) - keyboards
Eddie Jobson (UK [etc]) - electric violin
Jonas Reingold (Flower Kings) - bass
Andrew Latimer (Camel) - guitar
Simon Phillips (Toto [etc]) - drums

(Not sure what kind of music would come forth from this...)

basically that is a 'supergroup' which is not what the OP is looking for (and there have been countless threads on the subject already)

Also it was supposed to be more modern musicians although admittedly some have ignored that.Wink
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote addictedtoprog Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 22 2014 at 14:13
Originally posted by richardh richardh wrote:


Originally posted by prog4evr prog4evr wrote:

Russell Allen (Symphony X) - vocalsTony Banks (Genesis) - keyboardsEddie Jobson (UK [etc]) - electric violinJonas Reingold (Flower Kings) - bassAndrew Latimer (Camel) - guitarSimon Phillips (Toto [etc]) - drums(Not sure what kind of music would come forth from this...)


basically that is a 'supergroup' which is not what the OP is looking for (and there have been countless threads on the subject already)
Also it was supposed to be more modern musicians although admittedly some have ignored that.Wink

Exactly!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote JesusisLord Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 22 2014 at 19:23
I have always wondered what a collaboration between Wilson and Morse could sound like. I think that those two are amongst the greatest of "The Modern Era". Both are remarkably talented. Both were raised on classic Prog, both have a great Love and appreciation for the "Classics". Both they are both quite different (Yin Yang, Light and Darkness etc.) A working together might have yielded some remarkable progressive music. The working together between Wilson and Akerfeldt ( Opeth being another one of My favorites) was good but far from great. The previously mention couple of Wilson and Morse might have been epic.
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^ Somehow I can never see that happening. Morse generally makes music that is very positive and full of that 'religious exaltation' he loves while Wilson is all downbeat cynical and melancholic most of the time. I like both a lot but I just can't see it workingWink
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Benny Greb on drums and some lineup of prog dudes. I dunno, like Akerfeldt of Opeth on guitar, Billy Sheehan on bass, Ian Gillian on vocals, Thom Yorke arranging orchestration.


...Zombie Thelonious Monk on keys and Busdriver as MC, lol.


It would be an atonal pastry. lol. so much of what I typed is incompatible. LOL


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Originally posted by richardh richardh wrote:

Originally posted by prog4evr prog4evr wrote:

Russell Allen (Symphony X) - vocals
Tony Banks (Genesis) - keyboards
Eddie Jobson (UK [etc]) - electric violin
Jonas Reingold (Flower Kings) - bass
Andrew Latimer (Camel) - guitar
Simon Phillips (Toto [etc]) - drums

(Not sure what kind of music would come forth from this...)

basically that is a 'supergroup' which is not what the OP is looking for (and there have been countless threads on the subject already)

Also it was supposed to be more modern musicians although admittedly some have ignored that.Wink


richardh is right. I mentioned a super group too. I guess I'd still like to hear Benny Greb in an art-rock sort of context. Like, a guitar-heavy art-rock context. He's one of those drummers that is an orchestra unto himself.
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Klaus Schulze and Richard Barbieri would be nice!
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Originally posted by MustardSea MustardSea wrote:

Klaus Schulze and Richard Barbieri would be nice!


Klaus Schulze?? Modern???
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote HackettFan Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 05 2014 at 17:27
Well, I'm not one in favor of the idea that older musicians can't be modern musicians, if that's the idea, so I'm just going to go ahead and presume they can be if they're currently active and attempting new stuff. In my mind's eye, I would like to see Adrian Belew and Henry Kaiser team up on a regular or semi-regular basis. There are many similarities between them. Both have put out pure solo albums. Both have worked successfully with other accomplished guitarists. Both are experimental. Both like to mess with timbre and with gadgets that mess with their timbre. Yet they have highly contrastive styles. I think they would feed well off of each other.
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