Rock n Roll Hall of Fame  

DeeInNeed78 42F
469 posts
11/28/2020 7:08 am
Rock n Roll Hall of Fame


Tell would be the members of your dream band?

's the front person, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, a Jagger or a Springsteen or a Sinatra - Keith Richards and Dave Gilmour on guitar perhaps or a Jimi Hendrix or a Prince, - a Billy Joel playing the piano or Elton John - Phil Collins or Ringo on drums...do you have someone on the sax or trumpet... perhaps a Charlie Parker gets in ?

So many options...let me know makes up your dream band?

DeeInNeed78 42F
342 posts
11/28/2020 7:17 am

So who makes your dream band?


AdamWonder 43M  
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11/28/2020 7:51 am

Phil Collins ... at the core of music it’s ultimately the beat and the count . You can never do without it.
I love the drums... two reasons ... 1) they are rhythmic ... predictable but then surprising ... and 2) women drummers are damn sexy !


DeeInNeed78 replies on 11/28/2020 8:02 am:
It's certainly In the Air Tonight

hippiechick1967 53F
12345 posts
11/28/2020 7:53 am

I like Blackberry Smoke - I'd do almost all the members of that band!

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DeeInNeed78 replies on 11/28/2020 8:03 am:
Blackberry Smoke hmmm I'm not familiar with them...musically or intimately

author51 58F
107949 posts
11/28/2020 8:27 am

Mine is Jon Bon Jovi on vocals, either Angus Young, Slash, Eddie Van Halen or Alex Lifeson from Rush for lead guitar, Getty Lee from Rush on bass..and Neil Peart ( my rock drumming God) from Rush on drums..Good post....

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DeeInNeed78 replies on 11/28/2020 9:23 am:
Plenty of Rock n Roll there

author51 58F
107949 posts
11/28/2020 8:29 am

    Quoting AdamWonder:
    Phil Collins ... at the core of music it’s ultimately the beat and the count . You can never do without it.
    I love the drums... two reasons ... 1) they are rhythmic ... predictable but then surprising ... and 2) women drummers are damn sexy !
I concur we women drummers are sexy...lol. Like Phil Collins but Neil Peart from Rush is a Rock Drumming God and Legend no other drummer can come close too..lol. The music is all about the beat first.

You can never have enough JOY in your life..

MAKE ME MOANDAY THE ONE WHO MAKES HER YEARN


rockman582014 64M

11/28/2020 8:36 am

You have to have ME in that band, I have met some of them, been friends with one of them and interviewed most of them. I would be backing vocals and Lyricist.
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DeeInNeed78 replies on 11/28/2020 9:24 am:
What's your vocals like...sweet and soulful or deep and dirty?

redrockrascal 62M
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11/28/2020 8:37 am

do you have someone on the sax Jr Walker or the guy from the Classics IV

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DeeInNeed78 replies on 11/28/2020 9:25 am:
Gotta have a sax in there.

lindoboy100 58M
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11/28/2020 11:29 am

Not my genre McDeen, but I'd probably have Elvis singing, and Jimi H on lead guitar........strange mix that would have been.

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DeeInNeed78 replies on 11/29/2020 4:25 am:
Hmmm my choice I need to ponder that...

allgud69xxx 47M
360 posts
11/28/2020 10:04 pm

Oh, sure, ask a question I don’t have a short answer to? LOL

Out front, you could have the ridiculous baritone of Barrence Whitfield, the what-was-that of Zappa, or the little-bit-crazy-ness of Nina Hagen?

Guitar? Aw, man ... how do you choose - King, King, SRV, Knopfler, Clapton, Wray, Lifeson, Gilmour, Butler, James, Hendrix, Waters, Waters, Robillard, Buchanan, Anderson and so many others. But, for sheer genre versatility I’d choose Danny Gatton.

On drums ... wouldn’t Tommy Lee be the most appropriate, for a discussion on this website? Choosing between Krupa, Rich and Peart? You’re right! All 3 it is!

I never complain about a horn section (or “blow job”, as I’ve been known to refer to it as, which is probably why I like jump blues. It doesn’t even take much, as the two-piece horn section Colin James had at a live show added so much dimension.

In terms of actual happenings, a live performance of Hey Joe by Jeff Healey and Lenny Kravitz (vocals only). or maybe Lindsay Buckingham’s “modern” solo version of I Go Insane rate waaaaay up there.

Unfortunately, there are far too many R.I.P.s in there. I always wonder what Hendrix jammin’ with SRV would have sounded like ...

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DeeInNeed78 replies on 11/29/2020 4:27 am:
Great response...Lindsay Buckingham singing You Can Go Your Own Way live is fantastic

allgud69xxx 47M
360 posts
11/28/2020 10:13 pm

    Quoting author51:
    I concur we women drummers are sexy...lol. Like Phil Collins but Neil Peart from Rush is a Rock Drumming God and Legend no other drummer can come close too..lol. The music is all about the beat first.
Yes ... yes, they are sexy. Phil has a Tyson air-drum solo to his credit. And the number of people l’ve come across who have Peart’s ‘94 solo?!? But only Buddy Rich had a drum battle with Animal ... so ... winner, winner? A-n-I-m-a-l. LOL I try to channel him when I’m fooling’ around on my kit? But, yeah, Neil is the winner.

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XHamburgDave 77M  
10462 posts
12/5/2020 7:17 am

Tough question Dee, so many wonderful musicians to choose from!!

My choice for Drummer, the Gorilla from the Cadburys Dairy Milk advert


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DeeInNeed78 replies on 12/5/2020 9:15 am:
Lol love the gorilla

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