Finally: Now that you have your Super Band it's time to name it.

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    Ogre Battle

    Freddie Merucy
    Jeff Beck
    Jimi Hendrix
    John Lennon
    John Enthwhistle
    Carl Palmer
    Keith Emerson

    I need a keyboard player.
     
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    I have a few of these:

    The Stolen Bones
    Excommunicator
    The Chumps
    Red-Headed Mongols

    or, my fave:

    That Tearing Sound
     
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    Cap'n Geech and the Shrimp Shack Shooters

    The Flaming Moes

    Avarice and Greed

    Luca Brasi
     
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    The New Originals
     
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    Games without Frontiers.

    Either that or Purple Floyd.

    Can't I have a keyboard player ?

    I don't recall the thread asking for one.

    I think I'd add Jerry Harrison as he can sing, play second guitar and do keyboards.

    So my group is :

    Ritchie Blackmore -lead guitar
    Jack Bruce - bass
    Cozy Powell- Drums
    Jerry Harrison- keyboards
    Kevin Dubrow- vocals.

    Keeping in mind that too many dynamic personalites may cause inner strife and arguing , I intentionally picked some players who are not going to clash but will work well together. Even two "dynamic" personalities can cause an untimely breakup ( think Pink Floyd or the Beatles).

    While I like jesseyeric's band based on talent, I feel that the "too many cooks" theory applies. Hendrix, Beck, Emerson and Lennon is just way too much writing talent in one group. While the thought of a one time concert with these is fascinating, I think they would clash dramatically.

    No offense , I am just using this as a way of explaining why I chose a few "lesser lights" among my band. I could easily be dead wrong.




     
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    The line up:

    Freddie Murcury (lead vocals)
    Jimmy Page (lead guitar)
    Pete Townshend (guitar/vocals)
    Geddy Lee (bass/vocals)
    Carter Beauford (drums)

    I'll probably come back and edit the name but for now I'll go with:
     
    Freddie and the Hallers

    Even though my drummer is not in the RRHOF yet, something tells me he will. Plus this is fantasy.

    "Now yesterday and today our theater's been jammed with newspapermen and hundreds of photographers from all over the nation, and these veterans agreed with me that the city never has the excitement stirred by this super group from England, who call themselves Freddie and the Hallers. Now tonight, you're gonna twice be entertained by them. Right now, and again in the second half of our show. Ladies and gentlemen, Freddie and the Hallers. Let's bring them on."

    Oh ya, and I have Ed Sullivan introduce them.

     
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    In Response to Re: Finally: Now that you have your Super Band it's time to name it.:
    [QUOTE]Cap'n Geech and the Shrimp Shack Shooters The Flaming Moes Avarice and Greed Luca Brasi
    Posted by jkjband[/QUOTE]
    I think Luca Brasi's best song was: "Don't mess with the Family".
     
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    Super Band


    ...


     
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    i have always wanted to name a band Dry Bones... it's the name of the skeleton koopa bad guys in the castles in the super mario bros games

    david gilmour - vox/lead guitar
    Paul McCartney - vox/bass/piano
    John Lennon - vox/rhythm
    keith moon - drums

     its all about the three part harmonies

     
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    "Crock Pot"


    Joe Cocker (Vocals)
    Keith Richards (Rhythm Guitar)
    Paul Kossoff (Lead Guitar)
    John Entwistle (Bass)
    Billy Preston (Keyboards)
    Keith Moon (Drums)

    Rita Coolidge (Backing Vocals/Tambourine)
    Marcy Levy (Backing Vocals/Maracas)



     
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    I've gotta go with
    Ray Charles - Piano and Vocals
    Brian Setzer - Guitar
    Berry Oakley - Bass
    Mark O'Connor - Fiddle and Mandolin
    Albert Lee - Guitar
    Willie Hall - Drums
    Aretha - Vocals
    I'd probably add a horn section too. You might not have ever heard of Willie Hall, but he was the backbone of the Muscle Shoals rhythm section, the house band for Stax/Volt records. If I couldn't get these guys I'd go with jessey's band. I think I'd call them The Champs, or is that already taken?
     
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    Had to go to the county dump a while back to drop off some stuff. And on one of the big dumpsters it had the words CITIZEN DROPOFF. I thought, what a cool name for a band.

    So ladies and gentlemen ... CITIZEN DROPOFF!!!

    (Oh, and it was Neil Peart on drums, John Entwistle on base, The Edge on lead guitar, and Bruce Springsteen on lead vocal/rhythm guitar).
     
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    Society's Fault
     
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    The Normals:  "Weird Al" Yankovic, Frank Zappa, Tiny Tim and David Byrne.  Seriously, I wonder if all that non-confomity could co-exist all in one band?  Its beyond me.  I'm not saying any of them have or had big egos (some of them are Rest In Peace).  Maybe they could find a way "to make things work out".
     
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    Flying Frozen Dog P00, or would that be a better name for an album? 

    It came to me as I was using my snow blower to clear a path for my dogs in the backyard.
     
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    In Response to Re: Finally: Now that you have your Super Band it's time to name it.:
    [QUOTE]Flying Frozen Dog P00, or would that be a better name for an album?  It came to me as I was using my snow blower to clear a path for my dogs in the backyard.
    Posted by DirtyWaterLover[/QUOTE]Wasn't that a Frank Zappa album?
     

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