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The Zone's Fantasy Band

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 6:49 am
by Seppuku
Pretty self-explanatory title, eh?

OK, so that's that, go have a party, grace this thread with your genius so that one day it will be bronzed for all future forumers to see.








Wait, that's not a good enough intro for you?

Well, it's been a long day, but I'll try. Who'd be in your ideal band? That's drummer, bassist, guitarist, singer etc. etc (don't go overboard eh, there can only be one Polyphonic Spree). And then when you've done that, give the imaginary group a name.

Here's mine:

On drums we have the inimitable (that IS a compliment right?) John Bonham.

On the keyboards we have Herbie Hancock.

On bass we have Jah Wobble (formerly of Public Image Ltd.)

On guitar we have Curtis Mayfield (he's a surprisingly good picker).

And then, branching-out from his usual scene, we have Smokey Robinson capping this super-group with an unhealthy dollop of honeyed vocals.

I dub this group The Everyband.

Now you go...

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 6:58 am
by Keepcoolbutcare
what happened to your first band?

anyway...

Pedal Steel Guitar - Robert Randolph

Keys / Synths - Bernie Worrell

Vocals - Howlin' Wolf

Bass - Claypool

Drums - Dave Grohl

DJ - Shadow

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 7:05 am
by Seppuku
Keepcoolbutcare wrote:what happened to your first band?

anyway...

Pedal Steel Guitar - Robert Randolph

Keys / Synths - Bernie Worrell

Vocals - Howlin' Wolf

Bass - Claypool

Drums - Dave Grohl

DJ - Shadow


KCBC that would be one freaky as hell group, but I'd go see them ten times. You've gotta come up with a name for 'em though, otherwise it's no fun.

(Oh and I deleted the thread by accident. I'm just glad I've not got Mod-Power, I'd probably accidentally delete one of the forums, or unwittingly B4N Cpt Kirk. Hmm...).

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 7:10 am
by Flumm
Do I get a T shirt or something for trying to post on the original thread?

"The Everyband" Original Tour 06, or something?

"Original Everyman"

No?

Man, you guys changed...


Ahem. Anyway, I been thinking about it for over 10 mintes now, and I already feel like I need commiting to a music-less wing of Bellview.

So many choices, so many ways to turn...

I think I'm gonna let my brain cool to a reasonable temperature and take another crack at it later...



Genius thread, Sepp.

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 7:12 am
by TonyWilson
Drums - Brant Bjork

Keyboards - Wolfgang Flúr/Ray Manzarek rotation

Guitar - Johnny Marr

Vocals - Nusrat Fateh Ali Kahn

Bass - Kim Deal/Holger Czukay rotation

DJ - Zinc

Electronic Noodler - Johnny Greenwood


I have no idea what they'd sound like but I like to think they'd have decidely groove filled tracks with a nice jazz/rock fusion (yes, I said fusion, I'm not ashamed)

Oh and I'd call them The Sludgy Urban Funk Generators

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 7:22 am
by Keepcoolbutcare
seppukudkurosawa wrote:You've gotta come up with a name for 'em though, otherwise it's no fun.


you know how your not supposed to take the Lords name in vain?
how some folks won't type out G*D?
remember the end of IJandLastCrusade?

they need no name, for they are every name, and no-name...

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 7:23 am
by Keepcoolbutcare
TonyWilson wrote:Drums - Brant Bjork

Keyboards - Wolfgang Flúr/Ray Manzarek rotation

Guitar - Johnny Marr

Vocals - Nusrat Fateh Ali Kahn

Bass - Kim Deal/Holger Czukay rotation

DJ - Zinc

Electronic Noodler - Johnny Greenwood

Oh and I'd call them The Sludgy Urban Funk Generators


what's this rotation shite?

and I'm now no longer the most pretentious asshat on this forum :lol:.

they can open for my boys anyday tho'

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 7:43 am
by TonyWilson
Keepcoolbutcare wrote:
TonyWilson wrote:D rums - Brant Bjork

Keyboards - Wolfgang Flúr/Ray Manzarek rotation

Guitar - Johnny Marr

Vocals - Nusrat Fateh Ali Kahn

Bass - Kim Deal/Holger Czukay rotation

DJ - Zinc

Electronic Noodler - Johnny Greenwood

Oh and I'd call them The Sludgy Urban Funk Generators


what's this rotation shite?

and I'm now no longer the most pretentious asshat on this forum :lol:.

they can open for my boys anyday tho'



Hehehehe, I thought using the word "noodler" were nullify any accusations of pretension over my choices. And I can't choose between Manzarek or Flur....you try, it's dead hard :cry: :roll: :wink:
I wanted heavy rock, sweet jazz and austere inhuman funk all at once....

Oh yeh, now I understand the pretentious label :D
And you can be the one to tell Johnny Marr they aren't the headliners, muahahahahahaha.

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 7:57 am
by tapehead
dj :rjd2
atmos/attitude :rick rubin
guitar :jon spencer (not vocals)
guitar : Graham Coxon (not vocals)
bass :lemmy
drums :puffy bordin
voals : yours truly.... or mark lanegan, probably mark lanegan
mc :chris


rock hip hop terrorists, their raison detre is to be a good hip hop rock and roll crossover act :'the pretentious asshats'

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 8:08 am
by Shane
Drums - Igor Cavalera
Guitar - John Christ
Bass - Jerry Only
Vocals - Ice T

I want to see what comes out of that.

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 8:21 am
by vicious_bastard
Guitar - Omar Rodriguez-Lopez
Bass - Flea
Vocals - Bjork
Keys - 'Keyboard' Money Mark
Drums - Clyde 'funky drummer' Stubblefield
Bongos - Ronaldinho

Backed up by Mixmaster Mike on the decks and Kevin Shields as head 'noodler'. What the hell, I'll chuck Rahzel on stage as well. And some chicks in cages. And a gospel choir, actually a bikini-clad choir IN cages.

If only.

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 9:00 am
by magicmonkey
Violin - Russell Senior
Vocals - Neil Young
Vocals / Lyricist - Gruff Rhys
Guitar - Richard Hawley
Tamborine and Harmonica - Bob Dylan
DJ - Josh Wink
Bez - Syd Barrett
Drums - Animal

The tunes would be folky prog rock that all melt into techno by at least song end. They'd go by the moniker of Buffalo Bacon and would have their own late night sitcom on Channel 4.

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 10:02 am
by ZombieZoneSolutions
guitar: Glenn Branca

another guitar: Lee Renaldo

and another: Thurston Moore

tape manipulation, electronics, and found sound: Jim Thirwell and Blixa Bargeld

turntables: Christian Marklay (for noise and sound collaging, not 'beats'
per se -- thats what iPods are for; yesm, you heard me, the arte of the
DJ is and has been dead for years; hip hop turntablism was bad ass
about 10 years ago. Now? just ass, sans bad; but thats probably just me
being a curmudgeonly musick snob again...)

bass: Phil Lesh (after reprogramming -- so much talent wasted on hippie
flowerchild shit; he needs to get with the atonal, not so much the
rainbow)

drums: John French (of Captain Beefheart's Magic Band), Yoshimi P-We
(of BOREDOMS), Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann (of the Dead, who, like
Lesh, would need to go through a rigorous deprogramming regimin in
order to cleanse their minds of the hippie and get in touch with their inner
avantgarde artpunk noiseangels...)

vocals: (varies from song to song) Captain Beefheart, David Bowie, Eye
Yamataka (sp?), Bjork, and Yoshimi P-We again...

Also, please to be including the entire SUN RA ARKESTRA for space is the
place, yo...

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 11:08 am
by Vegeta
There are some good picks already, here's mine:

Guitar: Omar Rodriguez-Lopez
Bass: Flea
Vocals: Mike Patton
Drums: Dave Grohl

I will likely add more members shortly, but I think it's a nice start...

Band name(s): Spastic Universe -or- Experimental Cheese

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 11:19 am
by doglips
I'm going for the ultimate girl group, not sure how this lot would get on whilst on the tour bus, but the music would be interesting.


Roland TR-909 - Drums

Helen Marnie - Korg MS 2000B & Backing Vocals

Melissa Auf Der Maur - bass & backing Vocals

Polly Jean Harvey - guitar & vocals

Neko Case - guitar & vocals

Martina Topley-Bird - vocals

Bjork - Manager, producer & backing vocals

The guitars would take a back seat in production with Marnie giving a steely electronic edge to the music, vocals at the fore front, Bjork would steer her super group into unchartered melodic territories.

Their name? The Rosary Peas.

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 11:32 am
by HollywoodBabylon
Drums: Buddy Rich/Keith Moon

Bass Guitar: Holger Czukay/Barry Adamson

Lead Guitars: Jimi Hendrix/Jimmy Page

Keyboard: Brian Eno/Florian Schneider

Percussion: Evelyn Glennie

Vocals(guest appearances): Bjork/Beefheart/Bowie/ John Lydon/Marvin Gaye/Morrissey/Nina Simone/James Brown

Harmonica: Larry Adler

Backing Vocals: The Polyphonic Spree

And special guest appearance (as ZZS suggested) Sun Ra and his Arkestra (beamed in from the Planet Saturn, of course).

DJ set: DJ Shadow

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 11:36 am
by ThisIsTheGirl
Keepcoolbutcare wrote:what happened to your first band?

anyway...

Pedal Steel Guitar - Robert Randolph

Keys / Synths - Bernie Worrell

Vocals - Howlin' Wolf

Bass - Claypool

Drums - Dave Grohl

DJ - Shadow


I would pay good money to see this band. Awesome choices, KC - although I have to salute the name "The Rosary Peas" - genius name Dog!

PS - I'm going to see the Foo Fighters in Hyde Park this Saturday, supported by the Queens of the Stone Age! :P

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 11:37 am
by AtomicHyperbole
I was hoping for some Zoner band...

Like...

John Locke on Drums
KCBC on bass
DennisMM on guitars
Iconny on Vocals

And MasterWhedon for the lightshow.

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 11:38 am
by magicmonkey
HollywoodBabylon wrote:Percussion: Evelyn Glennie



That would rock. I'd go for Patrick Moore myself tho... I bet that dude could join in on the whiskey drinkage front too, everyone would know when he'd had enough - his monocle would fall out. :lol:

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 11:59 am
by The Vicar
Percussion - Jamie Muir ( from King Crimsom's Lark's Tongue in Aspic )
Drums - Carl Palmer or Phil Collins

( Phil Collins? Listen to some of the early Peter Gabriel era Genesis...Collins was a master drummer)

Bass - Tony Levin/Michael Rutherford

(Levins is a certified madman on the bass, and Rutherford is the most elegant bassist alive)

Guitars - Steven Hackett

Keyboards - Keith Emerson/the late Vincent Crane

( In the late 1960s/early 1970s there were really only two keyboardists - three if you count Ken Hensley of Uriah Heep - that rocked the UK... Emerson & Crane of Arthur Brown/Atomic Rooster.)

Devices/ambiance - Robert Fripp & Brian Eno

Vocals/lyrics - Peter Gabriel/Kate Bush

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 12:47 pm
by HollywoodBabylon
magicmonkey wrote:[quote="HollywoodBabylon" ]
Percussion: Evelyn Glennie



That would rock. I'd go for Patrick Moore myself tho... I bet that dude could join in on the whiskey drinkage front too, everyone would know when he'd had enough - his monocle would fall out. :lol:[/quote]

Imagine Evelyn and Patrick together! Battle of the Spheres!

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 12:56 pm
by magicmonkey
HollywoodBabylon wrote:
magicmonkey wrote:
HollywoodBabylon wrote:Percussion: Evelyn Glennie



That would rock. I'd go for Patrick Moore myself tho... I bet that dude could join in on the whiskey drinkage front too, everyone would know when he'd had enough - his monocle would fall out. :lol:


Imagine Evelyn and Patrick together! Battle of the Spheres!


I darst not thinketh. To think of those too "jamming" together. Oooog. :shock:

Seriously, we need a xylophone revival. The last Xylophone I heard was on the Latest Fall album, "Heads will roll", the track "Pacifying Joint", I think. Good record too.

Edit: Um, it was either the fall or the violent femmes... :?

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 1:40 pm
by Kilgore
The Vicar wrote:Percussion - Jamie Muir ( from King Crimsom's Lark's Tongue in Aspic )
Drums - Carl Palmer or Phil Collins

( Phil Collins? Listen to some of the early Peter Gabriel era Genesis...Collins was a master drummer)

Bass - Tony Levin/Michael Rutherford

(Levins is a certified madman on the bass, and Rutherford is the most elegant bassist alive)

Guitars - Steven Hackett

Keyboards - Keith Emerson/the late Vincent Crane

( In the late 1960s/early 1970s there were really only two keyboardists - three if you count Ken Hensley of Uriah Heep - that rocked the UK... Emerson & Crane of Arthur Brown/Atomic Rooster.)

Devices/ambiance - Robert Fripp & Brian Eno

Vocals/lyrics - Peter Gabriel/Kate Bush


So would the culmination of this prog-rock superband result in one three-disc song?

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 2:02 pm
by The Vicar
Kilgore wrote:
The Vicar wrote:Percussion - Jamie Muir ( from King Crimsom's Lark's Tongue in Aspic )
Drums - Carl Palmer or Phil Collins

( Phil Collins? Listen to some of the early Peter Gabriel era Genesis...Collins was a master drummer)

Bass - Tony Levin/Michael Rutherford

(Levins is a certified madman on the bass, and Rutherford is the most elegant bassist alive)

Guitars - Steven Hackett

Keyboards - Keith Emerson/the late Vincent Crane

( In the late 1960s/early 1970s there were really only two keyboardists - three if you count Ken Hensley of Uriah Heep - that rocked the UK... Emerson & Crane of Arthur Brown/Atomic Rooster.)

Devices/ambiance - Robert Fripp & Brian Eno

Vocals/lyrics - Peter Gabriel/Kate Bush


So would the culmination of this prog-rock superband result in one three-disc song?


You saw that coming a mile away, didn't you? :wink:

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 2:08 pm
by Lurker Johnson
AtomicHyperbole wrote:I was hoping for some Zoner band...

Like...

John Locke on Drums
KCBC on bass
DennisMM on guitars
Iconny on Vocals

And MasterWhedon for the lightshow.


I was thinking the same thing! Except I would have added <b>unikrunk</b> on piano. Cause he's fruity like that.

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 2:10 pm
by Brocktune
ok, great thread. it took me some time, and was incredibly tough. basically, i made two different bands. take your pick of whichever one you like best. the names preceding the forward slash are one band, and the folks following the slash are the other. with the exception of the bass and the horns, as they will play in both bands

guitar - andy gill & steve bartek / junior brown & dean ween

keys - barry andrews / hiizumi masayuki

vocals - david yow / dan hicks & stevie wonder (alternating)

drums - yuko araki / kevin o'donnel

dj - moOog / young einstein

sax - maceo parker & john whooley

trambane - jimbo mathus

trumpet - "king" joe oliver

bass - trevor dunn

the first band i would call "trial by fire"

the second "stickygreen"

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 2:11 pm
by MasterWhedon
AtomicHyperbole wrote:I was hoping for some Zoner band...

That's what I was thinking.

AtomicHyperbole wrote:And MasterWhedon for the lightshow.

...and fook yeah.

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 2:13 pm
by MasterWhedon
I want a vocal trio of Bono, Michael Stipe and Natalie Merchant.

The rest is whatever. Get those three voices together, and magic will happen.

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 2:14 pm
by unikrunk
Lurker Johnson wrote:
AtomicHyperbole wrote:I was hoping for some Zoner band...

Like...

John Locke on Drums
KCBC on bass
DennisMM on guitars
Iconny on Vocals

And MasterWhedon for the lightshow.


I was thinking the same thing! Except I would have added <b>unikrunk</b> on piano. Cause he's fruity like that.


Perfect, and Lurker can play the Meat Flute.

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 3:16 pm
by The Vicar
That leaves Kirk on the organ.


And its not a Hammond.

If you know what I mean......

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 3:54 pm
by unikrunk
@Vic

...I do

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 4:33 pm
by The Vicar
So should anyone who's got over 50 posts.
Experience is the best teacher, I've heard.


I do know who we need on cowbell.
You know it too.

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 6:29 pm
by doglips
Brocktune wrote:ok, great thread. it took me some time, and was incredibly tough. basically, i made two different bands. take your pick of whichever one you like best. the names preceding the forward slash are one band, and the folks following the slash are the other. with the exception of the bass and the horns, as they will play in both bands

guitar - andy gill & steve bartek / junior brown & dean ween

keys - barry andrews / hiizumi masayuki

vocals - david yow / dan hicks & stevie wonder (alternating)

drums - yuko araki / kevin o'donnel

dj - moOog / young einstein

sax - maceo parker & john whooley

trambane - jimbo mathus

trumpet - "king" joe oliver

bass - trevor dunn

the first band i would call "trial by fire"

the second "stickygreen"


What no Patton?

Great bands Brock, for the fact that I know only 3 of the names involved and will have to spend a night googling and investigating them all - new input! Yay! Who should I investigate first?

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 6:41 pm
by Brocktune
thedoglippedone wrote:
Brocktune wrote:ok , great thread. it took me some time, and was incredibly tough. basically, i made two different bands. take your pick of whichever one you like best. the names preceding the forward slash are one band, and the folks following the slash are the other. with the exception of the bass and the horns, as they will play in both bands

guitar - andy gill & steve bartek / junior brown & dean ween

keys - barry andrews / hiizumi masayuki

vocals - david yow / dan hicks & stevie wonder (alternating)

drums - yuko araki / kevin o'donnel

dj - moOog / young einstein

sax - maceo parker & john whooley

trambane - jimbo mathus

trumpet - "king" joe oliver

bass - trevor dunn

the first band i would call "trial by fire"

the second "stickygreen"


What no Patton?

Great bands Brock, for the fact that I know only 3 of the names involved and will have to spend a night googling and investigating them all - new input! Yay! Who should I investigate first?



hahaha. patton would have been too easy. and in addition, i kept him out, because i think he would put too much of his stamp on things, if you know what i mean. like by having him, all the other players would be reduced to bit parts in a "patton project", which is something i would like to avoid if possible.

as far as googling, start with maceo parker, then trevor dunn, then kevin o'donnel (andrew bird's bowl of fire). if you still have time after that, check out junior brown!

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 6:48 pm
by doglips
Brocktune wrote:
thedoglippedone wrote:
Brocktune wrote:ok , great thread. it took me some time, and was incredibly tough. basically, i made two different bands. take your pick of whichever one you like best. the names preceding the forward slash are one band, and the folks following the slash are the other. with the exception of the bass and the horns, as they will play in both bands

guitar - andy gill & steve bartek / junior brown & dean ween

keys - barry andrews / hiizumi masayuki

vocals - david yow / dan hicks & stevie wonder (alternating)

drums - yuko araki / kevin o'donnel

dj - moOog / young einstein

sax - maceo parker & john whooley

trambane - jimbo mathus

trumpet - "king" joe oliver

bass - trevor dunn

the first band i would call "trial by fire"

the second "stickygreen"


What no Patton?

Great bands Brock, for the fact that I know only 3 of the names involved and will have to spend a night googling and investigating them all - new input! Yay! Who should I investigate first?



hahaha. patton would have been too easy. and in addition, i kept him out, because i think he would put too much of his stamp on things, if you know what i mean. like by having him, all the other players would be reduced to bit parts in a "patton project", which is something i would like to avoid if possible.

as far as googling, start with maceo parker, then trevor dunn, then kevin o'donnel (andrew bird's bowl of fire). if you still have time after that, check out junior brown!


Thanks for the tips Brock.

The mix of connotations coming from the juxtaposition of your AV and Sig is frankly bewildering - good work sir!

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 6:56 pm
by Brocktune
heh heh yeah.

elvis christ.

i stole that from a buddy. it totally cracked me up.

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 6:58 pm
by doglips
Brocktune wrote:heh heh yeah.

elvis christ.

i stole that from a buddy. it totally cracked me up.


It's ace, the fact that you are a Vanilla Whore only adds to the mix :D

PostPosted: Sun Jun 18, 2006 12:50 pm
by minstrel
I came up with two bands, one sorta rootsy/folky and the other sorta hard loud prog rock.

Rootsy band:

Vocals: Sandy Denny and Bob Seger (need both male and female voices)
Electric guitar: Mark Knopfler
Acoustic Guitar: Gerry O’Beirne
Bass: Mike Rutherford
Drums/Vocals: Levon Helm
Keyboards/horns: Garth Hudson

I’m glad someone else pointed out just how elegant a bassist Rutherford is. He’s a wonderful musician. Sandy Denny is the best singer who ever lived. Bob Seger is amazingly effective as a singer, especially on ballads. If you’ve never heard Gerry O’Beirne, you have a real treat ahead of you. Levon and Garth should need no introduction.

Heavy prog band:

Vocals: Roger Daltrey
Guitar 1: Carlos Santana
Guitar 2: Steve Howe
Bass: John Entwistle
Keyboards: Rick Wakeman
Drums: Butch Trucks and Jaimoe Johanson

There was a time when Roger Daltrey possessed the mightiest voice in rock, as well as a fantastic sense of drama. Carlos Santana is one of the most distinctive lead guitarists ever. Steve Howe can do just about anything with a variety of guitars, including pedal steel from outer space. John Entwistle was the most overpoweringly awesome bassist in history. Rick Wakeman needs no introduction. And the drummers from the Allman Brothers Band create a fantastic, propulsive, wash of jazzy-rocky sound that I find intoxicating. Why don’t more bands use two drummers?

PostPosted: Sun Jun 18, 2006 1:30 pm
by Retardo_Montalban
Lead Guitar - Paco De Lucia
Rhythm Guitar - ME (That's right I want to be a part of this)
Bass - Bootsy Collins
Drums - Maureen Tucker
Vocals - Screamin' Jay Hawkins
Lyricist - Joe Strummer

We're gonna call ourselves Retardo and the River Side Ramblers. We'll each take turns in impregnating Maureen, until we've created a next gen super band.

PostPosted: Sun Jun 18, 2006 1:34 pm
by Seppuku
Fantasy Band mark II:-


Singer/Songwriter: Billy Bragg
Backing Singers: Minnie Riperton, Manu Chao, Green Gartside (Scritti Politti)
Violin: John Cale
Guitar: Steve Severin
Drums: Buddy Rich
Bass: Gaye Advert
Producer: DJ Muggs (Cypress Hill)
Hip-Hop Duties: Roots Manuva.

Called: Greta Garbo's Bastard Love-Children

PostPosted: Fri Jun 23, 2006 7:08 am
by DrillerKiller
Here goes muffin...

Vocals/Tenor Sax - Napoleon Murphy Brock
Sax - John Zorn
Trumpet - Dave Douglas
Bass - Trevor Dunn
Rhythm guitar - Eddie Hazel
Lead guitar - Steve Howe
Drums - Tim 'Herb' Alexander
Keyboards/Flute/Backing Vocals - Thijs van Leer
Theremin - EYE Yamataka
Violin - Sugarcane Harris
Throat singing (why the furk not?)- Congar ol'Ondar
Xylophone - Ruth Underwood

I would dub them 'Illegally Parked Frogs'. I'd like to have them managed by Mike Patton, even though it's not necessarily his style. Yet.

PostPosted: Fri Jun 23, 2006 7:18 am
by sleepflower
Bass - Chris Wolstenholme
Guitar/Vox - Trent Reznor
Guitar/Vox - James Dean Bradfield
Guitar - Noel Gallagher
Drums - Sigur Ros' Drummer
Piano/Keyboard - Air
Backing Vocals would be by Beck and Bjork.
Any othe rinstrument - Adem

The band name. Grace.

PostPosted: Fri Jun 23, 2006 7:21 am
by The Vicar
Drums - Tony Williams
Percussion - Morris Pert
Bass - Tony Levin
Keyboards/violin - Eddie Jobson
Guitar - Robin Trower
Guitar - Robert Fripp
Sax - Dick Perry

PostPosted: Fri Jun 23, 2006 7:26 am
by DrillerKiller
Fair play Vicar, you always provide me with apt fuel for a music hunt!

I wonder what Levin does with himself lately? He fell under my radar after ThraK somehow.

PostPosted: Fri Jun 23, 2006 7:40 am
by The Vicar
Good to see you again, Driller.

Levin is still touring & recording with the Tony Levin Band.
They're playing in Pennsylvania this weekend, in point of fact.
He has a website tonylevin.com.
Its good.

I would hate to think of a man with his skills just sitting around.

Carry on brother.

PostPosted: Mon Jun 26, 2006 11:43 pm
by Iconoclastica
unikrunk wrote:
Lurker Johnson wrote:
AtomicHyperbole wrote:I was hoping for some Zoner band...

Like...

John Locke on Drums
KCBC on bass
DennisMM on guitars
Iconny on Vocals

And MasterWhedon for the lightshow.


I was thinking the same thing! Except I would have added <b>unikrunk</b> on piano. Cause he's fruity like that.


Perfect, and Lurker can play the Meat Flute.



hahaha just saw this . . . damn, that would be the most awesome set of misfits . . . what would it be, sort of punk band, rock, acoustic, or folkie? . . . either way, "Phantom Zoners" would make a damn fine name for a band if the rights aren't unattainable :wink:

PostPosted: Mon Jun 26, 2006 11:56 pm
by ONeillSG1
Here's the super-group that will own us all:

Drums- Alex Van Halen
Bass- Scott Ian
Rhythm Guitar-James Heitfield
Lead Guitar-Jimmy Page
Vocals- Steven Tyler
Piano/Synth/Organ- Ray Manzarek

Name: Clusterf*** of Sound

PostPosted: Tue Jun 27, 2006 1:55 am
by MiltonWaddams
Surprised nobody has mentioned Josh Freese.

Drums - Josh Freese (Vandals, a million other bands)
Vocals-Guitar - Matthew Bellamy (Muse)
Bass - Jesse Buglione (Lagwagon, good but understated bass)

For hip hop..

Mf Doom and Gza with Stoupe and Dangermouse doing beats would shake the earth to it's core.

PostPosted: Wed Jul 12, 2006 12:35 pm
by The Vicar
Iconoclastica wrote:
unikrunk wrote:[quot e="Lurker Johnson"]
AtomicHyperbole wrote:I was hoping for some Zoner band...

Like...

John Locke on Drums
KCBC on bass
DennisMM on guitars
Iconny on Vocals

And MasterWhedon for the lightshow.


I was thinking the same thing! Except I would have added <b>unikrunk</b> on piano. Cause he's fruity like that.


Perfect, and Lurker can play the Meat Flute.



hahaha just saw this . . . damn, that would be the most awesome set of misfits . . . what would it be, sort of punk band, rock, acoustic, or folkie? . . . either way, "Phantom Zoners" would make a damn fine name for a band if the rights aren't unattainable :wink:[/quote]

Well then, sod it. Let's put together our own true Zoners Band.

I can write lyrics, some tunes and mangle guitar, keyboards & bass if need be.
Sing some too.
How about the rest of you simple f#cks?
Step up and be counted, if you be not all miscreant...

PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 12:11 pm
by EWS
My Group:

Drums

Zack Starkey - Oasis

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Son of the famous Ringo Starr, the guy is just a legend on drums. He makes it seem so effortless whilst retaining the ultimate in drumming beats. Has played with Oasis (where I believe he is still their drummer) and was also on tour with The Who. Being the son of one of the most famous drummers in the world is hard enough, but actually being a drummer and making it in his own way is just as tough. He walks into my line-up.

Bass

OX - Lordi

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How could I make a supergroup and not include someone from Lordi? The guy is an awesome bassist, and what makes it even harder is the full gear that he wears while playing. Just listen to the bass riffs, sit back and smile. Truely great. Ever tried playing a Bass with pyrotechnics attached to it?

Rhythm Guitar

Johnny Cash - Johnny Cash and the Tennesee Two/Three.

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This was actually a rather difficult one for me because there are so many great guitarists that could have fitted here. Bit I chose Mr Cash because he is a Rhythm Guitarist. Look up the chords and listen to the songs and you will see that Johnny didn't play the little riffs, he just backed them up. Luther Perkins played the main riffs, the solos and such on his song, and it was backed up with the song Luther Played the Boogie. Johnny was a great guitarist, and probably the greatest Rock and Roll Country star there has ever been.

Lead Guitar

Zack Wilde - Ozzy Osbourne and Black Label Society

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I have had the supreme pleasure of seeing Zack in concert before and he has to go down as one of the greatest guitarists I have ever seen. I mean, he can play ripping solos with his teeth, and behind his back as well - though not at the same time. He has so much energy and passion, it's just brilliant.

To be honest, this was the hardest one, there are so many guitarists here that would fit so well. Slash, Eric Clapton, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, Roy Orbison, Paul McCartney, Any of the guitarists from Iron Maiden, Jools Holland, Paul Weller, Pete Townshend. All absolutly amazing guitarists, but I think Zack Pips it just for the awesomeness of playing a guitar solo with your teeth...just fantastic.

Vocals

[i]Jón Þór “Jónsiâ€