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Posted By: Garrett

Posted On: Mar 19, 2006
Views: 1629
Make sure you vote

Make sure you vote for your faves at the bottom of the page like for example for David Gilmour go to:
http://www.rateitall.com/i-64498-david-gilmour-guitarvocals-for-pink-flo yd.aspx
Also, Entwistle is the greatest bas player of all time but this website only lists living musicians because it is for an actual TV show.
Garrett


Posted By: angelo_richetti

Posted On: Mar 10, 2006
Views: 1464
the super group

eddie van halen lead and rythm guitar.
david gilmore rythm guitar.
alex van halen and keith moon on drums.
john entwisel and geddy lee on bass.
rick wakeman (yes) on key boards.
jim morrison and rodger daltrey












Posted By: Garrett

Posted On: Feb 9, 2006
Views: 1541
Billy Joel

RockRob,
By now, you probably noticed that Billy Joel is under the 2nd lineup at:
http://supergroup.netfirms.com/index2.html
The reason I decided not to put him up against Elton John was that the 2 of them have toured together so much that I thought "that's already been done". I like Stevie Wonder in the USA Supergroup Lineup #1 because he's known as kind of a funk player and so is Flea on bass.
And Lineup #1 does not mean "better than" Lineup #2 - it's really just how the names occurred to me. These lineups are open to change. For example, Billie Joe Armstrong on rhythm guitar, was not originally in Lineup #1 but so many people voted for him that I moved him there, plus I thought he and Dave Grohl would make a good dynamic.
Vote for Billy Joel at the bottom of the page by clicking on his name or go to this URL:
http://www.rateitall.com/i-64483-billy-joel-piano.aspx
Thanks,
Garrett


Posted By: rockrob

Posted On: Feb 7, 2006
Views: 1516
supergroups

The only person missing from these bands is Billy Joel. Not only is he the best piano player in pop/rock music....he is considered one of the greatest virtuosos in music history.


Posted By: aul hompson

Posted On: Nov 26, 2005
Views: 1708
world band

Forget Paulget Klows Vorman & for drums it's got to be Ginger Backer


Posted By: Ananth

Posted On: Aug 3, 2005
Views: 1948
If you think Moon's better than Phil

Well, you obviously haven't heard Brand X, or some of the earlier Genesis. There is a difference between Good drummong and loud drumming. I'm a drummer, and a big "The who" fan. However, IMHO, Collins is a better drummer than Moon.


Posted By: Garrett

Posted On: Jul 25, 2005
Views: 1958
Moon is my all-time favorite but

the whole idea here is for an actual TV show - which means living musicians.


Posted By: HotterThanHell

Posted On: Jul 22, 2005
Views: 1759
Keith Moon

Phil Collins is Bull**** Keith Moon Kicks his ass any day.


Posted By: Chuck Lai

Posted On: Jun 10, 2005
Views: 1559
Macca on bass it's over

You have the intellectual and melodic rock bassist ever,Macca, plus probably also being the the greatest pop song writer alive today, how could you go wron?. Lets not forget Clapton on lead guitar,Elton on piano's. It's over USA your best and most original thing is Elvis, and the rest is just commercialised crap since the 80's, barring some great bands like Nirvana, Limp Bizkit, No Doubt, and the Chilli Peppers, the rest is just not that ground breaking.


Posted By: Mike McNicholas

Posted On: Feb 25, 2005
Views: 1943
Get your votes in

holyroller,
make sure you get your votes in at:
http://www.rateitall.com/t-8933-best-heavy-metal-supergroup-worldwide.as px


Posted By: rogo

Posted On: Feb 24, 2005
Views: 1909
New stuff

I've been not here for about a month and had PC problems too, so there's my excuse. :)

Anyways, i'm liking the new 80's VS 90's thing. Especially chioces like Flea, Tom Morello and Steve Harris. Good list.


Posted By: holyroller

Posted On: Feb 11, 2005
Views: 1799
band thingy

I would have to go

Rest OF World
Angus Young (lead)
Malcom YOung (rhythm)
Aynsley Dunbar (drums)
Steve Harris (bass)
Ozzy (vocals)

have 2 think about North but in there somewhere would be Ed Van Halen


Posted By: rogo

Posted On: Jan 13, 2005
Views: 1669
Sparklit

Nice one there. I have posted a fair bit on that voting page, giving opinions on prog musicians who no-one else likes. :) That's my job.


Posted By: Mike McNicholas

Posted On: Jan 13, 2005
Views: 1633
80's vs 90's

The TV program idea that Garrett Jennings and I have registered and have a copyright and are trying to get produced is on the website at:
http://supergroup.netfirms.com
There is a link on the bottom of the sparklit voting page, but I guess you didn't see that.
On digital dreamdoor, I usually post as Mike McNicholas. I don't post that often - usually I just say things along the lines of: Townshend, Daltrey, Moon and Enwhistle should be ranked higher in certain categories. (I'm a big Who fan)
So, on the supergroup website, I will be adding a 4th lineup of 80's vs 90's.


Posted By: rogo

Posted On: Jan 12, 2005
Views: 1621
Stuff

Oh, don't get me wrong, i love early Metallica, but have a general dislike for Hetfield (and mostly Ulrich) beacuse of what they're turning the band into today. Dave Mustaine on the other hand, is a more talented songwriter and guitarsit, but a worse singer and is less well known then Hetfield, so i guess he's out. We'll have to stick with your list then and elimanate keys (there are none really in Grunge); what's there is good.

And i knew nothing of a TV programme? Could you explain...? :) And Mike, on DigitalDreamDoor do you post frequently as "Mikey", or is that someone else?


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