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  posted on 3/9/2004 at 08:41 AM
Title says it all. The only rule is that none of the players have to have played with the others in a band full-time. Jamming is okay.

My first proposal-
Guitar: Jimmy Herring
Bass/Vocals: Les Claypool
Drums: Matt Abts

Jimmy's played with Matt, Matt's played with Les, but I'm pretty sure the three have never played together. I think it'd sound something like Primus, but Jimmy is a more versatile and (if possible) stranger player than Larry Lalonde. Tim Alexander is an excellent drummer, but so is Matt and he brings something different to the table. Fewer toms, so there'd be more room for Jimmy, and I think Matt is the more powerful drummer.

 

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  posted on 3/9/2004 at 08:43 AM
Man, this could turn into an expansive thread. I have a gazillion favorite bass players and drummers. Same with guitarists.

 

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  posted on 3/9/2004 at 09:03 AM




Warren Haynes - Lead Guitar and Vocals
Glenn Hughes - Bass and Vocals
Jason Bonham - Drums

Warren and Glenn would trade off on Vocals, while Jason pounded those skins.

 

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  posted on 3/9/2004 at 09:04 AM
I don't think any of these are power trios, but I'd love to hear them play...

Trey Anastasio
Tony Levin
Jeff Sipe

Pat Martino
Oteil Burbridge
Yonrico Scott

Jimmy Herring
Chris Squire
Jon Fishman

Marc Ribot
Rob Wasserman
Cyro Baptista

Vernon Reid
George Porter, Jr.
Matt Abts

 

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  posted on 3/9/2004 at 09:16 AM


Robert Fripp - Guitar
Les Claypool - Bass and Vocals
Neil Peart - Drums

 

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  posted on 3/9/2004 at 09:31 AM
Jimmy Herring
Chris Squire
(Someone who knows more about percussion than I should fill in this spot . . . Maybe the dude from the Jimi Hendrix Experience . . . Mitch Mitchell? Was that his name?)

 

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  posted on 3/9/2004 at 10:11 AM
Here's one to consider,

Drums - John Molo
Keys/Vocals - Steve Winwood
Guitar - Carlos Santana

Look - no bass player!

 
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  posted on 3/9/2004 at 10:29 AM
Warren Haynes...gtr
Jack Bruce....bass
Dennis Cotton ...drums (from Savoy Brown)

 

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  posted on 3/9/2004 at 10:59 AM
I saw George Porter and Brian Stoltz of the Funky Meters play a gig with a drummer named James Renato (sp?) that was the best trio I have ever seen. It may sound heretical to fans of the original Mule, but it's true. I don't know where they have been hiding this Renato guy, he is one of the greatest drummers I have ever seen!

For pure fantasy, how about this?

Carlos Santana--Guitar
Oteil Burbridge--Bass
Russell Batiste--Drums


 
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  posted on 3/9/2004 at 11:07 AM
Rory Gallagher
Jack Bruce
Cozy Powell

This trio is gonna be LOUD, & super aggressive. Gallagher & Bruce have been in trios before..... plus, they can both sing & write songs with major hooks, which is always a plus. Would want a heavy hitter, & Cozy definitely would fit the bill.

I think this line up has more potential than Taste, WBL, or BLT.

 

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  posted on 3/9/2004 at 11:26 AM
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Warren Haynes - Lead Guitar and Vocals
Glenn Hughes - Bass and Vocals
Jason Bonham - Drums

Warren and Glenn would trade off on Vocals, while Jason pounded those skins.
Did Glenn play bass for Styx for a while?

 

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Rory Gallagher
Jack Bruce
Cozy Powell

This trio is gonna be LOUD, & super aggressive. Gallagher & Bruce have been in trios before..... plus, they can both sing & write songs with major hooks, which is always a plus. Would want a heavy hitter, & Cozy definitely would fit the bill.

I think this line up has more potential than Taste, WBL, or BLT.


I saw cozy once before he passed away...definitely no lack of power there, that's for sure. Heavy hitter is an understatement.

Interesting trivia: Did you know his real name was Colin Powell?

 

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Warren Haynes - Lead Guitar and Vocals
Glenn Hughes - Bass and Vocals
Jason Bonham - Drums

Warren and Glenn would trade off on Vocals, while Jason pounded those skins.
Did Glenn play bass for Styx for a while?


BigDave..I'm gonna pretend you did not ask that..

Just kidding !

Glenn was with the Original Trapeze..singing great songs like "Medusa", "Black Cloud", "You are the music, were just the Band".

Later on he was with Deep Purple on "Burn", "Stormbringer" and "Come Taste The Band".

He still is a very good Bass Player..but to me..he has the greatest voice ever..he can sing with more passion and feeling than anyone I ever heard...he can play some great Funk or he can belt out some very strong Metal vocals.

I feel that he has never gotten the credit he deserves..his voice now..is as strong as ever and over the past 14 years he has done some excellent solo stuff.....

and no..he never played with Styx..although he has the voice to do some of the stuff they do.

I always enjoy any chance I get to push his name "out there"

I'm gonna add to this thread..he music resume..which shows how much his voice has been in demand...over the years.

He got "straight" back in the early 90's...after years of horrendus drug problems..which almost left him "blackballed" in the music world. It got to where folks were scrared to work with him..even though he's got a voice that is well respected.

He and Tommy Bolin were best friends.......

Sorry got a little carried away !

Kenny

SOLO

Play Me Out (1977)
L.A. Blues Authority Volume II: Glenn Hughes - Blues (1992)
From Now On... (1994)
Burning Japan Live (1994)
Play Me Out (Special Edition) (1995)
- reissue with four bonus tracks
Feel (1995)
Addiction (1996)
Greatest Hits: The Voice Of Rock (1996) (compilation)
Talk About It (single) (1997)
- includes previously unreleased live and acoustic versions of some tracks
The God Of Voice: Best Of Glenn Hughes (1998) (compilation)
The Way It Is (1999)
From The Archives Volume I - Incense & Peaches (2000)
Return Of Crystal Karma (2000)
A Soulful Christmas (2000)
Building the Machine (2001)
Different Stages - The Best of Glenn Hughes (2002)
Songs In The Key Of Rock (2003)

AS A MEMBER OF BANDS

Finders Keepers - Sadie, The Cleaning Lady (single) (1968)

Trapeze - Trapeze (1969)
Trapeze - Medusa (1971)
Trapeze - You Are The Music... We're Just The Band (1972)
Trapeze - (Featuring Glenn Hughes) The Final Swing (1974) (compilation)
Trapeze - Trapeze (1975)
Trapeze - Way Back To The Bone (1986) (compilation)
Trapeze - High Flyers: The Best Of Trapeze (1995) (compilation)
Trapeze - Live: Way Back To The Bone (1998)
Trapeze - Welcome To The Real World - Live 1992 (1998)

Deep Purple - Burn (1974)
Deep Purple - Live In London (1974)
Deep Purple - Stormbringer (1974)
Deep Purple - Made In Europe (1975)
Deep Purple - Come Taste The Band (1975)
Deep Purple - Last Concert In Japan (1976)
Deep Purple - Singles A's & B's (1993)
Deep Purple - On The Wings Of A Russian Foxbat: Live In California 1976 (1995)
Deep Purple - California Jamming: Live 1974 (1996)
Deep Purple - Mk. III: The Final Concerts (1996)
Deep Purple - Days May Come And Days May Go, The California Rehearsals, June 1975 (2000)
Deep Purple - 1420 Beachwood Drive, The California Rehearsals, pt 2 (2000)
Deep Purple - This Time Around. Live In Japan 1975 (2001)

Hughes/Thrall - same (1982)

Black Sabbath - Seventh Star (1986)

Voices Of Classic Rock - Voices For America (2001)


Hughes Turner Project - HTP (2002)
Hughes Turner Project - Live In Tokyo (2002)

SESSIONS

Roger Glover And Guests - The Butterfly Ball And The Grasshopper's Feast (1974)
- Glenn Hughes sings lead vocals on one track, "Get Ready".
Jon Lord - Windows (1974)
- Glenn is credited for vocals, bass and guitar.
Tommy Bolin - Teaser (1975)
- Glenn sings part of the lead vocals on one track, "Dreamer".
Various Artists - The Wizard's Convention (1976)
- Glenn Hughes sings lead vocals on two tracks.
Pat Travers - Makin' Magic (1977)
- Glenn sings backing vocals on one track, "Stevie".
4 On The Floor - same (1979)
- Glenn sings all lead vocals.
Climax Blues Band - Lucky For Some (1981)
- Glenn sings backing vocals on one track, "Shake It Lucy".
Night Ranger - Midnight Madness (1983)
- Glenn is uncredited but said to have done some backing vocals.
Heaven - Where Angels Fear To Tread (1983)
- Glenn is credited for backing vocals on two tracks.
Phenomena - same (1985)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on eight or ten tracks depending on what release you get.
Gary Moore - Run For Cover (1985)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on four tracks and plays bass on five tracks.
Various Artists - Dragnet (Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack) (1987)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on in the chorus of one track, "City Of Crime".
Phenomena II - Dream Runner (1987)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on three tracks.
Whitesnake - Slip Of The Tongue (1989)
- Glenn sings backing vocals on some tracks. No one seems to know exatly what tracks he's on.
XYZ - same (1989)
- Glenn is just credited for "inspiration" but did some backing vocals.
Notorious - same (1990)
- Glenn is part of a "backing vocals group" on several tracks.
Various Artists - Music From And Inspired By The Film Highlander II: The Quickening (1990)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, "Haunted".
L.A. Blues Authority - same (1991)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, "Messin' With The Kid".
The KLF - America: What Time Is Love? (single) (1992)
- Glenn sings lead vocals in the chorus.
Lynch Mob - same (1992)
- Glenn is credited for additional background vocals.
John Norum - Face The Truth (1992)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on six or seven tracks depending on what release you get.
Geoffrey Downes/The New Dance Orchestra - Vox Humana (European version) (1993)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, the Buggles classic "Video Killed The Radio Star".
Sister Whiskey - Liquor And Poker (1993)
- Glenn is uncredited but did some backing vocals.
Marc Bonilla - American Matador (1993)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, a cover of Procol Harum's "A Whiter Shade Of Pale".
George Lynch - Sacred Groove (1993)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on two tracks.
Stevie Salas - Stevie Salas Presents: The Electric Pow Wow (1993)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on a cover of Stevie Wonder's "I Was Made To Love Her".
Motley Crue - same (1994)
- Glenn does backing vocals on "Misunderstood".
Manfred Ehlert's Amen - same (1994)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on three tracks.
Various Artists - Smoke On The Water: A Tribute (1994)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, "Stormbringer".
L.A. Blues Authority Volume V - Cream Of The Crop: A Tribute (1994)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, "Born Under A Bad Sign".
Hank Davison & Friends - Real Live (1995)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on two tracks, a cover of Deep Purple's "Highway Star" plus "The Liar".
Brazen Abbot - Live And Learn (1995)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on three tracks.
Wet Paint - Shhh..! (1995)
- Glenn does co-lead vocals on one track and he is also credited with additional background vocals.
Richie Kotzen - Wave Of Emotion (1996)
- Glenn sings backing vocals on "Stoned".
Liesegang - No Strings Attached (1996)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on three tracks.
Asia - Archiva 1 (1996)
- Glenn is uncredited but does backing vocals on "Tears".
Various Artists - To Cry You A Song: A Collection Of Tull Tales (1996)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, "To Cry You A Song".
Various Artists - Dragon Attack: A Tribute To Queen (1996)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, "Get Down Make Love".
Amen - Aguilar (1996)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on a remixed version of a track off the first Amen CD.
Glenn Hughes/Geoff Downes - The Work Tapes (1998)
- Glenn sings all lead vocals.
Glenn Hughes, Johnnie Bolin & Friends - Tommy Bolin: 1997 Tribute (1998)
- Glenn sings all lead vocals.
Stuart Smith - Heaven And Earth (1998)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, "See That My Grave Is Kept Clean".
Various Artists - Humanary Stew: A Tribute To Alice Cooper (1999)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, "Only Women Bleed".
Various Artists - Encores, Legends & Paradox: A Tribute To The Music Of ELP (1999)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, "Knife Edge".
The Bobaloos - The Bobaloos (1999).
- Glenn sings lead vocals on six tracks and backing vocals on another one.
Niacin - Deep (1999)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, "Things Ain't Like they Used To Be".
Erik Norlander - Into The Sunset (2000)
- Glenn sings lead vocals on one track, "Rome Is Burning".
Tidewater Grain - Here On The Outside (2000)
- Glenn sings backing vocals.
Voodoo Hill (2000)
- Glenn sings lead on the entire CD.
Craig Erickson Project - Shine (2000)
- Glenn sings lead on a cover of Tommy Bolin's "Wild Dogs".
Nikolo Kotzev's Nostradamus (2001)
- Glenn sings lead/co-lead on several tracks.
Max Magagni - Twister (2001)
- Glenn plays bass and sings lead vocals on one track "Can You Get It Up".
Stone Cold Queen - A Tribute (2001)
- Glenn sings on a cover of Queen's "Killer Queen".
Another Hair Of The Dog - A Tribute To Nazareth (2001)
- Glenn sings on a cover of "Piece Of My Heart".
Let The Tribute Do The Talking - Tribute To Aerosmith (2001)
- Glenn sings on a cover of "Kings And Queens".
Ape Quartet - Please Where Do We Live? (2001)
- Glenn sings on "'Its Gonna Break"
Ellis - EIII (2002)
- Glenn sings co-lead on "Growing Wise" and co-wrote "Happy To Be Cool"
Ryo Okumoto - Coming Through (2002)
- Glenn sings on "Highway Roller"
Pigs And Pyramids: An All Star Lineup Performing The Songs Of Pink Floyd (2002)
- Glenn sings on "Young Lust"
Jeff Scott Soto - Prism (2002)
- Glenn sings on "I Want To Take You Higher"
The Alchemist - Songs From The Westside (2002)
- Glenn sings on 6 (out of 8) tracks



Well...I guess that will teach everyone not to ask me about Glenn.........

But I still Love THE ABB as a whole better than any musician/band.




 

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  posted on 3/9/2004 at 12:33 PM
Sorry ODR...I meant Glen BURTNIK.

 

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  posted on 3/9/2004 at 12:33 PM
Mitch Mitchell and whoever
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. . . Maybe the dude from the Jimi Hendrix Experience . . . Mitch Mitchell? Was that his name?
. Mitch w/ Pete Nelson & the Travelers

. Very early JHE


Droog, yes, Mitch Mitchell was Jimi's drummer from the formation of the Jimi Hendrix Experience trio until Jimi's death, except for autumn 1969 and part of that winter, when Jimi was working on the Band of Gypsys trio with Buddy Miles. Besides the official JHE, Mitch was part of the 6-piece Woodstock band (summer 1969)--variously known as the Electric Sky Church, Gypsy Sons and Rainbows, etc.--which immediately preceded the Band of Gypsys. Gypsy Sons and Rainbows had two guitarists and two percussionists along with Mitch's drums (plus bass). Interesting lineup--this was between the Allman Brother Band's formation and their recording their debut album. The Gypsy Sons' second guitarist (Larry Lee) and percussionists really didn't work out too well, though.


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Early JHE.....................................Pre-Woodstock jamming: Billy Cox, Jimi, Larry Lee


When BoG broke up in winter 1970, Jimi kept bassist Billy Cox when he called Mitch back. Billy, by the way, joined Jimi for Gypsy Sons when Noel Redding's departure broke up the JHE in June 1969, seven weeks before Woodstock. He stayed as Jimi's bassist to the end, incl. BoG and JHE re-formed.


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Isle of Wight, near Jimi's demise...........................................Mitch more recently

http://www.drummerworld.com/drummers/Mitch_Mitchell.html

Jaimoe and Butch have pages at this site, too.

 

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  posted on 3/9/2004 at 12:37 PM
I'd have to say the power trio I'd like to see play would be:

Alex Van Halen - Drums
Billy Sheehan - Bass
Kim Mitchell - Guitars/Vocals (He was in Canadian band Max Webster back in the early 80's, Rush protégés.)

 

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  posted on 3/9/2004 at 12:51 PM
I am shocked that anyone remembers Kim (Go for A Soda) Mitchell


Jimmy Herring
Les Claypool
Neil Peart

 

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  posted on 3/9/2004 at 12:57 PM
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I'd have to say the power trio I'd like to see play would be:

Alex Van Halen - Drums
Billy Sheehan - Bass
Kim Mitchell - Guitars/Vocals (He was in Canadian band Max Webster back in the early 80's, Rush protégés.)



I always liked Max Webster........the "Live Magnetic Air" was a very good cd......."Here among the Cats"

They had that one song that Geddy Lee sang.......got some airplay too.

 

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  posted on 3/9/2004 at 01:02 PM
Hey ODR.... the tune was "Battle Scar". I used to worship at the RUSH altar of music. I will also have to make a note to self: Never slam Glenn Hughes here !!!!! (LOL)

 

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  posted on 3/9/2004 at 01:31 PM
Jim McCarty -( Cactus) Guitar
Matt Abts - Drums
Jack Casady - Bass

 

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  posted on 3/9/2004 at 01:37 PM
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Hey ODR.... the tune was "Battle Scar". I used to worship at the RUSH altar of music. I will also have to make a note to self: Never slam Glenn Hughes here !!!!! (LOL)



Yep..thats it (Battle Scar) !

LOL !...The only thing that Glenn does that gets to me..is sometimes he gets carried away with the high pitched screams..I guess he got that from working with Coverdale for a while...mostly on "live" songs.

But at least he's not as bad as King Diamond....this friend and I would put on some King Diamond or Mercyful Fate...and our old ladies would go beserk because of all the high pitched wailing.......I like King..but you gotta be in the mood..LOL !

[Edited on 3/9/2004 by OldDirtRoad]

 

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  posted on 3/9/2004 at 01:38 PM
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I am shocked that anyone remembers Kim (Go for A Soda) Mitchell


Battle Scar (from memory)

Been in jail for a thousand years
Found a fist in an empty field
Only quarters for meals
Feel the way I feel

Bust the busters
Screw the healers
Make the feelers
Feel the way I feel

(Geddy's verse)
Tried to understand the white man's fears
Make 'em bend but they wouldn't yield
Uncle sam's time is only a greased wheel
Feel the way I feel

I said - Bust the busters
Screw the healers
Make the feelers
Feel the way I feel

 

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  posted on 3/9/2004 at 01:40 PM
I believe that's it....


 

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  posted on 3/9/2004 at 01:44 PM
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I believe that's it....
DAMN that was a heavy song! BOTH Rush and Max Webster played on that one....two guitars, two basses, two drummers, two vocalist! What a blast from the past!!



For the record, I gave my vinyl copy of Universal Juveniles to my best friend in Indy who is a collector.

[Edited on 3/9/2004 by BigDaveOnBass]

 

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  posted on 3/9/2004 at 01:49 PM
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I am shocked that anyone remembers Kim (Go for A Soda) Mitchell


Battle Scar (from memory)

Been in jail for a thousand years
Found a fist in an empty field
Only quarters for meals
Feel the way I feel

Bust the busters
Screw the healers
Make the feelers
Feel the way I feel

(Geddy's verse)
Tried to understand the white man's fears
Make 'em bend but they wouldn't yield
Uncle sam's time is only a greased wheel
Feel the way I feel

I said - Bust the busters
Screw the healers
Make the feelers
Feel the way I feel



I swear my best friend Mel used to think that he was saying.....

Bastard, Bastard
Kill the fetus

LOL..me and his old lady would laugh our asses off and he would get mad and say "listen to it"..."thats what he's saying"

Oh..those were the days.......

 
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