Your supergroup

  • I don’t know about anyone else but I’ve often revisited the idea of who would be in my supergroup so I thought I’d throw it out there.


    Drums:

    Guitar:

    Guitar:

    Bass:

    Keyboards/Piano: (can be two different people)

    Singer: (optional, especially if covered by one of the above)

    Anyone else:


    Just to be slightly awkward (to annoy those who want to just say Genesis), I’m restricting it so that no more than two people from any one band can be selected. You can have different lineups for different genres of music if you like.


    Although I’ve thought about it a lot, my answers change all the time, so right now I’ll go:

    Drums: Phil Collins

    Guitar: Eric Clapton

    Guitar: John Mayer

    Bass: Tony Levin

    Keyboards: Paul Carrack

    Piano: Elton John

  • Drums: John Bonham

    Guitar: Jimmy Page

    Guitar: Mark Knopfler

    Bass: Paul McCartney

    Keyboards: Tony Banks

    Piano: Elton John


    MK, PM & EJ would share the vocals! What a band!

  • Drums: Carl Palmer/ Mike PORTNOY

    Lead Guitar: Andy Latimer/Flute

    Guitar: Steve Hackett

    Bass: Clive Mitten ( Twelfth Night)

    Keyboards: Martin Orford (Ex IQ)

    Singer: Peter Nichols (IQ)

    ......


    Violin - Kleber Vogel / violin ( QUATERNA RÉQUIEM)

    Keyboards - Elisa Wiermann ( QUATERNA RÉQUIEM)


    :)

  • Lead Guitar: Carlos Santana

    Keyboards/Guitar/Lead Vocals: Steve Winwood

    Flute/Sax: Chris Wood

    Bass: John Entwistle

    Drums/Vocals: Phil Collins

  • I confess to not being familiar with several of those names!

  • Drums: Bill Bruford

    Guitar: Steve Hackett

    Guitar: Robert Fripp

    Bass: Tony Levin

    Keyboards: Patrick Moraz

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  • Drums: Bill Bruford

    Guitar: Steve Hackett

    Guitar: Robert Fripp

    Bass: Tony Levin

    Keyboards: Patrick Moraz


    That's a pretty fine prog supergroup.

    Thank you! ^^


    ...and a few of them have worked with one another. It's Bruford/Moraz meets King Crimson (80s version), with Mr. Hackett adding extra coloring. :thumbup:

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  • vocals: Peter Gabriel and Kate Bush

    guitars: Mick Rogers and Peter Frampton

    keyboards: Steve Winwood

    bass: Tony Levin

    drums: Gavin Harrison

    First we learned to walk on water.

    Then we tried something harder.

    - Red Seven -

  • Drums: Bill Bruford

    Piano: Yvonne Loriod

    Keyboards: Jarboe

    Guitars: Robert Fripp and Kevin Shields

    Bass: Simon Raymonde

    Vocals: Eric Clayton and Elizabeth Fraser

  • Drums: Terry Bozzio and Neil Peart

    Keyboards: Erik Norlander and Fred Schendel

    Guitars: Martin Barre and Steve Lukather

    Bass: Geddy Lee

    Flute: Ian Anderson

    Lead Vocals: Steven Wilson

  • Most of my music is pretty much 90% prog related as Ned and COT can vouch for ^^... Though I do have some other related albums away from prog..

    The world of Genesis is as deep as I go into prog. I tend to dabble in a variety of genres without exploring many in depth, though steer clear of some like the plague.

  • Nice to see Cocteau Twins members! 8) (Robin Guthrie doesn't make the cut, eh?)

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  • The world of Genesis is as deep as I go into prog. I tend to dabble in a variety of genres without exploring many in depth, though steer clear of some like the plague.

    The beauty of prog is the're so many genres to get involved with.


    Symphonic, Folk, Jazz Rock, Neo, Crossover, Eclectric, Post Rock/Math Rock, Rio/Avant, Zeulh and Canterbury.


    ;)


    Genesis falls into the Symphonic genre. :)

  • Nice to see Cocteau Twins members! 8) (Robin Guthrie doesn't make the cut, eh?)

    Guthrie is a good guitarist, but IMO he wasn't as expressive as Kevin Shields. I think the mix of Fripp and Shields on guitar would have a nice balance of technicality and sonic character.

  • Guthrie is a good guitarist, but IMO he wasn't as expressive as Kevin Shields. I think the mix of Fripp and Shields on guitar would have a nice balance of technicality and sonic character.

    I certainly can't argue with that. :thumbup:

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  • Alison Goldfrapp vocals

    Benjamin Curtis - guitar

    Gail Ann Dorsey - bass

    Charlotte Hatherley - synth, guitars, backing vocals

    Butch Vig - drums


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