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PapaSquash

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Today, Charlie Watts and Dusty Hill. Elliot Easton can play the other guitar
 

Bobby Mahogany

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John Paul Jones on bass and John Bonham on drums...and Joe Cocker on the mic.
I had Joe Cocker as a singer too!
But I kept the Grease Band guys:

:thumb:

P.S.: Still wondering how the hell these guys were the ones I immediately thought about.
Sure, "With a Little Help from my Friends" was one of the very important albums
in my life but still...
:dunno:
 

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Bassist would have to be DIo. He played bass. I'm sure he'd oblige to sing as well. If not him, Cliff.
Drummer would have to be Lars. I'm sure he'll screw up a song before I do
 

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bongo and moon, entwhistle and jpj? man, what would the songs sound like to swap them out in each band. The were/are each perfect in the original band, kind of hard to imagine Moon playing on stairway. for groove i'd have bongo, bass player? no idea lol
 

Uncle Vinnie

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Bass, Dennis Dunaway

Drums, Neil Peart

Keys, Jon Lord

Vocals, Terry Kath
 

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no friggin' idea.
depends what kinda music was being played?
Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare were a pretty wicked team.
 

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Hard to beat the rhythm section Travers had for a few years. Talk about a gigantic pocket? Pat could do whatever the hell he wanted over the top of that shit

Mars Cowling (RIP)
Nicko McBrain (currently with Iron Maiden for like forever now)

 


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