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Band UNO - New Game!

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by foq1978, Jan 12, 2012.

  1. foq1978


    Aug 7, 2009
    Rio de Janeiro
    This is similar to song UNO -- although it shouldn't last as long.

    I'll start with an example:

    The Beatles:
    John Lennon
    Paul McCartney
    George Harrison
    Ringo Starr:


    The Traveling Wilburys:
    George Harrison
    Jeff Lynne
    Roy Orbison
    Bob Dylan
    Tom Petty
    Jim Keltner
  2. JimK


    Dec 12, 1999
    Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers (current line-up...according to Wiki)
    Tom Petty
    Mike Campbell
    Benmon Tench
    Ron Blair
    Scott Thurston
    Steve Ferrone

    I left you one bone, TMK.
  3. Thundar

    Thundar Living in sin at the Holiday Inn

    Well you left a couple of bones there, but they were not obvious....Scott Thurston was in The Motels for about 10 minutes, but I recognized Steve Ferrone having played with Duran Duran (and a million other artists) but he was never officially a member of the band, So ....

    Average White Band
    Onnie McIntyre
    Alan Gorrie
    Malcolm "Molly" Duncan
    Roger Ball
    Hamish Stuart
    Robbie McIntosh
    Steve Ferrone

    Now then, TAKE THAT :D
  4. JimK


    Dec 12, 1999
    Steve Ferrone was obviously AWB...for me, anyway since they have been a favourte of mine since about 1975.

    Too, I would count Ferrone as a memeber of DD...I know he was on Notorius...good enough for me. ;)

    Anyway, I hadda dig deep for this one...should help the next guy, too-

    The Dominic Troiano Band
    Dominic Troiano-guitar
    Neil Jason-bass
    Steve Ferrone-drums
    Fred Mandel-keys
    Dave Tyson-keys

    I would not mind checking this album out-
    Burnin' at the Stake - Domenic Troiano | AllMusic
  5. Fred Mandel- was a big time session musician in the 70's and 80's and played with a lot of people I'll list one that would be pretty easy for the next guy. He's on the Queen on fire live at the bowl DVD.
    Fred Mandel
    John Deacon
    Brian May
    Freddie Mercury
    Roger Taylor.
  6. Thundar

    Thundar Living in sin at the Holiday Inn

    OH! I did not know we were going to count session work and touring work, I thought it was BAND members. I would have went the Duran Duran route then...or with Scott Thurston and the Motels connection...as he was an actual member of The Motels.
    Oh well, let the game play on ;)
  7. JimK


    Dec 12, 1999
    ...I didn't read the Rule Book.

    "Band" in the strictest sense could spell doom for this thread PDQ.
  8. Too late it's dead
  9. JimK


    Dec 12, 1999
    Well...that was fun.
    The challenge, IMO, was to pick a band that would leave space for the next poster...with Neil Jason, I woulda picked The Brecker Brothers Band over Queen.
    The Breckers had Terry Bozzio...after that, coulda went with Zappa (tons of opportunities there), U.K. or Missing Persons, etc


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