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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by Blackbird, May 24, 2002.
James Jamerson with Weather Report.
Boggles the mind (well, MY mind, at any rate).
U2 with a any decent bass player
Any decent band with F****y
Iron Maiden with Mark King
Blink 182 with Bootsey
The Doors with John Entwhistle
Abba with Jonas Hellborg
Lemmy bassing for N'sync?
I'm gonna have nightmares about that-
not only Iron Maiden without Steve Harris- but Iron Maiden with Mark King?
how about fantasy line-ups?-
Jimi Hendrix Experience with Steve Harris on bass?
or maybe Bernard Edwards?
I'm interested in hearing Planet US- the "supergroup" featuring VH's Sammy Hagar and Mike Anthony, and Neal Schon and Dean Castronovo of Journey- to see what Mike Anthony can do outside the constraints of Van Halen.
Bootsy with Average White Band (no pun intended)
Rocco with James Brown
Jaco with Chick Corea and Return to Forever
Stanley with UZEB
oh dear god... any of those would be terrifying. I'm finding it hard to decide which one I'd want to have the most if I could wave a magic wand and make it happen.
Geddy Lee with ZZ Top......... NOT!!!
I love the idea of Lemmy with a boy band. N'Sync would be vaporized, yay!
i've always wondered about a flea/hendrix session.
Hendrix had some incredible rhythm chops, and i would love to see those guys playin off each other.
Christian McBride with Metallica
Les Claypool with Slayer
Ryan Martinie (Ryknow) with Chick Corea
Steve Harris with In Flames
Jonas Hellborg with Death
Weather Report, as you already know, were a pretty eclectic aggregation. Shorter & Zawinul were the constants...they did go thru quite a few bassists/drummers.
For instance, it blew my mind that they used Tiki Fullwood(P-Funk) & Gregg Errico(Sly & The Family Stone) on drums.
Also, on Sweetnighter, Andrew White, a bass player steeped in R&B, was used.
Anyway, JJ & WR could be cool, IMO.
I would love to hear Flea in any situation OUTSIDE his normal thing...i.e. get together with some really happenin' players & then see what happens.
Billy Sheehan & Dennis Chambers? I'm sure Sheehan learned a thing or two &, as a result, bettered himself...how 'bout Flea with DC or Colaiuta?
As far as Hendrix-
...there was supposed to be a Miles/Hendrix thing; it never happened. Too bad...
Ryknow from Mudvayne in a Funk Metal band of some Kind.
Jaco laying down some bass for one of the acid jazz/rap jazz bands
Les Claypool in Metallica ... eh you couldn't hear him.
I've always wondered how P-Nut would be in a jazz/fusion band.
Or John Entwhistle in a nu-metal band
Geddy Lee with A Flock Of Seagulls
Peter Hook with Nirvana
Jeff Berlin with any nu-metal band
Mike Mills with Oasis
Ah but would the Gallaghers let him?
Paul McCartney with Radiohead
Sting with Green Day
If it were 1978 during the Outlandos era...
Dee Dee Ramone with Blink 182
Just messing around with stupid thoughts...ah fun fun...
well, he did something with Dee-Lite ("Groove is in the heart")... not exactly a "band" but oh well...
with that JE ultra harsh tone he would be the biggest competition for Fieldy...
Cliff Burton with Limp Bizkit or Rage Against the Machine (kind of fantasy, ghost sessions)
Billy Sheehan with Michael Jackson
Oteil Burbridge with Creed
Duff McKagan with Britney Spears
Larry Graham with The BackStreet Boys
Verdine White with Bone Thugs and Harmony
Marcus Miller with Duke Ellington (another fantasy ghost session)
Stanley Clark in the orchestra accompanying Frank Sinatra
You know, there's a couple of contemporary singers that would sound amazing with better song writers. I'm talking Pop/R&B singers that, unfortunately, see their talent go to waste because of unimaginative and subpar songwriting.
Take Mya for example. Amazing voice. Imagine her recording with Motown, '65, the Funk Brothers backing her up.
i agree with you there HASBRO, if the song writing whent from "whiny saying-the-word-girl-every-4-seconds" to GOOD song writing, i would maybe look into mya or Brittney Agularia or Christina Spears.