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Bruce Robinson just called and asked for Michael Maybrick to be put on the list.
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Damn! How could I forget Eno.

Which makes me think of Bob Fripp, so maybe King Crimson for an honourable mention.
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Damn you Abby!!!
Why did you start this thread;-)

Otis Reading, Marvin Gaye, Sam Cooke, Robert Johnson, Ray Charles, BB King, Aretha Franklin, Paul Rogers (with or without Free), Cream, Elis Cosetello, Nick Drake,

Janis Joplin, Iggy Pop, Squeeze, John Mayall (he wasn't much, but boy did he spawn some talent), Paul Weller, Peggy Lee, Dusty Springfield, Tom Waits, Yat-Kha ...


Must stop!!!!
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Damn you Abby!!!
Why did you start this thread;-)

Otis Reading, Marvin Gaye, Sam Cooke, Robert Johnson, Ray Charles, BB King, Aretha Franklin, Paul Rogers (with or without Free), Cream, Elis Cosetello, Nick Drake,

Janis Joplin, Iggy Pop, Squeeze, John Mayall (he wasn't much, but boy did he spawn some talent), Paul Weller, Peggy Lee, Dusty Springfield, Tom Waits, Yat-Kha ...


Must stop!!!!
You lost me at b-52s
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Hello Gut,

Elvis

Doh!


Bob

And Leonard and Neil

The Who

Personally, love The Who dearly, more than some on the list, but they should only be honourable mentions

Elton

More Bernie than Elton

bee Gees

Guess so ...

Aussie call out for Vanda and Young as world class tunesmiths.
Yes to V&Y hoping to get to see Squeek do his tribute show, but not sure I'll manage it.
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Great lists so far.....Bonzo dog...you made me dig out my old LP's, I'll add
King Crimson
Be-Bop Deluxe
Robert Johnson
Jeff Beck
Stanley Jordan
Tangerine Dream

I know they all aren't "super stars" but all were very successful....I would say Run DMC and NWA....love it or hate it they did change the sound .

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Queen.
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let's hear it for Joni Mitchell and Patti Smith.
Indeed. Good call.
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Great lists so far.....Bonzo dog...you made me dig out my old LP's, I'll add
King Crimson
Be-Bop Deluxe
Robert Johnson
Jeff Beck
Stanley Jordan
Tangerine Dream

I know they all aren't "super stars" but all were very successful....I would say Run DMC and NWA....love it or hate it they did change the sound .

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