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Who would you pick to join a 'super' band/group made from any musicians/singers,

  1. L. Spikes profile image89
    L. Spikesposted 6 years ago

    Who would you pick to join a 'super' band/group made from any musicians/singers, living or dead?

    What slots would they fill? Instruments, vocals, etc. You can even have backup dancers if you like.

  2. Valerie60 profile image59
    Valerie60posted 6 years ago

    Chris Botti plays a trumpet. Jill Scott has the vocals. Blended together they create an intense soundwave with an aroma of smooth jazz to satisfy the soul.

  3. KiandraRutledge profile image68
    KiandraRutledgeposted 6 years ago

    This is a GREAT question...okay this is weird...I'd put Leon Sylvers III on bass, Steward Copeland on drums, Sheila E. on percussions, Prince and Norman Brown on guitar, Harry Connick Jr. on piano (for the jazz numbers), George Duke, Kem and James Harris III on keyboards, Gerald Albright on saxophone, vocally I would select  Maxwell, Eric Benet, Phyllis Hyman, Rachelle Ferrell, Jennifer Hudson and Ledisi.  This would be like a R&B/Funk/Soul/Jazz fusion band.

  4. Sesshoumaru2st profile image57
    Sesshoumaru2stposted 6 years ago

    Bob Marley Guitar lead:

    Micheal Jackson Back up singer(to hit the high notes): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ym0hZG-zNOk&ob=av2n

    Alex Acuña drummer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-NuP3sFn7U

    Ruka(from nightmare japanese band) base and rhythm guitarist:

    Tyson Ritter(all american rejects) lead singer:

    I would name the band V-V .....   THE WORLD!

  5. Hunbbel Meer profile image87
    Hunbbel Meerposted 6 years ago

    Joe Foreman (Switchfoot) - That guy writes some amazing songs, and he is voice is awesome.
    Besides him, Glen Hansard is also one of my favourite. The duo will be amazing! wink

  6. Alternative Prime profile image76
    Alternative Primeposted 6 years ago

    I would definitely conduct a grueling all night hands held tightly together seance to miraculously raise the spirit of Jim Morrison and entice him to walk through the studio door -

    Steve Vai would be cordially invited to shred guitars -

    Then I would conduct another entertaining ghost provoking seance to raise Keith Moon and his drum kit -

    Then after a brief rest to recoup from all the strenuous mental activity, yet another seance would be conducted to raise Keith Richards to play some "Melodic Soulful Rhythms"......

    And finally to round out my "Power Quint" - "Geezer" Butler would get the bass nod - 

    - This would be one of my creations  of "Musical Diversity" -

    Excellent Question ^

  7. duffsmom profile image61
    duffsmomposted 6 years ago

    Joe Cocker-vocals and visual entertainment--a double threat!  LOL