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Old 02-02-2005, 08:17 AM   #11
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WoodBass, your list doesn't count because you are a bass player.
Sure (some) bass players know who (some) bass players are.

And you forgot Gene Simmons. :smt118
DOHH!!!!
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Old 02-02-2005, 09:04 AM   #12
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Hey, I am a bass player, and I can't even remember my name!

Rob, I'd be a little careful about admitting to blowin a bone!!!!

Roger Glover-Deep Purple
Geddy Lee-Rush
Chris Squire-Yes
Roger Waters-Pink Floyd
Gary Thain-Uriah Heep
Dennis Dunaway-Alice Cooper
John Paul Jones-Zepplin
Bill Wyman-Stones
Woddie, you forgot Muzz Skillings of Living Colour...he could slap that Fatneck!
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Old 02-02-2005, 10:41 AM   #13
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Hey, I am a bass player, and I can't even remember my name!

Rob, I'd be a little careful about admitting to blowin a bone!!!!

Roger Glover-Deep Purple
Geddy Lee-Rush
Chris Squire-Yes
Roger Waters-Pink Floyd
Gary Thain-Uriah Heep
Dennis Dunaway-Alice Cooper
John Paul Jones-Zepplin
Bill Wyman-Stones
Hey, I knew 6 of 'em..who said we dont remember bass players names !!
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Old 02-02-2005, 11:31 AM   #14
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My brother was a bass player in the group "Monarch". They played up and down the east coast back in the 80's..Even here in Lockport and a couple of clubs in Buffalo. Does that count?

Danny Hays ~ Monarch

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He's giving everyone the "FINGER"!! NICE SHOT!!
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Old 02-02-2005, 11:53 AM   #16
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He's giving everyone the "FINGER"!! NICE SHOT!!
He's only doing that in the picture that you see.
Bill figured out how to do that.
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Nikki Sixx was offically dead 2 times !! WOW, he broke the mold of "Party like a Rock Star"!!
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Old 02-02-2005, 01:16 PM   #18
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Mike Rutherford-Genisis
Kasim Sulton -Utopia
Tony Levin-How could I forget the "stick man"-everybody
Greg Lake- King Crimson-ELP
John Wetton-King Crimson- Asia
Randy Meisner / Timothy B Schmidt-The Eagles
The Guy from Grand Funk Railroad
John Deacon-Queen
Mitch Mitchell-Jimi Hendrix Experience
Bootsy Collins -Funkadelics
That Hamilton guy from Aerosmith
Joe Phombeets-The Doors
Maurice Gibbs-The BeeGees
Syd Viscious-The Sex Pistols
Terry "Geezer" Butler-Black Sabbath
That guy in Humble Pie
Dee Murray-Elton John
That Guy in the Guess Who.........
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NO SHIT Glenn? I saw that show twice this summer! Liars is easily the finest work he's done in 20 years as a solo. "Stood Up" is a fantastic song! Todd Is Godd!! Woodtopia

ps , in fact, here is my review of the Sandusky show from his site:

http://trconnection.com/todd/review/t20 ... 606-dh.rev

Lemmy Kilminster-Motorhead
Michael what's his name-Van Halen
Rick Danko-The Band
Phil Lesh-The Dead
That guy from Journey
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