Author: Cedric Lucas

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If the Beatles re-recorded all their songs like John Lennon wanted to do, how well do you think they would have turned out? I sure wish they had. John Lennon was kind of never happy with any of the songs that the Beatles produced after he met Yoko. He blamed George Martin. Sometimes he blamed […]

By Jay Snead:- The American musical acts in the same success tier as the Beatles are Elvis and Michael Jackson. But the most successful band . . . Eagles. Five number-one singles and six number-one albums, six Grammy awards. 200 million record sales with two of the top-8 best-selling albums ever made. All 8 Eagles studio albums […]

By Darrin Richards:- Really can’t say it ended but then Richie Sambora left in 2013 and seems to be being a partner and parent, not sure tbh. I know JBJ has a restaurant he works at with his wife where no one is turned away no prices on the menu pay a $20 donation to […]

By Russell Spear:- The chances of that much incredible talent being assembled into one band, such as one of the bands you named, are incredibly low, to begin with. The absolute dominance of rock music that existed in the era when those bands were making albums and touring just isn’t there now. There are still […]

By Robert Grabowski:- Being a fan of everything Bon, I would have to say the song that screams AC/DC to me, is Whole Lotta Rosie. The guitar intro is as iconic as they come. There is also one that stands out in my mind, I don’t know if it defines the band, but it surely […]

By Antonello Frau:- Quora, may you burn in hell for having me look into this question. Why? Because I cannot believe nobody has mentioned this giant yet: Stewart Copeland[1] as a drummer is simply astonishing – not to mention the fact that he is a hell of an amiable guy (this is another story, though). I […]

By Jay Snead:- Sure, they are in the Rock and Roll Hall of fame and created an international following. They had five Platinum and three Gold albums and three top-10 singles including a #1. Guitarist Rick Neilsen was especially admired, he played with Todd Rundgren, John Lennon, the Yardbirds, Foo Fighters, and Alice Cooper. His […]

By Scott MacFeeters: – He didn’t leave on bad terms, but I wouldn’t call them good terms. It could be Peter’s hairstyles that turned off the other members. The members of Genesis were feeling that Peter’s theatrics on stage was taking the focus away from the music. This is especially true of Tony Banks. The […]

By James O’Connor:- Ahhh….Jethro Tull. This is a band (named after the English agriculturalist and inventor) formed in 1967 that started as a Blues Rock/English Folk band, added some elements of Jazz Fusion and became one of England’s premier Progressive Rock bands of the era. Founder Ian Anderson has kept the band going with a […]

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