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Also, NO LIMITS from Scott at 24:47. EVERYBODY DRINK!!  ;D
And from Geoff!
QUEENSRYCHE: / Re: If Scott Doesn't Return to the Band
« Last post by Operation:Queensr˙che on October 15, 2018, 02:04:22 PM »
They should just call it Rising Wept (Wilton Eddie Parker Todd).

Right, because Rising West wasn't a goofy name. ::)

I missed this post the first time around Rock ( ;D)! Your suggestion of Rising WEPT would certainly be more credible at this point.  :D

FLASHBACK: a little Birdbrain reported to EVERYBODY on the Internet that HE suggested the name "Rising WEST" to Eddie. However, to this day neither Eddie nor anyone else in the band has ever confirmed this. Go figure.  C:-)

Therefore, I can only surmise that it was another one (of many) TALL tales from EOL:D... ;D... ::)
Someone Else? / Re: Bands with "LESS" than three original or Classic era members
« Last post by Vegan on October 14, 2018, 10:37:34 AM »
and Fates Warning: Jim Matheos and Ray Alder  :)

Ray's not an original member....

classic era member  :)
Someone Else? / Re: Bands with "LESS" than three original or Classic era members
« Last post by ted262 on October 13, 2018, 10:42:37 PM »
and Fates Warning: Jim Matheos and Ray Alder  :)

Ray's not an original member....
Progressive Rock / Re: Brainbox
« Last post by InnaGaddaDaVida on October 13, 2018, 07:52:17 PM »
Brainbox - Between Alpha and Omega

Brainbox - The Smile

Brainbox - The 3rd flood
Progressive Rock / Brainbox
« Last post by InnaGaddaDaVida on October 13, 2018, 07:47:49 PM »
Brainbox is a Dutch rock group from the late 1960s/early 1970s. The band was founded in Amsterdam by guitarist Jan Akkerman, drummer Pierre van der Linden and singer Kazimir Lux (Kaz). Their debut single was "Down Man", which established their progressive blues sound. They had several hit singles in the Netherlands, including "Between Alpha and Omega", "Doomsday Train", "Reason to Believe" and "Smile". In late 1969, soon after they released their first album, Akkerman left to join Focus, later recruiting van der Linden as well, then Brainbox bass player Cyril Havermans.

They were replaced by guitarists Herman Meyer and Rudie de Queljoe and drummer Frans Smit. Meyer was later replaced by John Schuursma. After Kaz Lux left Brainbox in 1971, popularity waned and they split up in 1972. Lux reassembled the band in 2004 (though without Akkerman) and they performed in the Netherlands. In 2010 and 2011, the band performed again and recorded a new studio album, The 3rd Flood.

Brainbox! - Down Man

Brainbox - Summertime(Billy Stewart cover)

Brainbox - Dark Rose

Brainbox - Scarborough Fair(Simon and Garfunkel cover)

Brainbox Doomsday Train

Brainbox - Sea Of Delight (NL 1969)

Brainbox - Reason To Believe ( Rod Stewart cover)

Brainbox - Baby, What You Want Me To Do
Someone Else? / Re: Oldies But Goodies you may not have heard
« Last post by InnaGaddaDaVida on October 13, 2018, 07:38:21 PM »
Here is a few more:

Captain Beefheart Upon The My O My Old Grey Whistle Test 1974

Captain Beefheart - Tropical Hot Dog Night

I Love You, You Big Dummy - Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band

Ian Dury And The Blockheads - Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll (TOPPOP) (1977)

Wild Man Fischer-The Taster fancy version
Progressive Rock / Earth and Fire Band
« Last post by InnaGaddaDaVida on October 13, 2018, 07:26:23 PM »
Earth and Fire were a progressive and symphonic rock band who over time evolved into a pop group. Formed in the Netherlands by twin brothers Chris and Gerard Koerts, and most popular in the 1970s when fronted by singer Jerney Kaagman, Earth and Fire had many chart topping hits in the Netherlands and elsewhere in Europe, though they never gained much popularity in England or the Americas. Their biggest international hit was "Weekend", a number one single in the Netherlands, Switzerland, Germany, Denmark and Portugal.

Past members   Gerard Koerts
Chris Koerts
Hans Ziech
Cees Kalis
Manuela Berloth
Jerney Kaagman
Ton van der Kleij
Theo Hurts
Bert Ruiter
Ab Tamboer
Johan Slager
Ronnie Meyjes
Age Kat
Jons Pistoor
Ton Scherpenzeel
Mark Stoop

Earth and Fire- Memories

Earth and Fire - Storm and Thunder

Earth & Fire - Seasons (1969)

Earth & Fire - Weekend

Earth and Fire - Maybe Tomorrow, Maybe Tonight (1973)

Earth & Fire - Ruby Is The One (1970)

Earth & Fire - Invitation

Earth & Fire - Thanks For The Love (1975)

Earth and Fire - Love of Life LIVE

Earth & Fire - Wild and Exciting

Someone Else? / Re: Bands with "LESS" than three original or Classic era members
« Last post by Vegan on October 13, 2018, 04:46:20 PM »
and Fates Warning: Jim Matheos and Ray Alder  :)
Someone Else? / Re: Bands with "LESS" than three original or Classic era members
« Last post by NJFIREFIGHTER on October 13, 2018, 03:32:59 PM »
Here are some more, lots of these are "Rock and Roll Hall of Fame members" and/or sold millions of records too.

WASP: Just Blackie Lawless

Canned Heat: Fito De La Parra (drums) and Larry Taylor (bass)

Suicidal Tendencies: Just vocalist Mike Muir

The Yardbirds: continue to tour only having Jim McCartey (drums)

The Who: Continued for years touring with just Daltrey and Townshend.

Y&T: Dave Meniketti (vocals/guitar) only.

Procol Harem: have continued on with just Gary Brooker (vocals/piano)

Nazareth: Reduced to just Pete Agnew (bass)

Enuff Z'Nuff: back out there with just Chip Z'Nuff (vocals, bass).

Blue Oyster Cult: Has been reduced to just Eric Bloom and Buck Dharma for a while now.

Uriah Heep: Only Mick Box (guitar) remains since the classic years.

Wishbone Ash: Only Andy Powell has remained (vocals, guitar)

Steve Miller Band: Has been Steve alone from the classic years forever and a day now it seems.

ELO: They back out there with just Jeff Lynne and Richard Tandy (keyboards)

Rare Earth: Still touring with just Gil Bridges (sax and flute)

Santana: except for the recent classic reunion album and live dvd release of a few years ago, basically it's just been Carlos for a long while.

Molly Hatchet: No classic members just Bobby Ingram who didn't even join the band till after their popularity declined in the late eighties.

The Outlaws: continue to soldier on with Henry Paul (vocals, guitar) and Monte Yoho (drums).

38 Special: has been down to just Don Barnes (vocals) from the classic era for a while now.

King Crimson: Reduced to just Robert Fripp and in recent years Mel Collins (sax/flute) from the classic era.


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