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Harpo, Groucho and Chico Marx. :wink:


Were'nt there four Marx Brothers?

I know there were at least five Stooges. Larry, Moe, Curly, Joe, Curly Joe.
That would make them a quintet.


I was gonna respond and say there were indeed more, but Poly beat me to it. Yeah there were in fact 5 Marx Brothers. I only mentioned three as they are the most famous of the five.

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North Mississppi Allstars. I saw them tearin it up when another drummer the guy from the dirty dozen got on the kit and their drummer grabbed a guitar. He sang and played lead and totally rocked the house!! As good or better than the regular guitarist!

better than brad paisley :roll:

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aspy_2nd_bunch wrote:
I was gonna respond and say there were indeed more, but Poly beat me to it. Yeah there were in fact 5 Marx Brothers. I only mentioned three as they are the most famous of the five.


oh right, like there were actually 4 members in Spinal Tap ya mean? :P

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Jimi Hendrix Experience, Cream, & Blue Cheer.


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SPACEBROTHER wrote:
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Harpo, Groucho and Chico Marx. :wink:


Were'nt there four Marx Brothers?

I know there were at least five Stooges. Larry, Moe, Curly, Joe, Curly Joe.
That would make them a quintet.


You forgot Shemp.

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Out of Vancouver Canada i believe. A real no holds barred Power Trio.


One of my favorites too!

Nomeansno
Minutemen (#5 group of all time for me)
Soft Machine
Cream

and I guess my own band, Rare Goat, qualifies too but we suck. :o

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Bozzio's Whips wrote:
SPACEBROTHER wrote:
aspy_2nd_bunch wrote:
Harpo, Groucho and Chico Marx. :wink:


Were'nt there four Marx Brothers?

I know there were at least five Stooges. Larry, Moe, Curly, Joe, Curly Joe.
That would make them a quintet.


You forgot Shemp.


You're right, how could I forget Shemp(attaching ice cream cone to forhead). :P


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trower/drewer/lordan

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The Five Trains

Don't have any promo pics or album covers to show.
'Cause they never made any.












But, man, we were good! :wink:

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Harpo Groucho Chico and Zeppo.

But there was only one stooge!

Shemp!

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CAB!!

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scott Mcgill/micheal manring/vic stevens
addition by subtraction

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Pat metheny, jaco pastorious. bob moses
bright size life

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Eric Bell Band is OK ...

Andy Golden, Tony Wootton, Eric Bell

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Trio of Doom:

John MacLaughlin, Jaco Pastorius and Tony Williams. 8)

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Trio of Doom:

Jaco Pastorius


Yesterday was the anniversary of Jaco's senseless death :cry:

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Trio of Doom:

Jaco Pastorius


Yesterday was the anniversary of Jaco's senseless death :cry:


Jaco people: I HIGHLY recommend this:

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It's got CC Riders stuff, homemade Jaco demos, and my fav is a Jaco piece with a Florida big band Jaco played in before he became the world's greatest bass player; the leader of that band proclaimed that Jaco's pen was mightier than his fretless.

Here's a link that has sound clips:

http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/jacopastorius

Check out Rice Pudding!

Power Trio: Pastorius, Dennard, and Bullock: Live in NYC for a great "I Shot the Sheriff."

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Man, I was wondering when someone would mention the greatness that is The Trio Of Doom. Damn, McLaughlin KILLS too. It's no wonder with Tony and Jaco behind him though.

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Hendrix Experience
Cream
Groundhogs
Blue Cheer
Budgie
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STevie Ray
Hot Tuna
West Bruce Laing
Original Mountain
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Mahogany Rush first 4 albums
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Sir Sartana wrote:
Hendrix Experience
Cream
Groundhogs
Blue Cheer
Budgie
Trower with Reg Isidore or Lordan on drums
STevie Ray
Hot Tuna
West Bruce Laing
Original Mountain
Taste
ZZ Top
Mahogany Rush first 4 albums
Beck Bogart Appice


most of which have already been mentioned. 8)

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I just thought of one you never hear about ,I have both of their two albums.
Gun with Adrian Gurtvitz on guitar,pretty decent stuff for Adrians first two efforts checkem out GUN and GUNSIGHT
I have the vinyl originals but I believe they were/are available on a cd together.

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Adrian went on to have a pretty interesting career even playing with the great Ginger Baker with the more well known Baker Gurvitz Army.

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just because i'm so anal, i have to finish this out:groucho, chico, harpo, zeppo, and......gummo! i have an old poster with all five of them. :lol:

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PRIMUS!!! Though for me, you can remove any of their albums featuring Brain.

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I just thought of one you never hear about ,I have both of their two albums.
Gun with Adrian Gurtvitz on guitar,pretty decent stuff for Adrians first two efforts checkem out GUN and GUNSIGHT
I have the vinyl originals but I believe they were/are available on a cd together.

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Adrian went on to have a pretty interesting career even playing with the great Ginger Baker with the more well known Baker Gurvitz Army.


I remember gun. I had a single by them; 'race with the devil'.
and baker gurvitz army was pretty good too.

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Sir Sartana wrote:
I just thought of one you never hear about ,I have both of their two albums.
Gun with Adrian Gurtvitz on guitar,pretty decent stuff for Adrians first two efforts checkem out GUN and GUNSIGHT
I have the vinyl originals but I believe they were/are available on a cd together.

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Adrian went on to have a pretty interesting career even playing with the great Ginger Baker with the more well known Baker Gurvitz Army.


I remember gun. I had a single by them; 'race with the devil'.
and baker gurvitz army was pretty good too.

You should also check out "The Graeme Edge Band".
Paul and Adrian Gurvitz, with Graeme Edge (drummer from Moody Blues).
"Kick Off Your Muddy Boots" (a reference to the Moody Blues break-up) from 1975 is good, but "Paradise Ballroom" (1977) is highly recommended.

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