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  posted on 4/29/2007 at 04:22 PM
I have had this discussion with a friend awhile ago bout which bands have had the most members play in there band over their career , people quiting,passing away,leaving and coming back and etc... I think I would have to say off the top of my head a few would come to mind...The ABB,Deep Purple, Jethro Tull, Yes,Rainbow Spinal Tap( alot of different drummers) and I am sure there are more

We also would play a game by using kinda like a Family Tree of RNR were we would start with a band and the members and then try and guess and figure out what other bands the were in and their members and so forth. A good example to start with is by using Deep Purple and go through that mess and all of the related and shared members they have had and other bands they have been in.

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  posted on 4/29/2007 at 05:39 PM
i think everyone and their brother has played with savoy brown over the last 40+ years.
from the savoy brown website:

The "Recording only" Musicians 1966-2007
Kim Simmonds
John O'Leary

Leo Mannings, Ray Chappell, Bob Hall, Martin Stone

Chris Youlden, Dave Pevrett, Rivers Job, Roger Earle
Tone Stevens, Dave Walker, Paul Raymond,
Andy Sylvester

Dave Bidwell, Jackie Lynton, Andy Pyle,
Miller Anderson

Stan Webb, Jimmy Leverton, Eric Dillon,
Tommy Farnell

Andy Rae, Ian Ellis, Ralph Mormon, Keith Boyce

Barry Paul, John Humphries, Al Macomber,
Jimmy Dagnesi

Rick Jewett, Pete Mendillo, Lou Kaplan,
Pete McMahon

Joe Pierleoni, Andy Ramirez, Dave Olson, Jim Heyl,
Bob Brunning

Nathaniel Peterson, Tom Compton.

Dennis Cotton, David Malachowski,
Gerry Sorrentino, Mario Staiano


this doesn't count all of the musicians who've been in the band but never recorded with them. quite the turn over.

 

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  posted on 4/29/2007 at 06:24 PM
How many musicians have been in John Mayall's Bluesbreakers?

 

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  posted on 4/29/2007 at 06:30 PM
I think Parilament may be the Guinness Book record holder. They have had lots of people come & go, and on any given night in the current line up there have to be atleast thrity people on stage dancing, playing instruments, rapping, singing, and whatever.





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  posted on 4/29/2007 at 09:26 PM
The Yardbirds, sort all that out and you got a scopp of real Rock and Roll....

 

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Skynyrd!

 

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  posted on 4/30/2007 at 06:26 AM
One thing I notied about the Eric Clapton's box set "Crossroads" when I bought it many moons ago was how many bands he was in. There are recordings from 7 different bands 1.Yardbirds 2. John Mayall blues breakers 3. Delaney, Bonnie & Friends 4.Blind Faith 5.Cream 6.Derek & the Dominos 7. Clapton solo and that's not including all the jammin' he did with George Harrison and John Lennon. Remember the "Dirty Mac"? They were suppose to had been the first supergroup.
 

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Found this on Wikipedia

Lynyrd Skynyrd Line-Ups Lynyrd Skynyrd
(1970 - 1971) Ronnie Van Zant - lead vocals
Gary Rossington - guitar
Allen Collins - guitar
Greg T. Walker - bass
Rickey Medlocke - drums/vocals

Lynyrd Skynyrd
(1971 - 1972) Ronnie Van Zant - lead vocals
Gary Rossington - guitar
Allen Collins - guitar
Greg T. Walker - bass (for a short period of time, then left to form Blackfoot with Rickey Medlocke)
Rickey Medlocke - drums (for a short period, then left to form Blackfoot as the lead singer and lead guitarist)
Bob Burns - drums (Skynyrd had two drummers for a short period, archival footage in the 1988 special Tribute Tour Video shows the band performing with Medlocke and Burns on drums, and Randal Hall sitting in as a third guitarist)

Lynyrd Skynyrd
(1972 - 1973) Ronnie Van Zant - lead vocals
Gary Rossington - guitar
Allen Collins - guitar
Leon Wilkeson - bass, backing vocals
Bob Burns - drums
Billy Powell - piano

Lynyrd Skynyrd
(1973 - 1974) Ronnie Van Zant - lead vocals
Gary Rossington - guitar
Allen Collins - guitar
Leon Wilkeson - bass, backing vocals (leaves group and soon rejoins)
Ed King - bass (joins group on bass,switches to guitar when Wilkeson returns)
Bob Burns - drums
Billy Powell - keyboards

Lynyrd Skynyrd
(1974 - 1975) Ronnie Van Zant - lead vocals
Gary Rossington - guitar
Allen Collins - guitar
Ed King - guitar
Leon Wilkeson - bass, backing vocals
Artimus Pyle - drums (auditioned late 1974 when Bob Burns began to have some problems on the road, was present to record the backing track for Saturday Night Special
Billy Powell - keyboards

Lynyrd Skynyrd
(1975 - 1976) Ronnie Van Zant - lead vocals
Gary Rossington - guitar
Allen Collins - guitar
Leon Wilkeson - bass, backing vocals
Artimus Pyle - drums
Billy Powell - keyboards
The Honkettes (JoJo Billingsley, Cassie Gaines, Leslie Hawkins) - backing vocals

Lynyrd Skynyrd
(1976 - 1977) Ronnie Van Zant - lead vocals
Gary Rossington - guitar
Allen Collins - guitar
Steve Gaines - guitar, backing vocals
Leon Wilkeson - bass, backing vocals
Artimus Pyle - drums
Billy Powell - keyboards
The Honkettes (JoJo Billingsley, Cassie Gaines, Leslie Hawkins) - backing vocals

Lynyrd Skynyrd
(1987 - 1990) Johnny Van Zant - lead vocals
Gary Rossington - guitar
Billy Powell - keyboards
Randall Hall - guitar, backing vocals
Ed King - guitar
Leon Wilkeson - bass, backing vocals
Artimus Pyle - drums

Lynyrd Skynyrd
(1990 - 1991) Johnny Van Zant - lead vocals
Gary Rossington - guitar
Billy Powell - keyboards
Ed King - guitar
Leon Wilkeson - bass, backing vocals
Artimus Pyle - drums
Randall Hall - guitar, backing vocals
Kurt Custer - drums

Lynyrd Skynyrd
(1991 - 1993) Johnny Van Zant - lead vocals
Gary Rossington - guitar
Billy Powell - keyboards
Randall Hall - guitar, backing vocals
Ed King - guitar
Leon Wilkeson - bass, backing vocals
Kurt Custer - drums

Lynyrd Skynyrd
(1993 - 1994) Johnny Van Zant - lead vocals
Gary Rossington - guitar
Ed King - guitar
Mike Estes - guitar
Leon Wilkeson - bass, backing vocals
Billy Powell - keyboards
Kurt Custer - drums (replaced by Owen Hale because of a drug problem)

Lynyrd Skynyrd
(1994 - 1996) Johnny Van Zant - lead vocals
Gary Rossington - guitar
Billy Powell - keyboards
Ed King - guitar
Mike Estes - guitar
Leon Wilkeson - bass, backing vocals
Owen Hale - drums

Lynyrd Skynyrd
(1996 - 1998) Johnny Van Zant - lead vocals
Gary Rossington - guitar
Billy Powell - keyboards
Rickey Medlocke - guitar, backing vocals
Hughie Thomasson - guitar, backing vocals
Leon Wilkeson - bass, backing vocals
Owen Hale - drums

Lynyrd Skynyrd
(1998 - 1999) Johnny Van Zant - lead vocals
Gary Rossington - guitar
Billy Powell - keyboards
Rickey Medlocke - guitar, backing vocals
Hughie Thomasson - guitar, backing vocals
Leon Wilkeson - bass, backing vocals
Jeff McAllister - drums

Lynyrd Skynyrd
(1999) Johnny Van Zant - lead vocals
Gary Rossington - guitar
Billy Powell - keyboards
Rickey Medlocke - guitar, backing vocals
Hughie Thomasson - guitar, backing vocals
Leon Wilkeson - bass, backing vocals
Kenny Aronoff - drums

Lynyrd Skynyrd
(1999 - 2001) Johnny Van Zant - lead vocals
Gary Rossington - guitar
Billy Powell - keyboards
Rickey Medlocke - guitar, backing vocals
Hughie Thomasson - guitar, backing vocals
Leon Wilkeson - bass, backing vocals
Michael Cartellone - drums

Lynyrd Skynyrd
(2001 - 2005) Johnny Van Zant - lead vocals
Gary Rossington - guitar
Billy Powell - keyboards
Rickey Medlocke - guitar, backing vocals
Hughie Thomasson - guitar, backing vocals
Ean Evans - bass, backing vocals
Michael Cartellone - drums

Lynyrd Skynyrd
(2005 - 2006) Johnny Van Zant - lead vocals
Gary Rossington - guitar
Billy Powell - keyboards
Rickey Medlocke - guitar, backing vocals
Ean Evans - bass, backing vocals
Michael Cartellone - drums

Lynyrd Skynyrd
(March 13, 2006 - One Performance) Johnny Van Zant - lead vocals
Gary Rossington - guitar
Ed King - guitar
Bob Burns - drums on "Sweet Home Alabama," percussion on "Freebird"
Artimus Pyle - percussion on "Sweet Home Alabama," drums on "Freebird"
Billy Powell - keyboards
Rickey Medlocke - guitar
Ean Evans - bass

Lynyrd Skynyrd
(2006 - present) Johnny Van Zant - lead vocals
Gary Rossington - guitar
Billy Powell - keyboards
Rickey Medlocke - guitar, backing vocals
Mark Matejka - guitar, backing vocals
Ean Evans - bass, backing vocals
Michael Cartellone - drums

 

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  posted on 4/30/2007 at 07:16 AM
Found this on Wikipedia also. When I was reading through there I also noticed that Tony Iommi played with Tull

[ i] "guitarist Toni Iommi played guitar for Jethro Tull briefly in 1968 following the departure of Mick Abrahams. The only recording of him with Jethro Tull is on The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus although his guitar is not heard as all of the music (excepting Ian Anderson's vocals and flute) was dubbed in afterwards. He was never intended to be a permanent member and was soon replaced by Martin Barre. "[/b]

Jethro Tull Band Members (By Year)
1967 - 1968 Ian Anderson - lead vocals, flute, harmonica, acoustic guitar, piano
Mick Abrahams - guitar, vocals
Glenn Cornick - bass
Clive Bunker - drums, percussion


A little in 1968 Ian Anderson - lead vocals, flute, harmonica, acoustic guitar, keyboards, mandolin
Tony Iommi - guitar, flute
Glenn Cornick - bass
Clive Bunker - drums, percussion


1968 - 1969 Ian Anderson - lead vocals, flute, harmonica, acoustic guitar, keyboards, mandolin
Martin Barre - guitar, flute
Glenn Cornick - bass
Clive Bunker - drums, percussion


1969 - 1970 Ian Anderson - lead vocals, flute, acoustic guitar
Martin Barre - guitar, vocals
Glenn Cornick - bass, vocals
Clive Bunker - drums, percussion, vocals
John Evan - keyboards, piano, vocals


1970 - 1971 Ian Anderson - lead vocals, flute, acoustic guitar
Martin Barre - guitar, flute, recorder
Jeffrey Hammond - bass, recorder, vocals
Clive Bunker - drums, percussion
John Evan - keyboards, piano


1971 - 1975 Ian Anderson - lead vocals, flute, acoustic guitar, soprano saxophone
Martin Barre - guitar
Jeffrey Hammond - bass, vocals
Barriemore Barlow - drums, percussion
John Evan - keyboards, piano


1975 - 1976 Ian Anderson - lead vocals, flute, acoustic guitar
Martin Barre - guitar
John Glascock - bass, vocals
Barriemore Barlow - drums, percussion
John Evan - keyboards, piano


1976 - 1978
1978 - 1979 Ian Anderson - lead vocals, flute, acoustic guitar, tin whistle
Martin Barre - guitar
John Glascock - bass, vocals
Barriemore Barlow - drums, percussion
John Evan - keyboards, piano
David Palmer - keyboards, synthesiser


1978 Ian Anderson - lead vocals, flute, acoustic guitar, tin whistle
Martin Barre - guitar
Tony Williams - bass
Barriemore Barlow - drums, percussion
John Evan - keyboards, piano
David Palmer - keyboards, synthesiser


1979 - 1980 Ian Anderson - lead vocals, flute, acoustic guitar
Martin Barre - guitar
Dave Pegg - bass, mandolin, vocals
Barriemore Barlow - drums, percussion
John Evan - keyboards, piano
David Palmer - keyboards, synthesiser


1980 - 1981 Ian Anderson - lead vocals, flute, acoustic guitar
Martin Barre - guitar
Dave Pegg - bass, mandolin, vocals
Mark Craney - drums
Eddie Jobson - keyboards, violin


1981 band inactive; musicians taking part in recording sessions:
Ian Anderson - lead vocals, flute, acoustic guitar, keyboards
Martin Barre - guitar
Dave Pegg - bass, mandolin, vocals
Gerry Conway - drums


1982 Ian Anderson - lead vocals, flute, acoustic guitar
Martin Barre - guitar
Dave Pegg - bass, mandolin, vocals
Gerry Conway - drums
Paul Burgess - drums
Peter - John Vettese - keyboards


1984 - 1985 Ian Anderson - lead vocals, flute, acoustic guitar
Martin Barre - guitar
Dave Pegg - bass, mandolin, vocals
Gerry Conway - drums
Doane Perry - drums
Peter - John Vettese - keyboards


1985 - 1987 band inactive; musicians taking part in ocassional appearances and recording sessions:
Ian Anderson - lead vocals, flute, guitar, acoustic guitar
Martin Barre - guitar
Dave Pegg - bass, mandolin, vocals
Gerry Conway - drums
Doane Perry - drums
Peter - John Vettese - keyboards
Eddie Jobson - keyboard, violin
Ric Sanders - violin


1987 - 1988 Ian Anderson - lead vocals, flute, acoustic guitar
Martin Barre - guitar
Dave Pegg - bass, mandolin, vocals
Doane Perry - drums
Don Airey - keyboards


1988 - 1991 Ian Anderson - lead vocals, flute, acoustic guitar, harmonica, mandolin
Martin Barre - guitar, mandolin
Dave Pegg - bass, mandolin, vocals
Doane Perry - drums
Maartin Allcock - keyboards, acoustic guitar


1991 - 1992 Ian Anderson - lead vocals, flute, acoustic guitar
Martin Barre - guitar
Dave Pegg - bass, mandolin, vocals
Doane Perry - drums
Dave Mattacks - drums
Maartin Allcock - keyboards
Andrew Giddings - keyboards


1992 - 1995 Ian Anderson - lead vocals, flute, acoustic guitar, harmonica
Martin Barre - guitar
Dave Pegg - bass, mandolin, vocals
Doane Perry - drums
Andrew Giddings - keyboards


1995 - 2006 Ian Anderson - lead vocals, flute, acoustic guitar, mandolin, mandocello, harmonica, bamboo flute
Martin Barre - guitar
Jonathan Noyce - bass
Doane Perry - drums
Andrew Giddings - keyboards


2007 Ian Anderson - lead vocals, flute, acoustic guitar, mandolin, mandocello, harmonica, bamboo flute
Martin Barre - guitar
David Goodier - bass
James Duncan / Doane Perry - drums
John O'Hara - keyboards


[Edited on 4/30/2007 by jszfunk]

 

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  posted on 4/30/2007 at 07:59 AM
Without a doubt the winner for members and family tree branch offs are Deep Purple. I have an awesome family tree but no scanner unfortunately. But it is wild to see how many played in the band and how they connected with so many other bands and artists.

P-Funk was another good example although I think only musicians should be counted and not dancers. Otherwise MC Hammer wins. That guy had 50-60 people dancing at times. Then he found out that he had to pay them union scale and went broke.

Mayall's Bluesbreakers is another good one. Loads of people played with him.

 

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P-Funk was another good example although I think only musicians should be counted and not dancers.
Also, C-Mule, guitar players clad only in diapers should not count as musicians.
Disqualified for life.
Cross-dressers don't count, either.
Not sure how severe to be about men with eyeliner.

. . . Okay, let's disqualify them, too.

 

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P-Funk was another good example although I think only musicians should be counted and not dancers.
Also, C-Mule, guitar players clad only in diapers should not count as musicians.
Disqualified for life.
Cross-dressers don't count, either.
Not sure how severe to be about men with eyeliner.

. . . Okay, let's disqualify them, too.


Ask SamFoy about those cross dressers.

 

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  posted on 4/30/2007 at 09:04 AM
Guitarists in diapers don't count??? Guess I have to change my stage outfit. I will also have to run to the washroom during drum solos now.
 

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  posted on 4/30/2007 at 09:39 AM
actually, i bet that YES's family tree goes pretty deep,
lots of sub-bands and stuff like that.

 

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At one time years ago...Savoy Brown was documented with the most member changes...

45 different musicians on recorded music.......

not sure about now...but 45 is a lot of different folks......

 

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When Paul McCartney put out, "Flowers in the Dirt" (over 10 years ago), the album (CD) came with a poster of the McCartney family tree. This was a diagram of the various musicians that have played with Paul over the years and the bands that they had played with with. It was interesting and appropriate the the Allman Brothers - via former MACA drummer, Joe English appeared on the tree. Joe English was the Wings drummer who also played with Sea Level during Jaimoe's absence. I've still got the poster somewhere.

 

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  posted on 4/30/2007 at 11:38 AM
I would think once you get to The Byrds or Buffalo Springfield (especially combined), the family tree would get unwieldly.
 
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  posted on 4/30/2007 at 12:14 PM
How bout Steely Dan?? Dire Straits??

 

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  posted on 4/30/2007 at 02:27 PM
Bluesbreakers, Fleetwood Mac, Yardbirds, ABB

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Here is a link to Deep Purple Roots to Branches

http://www.thehighwaystar.com/rosas/misc/dp-tree.html

 

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  posted on 4/30/2007 at 05:41 PM
That's the one I was talking about.
 

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Roomful of Blues

Current

* Chris Vachon, guitar
* Dave Howard, vocals
* Dima Gorodetsky, upright bass and bass guitar
* Ephraim Lowell, drums
* Travis Colby, piano and B3 organ
* Rich Lataille, tenor and alto saxophone
* Bob Enos, trumpet
* Mark Earley, baritone saxophone and tenor saxophone

Past

This is a partial list:

* Duke Robillard, vocal and guitar
* Ronnie Earl, guitar
* Al Copley, piano
* Ron Levy, piano and organ
* Porky Cohen, trombone
* Fran Christina, drums
* Larry Peduzzi, bass
* Greg Piccolo, vocal and tenor sax
* Curtis Salgado, vocal
* Lou Ann Barton, vocal
* Sugar Ray Norcia, vocal and harp
* John Rossi, drums
* Doug James a.k.a. "Mr. Low", baritone saxophone
* Preston Hubbard, bass
* John Rossi, drums
* Marty Ballou, bass
* Junior Brantley, Keyboards
* Tommy K., Guitar
* Carl Querfurth, trombone and producer
* Ken "Doc" Grace, bass
* Mark DuFresne, vocals and harp
* Brad Hallen, bass
* Jason Corbiere, drums
* Mark Stevens, piano and Hammond B-3

 

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  posted on 4/30/2007 at 06:22 PM
I'm thinking the California groups; Buffalo Springfield, Poco, Eagles and The Byrds might have a family tree to rival most other bands.

 

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  posted on 4/30/2007 at 06:55 PM
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I'm thinking the California groups; Buffalo Springfield, Poco, Eagles and The Byrds might have a family tree to rival most other bands.


Exactly what I was thinking when I posted this a bit earlier.

http://www.allmanbrothersband.com/modules.php?op=modload&name=XForum&am p;file=post.edit&fid=126&tid=60646&pid=1373964

On that family tree you can even get from there to the Stones, Derek & The Dominoes, Rick Nelson, The Band, etc

 
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  posted on 5/1/2007 at 06:27 AM
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winner for members and family tree branch offs are Deep Purple
I have"The Very Best of Rainbow" on cd and it has a family tree drawn on the inside of the cd cover. Richie Blackmore must be the common thread that has ran off many musicians.

 
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