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Freddie Mercury.


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I'd love to just luck up on Townes Van Zandt singing some of his songs in some honky tonk. Not to mention all the other songs he could write...

Oh man, you ain't kidding. He was number two on my list.


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Terry Kath, original Chicago Transit Authority guitarist. Simply incredible. Chicago would probably not have delved into that mushy stuff. At least not too soon.

The second would be Lowell George. 'Nuff said.


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The Electric Poet: Jim Morrison.


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Terry Kath, original Chicago Transit Authority guitarist. Simply incredible. Chicago would probably not have delved into that mushy stuff. At least not too soon.

The second would be Lowell George. 'Nuff said.

Not sure he would be my first choice, but a very good choice.
That guy could play a guitar.


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Since I can ever remember, Lenny Kravitz. Its how I met one of my best friends is by not remembering he wasnt dead.

Otherwise Duane Allman. I enjoy their tunes.


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Jimi



He possess great skills.
 
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Either Eddie Hazel or Roy Buchanan.
 
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SRV or Jeff Porcaro.


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I had the fortune to see SRV in about 1984

excellent show, but not front row,


Bowie, Winehouse, Hendrix and also Strummer (with the Clash, or the Mescaleros) come to mind



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Looked at this thread for a couple of days. I don’t know, there are so many. My first instinct is to say Stevie. Today, I thought of Buddy Holly. He was so young when he died, yet his influence is incredibly strong. His songs are stil covered today. I wonder what he would have produced if he lived.


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Jimi
I saw him about a month before he died.


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2nd choice is Ella Fitzgerald
 
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Hendrix
 
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John Lee Hooker or Muddy Waters. Have to flip a coin.
 
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Although he is best known as a composer, Mozart. Mozart. Mozart. Mozart. Mozart.


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Kind of a jacked question. Bring them back when they were in their prime, or as they were when they passed away? Very different answers.


I think it is probably safe to assume that he intends to bring the person back when they still had their skill. What is the point otherwise?

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well, Sinatra did have lots of hookers and blow, even after his prime!
 
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Jim Morrison or Ron McKernan (Pigpen)!


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Randy Rhoads would be my first pick. Never been a big Sinatra fan but how cool would that be to see him.

I would also pick Ronnie James Dio, but if I had to choose, I would pick Freddie Mercury and take my wife. That would give me a lot of points to bank with her.


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