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I think Freddie Mercury still had a lot of talent and showmanship but near the end of his life I think he closed out his career by singing with his operatic idol and that made him happy.

George Harrison I think would be my choice as a guitar player - he had so much more in his catalog ad could have collaborated with a lot more contemporaries. So he would be my pick for a guitarist.

Rick Wright would be my pick for a piano player - he was the glue to Pink Floyd. Most under-appreciated but perhaps the most gifted.



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I think Freddie Mercury still had a lot of talent and showmanship but near the end of his life I think he closed out his career by singing with his operatic idol and that made him happy.

George Harrison I think would be my choice as a guitar player - he had so much more in his catalog ad could have collaborated with a lot more contemporaries. So he would be my pick for a guitarist.

Rick Wright would be my pick for a piano player - he was the glue to Pink Floyd. Most under-appreciated but perhaps the most gifted.



George was a great song writer and guitar player and I am a big fan of his. I have learned to play several of his songs.
On Beatles albums George had Clapton playing the lead in a few of his songs. Clapton recorded a lot with the Beatles. And we all know the Layla story.


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Which one?

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Buddy Holly would be a huge one, I agree. Taken way too soon. Massively influential.
 
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Gary Moore.

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... Or Zeno Roth.


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I'm late to the party, but:

I was going to say JS Bach, Maestro's choice; but I have to go with my brother from another mother, Jim Shugart, and say Schubert. Mostly because he really dug musical evenings with his friends.

Of course I'd like to see him before the syphilis got to him. It's been said that if he were a head taller he might have gotten a wife and not had to sleep with prostitutes...and lived perhaps another 30-40 years. Imagine!


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so now we have petty ,harrison and orbison,
I see a wilbury's reunion, almost





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What if there was a drawing to pick a musician’s name from among those nominated, to be brought back from the dead.

What if such a drawing took place and you found out the winner is: Zeno Roth

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At least no one chose GG Allen.

If Lawrence Welk or Glen Miller played an instrument then one of them would be my second choice. Yes, Glen Miller.


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What if there was a drawing to pick a musician’s name from among those nominated, to be brought back from the dead.

What if such a drawing took place and you found out the winner is: Zeno Roth

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At least no one chose GG Allen.

If Lawrence Welk or Glen Miller played an instrument then one of them would be my second choice. Yes, Glen Miller.


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