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If you could only listen to one artist, who would it be?

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If you could only listen to one artist for the rest of your life, who would you choose?

You can listen to all of their musical output, so work as a band member, collaborative work, and solo work is included.
 

iceman16

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BIGBERNARDBRESSLAW said:
If you could only listen to one artist for the rest of your life, who would you choose?

You can listen to all of their musical output, so work as a band member, collaborative work, and solo work is included.
Jim Croce
 

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BIGBERNARDBRESSLAW said:
If you could only listen to one artist for the rest of your life, who would you choose?

You can listen to all of their musical output, so work as a band member, collaborative work, and solo work is included.
Ronnie James Dio. Rainbow Rising, Black Sabbath's Heaven And Hell with Dio's Holy Diver. I have about 1,000 Cds from his career, so probably could spend the rest of my life listening to him.

We'll see how long your question lasts but my guess is it won't make it through the night!
 

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Queen, inc all solo projects, ie Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Talor, The Cross

...but not the recent stuff with Paul Rogers or Adam Lambert, not really Queen is it.
 

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james jamerson :) one of the best bass players ever period and worked on so so many great tracks.
 

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BIGBERNARDBRESSLAW said:
If you could only listen to one artist for the rest of your life, who would you choose?

You can listen to all of their musical output, so work as a band member, collaborative work, and solo work is included.
L.Cohen , I assume I can include covers of his songs ?
 
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cheeseboy said:
james jamerson :) one of the best bass players ever period and worked on so so many great tracks.
A session musician. Try again. *blum3*
 
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chrisr1718 said:
Queen, inc all solo projects, ie Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Talor, The Cross

...but not the recent stuff with Paul Rogers or Adam Lambert, not really Queen is it.
Surely not being Queen is a major plus point. *blum3*
 
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Diamond Joe said:
Oh that's easy, Marillion, they just get better and better, hoping to see them live again this year, if I can.
And you can have Fish solo stuff, The Europeans stuff, and Hogarth's collaborations too (if you want.
 
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richardw42 said:
I listen to some bands / singers more, but for me no contest.

PJ HARVEY
I'm hoping to see her in the summer, which will be the first time in over 20 years. Last time was at ULU London, where I managed to get into her dressing room to say hello. I still have the "PJ Harvey" sign from the dressing room door. *smile*
 

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She's brilliant.

New album out this year so I'm keeping a lookout for tour dates. Bit of a faff for me, but I bet going down to her recording sessions last year was something.
 
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richardw42 said:
She's brilliant.

New album out this year so I'm keeping a lookout for tour dates. Bit of a faff for me, but I bet going down to her recording sessions last year was something.
I think I heard that 'Field Day' will be her only UK date in 2016.
 

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