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Rock Hall Projected picks up with the induction class and will vote on at least 15 future Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction classes. The voting rules will continue from Rock Hall Revisited.
A spin-off project is ranking all of the performer inductees of both the Revisited and Projected classes. Thanks again to Gassman and others! Posted by Nicky Joe on Thursday, A lot can happen between now and October, but if the vote were happening today, I'd probably go with: Queens of the Stone Age for Darren, if nothing else. Posted by AlexVoltaire on Thursday, My ballot will probably be very close to yours.
I'd probably go with Foreigner over Boston if we really need another Classic Rock pick I'm not entirely sure we do. Boston to me is too much of a one album wonder, even if there was many studio innovations on that album.
TLC is a great pick and very deserving. It's time we induct Queens of the Stone Age, I imagine it will be easier if there new album that should come out this year is as good as Brian Eno is my 1 snub at this moment.
Not sure which way I'll go. Posted by Gassman on Thursday, I don't know how my ballot will look come September, but I can list all of the acts that I think are worthy of being inducted into our project. I can be swayed on an act that isn't listed here, and in fact I hope I am. I love coming across an act on here that I'm unfamiliar with and learning more of their work, and I'm always open to discussion. I'll break them down by genre. I'm worried that since he, as an individual, is already in, he won't garner enough support and we'll miss an opportunity getting an electronic act in that cycle.
I haven't looked at the newly eligibles for this upcoming season. I'm open to discussion and would love to add names and have more to choose from. I try to have an open mind with every genre and every act. Posted by Steve Z on Thursday, Davy Johnstone is a terrific choice for sideman-love it! Posted by Michelle on Thursday, Every year around the time of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's nominee announcement, we vote on and induct artists into our own Hall of Fame.
It's open to everyone, so stick around and join in, if you'd like! Nicky Joe - Those are great picks and there are some more that I have to look into. In regards to the Del-Tones and the Ray-Men, does anybody have any info as to who was in these bands?
I've been trying to do research on them, but I can't find anywhere whom the individuals consisting of the Del-Tones or The Ray-Men were, which is why I've hesitated on voting for them in the past. I have a feeling most people have a clear idea who the important performers are, but the other categories are a bit more challenging, especially sidemen. I have therefore started with a search for some of most important non-performers and sidemen that we have forgotten, by looking at some of the greatest records of all time.
Alvin Tyler is one of the most important figures in the early days of rock 'n' roll. In those recordings, he often acted as the arranger as well. He later ventured more into jazz, his first love, but he regularly performed with other New Orleans musicians like Earl Palmer, Allen Toussaint and Lee Allen.
For non-performer, I recommend Robert "Bumps" Blackwell. Blackwell is a producer, arranger and songwriter, best known for launching the career of both Little Richard and Sam Cooke.
In the late s, he was a bandleader of jazz band which members included Ray Charles and Quincy Jones. In the early s, Art Rupe hired him for Specialty Records as an arranger.
That song became Richard's big breakthrough. After this, he produced all Little Richard's hit songs and became his manager until he left music. In , he was the producer who oversaw the launch of the secular career of former gospel star Sam Cooke. Posted by DarinRG on Thursday, I've been a little cautious on Brian Eno for the same reason that Steve Z expressed, but ultimately I think that relegating him to NP was the most boneheaded decision ever made in this project.
He was largely the victim of a confluence of the Little Steven faction of the group colliding with the faction who though that every prog act to have a gold album needed to be inducted right away and it was a way to get a deserving artist who didn't fit either agenda out of the way. This really needs to be fixed. Where we're at on the timeline, electronic music shouldn't be a one spot a year novelty. We have a lot of catching up to do. He's such an important genre root act that merits a sit down and rethink.
I'm loving the lists that I'm seeing from people today. This is consistently a high quality project and I have faith that it will continue to be. Posted by Paul in KY on Friday, Thinking ahead to who we might induct later this year, and having been impressed with Steve Z's shortlist of potential inductees, I have been contemplating some other artists that I would hope could be considered.
One that has been on my mind and my playlists fairly recently is The Residents. Admittedly, The Residents are not for everybody; heck, they may not be recording artists in the truest sense of the word. None the less, they are performance art; and like any performance art, The Residents are uniquely influential to a varied and just as influential collection of artists.
I suppose what makes The Residents difficult to consider is we do not know who they are. Well, I and others have a guess that The Residents are or were the Cryptic Corporation; yet they will never admit it publicly. With little knowledge of the collective to be aware of, that leaves no chance for radio airplay, low selling albums and the Residents not being rich.
I would say start with hearing and seeing their pre catalogue before exploring the Mr. Be advised you may not be able to dance to their music; yet it will have your attention. So, what say all of you fellow posters? Are there inductees that have had similar artistic endeavors? Let me know in any comments you might have. It should be a worthy discussion. Posted by Lax34 on Monday, I am curious if there's a page you can link me to where I can see the write ups for the revisited and projected inductees in to the Rock Hall as I would like to see who inducts them in this alternate version.
Posted by Nicky Joe on Saturday, I'm going to do a write up for Alice in Chains. Alice in Chains Seattle, Washington , present Inducted members: Stone Man in the Box Would Out of all the grunge bands popping up in the late s and early s. Alice in Chains was without a doubt the darkest of all of them, their sound was much closer to heavy metal than punk and alternative rock and most of that is owed to the heaviness of the guitars.
Then you have the thunderous drumming of Sean Kinney who pounds these drums in a way that would impress John Bonham and Keith Moon. However, there is one aspect of the group not to be overlooked, the vocals of the late Layne Staley who combines tortured screeches, depressing vocals and multiple harmonies alongside writing lyrics concerning mixed views on religion, drug abuse and death. Unfortunately by the late '90s, Layne vanished to his condo and was almost never seen by anyone and eventually and unfortunately met his fate and died at the young age of 34 with many hard rock and heavy metal legends like Phil Anselmo, James Hetfield, Kirk Hammett, Maynard James Keenan, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden and Zakk Wylde paying tributes and acknowledging his amazing talent.
Thankfully, William DuVall has been doing a brilliant job at filling in a void that even the biggest legends would struggle to full-fill and satisfy and more than ever there's been a focus on vocal harmonies and doomy, punky riffing that despite mixed reviews from the know-it-all critics have been well received by their purest fans.
It's safe to say you'd be hard-pressed to find a group that will ever come close to having the unique and phenomenal talent of Alice in Chains. Posted by Nicky Joe on Wednesday, Nicky, nice writeup, but how were we able to score Ann Wilson to induct them? Has there been an actual induction ceremony for our Rock Hall Projected that I'm unaware of? Posted by Paul in KY on Thursday, Just trying to help polish off a project that has been all over the place, it's not serious, it's just all made up.
Nicky, thought everything else but the 'inducting person' could be taken completely seriously. It is a fine writeup, IMO. Please try another one. Thin Lizzy Dublin, Ireland , , present Inducted members: Initially a three piece band consisting of bassist and lead vocalist Phil Lynott, drummer Brian Downey and guitarist Eric Bell, the trio initially struggled to find any significant success in Ireland but in , they released a cover of a classic Irish tune called "Whiskey in the Jar" which was a big hit in the U.
A then year old Scottish guitarist called Brian Robertson a. However, drug abuse plagued the band in the late s which saw the departure of Brian Robertson who was replaced by Gary Moore with who played with them on 's Black Rose: A Rock Legend which despite being a big hit in the UK and Ireland once again, it failed to make a significant dent in the US which unfortunately rendered them a one-hit wonder over there.
Moore ended up leaving the group and was replaced by Snowy White with two albums that failed to live up to their previous records especially in Renegade's case which peaked at 38 in the UK Charts but they made a comeback on their final record. The band have done some heavy touring since and have kept the spirit of the legendary hard rock band alive but even without Thin Lizzy almost all of the members proved they could hold their own. John Sykes went on to play with Whitesnake and contributed to their self-titled record which went multi-platinum in the U.
The late Gary Moore had a successful career with many albums in the UK being certified silver and one even went platinum. As one of the bands associated with the college rock genre of the s alongside inductee R. They helped mix hardcore punk with folk and pop smarts so amazingly but never to the point of drastically reducing their heaviness, thanks to the songwriting capabilities, aggressive guitars of Bob Mould, speedy drumming of Grant Hart and catchy basslines of Greg Norton.
Ever since their breakup in , Bob Mould and Grant Hart focused on solo careers and other band projects whilst Greg Norton entered the culinary industry with the closest to a full reunion was when Bob Mould and Grant Hart performed together at a reunion show, quite said that we'll never see a full scale reunion from this underrated power trio.
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