royclough wrote:I gather Hicks and Elliott may not be there at the HOF induction.
Asfor classic line up interesting in my view Kinks was Davis Brothers Quaife and Ivory (by the way in a recent interview Ray Davis talked of a possible re-union, obviously he mentioned Dave Davis but was not specific about others but can't see it happening myself)
Hollies classic line up more of a difficult question. Clarke, Hicks and Eliott certainly there but does one go for Nash or Sylvester, Haydock or Calvert.
For me have to be Nash though Haydock or Calvert not really bothered.
Sylvester did make a good replacement for Nash though.
JeffZ wrote:Actually I agree about John Blunt having the best technical chops of any of their drummers. I also understand Roy's point that he really didn't fit with the other guys personality wise, but he gave a nice kick to the singles he played on, and what live stuff I've seen on YouTube he always sounds very good. In the earlier vids both Mike and John seemed to like the groove he was laying down.
How about Mick Avory? Again, no chance of it happening but he's both a great drummer and a very nice guy (I got to meet him at a Kinks show years ago). Also he's keeping his chops up with the Kast Off Kinks...
JeffZ wrote:It would be interesting if the Searchers were to get into the HOF; would John and Frank go if Mike were there? I'm inclined to think probably not but I'd like to hear Roy's take on the subject.
ozmag wrote:JeffZ wrote:It would be interesting if the Searchers were to get into the HOF; would John and Frank go if Mike were there? I'm inclined to think probably not but I'd like to hear Roy's take on the subject.
I think they would attend something like this event, they may not talk much and it would be interesting who did the talking but it's an honour that is hard to turn down
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