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Favorite Lineup of Bands who Changed Members

Robert Peed

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Eagles Don Henley, Glen Frey, Randy Meisner, Don Felder, Joe Walsh

Journey Steve Perry, Neal Schon, Gregg Rolie, Steve Smith, Ross Valory

AC/DC Bon Scott, Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Cliff Williams, Phil Rudd

Van Halen Eddie Van Halen, Alex Van Halen, Sammy Hagar, Michael Anthony

Kansas Steve Walsh, Robby Steinhardt, Kerry Livgren, Rich Williams, Dave Hope and Phil Ehart

Styx Dennis DeYoung, Tommy Shaw, Chuck Panozzo, John Panozzo, James Young

REO Speedwagon Kevin Cronin, Bruce Hall, Neal Doughty, Gary Richrath, Alan Gratzer
 

jawajt

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The Roots with Kamal on keys and Leonard Hubbard on bass.

The Brand New Heavies with N’Dea Davenport on vocals.

The Drive-By Truckers with Jason Isbell

The Byrds with Gram Parsons

Foo Fighters with Chris Shifflett
 

Twisted Pair

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Eagles Don Henley, Glen Frey, Randy Meisner, Don Felder, Joe Walsh

Journey Steve Perry, Neal Schon, Gregg Rolie, Steve Smith, Ross Valory

AC/DC Bon Scott, Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Cliff Williams, Phil Rudd

Van Halen Eddie Van Halen, Alex Van Halen, Sammy Hagar, Michael Anthony

Kansas Steve Walsh, Robby Steinhardt, Kerry Livgren, Rich Williams, Dave Hope and Phil Ehart

Styx Dennis DeYoung, Tommy Shaw, Chuck Panozzo, John Panozzo, James Young

REO Speedwagon Kevin Cronin, Bruce Hall, Neal Doughty, Gary Richrath, Alan Gratzer
I agree on every one of these. Good call
 

Freezoner

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  • The Rolling Stones: Jagger, Jones, Richards, Watts, Wyman
  • The Mothers of Invention: Black, Collins, Estrada, (Jim Fields), Gardner, Mundi, Preston, Zappa
  • Fleetwood Mac: Fleetwood, Green, Kirwan, MacVie, Spencer
  • King Crimson: Fripp, Giles, Lake, McDonald, Sinfield (tough one b/c I loved Bruford, Cross, Fripp, Muir, Wetton)
  • Genesis: Banks, Collins, Gabriel, Hackett, Rutherford
  • Yes: Anderson, Bruford, Howe, Squire, Wakeman
  • Roxy Music: Eno, Ferry, MacCay, Manzanera, Thompson
  • Gong: Allen, Blake, Hillage, Howlett, Malherbe, Moerlen, Smyth
  • The Clash: Headon, Jones, Simenon, Strummer
  • Pretenders: Chambers, Farndon, Honeyman-Scott, Hynde
  • Zappa (solo): Belew, Bozzio, Marrs, Mann, O'Hearn, Zappa
  • Bowie: Bolder, Ronson, Woodmansey
Of course, most of these are consistent with what others have posted so I apologize with any and all redundencies.
 

gman1951

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Some I didn't see mentioned:

Weather Report: anything with Jaco
Return to Forever: with Bill Connors
Chicago: anything with Terry Kath
Sons of Champlain: anything with Terry Haggarty
Family: The Fearless era with Roger Chapman, Charlie Whitney, Poli Palmer, John Welton, and Rob Townsend
Gentle Giant: Derek Shulman, Ray Shulman, Gary Green, Kenny Minnear, and John Weathers
Big Wreck: Ian Thornley, Brian Doherty, Paulo Neta, David McMillan, and Brad Park
Buffalo Springfield: Steven Stills, Richie Furay, Jim Messina, Neil Young, Dewey Martin, and Bruce Palmer
Jeff Beck: Jeff Beck, Rod Stewart, Ron Wood, and Micky Waller
Procol Harum: Anything with Robin Trower
Supertramp: Anything with Roger Hodgson
The Who: Anything with Keith Moon
 

Shuster

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These Guy's have gone thru so many band member changes, the only original member left is the Singer?! They still tear it up though,,,

 

Bernardo G.

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Iron Maiden with Bruce.
Immortal with Abbath switching from bass to guitar.
Motorhead with Brian Robertson.
Kiss with Bruce Kulick.
Dimmu Borgir with ICS Vortex on bass and Astennu on guitars.
 

tweedeater

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I hope this is worthwhile to discuss ...
Deep Purple: Even though RB is my favorite guitarist, and I really like everything he has played on, my favorite lineup only produced one album:

Come Taste the Band - Tommy Bolin, David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes, Jon Lord, Ian Paice.

Thin Lizzy: Phil Lynott, Brian Robertson, Scott Gorham, Brian Downey.

Eagles: Don Felder, Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmidt, Glenn Frey, Don Henley.

That's what makes us all individuals. I'll take the original Eagles (saw them live), although Victim of Love is a killer song, and my fav on Hotel... And I definitely have to go with the Machine Head lineup for DP.
 

Soul Man

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  • KISS - w/ Ace and Peter (Although I loved Bruce, anything after Dynasty was KISS 2.0)
  • Chicago - with Kath & Cetera
  • The Beach Boys - Not Mike Love's stupid cover band
  • The Blues Brothers - w/ Dan & John (sorry Jim but you're terrible)
  • Original Letterman 4 pc - Paul, Hiram (or Sid), Will & Steve (or Anton)
  • Grateful Dead - w/ Brent
  • Genesis - w/o Peter
  • Booker T & The MG's - w/ Duck
  • Anyone - not being produced by Phil Spector
  • Elvis - w/ the TCB Band
  • SNL Band - w/ GE Smith (but really, I love all versions of the SNL band but the GE era was special)
  • Doobie Brothers - w/ Michael McDonald
  • Clapton w/ Dominos > Clapton w/ Cream
  • Yardbirds - w/ Clapton
 

A-Bone

Montonero, MOY, Multitudes
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Roxy Music - Brian Eno, Bryan Ferry, Phil Manzanera, Andy McKay, John Porter Paul Thompson

New Order - Bernard Sumner, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris, Gillian Gilbert

Public Image Ltd. - John Lydon, Keith Levene, Jah Wobble, Richard Dudanski

The Fall - Mark E. Smith,Paul Hanley, Stephen Hanley, Karl Burns, Mark Riley, Kay Carroll

The Go-Betweens - Grant McLennan, Robert Forster, Lindy Morrison, Robert Vickers

The Durutti Column - Vini Reilly, Martin Hannett

Pretenders - Chrissie Hynde, James Honeyman Scott, Pete Farndon, Martin Chambers
Amen. I almost mentioned New Order above, but I refuse to admit any other lineup is legitimate.
 

zwiefldraader

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John Mayal blues band with Clapton.
Not sure about this.
I adore Mayalls Bluesbreakers and although Beano was epic for the guitar tone aesthetics in its time I could say
Peter Green lineup in it's own way as well
Walter Trout/Coco Montoya was brutal twin guitar power
Buddy Whittington has great style and his rhythm playing is simply soooooo cool
and at the moment
Carolyn Wonderland is... Saw John three times within two decades and although he himself was more fierce in his "younger" days, the Wonderland lineup from his 85th anniversary tour just killed it.
Hard to pick a favourite.
 




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