You know the drill: Dugout Chatter is Rock Town Hall’s rapid-fire thread that requires nothing more than your gut answers! Don’t think too long. Don’t think too hard. Perhaps you shouldn’t think at all. No one’s an expert on the topics that follow. Just answer the questions.
If you have to listen to one, do you choose “scary” music (eg, Vampire Rock) or “funny” music?
If you could add a dedicated second musician playing a particular instrument to the works of a 1-man band album (eg, some McCartney and Rundgren albums), which instrument would you have played by a second musician on which artist’s release? (Sorry, that may be the most convoluted question in Dugout Chatter history.)
Which musician should consider sticking to his or her secondary instrument (eg, as Phil Collins did after becoming a lead vocalist)?
With its frequent use in advertising campaigns it could be argued that The Faces‘ “Ooh La La” is not the band’s best-known song. This song was sung by the band’s tertiary vocalist, Ron Wood. Can you think of another band whose best-known song is sung by even a secondary vocalist?
If we were to design a Rock Town Hall app what would it do?
Speaking on behalf of Oats and bostonhistorian, I look forward to your answers.