If you could put 2 of your favorite liviing artists together recording a new studio album

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  1. Bill007

    Bill007 Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Boynton Beach, Fla
    I have to give this some further thought myself, but off the top of my head I would like to see Jeff Lynne and Tears For Fears.
  2. Bluepicasso

    Bluepicasso Android Confused

    Arlington, Va
    Bob Dylan and Tom Waits. Could tour as "Dylan & Waits".
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  3. J Alesait

    J Alesait Forum Resident

    Buenos Aires
    Jagger & McCartney.
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  4. mike s in nyc

    mike s in nyc Forum Resident

    new york, NY
    gillian welch and rhiannon giddens?

    bob dylan and loudon wainwright?

    elvis costello and david byrne?
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  5. mark winstanley

    mark winstanley Pick up a fast car, burn my name in the road

    Just because it would be so unusual
    Devin Townsend and Nick Cave
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  6. Combination

    Combination Forum Resident

    New Orleans
    Chris Thile & Richard Thompson
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  7. notesfrom

    notesfrom Forum Resident

    NC USA
    Mick Jagger and Mick Taylor.
    Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts.
    Keith Richards and Tom Waits (for no one).
    Paul and Ringo.
    Iggy Pop and Jeff Beck.
    The Gallagher Brothers.
    Morrissey & Marr.

    Etc., etc...
  8. IbMePdErRoIoAmL

    IbMePdErRoIoAmL lazy drunken hillbilly with a heart full of hate

    My thoughts exactly. Though, at this point, I'd be happy if either of them recorded a new album of original material. It's been 7/8 years for Bob & 8/9 years for Tom. Sheesh!
  9. bmh5879

    bmh5879 Forum Resident

    New Jersey
    Johnny Marr and Morrissey
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  10. ralph7109

    ralph7109 Forum Resident

    Franklin, TN
    McCartney and Swift
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  11. Devin S

    Devin S Approaching escape velocity

    This x 1000.
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  12. oxegen

    oxegen Forum Resident

    Dublin, Ireland
    David Crosby and Graham Nash.
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  13. matthew5

    matthew5 Forum Resident

    Tim Gane and Latetia Sadier
  14. Zappateer

    Zappateer Forum Resident

    Dylan & Bromberg
    Maria Muldaur & Dolly Parton
    Brian Wilson & Paul McCartney
    Ray Davies & Paul McCartney
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  15. Tristero

    Tristero Touching from a distance

  16. Daniel Plainview

    Daniel Plainview God's Lonely Man

    Brian Wilson and Mike Love... before it's too late.
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  17. Celine Dion & Buckethead
  18. Zappateer

    Zappateer Forum Resident

    Jerry Lee Lewis & Little Richard
    Ray Davies & Keith Richards
    Dave Davies & Mick Jagger
  19. Headfone

    Headfone Nothing Tops A Martin

    Cat Stevens and Van Morrison
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  20. JohnB

    JohnB Forum Resident

    Bob Dylan and Kristian Matsson (The Tallest Man on Earth)

    Bruce Springsteen and Van Morrison (The Shortest Man on Earth?)

    Mike Scott and Adam Duritz
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  21. Bullis

    Bullis Forum Resident

    Dylan and Keith.
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  22. mark winstanley

    mark winstanley Pick up a fast car, burn my name in the road

    Brandi Carlile and the Decemberists
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  23. MPLRecords

    MPLRecords Owner of nine copies of Tug of War

    That would probably be pretty interesting.
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  24. Disco Robot

    Disco Robot Forum Resident

    Seconded. Also would love to hear more collaborations between Hitchcock and Johnny Marr. Their one cowrite, 'Ordinary Millionaire', is great.
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  25. Most of these pairings are self-neutering, too big egos usually equals underwhelming results, particularly since most of these are well well well well well past their prime(s).
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