I'm going to say that Phil Collins is my favourite. But only
as a drummer and backup singer. Oh, okay, he was a great frontman for Genesis after Gabriel left until they entered their pop schock phase. Seriously, though, I think Phil really is an accomplished drummer. And oh, hey, what do you all think about Carl Palmer?
No argument from me.
Larry Mullen, Jr.
Is he the one U2 member who is not Christian, or is it Adam Clayton, the bass player? I always forget.
Okay. But you know, I think he suffers from serious delusions of grandeur when it comes to his lyric writing. Or maybe it just looks like that. (I expect a deluge of posts from Rush fans voicing their extreme displeasure with my post at any second.
) My buddies and I in high school used to have a field day laughing at them. Of course, you could say this about any number of progressive bands that started in the 70's.....so maybe we were unfair and should have made fun of these other bands too. Come to think of it, we did. Just not as much as we did with Rush. Sorry, Rush fans. I actually really admire the band, even though their music is not exactly my thing. Geddy Lee seems like a pretty cool guy to me.
Richard "Ringo" Starkey
Really? Why, may I ask? Is it because you like the Beatles? I do like some of the catchy little tunes Ringo penned....like "Octopus' Garden".