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The Best

The Best

The Best


The Best may refer to at least four different artists: 1) A currently active power-pop/garage punk group from Austin, TX featuring members of FLESH LIGHTS, BAD SPORTS, and The OBN III's. 2) The Best was a short-lived supergroup featuring Keith Emerson (of Emerson, Lake & Palmer) on keyboards, John Entwistle (of The Who) on bass and vocals, Joe Walsh (Eagles, James Gang, and solo fame) on guitar and vocals, Jeff "Skunk" Baxter (Steely Dan, the Doobie Brothers) on guitar Read more on Last.fm
The Best may refer to at least four different artists: 1) A currently active power-pop/garage punk group from Austin, TX featuring members of FLESH LIGHTS, BAD SPORTS, and The OBN III's. 2) The Best was a short-lived supergroup featuring Keith Emerson (of Emerson, Lake & Palmer) on keyboards, John Entwistle (of The Who) on bass and vocals, Joe Walsh (Eagles, James Gang, and solo fame) on guitar and vocals, Jeff "Skunk" Baxter (Steely Dan, the Doobie Brothers) on guitar, and Simon Phillips (the Jack Bruce Band, 801, the Jeff Beck Group; later of Toto) on drums. Relative unknown Rick Livingstone sang lead vocals (along with Walsh and Entwistle). Backing vocals were provided by Hamish, Angus and Fergus Richardson of the band Brother. In a 1994 interview posted on The Who mailing list Entwistle said that The Best had toured Japan, and that an American tour had been planned but never came to fruition. In the same interview he also noted that drummer Zak Starkey had also been "in the band a while", presumably before Phillips joined.

In 2010, a DVD of the band's September 26, 1990 performance in Yokohama, Japan was released. 3) A Russian cover band from Kaliningrad. 4) Pop Group 1965-1966, Stockholm, Sweden MembersGuy Bates (vocals), Johnny Lundin (guitar), Bo Liljedahl (bass), Tommy Tausis (drums), Dennis Wilhelmsson (organ). Made one 7' only 'Back Door Man / Whatcha Gonna Do About It' Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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