Plenty of bands out there who were as good or better and quite a bit of their ground breaking stuff was plagiarised or influenced by other artists and made popular by them due to their standing. Still like their early stuff though before McCartney took them down the dirgy routeTough. I think I'd have to say The Beatles
If we are being pedantic (which I am ) - A ‘supergroup’ isn’t a group that is super (which the Beatles were of course!) but one that is formed of musicians that were already famous in their own right and highly successful from playing in other groups (I‘m not sure the Quarrymen or Sutcliffe playing in a Bugle band before forming with the Beetles or Ringo’s hitherto career with Rory Storm and the Hurricanes is much of a qualifying criteria )Tough. I think I'd have to say The Beatles
I’m getting a strange sense of deja vu....
After 4 years on NSC I am personally starting to see the same old, same old regurgitating itself.
Have we come to a crossroads in original topic threads?
Every time the adverts come on it's "Who killed the f*ing Zutons". I'm not buying it on principle.
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You forgot Tom Petty?Honourable mention to Cream and Blind Faith but for me the winner by a country mile is The Travelling Wilburys. Dylan, Jeff Lynne, The Big O, George Harrison and Jim Keltner are all favourites of mine and win by a country mile for me. Thanks to @jakarta for highlighting that I forgot to mention...www.northstandchat.com