Help stack the deck!

Get with the beats, the riffs, the harmony, or if you wanna go to hell, Phil Collins.
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Help stack the deck!

Post by succotash_54 » Sat Nov 18, 2006 3:05 am

So, yeah, there is a Vocal Group Hall Of Fame. I've been following this one as well as the Rock and Roll one. The cool thing here though is that the public can help vote on this! So, I'd appreciate your help with this.

DISCLAIMERS: 1) You will need to supply an email address. You'll probably have to follow some link to verify your vote. 2) Yes, I'm asking you to vote for groups that I like. Crude, I know, but with the exception of Josh and maybe Chris, you guys don't know who the majority of the artists are. (hell, there are some on there even I don't recognize.)

If you see a name on there that you do recognize and would prefer to vote for over one of my choices, fine. Choose that one. So, let's vote!

Link to the ballot:

For the '50s, please consider:

The Crew Cuts
The Fleetwoods
The Four Preps (ESPECIALLY this one!)

For the 60s, please consider:

The Byrds
The Cookies
The Hollies
The Lovin' Spoonful
The Moody blues
Spanky And Our Gang

For the 70s, please consider:

The Del-Fonics
Harold Melvin And The Blue-Notes
(I understand if you guys vote for Queen instead of one of the others, it's a tough call for me)

For the 80s, please consider:

The Traveling Wilburys
(please don't vote for Journey)

For duos, please consider:

Simon And Garfunkel
(please don't vote for Hall & Oates)

Use multiple email addresses if you can get away with it!

Thanks in advance.

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Help stack the deck!

Post by succotash_54 » Tue Nov 20, 2007 5:09 pm

It's that time again! Help stack the deck.

Same as last time (refer to previous post if you're not sure what the ordealy-yo is involved)

For the 50's, please consider:

the Crew Cuts
the Four Preps
the Mystics

For the 60's, please consider:

the Brothers Four
the Chad Mitchell Trio
the Happenings
the Orlons
the Seekers
Spanky And Our Gang

For the 70's, please consider:

Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes
the Three Degrees
the Village People

For the 80's, please consider:

the Travelin' Wilburys

For duos, please consider:

Peter & Gordon (please don't vote for Daryl Hall & John Oates)

Thanks again.

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