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Best musicians that played in two popular bands?

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you've got a point there ;)

Warren Ellis (Bad Seeds, Grinderman, Dirty Three)

Martyn Casey (Bad Seeds, Grinderman, The Triffids)

Jim Sclavunos (Bad Seeds, Grinderman, The Cramps)

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Hello 'new and confused' :) Why are you confused? Stick around, explore, post. If you go to the Random Thoughts forum, there's a thread you can drop by to introduce yourself formally ;)

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Paul Weller - The Jam, Style Council

Randy Meisner - Eagles, Poco

Ritchie Blackmore - Deep Purple, Rainbow

Jerry Harrison - Talking Heads, Modern Lovers

Karl Wallinger - Waterboys, World Party

Howard Devoto - Buzzcocks, Magazine

Ringo Starr - Rory Storm and the Hurricanes, Beatles

Duane Allman, Allman brothers, Derek and the Dominos

Neil Finn (and Paul Hester) - Split Enz, Crowded House

Randy Bachman - Guess Who, BTO

Adrian Belew - Talking Heads, Frank Zappa, King Crimson

Michael McDonald - Doobie Brothers, Steely Dan

Damon Albarn - Blur, Gorillaz

Kim Deal - Pixies, Breeders

Benny Andersson - Hep Stars, ABBA

Bjorn Ulvaeus - Hootenanny Singers, ABBA

Some notable Australians:

Glenn Shorrock - Twilights, Axiom, Little River Band

Mark McEntee - Air Supply, Divinyls

LBB

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Thanks Peaches, I do try to rock as often as I can.

Now there are some bands who are sub-sets of other bands, so their members are in both:

Talking Heads -> Tom Tom Club

Genesis -> Mike and the Mechanics

I'm sure there are more...

LBB

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And let's not forget:

Steve Marriott: Small Faces, Humble Pie

Barry Andrews: XTC, Shriekback

Alex Chilton: Box Tops, Big Star

Gram Parsons: Byrds, Flying Burrito Brothers

Gene Clark: Byrds, Dillard & Clark

Jay Farrar: Uncle Tupelo, Son Volt

Jeff Tweedy: Uncle Tupelo, Wilco

Peter Frampton: the Herd, Humble Pie

Mick Fleetwood and John McVie: Bluesbreakers, Fleetwood Mac

Mick Taylor: Bluesbreakers, Rolling Stones

Paul Rodgers: Free, Bad Company

... and a bit closer to home:

Dave Dobbyn: Th'Dudes, DD Smash

Ross Wilson: Daddy Cool, Mondo Rock

Bon Scott: The Valentines, AC/DC

LBBB

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Do these count?:

Ricky Fataar aka Stig O'Hara: Beach Boys, Rutles

Neil Innes aka Ron Nasty: Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band, Rutles

These are less controversial:

Mani: Stone Roses, Primal Scream

Martin Duffy: Primal Scream, Charlatans

Denny Laine: Moody Blues, Wings

Eric Burdon: Animals, War

Lowell George: Mothers of Invention, Little Feat

L,

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