We haven't asked you to choose your keyboard favourites in the I'm in a Rock'n'Roll Band vote
In fact, the meat and two veg purists might contend that the keyboard is an unwelcome interloper into the classic vocals, guitar, bass, drums combination.
But in case anyone wants to consider what an ivories-tickling side order might bring to the main course of the Fantasy Band they have been assembling over the past few weeks, here are some suggestions.
Purely personal. Probably contentious. Just a bit of fun though - no need for anyone to get hot under the collar!
The 10 listed below are chosen for what they might bring to a band rather than on the basis of the fastness of their fingers.
First some notable omissions. No Wakeman and Emerson for me. Brilliant players without question, but could they integrate into a fantasy band line-up? I don't think so. The capes and knives would be out before you know it. These guys always end up being bigger than the band.
No Elton John or Ben Folds either. Great writers and stage performers and no one is doubting their technical ability - but would they be happy to camp out on the edge of stage behind a wall of keyboards and consoles while others hog the limelight? Of course not.
I'm ruling out Jools Holland too as he's been a band leader far longer than he was ever a sideman in Squeeze.
And would Tony Banks work in any band other than Genesis? I'm saying no. Just a bit of fun mind, remember.
So who's in?
1) Ray Manzarek
Not just the creator of maybe the most sophisticated top ten keyboard intro in history (fighting it out for my money with Party Fears Two by The Associates) but laying claim with his left hand for the bassist's job too.
Key Track - Light My Fire, The Doors
2) Dave Greenfield
His driving style would be a pulse-quickening boon to any band. Punks weren't supposed to be able to play this well.
Key Track - No More Heroes, The Stranglers
3) Brian Eno
Self-proclaimed non-musician, but one who would bring so much more to the party than mere keys-bothering. Any outfit featuring him would immediately become a 'Fantasy Band'.
Key Track - "Heroes", David Bowie
4) Steve Winwood
The 60s boy genius who went on to form Traffic and Blind Faith. His contributions to classic albums from acts as diverse as Marianne Faithfull to Paul Weller via Lou Reed show just how useful he could be to have around in any band.
Key Track - Gimme Some Lovin', Spencer Davis Group
5) Ian McLagan
Tasteful, classy and an integral part of two of Britain's greatest ever bands. Moddily psychedelic with The Small Faces; lopingly bar room with The Faces. Author of one of the most entertaining musical autobiographies ever, to boot.
Key Track - Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake, The Small Faces
6) Billy Preston
The one contender for title Fifth Beatle who actually got an equal playing credit on the label. And he played on Exile on Main Street too. Good enough for them - enough for me.
Key Track - Get Back, The Beatles
7) Jon Lord
A virtuoso, concerto writing, Hammond hammerer but a team player too. Happy to be hidden behind his kingdom of keys 'like a cocktail waiter ready to serve drinks at any time.'
Key Track - Hush, Deep Purple
8) Richard Wright
Considered. Soulful. And creator of some of the most uplifting music ever.
Key Track - The Great Gig in the Sky
9) Mike Barson
Are Madness a 'proper' rock'n'roll band? While the argument rages on, I'm putting him onto the list anyway. After all - it's only a bit of fun.
Key track - Grey Day, Madness (nothing flash but perfect for the song)
So, that's my list. Who'd be in yours?
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