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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by rave, Nov 19, 2015.
DLR-era Van Halen and those Led Zepp boys were 3 instruments and a singer.
They were OK.
My wifes answers: Police, Ben Folds Five, ELP, Bill Evans Trio..
My answers: Eric Johnson, Police, Ben Folds, Jazz Pistols, Bela Fleck and The Flecktones..
Nominating Jesse Fuller is stretching it a bit - he had more, but typically only played three at the same time.
Jimmy Giuffre, Bob Brookmeyer and Jim Hall.
"Western Suite" the greatest trio album I have heard.
Richard Thompson Trio
+1 for the Who and Dr Feelgood
The Stray Cats. CCR.
Led Zeppelin, The Police, and the Kingston Trio (and not necessarily in that order).
They had four, not three.
In this poster there is three. But you are correct there was four.
Add Cream to that.
Another vote for Cream, back in their prime.
Since then, I enjoy listening to classic jazz trios, built around Nat "King" Cole,
There's also a Trio tradition in Latin music, blending voices and guitars with romantic songs, and the Trio Los Panchos were the masters of that form.
Thanks for all the replies this turned me on to some names I did not know. Appreciate the replies and feel free to add to it.
Peter , Paul & Mary
Maybe that was after John left the band, but it does look like he's in the poster. Strange.
REM. Particularly the early stuff.
Three instruments + a singer = Black Sabath