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xx Re: Albums with lead vocals by all band members
« Reply #30 on: Mar 8th, 2016, 06:43am »

on Feb 8th, 2016, 09:23am, AnythingNow wrote:
Pink Floyd's Meddle has vocals by all band members! Gilmour, Wright, Waters and Mason all have vocal duties on this album, although Mason's lyric in "One Of These Days" is quite short.

I don't think "One Of These Days" counts, in kind of the same way Graeme Edge's few spoken parts on Moody Blues albums (not to be confused with Mike Pinder's more common spoken parts) don't count.

Note, though, that we did already count an actual sung vocal by Mason previously (parts of "Corporal Clegg" from A SAUCERFUL OF SECRETS).

BTW, I listened to "Miss Gradenko" by the Police again, and it sounds like Sting singing lead with someone (apparently Stewart Copeland) not very audibly singing behind him.

on Sep 11th, 2014, 08:52am, onetwothree wrote:
The Who - A QUICK ONE

I think QUADROPHENIA counts as well.
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