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About Duran Duran, Paul in KY wrote:
  Gotta disagree with you here, Enig. If the band had only released 'Rio' (and then never anything else), I would not find them to be Hall worthy. That was a great album, but not enough by itself to get them in (IMO).

I do think they should be inducted.
Tuesday, 04.28.15 @ 14:54pm
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About Duran Duran, Paul in KY wrote:
  Gotta disagree with you here, Enig. If the band had only released 'Rio' (and then never anything else), I would not find them to be Hall worthy. That was a great album, but not enough by itself to get them in (IMO).

I do think they should be inducted.
Tuesday, 04.28.15 @ 14:54pm
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About Duran Duran, Enigmaticus wrote:
  Actually the quote is something like this: "We want to make ourselves and our fans happy, so we continue to make music; it's in our blood." What better reason is there to induct Duran Duran than this one?
Tuesday, 04.28.15 @ 09:50am
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About Duran Duran, Enigmaticus wrote:
  Thank you KING, I would be hard pressed to name 5 bands more deserving of induction into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame than Duran Duran. If Duran Duran had released only "Rio," then they still would have been worthy of induction. I think that the reasons why Duran Duran deserves induction are best revealed in their 'Girl Panic' video, where Naomi Campbell (as Simon Le Bon) says that "Music is in our blood."
Tuesday, 04.28.15 @ 09:32am
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About The Monkees, Paul in KY wrote:
  Roy, that article didn't debunk my 'excuse' (that I have written out here somewhere, but evidently on another page than this):

Given all the help they had (Network publicity, top notch song writers, etc.), they should have been bigger than they were. Why did they flame out after only 2 or 3 years?
Tuesday, 04.28.15 @ 07:23am
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About Revisited Projected Rankings, Darren wrote:
  Donnie - After we're done extending the rankings to 500, we can do some "exhibition" type rankings like you suggested (The Top 100 Beatles songs is something we've been discussing for a while, so that would be a good place to start), but I'm going to take a month or two off from running them (I'll still participate when I think I can contribute) before starting the album ranking project that we've been discussing for a while.

There's a lot of logistics to figure out how that will work and I've been running the Song Ranking Project and Artist Re-Ranking project for two years straight now, so if you or someone else wants to run some shorter ranking projects, feel free to do so.
Monday, 04.27.15 @ 23:49pm
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About The Monkees, Roy wrote:
  http://www.buzzfeed.com/johnnyr6/debunking-every-excuse-for-keeping-the-monkees-out-arl4#.muWRzY9gy

Debunking Every Excuse For Keeping The Monkees Out Of The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame

Every induction ceremony just reminds us that The Monkees deserved to be in the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame from day one. Some folks have argued against it. Their arguments donít hold up. Even against many of the legends already inducted.

1. They Didnít Play Their Own Instruments
2. They Didnít Write Their Own Songs
3. They Were Puppets
4. They Were A Manufactured Band
5. The TV Show Mattered More Than The Music
6. They Were Just Actors
7. They Werenít Counterculture
8. They Were Cheap Beatles Knock-Offs
9. They Werenít Very Rock & Roll
10. They Werenít Influential
Monday, 04.27.15 @ 23:45pm
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About The Monkees, Roy wrote:
  http://www.buzzfeed.com/johnnyr6/debunking-every-excuse-for-keeping-the-monkees-out-arl4#.muWRzY9gy

Debunking Every Excuse For Keeping The Monkees Out Of The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame

Every induction ceremony just reminds us that The Monkees deserved to be in the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame from day one. Some folks have argued against it. Their arguments donít hold up. Even against many of the legends already inducted.
Monday, 04.27.15 @ 23:42pm
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About The Cars, KING wrote:
   I think The Cars will be nominated in 2019. Maybe, groups like Duran Duran, The Cure, Roxy Music, Foreigner will be in by then. It will give The Cars a chance to sneak in. FAV The Cars songs Shake It Up & Drive. What are yours? I like when Mr. Orr sang better. KING
Monday, 04.27.15 @ 22:13pm
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About Nicky Hopkins, Dale Birchett wrote:
  I guess it's easy for the R&RHoF to ignore people like Nicky Hopkins because they aren't smashing guitars or getting arrested, they are just at mid stage consistently making great music. Take his piano work out of his amazing discography and see how many of those songs would have had the commercial success they enjoyed. So I voted yes but in my heart I know the answer is probably no but I don't care because I have his music to enjoy for the rest of my life. RIP Nicky, you are the best!
Monday, 04.27.15 @ 20:43pm
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About Tool, KING wrote:
   Cars will probably get nominated 2019. I hope Counting Crows gets in 2019. One of My fav bands with Def Leppard, Bryan Adams,The Black Crowes,Scorpions. My FAV The Cars song probably Drive. I like Orr singing better. KING
Monday, 04.27.15 @ 20:08pm
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About Rock Hall Projected, Tom H. wrote:
  Some of these acts I lumped into other categories (like classic rock and R&B) but here are a few names that jumped out at me:

Herman's Hermits
Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels
Peggy Lee
Petula Clark
Quicksilver Messenger Service
The Association (my top priority)
The Big Bopper
The Contours
The Dells
The Del-Vikings
The Dixie Cups
The Five Satin
The Penguins
The Turtles
Monday, 04.27.15 @ 17:18pm
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About Haddaway, dmg wrote:
  The original post makes this page. I still have to vote no, though.
Monday, 04.27.15 @ 13:57pm
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About Eurythmics, dmg wrote:
  The Eurythmics have been covered countless times. Their influence is indisputable.

http://www.whosampled.com/Eurythmics/covered/
Monday, 04.27.15 @ 13:08pm
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About Eminem, dmg wrote:
  I hate to smash the hate bubble, but hip-hop is a form of rock & roll. Not "rock", but "rock" is not synonymous with "Rock & Roll". Eminem is popular enough and influential enough to be considered when his time comes.
Monday, 04.27.15 @ 12:32pm
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About Steely Dan, Paul in KY wrote:
  Latest RS has an article written by Mr. Fagen about his Coachella experience. In it he mentions AC/DC and says something to effect of 'I stopped listening to radio when our first album hit in 1972, so I'm not sure who they are, etc. etc.'

Please tell me he was being tongue-in-cheek there. It has gotta be sarcasm, cause if he really is not 'aware' of AC/DC, then he should not be casting votes (IMO).
Monday, 04.27.15 @ 07:47am
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About Gerry and the Pacemakers, Paul in KY wrote:
  No way ever should Gerry and the Pacemakers be in HOF.

PJ Proby has about the same credentials.
Monday, 04.27.15 @ 07:40am
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About the 2015 Inductees, ric wrote:
  The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is a joke!

Joan Jett? Seriously? She and her band made just a handful of memorable songs.

But, how can you take an organization seriously that does not include the Moody Blues and Jethro Tull after all these years? Not to mention, Tommy James & the Shondells, Electric Light Orchestra, Journey, Yes and War. And, several others.
Monday, 04.27.15 @ 06:31am
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About Revisited Projected Rankings, Donnie wrote:
  *Even ranking the albums in the album project*

type alert lol.
Monday, 04.27.15 @ 03:19am
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About Revisited Projected Rankings, Donnie wrote:
  There's so much potential to list-making that this group could go forward with that we never really do. When it comes to list making, our activity mainly goes with just re-ranking our previous lists we've made over and over again.

Why are we not doing new list subjects? Why not make greatest artists list for particular genres or decades? Why not make a Greatest Singers or Guitarist list? Why not do greatest songs lists for particular artists (like the Beatles, Stones, or Zeppelin).

I think doing a 100 Greatest Beatles songs list would be very interesting and fun to do. I'd love to see the tastes of Beatles songs by the other members here. And yeah, this list would be separate from the Song Project where we just rank the 37 or so songs inducted, like others have suggested in the past. That'd make it boring, why not go for a full 100?

A greatest guitarists or singers list would be a subject we've never approached here on the site before. Even ranking the albums in the song project by decade would be something new we haven't done. I don't understand this group's need to constantly re-do the same lists over and over again when there's so many interesting subjects for lists we could tackle on here.
Monday, 04.27.15 @ 03:17am
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About Revisited Projected Rankings, Darren wrote:
  PopeCharming - We're not quite done with the rankings. I also want to do the "future prospects" rankings of un-inducted artists so that we get the full, combined list up to 500. I'm planning to make the announcement and start the process when the May Song Project voting begins, in hopes of getting the maximum participation.

Here's what I have in mind:

5 days of general discussion / suggestions

5 days of nominations (everyone lists 100 eligible performers)

3 days of initial rankings

2 days of final rankings

15 performers get ranked each round until we get to 400 and then 20 performers per round until 500.
Monday, 04.27.15 @ 00:35am
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About Revisited Projected Rankings, Greg F wrote:
  How about redoing the extended performers list to 500 like Casper suggested months ago? Taking a break might be good idea though.
Monday, 04.27.15 @ 00:30am
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About Revisited Projected Rankings, PopeCharming wrote:
  Great job, Darren! I appreciate your perseverance, especially when turnout dropped in ranking sidemen (myself included.)

So...are we done ranking things? Is there anything lined up next?
Sunday, 04.26.15 @ 22:05pm
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About Revisited Projected Rankings, DarinRG wrote:
  Wynonie Harris. Johnny Burnette. Are there any early snubs that jump out more than those two? No snark. Honest question.
Sunday, 04.26.15 @ 18:42pm
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About The Runaways, Pam wrote:
  Of course the Runaways should go into the RNRHOF just like so many mentioned here. They played their own instruments, all TEENAGE Grrrlzzz NOT WOMEN, teenage girls that's a big difference. They should go under I think Musical Excellence. I listen still to them today, and they really were the BEST band around. Maybe Joan Jett & The Blackhearts induction will have an affect for the Runaways to get in
Sunday, 04.26.15 @ 18:26pm
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About Revisited Projected Rankings, Greg F wrote:
  Just put Wynonie Harris at 26. If there are any objections to that then redo that round.
Sunday, 04.26.15 @ 17:35pm
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About Humble Pie, Dee Fitzsimons wrote:
  Steve Marriott and Peter Frampton should both be inducted as both have stood the test of time. So inducting Humble Pie into the RHOF would serve both sets of fans as well as those who were fortunate to have heard Humble Pie from their very beginning and those who have found them more recently.
Sunday, 04.26.15 @ 06:32am
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About Peter Frampton, Dee Fitzsimons wrote:
  Peter Frampton is an excellent live act who draws his audience in to the performance. His songs have stood the test of time and his fan base is loyal. Have been with him since we were both 16.
Sunday, 04.26.15 @ 06:25am
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About Humble Pie, holdemxpert wrote:
  Randy, Small Faces/Steve are in the RHOF.
Sunday, 04.26.15 @ 00:20am
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About Revisited Projected Rankings, Darren wrote:
  Final Rankings for the first round of 2014 Influence groups are now complete.

Here are the 2014 Influences - Pre-Rock re-rankings:

1. Robert Johnson
2. Hank Williams
3. Billie Holiday
4. Woody Guthrie
5. Les Paul
6. Louis Armstrong
7. Elmore James
8. Lead Belly
9. Django Reinhardt
10. Louis Jordan
11. Mahalia Jackson
12. Frank Sinatra
13. Nat "King" Cole
14. Sister Rosetta Tharpe
15. Bessie Smith
16. Duke Ellington
17. The Orioles
18. Jimmie Rodgers
19. Charlie Christian
20. Roy Brown
21. Big Mama Thornton
22. Professor Longhair
23. The Ink Spots
24. The Soul Stirrers
25. The Ravens
26. Wynonie Harris
27. Ma Rainey
28. The Weavers
29. Ella Fitzgerald
30. Jelly Roll Morton
31. Bill Monroe
32. Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys
33. T-Bone Walker
34. W.C. Handy
35. Charles Brown
36. Sonny Boy Williamson II
37. Jimmy Yancey
38. Blind Lemon Jefferson
39. Mississippi John Hurt
40. Scott Joplin
41. The Mills Brothers
42. Dinah Washington
43. The Carter Family
44. Cab Calloway
45. Willie Dixon
46. Bing Crosby
47. Eddie Lang


Final rankings are pending the decision on ranking Wynonie Harris at 26th or not.


Here are the final combined Influences - Pre-Rock Era rankings:

1. Robert Johnson - 2
2. Hank Williams - 5
3. Woody Guthrie - 8
4. Les Paul - 11
5. Louis Jordan - 12
6. Lead Belly - 13
7. Billie Holiday - 17 (3rd in 2014)
8. Louis Armstrong - 17 (6th in 2014)
9. Sister Rosetta Tharpe - 23
10. Frank Sinatra - 25
11. Elmore James - 28 (7th in 2014)
12. Jimmie Rodgers - 28 (18th in 2014)
13. Bessie Smith - 30
14. Mahalia Jackson - 31
15. Django Reinhardt - 32
16. Wynonie Harris - 34
17. Roy Brown - 36
18. T-Bone Walker - 40
19. The Soul Stirrers - 42
20. The Weavers - 45
21. Professor Longhair - 46 (22nd in 2014)
22. Ma Rainey - 46 (27th in 2014)
23. The Ravens - 47
24. Jimmy Yancey - 49
25. Charlie Christian - 50
26. Nat "King" Cole - 51 (13th in 2014)
27. The Orioles - 51 (17th in 2014)
28. Duke Ellington - 53 (16th in 2014)
29. Big Mama Thornton - 53 (21st in 2014)
30. Ella Fitzgerald - 57
31. Bill Monroe - 58
32. The Ink Spots - 59
33. Charles Brown - 60
34. Jelly Roll Morton - 65 (30th in 2014)
35. Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys - 65 (32nd in 2014)
36. The Carter Family - 69
37. Dinah Washington - 72
38. Willie Dixon - 74
39. Sonny Boy Williamson II - 78
40. W.C. Handy - 79 (34th in 2014)
41. Blind Lemon Jefferson - 79 (38th in 2014)
42. Mississippi John Hurt - 82
43. Cab Calloway - 83
44. Scott Joplin - 84
45. Bing Crosboy - 86
46. The Mills Brothers - 88
47. Eddie Lang - 93

Final rankings are pending the decision on ranking Wynonie Harris at 26th or not.


Here are the 2014 Influences - Rock Era re-rankings:

1. Muddy Waters
2. Miles Davis
3. Howlin' Wolf
4. Pete Seeger
5. John Lee Hooker
6. Big Joe Turner
7. Patsy Cline
8. Willie Nelson
9. Albert King
10. Buddy Guy
11. John Coltrane
12. Freddie King
13. The Dominoes
14. Bobby "Blue" Bland
15. Jimmy Reed
16. Lightnin' Hopkins
17. Herbie Hancock
18. The "5" Royales
19. The Kingston Trio
20. Dolly Parton
21. Lonnie Donegan
22. The Clovers
23. Chuck Willis
24. Little Willie John
25. Esther Phillips
26. John Cage
27. Merle Haggard
28. Joan Baez
29. Nina Simone
30. Screamin' Jay Hawkins
31. George Jones
32. Ravi Shankar
33. The Four Freshmen
34. Emmylou Harris
35. Crew Cuts
36. Waylon Jennings
37. Fela Kuti
38. Karlheinz Stockhausen
39. Johnny Ace
40. Buchanan & Goodman
41. Gil Scott-Heron
42. Townes Van Zandt
43. Jacques Brel


Here are the final combined Influences - Rock Era rankings:

1. Muddy Waters - 2
2. Howlin' Wolf - 6
3. Miles Davis - 7 (2nd in 2014)
4. John Lee Hooker - 7 (5th in 2014)
5. Pete Seeger - 8
6. Big Joe Turner - 10
7. Willie Nelson - 14
8. John Coltrane - 19
9. Patsy Cline - 20 (7th in 2014)
10. The Dominoes - 20 (13th in 2014)
11. Albert King - 24 (9th in 2014)
12. Buddy Guy - 24 (10th in 2014)
13. Jimmy Reed - 24 (15th in 2014)
14. Freddie King - 29
15. The Clovers - 32
16. Lightnin' Hopkins - 35 (16th in 2014)
17. The Kingston Trio - 35 (19th in 2014)
18. Bobby "Blue" Bland - 38
19. Herbie Hancock - 40 (17th in 2014)
20. The "5" Royales - 40 (18th in 2014)
21. Nina Simone - 40 (29th in 2014)
22. Lonnie Donegan - 42 (21st in 2014)
23. Little Willie John - 42 (24th in 2014)
24. Screamin' Jay Hawkins - 42 (30th in 2014)
25. Merle Haggard - 47
26. Chuck Willis - 50
27. John Cage - 52
28. Esther Phillips - 54 (25th in 2014)
29. Joan Baez - 54 (28th in 2014)
30. The Four Freshmen - 54 (33rd in 2014)
31. Dolly Parton - 56
32. Ravi Shankar - 64 (32nd in 2014)
33. Waylon Jennings - 64 (36th in 2014)
34. George Jones - 66 (31st in 2014)
35. Gil Scott-Heron - 66 (41st in 2014)
36. Fela Kuti - 67
37. Emmylou Harris - 68 (34th in 2014)
38. Crew Cuts - 68 (35th in 2014)
39. Johnny Ace - 70
40. Karlheinz Stockhausen - 77 (38th in 2014)
41. Buchanan & Goodman - 77 (40th in 2014)
42. Jacques Brel - 81
43. Townes Van Zandt - 84


Here are the 2014 Sidemen - Backing Groups re-rankings:

1. The Funk Brothers
2. Booker T. & The M.G.'s
3. Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section
4. The Wrecking Crew
5. The Jordanaires
6. The Meters
7. The Memphis Horns
8. The Cookies/Raelettes (2-1 vote over Crazy Horse)
9. Crazy Horse
10. The Bar-Kays
11. The Sweet Inspirations
12. The Love Unlimited Orchestra (3-0 vote over The Tennessee Three)
13. The Tennessee Three
14. The Hi Rhythm Section
15. The Revolution
16. Sly & Robbie
17. The Andantes
18. Jabo Starks & Clyde Stubblefield


Here are the final combined Sidemen - Backing Groups rankings:

1. The Funk Brothers - 2
2. Booker T. & The M.G.'s - 5
3. The Wrecking Crew - 6
4. Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section - 7
5. The Jordanaires - 10
6. The Meters - 12
7. The Memphis Horns - 15
8. Crazy Horse - 20 (9th in 2014)
9. The Bar-Kays - 20 (10th in 2014)
10. The Cookies/Raelettes - 22
11. The Love Unlimited Orchestra - 24
12. The Tennessee Three - 25 (13th in 2014)
13. Jabo Starks & Clyde Stubblefield - 25 (18th in 2014)
14. The Andantes - 26
15. The Hi Rhythm Section - 27
16. The Sweet Inspirations - 28
17. The Revolution - 30
18. Sly & Robbie - 32


Here are the current Sidemen - Individuals re-rankings:

1. Hal Blaine
2. King Curtis
3. Leon Russell
4. Floyd Cramer
5. Billy Preston
6. Scotty Moore
7. Little Walter
8. Chet Atkins
9. Darlene Love and the Blossoms
10. Earl Palmer
11. Carol Kaye
12. D.J. Fontana
13. Spooner Oldham
14. Bobby Womack
15. Glen Campbell
16. Al Kooper
17. Bill Black
18. James Burton
19. Jimmy Nolen
20. Huey "Piano" Smith
21. Nicky Hopkins
22. Steve Douglas
23. Mickey "Guitar" Baker
24. Johnnie Johnson
25. Thomas Dolby
26. Klaus Voormann
27. Boots Randolph
28. Maceo Parker
29. Carmine Appice
30. Ry Cooder
31. Fred Wesley
32. Jack Nitzsche
33. Jackie Brenston
34. John McLaughlin
35. Billy Cox / Buddy Miles
36. Kenny Aronoff
37. Philip Paul
38. Dr. John
39. Mike Bloomfield
40. Sam "The Man" Taylor
41. Jim Horn
42. Jeff "Skunk" Baxter
43. Randy Rhoads
44. Jim Keltner
45. Lee Allen
46. Del Casher
47. Bobby Keys
48. Gary Chester
49. Mick Ronson
50. Joe Satriani
51. Jim Gordon
52. Paul Shaffer
53. Pat Smear
54. Hubert Sumlin
55. Marc Benno
56. Daryl Stuermer
57. Herb Hardesty
58. Louis Shelton
59. Rob Sabino
60. Richard Thompson
61. Leland Sklar
62. Clarence Clemons
63. Charlie Daniels
64. Jesse Ed Davis
65. Chris Spedding
66. Bernard Purdie
67. Steve Vai
68. Sheila E.
69. Eric Johnson
70. Jah Wobble
71. Robert Wyatt
72. Jeff Porcaro


Here are the current combined Sidemen - Individuals rankings:

1. Hal Blaine - 2
2. Floyd Cramer - 10
3. King Curtis - 13 (2nd in 2014)
4. Scotty Moore - 13 (6th in 2014)
5. Earl Palmer - 14
6. D.J. Fontana - 15
7. Chet Atkins - 16
8. Leon Russell - 18
9. Bill Black - 19
10. Little Walter - 20
11. Billy Preston - 21
12. James Burton - 23
13. Bobby Womack - 24 (14th in 2014)
14. Glen Campbell - 24 (15th in 2014)
15. Darlene Love and the Blossoms - 30
16. Spooner Oldham - 32
17. Carol Kaye - 33
18. Steve Douglas - 34
19. Nicky Hopkins - 39
20. Al Kooper - 41 (16th in 2014)
21. Johnnie Johnson - 41 (24th in 2014)
22. Mickey "Guitar" Baker - 43
23. Jimmy Nolen - 48
24. Dr. John - 52
25. Ry Cooder - 53
26. Maceo Parker - 55
27. Carmine Appice - 60
28. Huey "Piano" Smith - 65 (20th in 2014)
29. Jackie Brenston - 65 (33rd in 2014)
30. Billy Cox / Buddy Miles - 65 (35th in 2014)
31. Fred Wesley - 68
32. Klaus Voormann - 69 (26th in 2014)
33. Lee Allen - 69 (45th in 2014)
34. Boots Randolph - 71 (27th in 2014)
35. Randy Rhoads - 71 (43rd in 2014)
36. Sam "The Man" Taylor - 74
37. Mike Bloomfield - 75 (39th in 2014)
38. Mick Ronson - 75 (49th in 2014)
39. Jim Keltner - 82
40. Jim Horn - 87
41. John McLaughlin - 88 (34th in 2014)
42. Del Casher - 88 (46th in 2014)
43. Jeff "Skunk" Baxter - 90
44. Thomas Dolby - 92
45. Kenny Aronoff - 93 (36th in 2014)
46. Louis Shelton - 93 (58th in 2014)
47. Leland Sklar - 94
48. Bernard Purdie - 96
49. Richard Thompson - 97
50. Jack Nitzsche - 100 (32nd in 2014)
51. Bobby Keys - 100 (47th in 2014)
52. Charlie Daniels - 103
53. Hubert Sumlin - 104 (54th in 2014)
54. Herb Hardesty - 104 (57th in 2014)
55. Philip Paul - 106
56. Daryl Stuermer - 108 (56th in 2014)
57. Steve Vai - 108 (67th in 2014)
58. Joe Satriani - 109
59. Gary Chester - 110 (48th in 2014)
60. Rob Sabino - 110 (59th in 2014)
61. Robert Wyatt - 110 (71st in 2014)
62. Jim Gordon - 111
63. Jesse Ed Davis - 113
64. Paul Shaffer - 116 (52nd in 2014)
65. Pat Smear - 116 (53rd in 2014)
66. Marc Benno - 121
67. Clarence Clemons - 124
68. Jah Wobble - 125
69. Chris Spedding - 126 (65th in 2014)
70. Sheila E. - 126 (68th in 2014)
71. Jeff Porcaro - 128
72. Eric Johnson - 134
Sunday, 04.26.15 @ 00:07am
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About Duran Duran, KING wrote:
   Hoping 2016 Duran Duran is inducted. They have earned RRHOF induction. I remember seeing Duran Duran in an outdoor venue late 90's. They rocked and Simon's voice was strong. Draw a line. Name 10 bands more deserving of RRHOF than Duran Duran. KING
Saturday, 04.25.15 @ 20:34pm
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About Johnny Rivers, DarinRG wrote:
  Yeah. There's politics going on with every middling act who hasn't been inducted when there are still A to A- acts not yet inducted.
Saturday, 04.25.15 @ 20:24pm
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About Green Day, DarinRG wrote:
  I'm not a Green Day fan, but I disagree. They had an undeniable first ballot level impact. I think that at very least the Buzzcocks, Black Flag, New York Dolls, Television, MC5 and the Damned should have preceded them, but that's a different debate. They deserved it whether I'm moved by their music or not.
Saturday, 04.25.15 @ 20:19pm
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About Alan Jackson, Katya wrote:
  I can also see why Cash and Williams would be inducted because they influenced rock and roll but really Alan Jackson. I'm not saying I hate him, because I grew up listening to his music, but when did this become the Country Hall of Fame?
Saturday, 04.25.15 @ 12:52pm
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About Green Day, Katya wrote:
  I'm not going to deny that Green Day has talent. But they should not have been inducted into the Hall of Fame. They aren't punk music they are more pop than anything and they haven't really contributed much to music.
Saturday, 04.25.15 @ 12:48pm
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About Johnny Rivers, Stephan wrote:
  I have a feeling there's some politics going on that would exclude Johnny Rivers from the Hall. He is extremely gifted and produced many hits. What's the problem?
Saturday, 04.25.15 @ 08:13am
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About the 2015 Inductees, Roy wrote:
  http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/weekend-rock-question-who-should-enter-the-rock-and-roll-hall-of-fame-next-20150424#ixzz3YJc4qFV1

Weekend Rock Question: Who Should Enter the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Next?

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Saturday, 04.25.15 @ 06:27am
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About the 2015 Inductees, Roy wrote:
   http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/weekend-rock-question-who-should-enter-the-rock-and-roll-hall-of-fame-next-20150424#ixzz3YJc4qFV1

Weekend Rock Question: Who Should Enter the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Next?

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Saturday, 04.25.15 @ 06:25am
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About the 2015 Inductees, Philip wrote:
  It's not the greatest, but with SRV&DT finally getting their due, I'm not complain too loudly... at least about the Performer inductees.
Saturday, 04.25.15 @ 00:42am
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About Bon Jovi, Otis Mack wrote:
  I'm praying they put them in for induction for 2016!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Friday, 04.24.15 @ 23:13pm
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