OK, so TGEO... threads should allow us to get through the close season (Euros apart) and retain our sanity. The idea is that you have to
1. chose one, and only one response to the question/statement in the thread title.
2. provide evidence
3. explain why you selected this person or thing.
If you are going to comment on someone else's choice to defend yours, you must have watched/read/listened to (some of) the evidence. This will be highly subjective, and unless you agree with Bletch, then you'll likely be wrong.
Post your TGEO threads in the Best ever category.
There is to be no namby-pamby "second or third choices" and just as unwelcome is the underhand "I was going to be pick x or y, but chose z because..." tactic. There should be one
Feel free to post other examples, but ONLY once you've chosen your one, and only, greatest exponent.
There should be one thing to rule them all.
Post your TGEO threads in the Best Ever category.
The greatest exponent of the electric guitar is obviously Johnny Marr known mainly for his playing and songwriting in The Smiths, but he is also a solo artist of renown and a serial collaborator too.
This is not electronic, it is physical...
Layered to perfection...
The The who he collaborated with quite a bit...
...and this joker from left- field
He created an amazing sound which became the frame for Morrissey's wonderful lyrics. He came around at a time when someone with his talent should have been either strumming big rock chords in big stadia, or riffing themselves into seven-minute, self-indulgent hell. He did neither of those, but instead created a new sound that would help to pave the way for the entire Indie category.
Go on, tell me I'm wrong...