Fantasy Band: Django Django
'We'd get Bootsy Collins to dress the band...'
Vocals and guitar: Neil Young
He has evolved musically from a straight acoustic style to making an amazing electronic album, Trans, to working with Devo. His songs range from simple love songs to hard-hitting political protest songs.
Bass: Bootsy Collins
If anyone thinks bass is boring, just put some Bootsy on; he's an amazing performer. He'd also be given the role of dressing the rest the band.
Drums: Clifton James Clifton
James was Bo Diddley's drummer from 1955 to 1970. He made famous the "shave and a hair cut" rhythm. He used drums and percussion in such a unique way: they were understated yet totally primal.
Keys: Korla Pandit
Korla was a cabaret performer in Hollywood during the 1940s and 1950s. He pioneered an amazing percussive style of playing the Hammond, often playing one simultaneously with a piano.
Producer: Giorgio Moroder
Probably most famous for his production on Donna Summer's "I Feel Love". His own records show his creativity as a pioneer of electronic music.
Django Django's new single 'Storm' is out now on Because Records. They play Liverpool Sound City on Thursday 17 May www.djangodjango.co.uk
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