Greatest "mother tree" band?

Mother Tree.... *giggles* I'm not sure if that's a real term...

What I mean is what is the band that you thing had the largest amount of bands and solo careers branch off of it?

Like when a member leaves a band and forms another band or has a solo career, that becomes a branch.

And I confusing anyone?

Update:

Shizzle Bizzle!: No right answers here, but yes, those were good answers :0 )

Update 2:

Persephone: Woooo! lets be confused together!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Hi Sarsar!

    Thanks for asking this. You know what I'm gonna say don't You

    To me it's two bands, inextricably twined..

    Black Sabbath and Deep Purple, joined by a common Producer/Manager (Martin Birch) and a whole lotta personnel intermixture

    From them came...

    Rainbow

    Whitesnake

    Ozzy Osbourne

    Dio

    Alcatrazz

    Yngwie Malmsteen

    Blue Murder

    And many more.

  • 1 decade ago

    Pink Floyd. Rick Wright put out 2 solo albums and is working on a third. Syd Barrett put out 5. Gilmour did 3 and is working on another. Waters has 6 and even Nick Mason has 2 and wrote a book. While they all didn't leave, they did go on to have separate solo careers.

    edit: hey sarah

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Emperor.

    Here's a small list of some of the bands associated with the band's members: Zyklon, Zyklon-B, Arcturus, Burzum, Gorgoroth, Satyricon, Enslaved, Dissection, Aboryn, Carpathian Throne, In the Woods..., Green Carnation, and many more.

  • Huevo
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    I'm going with Rodan on this one, a small indie band that released only album, albeit a phenomenal one, around 1993.

    The spawn: June of '44, Rachel's, Retsin, The Sonora Pine, The Shipping News, Tara Jane O'Neil, and I'm sure there's a few more I'm missing

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  • 1 decade ago

    The Eagles.

    Don Henley, Glenn Frey, Joe Walsh, and Timothy B. Schmidt, as well as former members Bernie Leadon and Randy Meisner have ALL had solo careers.

  • Ace
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    Ozzy Osbourne

  • 1 decade ago

    Maybe not the largest amount, but the 'greatest' in my mind.

    Bauhaus.

    - Love and Rockets / Tones on Tail / Dali's Car/ Peter Murphy [solo] / Daniel Ash <3 [solo] / David J [solo]

    None of the branches were as fabulous as Bauhaus in my eyes - but they were pretty effing fabulous nonetheless.

    Also,

    Rozz Williams' Christian Death

    - Premature Ejaculation / Daucus Karota / Shadow Project / Rozz Williams [solo] / EXP / Eva O [solo] / Rick Agnew [solo] / Poop / Christian Death 1334 / Heltir

  • 1 decade ago

    Deep Purple-Rainbow which we get Dio from before he went to Sabbath, Whitesnake,Ian Gillan band,Turner Hughes Project,Glenn Hughes solo Glenn hughes with Black Sabbath,Joe Lynn Turner solo,Ian Gillan with Black Sabbath

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Guns n Roses ?

    Or the Beatles.. all of the main 4 had a good solo career ..

    Was that right :S ? hehe

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    3 way tie

    The Beatles- influenced all pop bands, good and bad

    The Yardbirds- influenced all hard rock and metal to come

    The Velvet Underground- all indie/punk/noise bands

    If we go with individuals, rather than bands...

    Elvis Presley- pop, country and everyone who ever decided to start a band to meet girls

    Chuck Berry- every guitarist who's ever lived, whether they realize it or not

    Little Richard- all the rock n roll wildmen, shock rockers and gender benders

    James Brown- everything from funk to soul and R&B

    Johnny Ray- the original emo hehe...

    Source(s): It's just the beer talking :)
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