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Old 01-11-2005, 02:53 PM   #61
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Diane Warren

She duets with Meat Loaf on I'd Die For You
I am sorry to say, Celine Arsing Dion.
Diane Warren wrote "Because You Loved Me" for her to sing...
is there a 'vomit' smiley anywhere? There should be!
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Bryan Adams

Celine sang one of his songs.....I'm sure of it, but I can't remember the name
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Tina Turner (duetted with Bryan Adams on live version of It's Only Love).
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Bee Gees - Celine Dion dueted (or is it that quartet-ed with?) on a song called Immortality.

I experienced the official C*%&ne D@%n website in persue of that information! however, I survived. That website MUST be experienced for those people that still believe U2 have sold out! Let this be a lessen to us all!!


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so i went to hell and back for no reason!! lol


BONO co-wrote Goldeneye for Tina Turner
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so i went to hell and back for no reason!! lol


BONO co-wrote Goldeneye for Tina Turner
Good to see that the world revolves around our man Bono!

Speaking of which...
The Beautiful One dueted with B B KING
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Bee Gees + Diana Ross - co-produced her album Eaten Alive
(well Barry did)
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so i reckon, following the thread we're with

BB KING
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BB King and Eric Clapton - Riding with the King
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Jimmy Page

Eric Clapton played as part of the Yardbirds (63), Page in 66
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Jimmy Page + ex-Shadows - Diamonds
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The Cure [guitarist Porl Thompson played on Page & Plant's "No Quarter"]

I have no idea if that's a legal transition, but what the hell.
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Cliff Richard - Cliff Richard and The Shadows


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Cliff Richard - Cliff Richard and The Shadows
Cliff covered James Taylor's Fire and Rain

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