25. Roger Glover
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He may not be the most prominent member of Deep Purple, but Glover’s contributions to the band should not be diminished. The Hall of Famer didn’t do anything fancy or extraordinary with the bass, but was as dependable as they come and also one of the more technically sound musicians. After leaving Deep Purple in the early 1970s, Glover worked and produced for the likes of Judas Priest and Nazareth.