|List 5 favorite (pop!) musical intro's:||128|
Jun 13, 2003 6:25 AM
|1. Ain't that a shame: Cheap trick at Budakan
2. Sweet jane: live lou reed
3. Women in love: VH
4. foreplay: Boston
5. crazy on you: Heart
(ooh, how 70's)
|I love Foreplay/Longtime. nm||DougSloan|
Jun 13, 2003 6:32 AM
|ELO cover of Berry's Rollover Beethoven nm||Continental|
Jun 13, 2003 6:46 AM
|re: List 5 favorite (pop!) musical intro's:||rufus|
Jun 13, 2003 6:47 AM
|death or glory-the clash
side of the road-blue rodeo
racing in the street-bruce springsteen
bittersweet-big head todd and the monsters
|In no particular order:||sn69|
Jun 13, 2003 7:24 AM
|1. Cheap Trick in their heyday--Ain't That A Shame.
2. Boston, Tom S. might be nuts, but damn he can compose--Foreplay/Longtime.
3. John/Taupin at their finest--Funeral For A Friend/Love Lies Bleeding.
4. First song off of the Stone Roses' "Second Coming"--can't remember the title.
5. Tool, play this one loud, but watch out or you'll blow your speakers--Parabol/Parabola.
Jun 13, 2003 7:27 AM
|1. Enter Sandman: Metallica
2. Let's Go Crazy: Prince
3. Where the Streets Have No Name: U2
4. You Shook Me All Night Long: AC/DC
5. American Girl: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
|We Will Rock You||jtolleson|
Jun 13, 2003 7:28 AM
|Sports fans have turned it into a stadium song in its own right, but I always considered it to be an intro for "We Are the Champions"|
|More arena rock from the '70s||Dale Brigham|
Jun 13, 2003 8:39 AM
|Gimme Shelter -- da' Stones
Baba O'Riley -- da' Who
Jun 13, 2003 9:43 AM
|Can't stop at just 5!
For a southern angle, Sweet Home Alabama has a great intro
Foreplay has got to be up there
Shook Me All Night Long (one of Rocks greatest anthems) is top 5
Three short ones, each featuring a classic lick from a different instrument, from the stones: Satisfaction (guitar), Brown Sugar (sax), and Sympathy for the Devil (percussion)
Love Lies Bleeding based on length as well as content
Want to talk 70's: The intro to Hooked on a Feeling always made me turn up the volume on the boom box.
Not 70's enough: The BG's Stayin' Alive complete with its mental image of a younger and poorer John Travolta walking down Queens Boulavard with a can of Paint in one hand a double slice in the other, simply unforgetable.
The Who's Baba O'Reilly sums up the height of the synthesiser era.
From later times I have to mention Van Halen's Jump for those here that can't remeber the 70's
I can't leave out Come Sail Away by Kansas, and in for some reason I have to include Steve Miller Band's Come on and Dance as well.
Paul Simon's best latin impersonation from Late in the Evening is also a classic, but he has worked hard on his intros since the days of Mrs. Robinson.
From the 90's U2 has lots of high power intros, but my favorite is a tie between Where the Streets have no Name and I Will Follow
Jun 13, 2003 9:56 AM
|Bruce's Jungleland, great intro for a great song.
Best use of a cow bell: Stones' Honkey Tonk Woman
|Come Sail Away was Styx, not Kansas, I think? (nm)||RhodyRider|
Jun 16, 2003 8:29 AM
Jun 16, 2003 9:20 AM
|When we were kids, we wore out a couple of Grand Illusion albums, but we listened to Dust in the Wind a lot as well.|
|re: List 5 favorite (pop!) musical intro's:||The Walrus|
Jun 13, 2003 11:46 AM
|Not necessarily in any order:
1: Hard Day's Night -- Beatles; possibly
single most electrifying chord ever
2: Rip This Joint -- Stones
3: Fast Cars -- Buzzcocks
4: Hot 'lanta -- Allman Bros
5: Foxy Lady -- Jimi!
...and why stop with 5?
Hey Joe -- Jimi!, One Way Out -- Allman Bros, Tin Soldier -- Small Faces, Dreams -- Allman Bros, Brown Sugar -- Stones, Sugarlight -- X....
|Layla, Derek and the Dominoes. (nm)||Spoke Wrench|
Jun 14, 2003 5:20 AM
|Rush: "Overture", from 2112. Breathtaking. Still. (nm)||RhodyRider|
Jun 16, 2003 8:30 AM
|shaft (isaac hayes) nm||JS Haiku Shop|
Jun 16, 2003 10:32 AM
|Who's the black private dick
that's a sex machine to all the chicks?
can ya dig it?
|That Shaft is one baaad mutha.... nm||sn69|
Jun 16, 2003 11:46 AM
|SHUT YO MOUTH! (nm)||JS Haiku Shop|
Jun 16, 2003 12:11 PM
|Just talkin' 'bout Shaft. (nm)||sn69|
Jun 16, 2003 12:41 PM
|then we can dig it (nm)||JS Haiku Shop|
Jun 17, 2003 5:40 AM
|Children of the Sun - Billy Thorpe (nm)||Captain Morgan|
Jun 16, 2003 1:15 PM