Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Jarvius, May 20, 2012.
My vote goes to Santana "Oye Como Va". At the :50 second mark. Makes me smile everytime.
Intro...at 50 seconds in? That's not much of an intro to me.
Mean Street - Van Halen
That's when he started to take lead.
Springsteen's live '78 version of Prove It All Night.
"Voodoo Child (Slight Return)"
Uli Jon Roth's intro to "Polar Nights" on 'Tokyo Tapes'
Ann wilson. Crazy on you
Steve howe. Roundabout
It's about fitting the mood of the song - not flash
That's Nancy, actually.
Randy Rhoads - Diary Of A Madman
Yngwie Malmsteen - Black Star
Television - Marquee Moon
"Devoted To You" - Everly Brothers [Chet Atkins]
Rock and Roll Music-Chuck Berry
Pinball Wizard (The Who)
Respectable Street (XTC)
See No Evil (Television)
All the young dudes by mott the hoople
Johnny B. Goode
Neil Young & Crazy Horse, "Cortez the Killer"
"Drive My Car" - The Beatles
"Long Hot Summer Night" - Jimi Hendrix
Ain't Talking About Love - Van Halen
Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black) - Neil Young
Shots - Neil Young
First time I heard the opening of "Day Tripper" it was an OMG moment for me!
"Surfin' USA" - The Beach Boys
"When You Walk In The Room" - The Searchers
"Every Little Thing" - The Beatles
"I Feel Fine" - The Beatles
"California Girls" - The Beach Boys
"August" - Love
Not to mention Jackie deShannon ... !
"Pleasant Valley Sunday" - Monkees
"I'm Not Like Everybody Else" - Kinks
"Main Title"* - Lalo Schifrin [from the Cool Hand Luke soundtrack album]
[* this track was titled "Down Here On The Ground" when covered by Wes Montgomery and Oscar Peterson - probably others too]
Beat me to it!
"Eight Days a Week" is another one, fade-in and all. "I Feel Fine," too.
'Can't You Hear Me Knockin'?'
That'll Be The Day - Buddy Holly
You Really Got Me - The Kinks
Mr. Tambourine Man - The Byrds
Pinball Wizard - The Who
Hey Hey My My (Into The Black) - Neil Young & Crazy Horse
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