Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Zep Fan, Feb 13, 2019.
Grand Funk Railroad
"Four gentlemen and one great, great broad ... Big Brother & the Holding Company."
Morning maniac music!
Serge Gainsbourg at Zenith
"Let's hear it...F...E...A...T...welcome Little Feat!"
"Ladies and gentlemen, a nice rock and roll band...from Shepherd's Bush, London...The 'Oo."
The greatest rock 'n roll band in the world...the Rolling Stones!
The Doors Absolutely Live
"The fire marshall's not gonna let this show go on unless you all go back to your seats......
We don't want that. And The Doors don't want it either........
Ladies and gentlemen, from Los Angeles, California... THE DOORS!"
Jerome Aniton’s infamous introduction of Steely Dan
Ladies ands Gentlemen,
There are seven aknwoledged wonders of the world, you are about to witness the eighth.
Standing in the spotlight, on showcase, twelve young men, who have given you such tunes as [drum roll] "The Grunt", Pass The Peas", "Gimme Some More".
Ladies and Gentlemen, without no doubt, these are the J.B.'s !
Read more: James Brown - J.B.'s Introduction Lyrics | MetroLyrics
I saw Suzi Quatro open for ALice Cooper for Welcome to My Nightmare Tour. The music playing when Suzi was about to come on was Elton John's "The Bitch is back". The music stopped and the announcer said, The bitch is back, please welcome Suzi Quatro!
1.Say it with me O-T-I-S-R-E-D-D-I-N-G !! Now here he is Otis Redding !!!
Simply the greatest intro from the greatest live LP RocknRoll has ever produced
2.Zacherles intro to the Valentine's Day 1970 Grateful Dead Fillmore East show...
The Grateful God- - mn Dead !!
3.Kick Out The Jams MFers!! from MC5 Kick Out The Jams plus all the testifying that went on before the intro
3.The Who @ Dallas Memorial Coliseum 1970...
Are we ready to Blow The Roof Off This Joint?!?! Battin down the hatches , lock all the doors & hang on to your chicks , Dallas welcome Englands ferocious & very virile Who !!
A more realistic intro of early 70s Who you will never hear...
Not on a official LP but I was 4 rows back at the show just the same
The Beatles on Ed Sullivan...
Of course this is my favorite. A brilliant start to the album.
I always liked Bill Graham's intros.... the Allman Brothers intro from Winterland in '73 that ended up in the "Brothers and Sisters" re-issue is a good one.
Señores y señoras:
Nosotros tenemos más influencia con sus hijos que tú tiene,
pero los queremos.
Creado y regado de Los Ángeles,
Kirk West introducing Gov't Mule is always cool
"You wanted the best, you got the best..."
One , Two , Three , Faah !
Damn near perfect intro
One hundred and ten percent mind-bending!
And it couldn't have happened to a groovier group!
It's a great record too.
Blakey, Horace Silver, Clifford Brown...!
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