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BEST INTRO

nominate up to 6 please


Deep Purple – You Keep On Moving - Gino
Rory Gallagher – Edged in Blue - Gino
Magazine – Shot By Both Sides - Gino
Stranglers – Hanging Around - Gino
SAHB – Faith Healer - Gino
Television – Elevation - Gino
Led Zeppelin - Since I've Been Loving You - BB
Yes - Roundabout - BB
Deep Purple - Black Night - BB
Temptations - Papa was a Rolling Stone - 64
Jimi Hendrix - Voodoo Chile- Gessa
The Who - Baba O'Reily - Gessa
Sammy Hagar - Young Girl Blues (live) - Gessa
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Freebird - Gessa
Pendulum - Granite - Gessa
Joy Division - Love Will Tear us Apart - Twiggs
Simon Dupree and the Big Sound - I see the Light - Twiggs
Strawberry Alarm Clock - Incense and Peppermints - Twiggs
Family - Good News Bad News - Twiggs
The Las - There She goes. - Twiggs
Sex Pistols - Pretty Vacant - CSA
T Rex - Get It On - CSA
Thin Lizzy - Whisky in the Jar - CSA
Blockheads - Hit me with Your Ryhthm Stick - Faaip
Steely Dan - Reeling in the Years - Faaip
Alabama 3 - Woke up this Morning - Faaip
MC5 - Skunk (Sonically Speaking) - Faaip
The Clash - London Calling - Faaip
Major Lazer - Anything Goes - Faaip
Syd Barret - Baby Lemonade - Baby Lemonade
Amboy Dukes - Journey to the Center of the Mind - Paul
The Doors - LA Woman - Paul
Beatles - Sgt. Pepper Reprise - Paul
Beach Boys - Wouldn't It Be Nice - Paul
Rod Stewart - Maggie May - Paul
Ryan Adams - Gonna Make You Love Me - Paul
MC5 - Ramblin' Rose - Riot
The Clash - The Call Up - Riot
Gang Of Four - Anthrax - Riot
Neil Young - Like A Hurricane - Riot
Major Lazer - I'll Make Ya/Hold the Line - Riot
Buzzcocks - Moving Away From The Pulsebeat - Riot

selelctions may be altered until the poll starts next Friday
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PaulUSA wrote:

That is one seriously young Ted Nugent...
Music so wishes to be heard that it sometimes calls on unlikely characters to give it voice...

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MC5/Ramblin' Rose [could easily pick all 6 from the most exciting record I know]
The Clash/The Call Up [up 2, 3, 4]
Gang Of Four/Anthrax [paint stripping feedback from Leeds' finest]
Neil Young/Like A Hurricane [from note one you just know you're in for a roller coaster guitar ride like no one before or since]
Major Lazer/I'll Make Ya [Hired gun rides into town and kicks off a truly astonishing album from which I could have chosen all 6]
Buzzcocks/Moving Away From The Pulsebeat [only punk band to come close to The Clash - their finest moment].
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white.riot wrote:MC5/Ramblin' Rose [could easily pick all 6 from the most exciting record I know]
The Clash/The Call Up [up 2, 3, 4]
Gang Of Four/Anthrax [paint stripping feedback from Leeds' finest]
Neil Young/Like A Hurricane [from note one you just know you're in for a roller coaster guitar ride like no one before or since]
Major Lazer/I'll Make Ya [Hired gun rides into town and kicks off a truly astonishing album from which I could have chosen all 6]
Buzzcocks/Moving Away From The Pulsebeat [only punk band to come close to The Clash - their finest moment].
Oh my word WR, my favourite Neil Young song and one of my all time favourites :-D Especially the version I've got which is live with Pearl Jam 8-) :bear:
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faaip wrote:Five ?? 5 !!! Cinq ????

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHhrZgojY1Q (Won't get fooled again)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=57HicYcY ... re=related (watcher of the skies)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKbPUzhWeeI (Riders on the storm)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pg2np37JNEg (No More Heroes)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6C38aV15IDs (laundromat)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGp97OVybUM (Scumbag Blues)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCU5hTCynkQ ( Fire)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XqyGoE2Q4Y (The Pusher)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1w7OgIMMRc4 (Sweet Child of mine)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTWKbfoikeg (Smells like Teen spirit)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hlws6-zZHUc (Phoenix)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86e1Ukd94EQ (America)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNNp22bqt9c (FM)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r89Sm-DckVc (Yours is no Disgrace)

that's much better thanks faaip :lol: after my hissy fit last night I did actually find curiosity got the better of me and I looked through them all :oops: So Gandalf which 5 are you nominating as there's one on there that I was going to nominate? Must say there are some good ones there. :bear:
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becchio bear wrote: Oh my word WR, my favourite Neil Young song and one of my all time favourites :-D Especially the version I've got which is live with Pearl Jam 8-) :bear:
I love this version - with Nils Lofgren :-D



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Gino 1959 wrote: I love this version - with Nils Lofgren :-D



who pays his own homage

Oh you dark horse Gino. First version... WOW loved it. My version I downloaded about 10 years ago and can't find it on Youtube anywhere and I don't know how or if I can post it in here :cry: Now to your second version... first thing I've ever heard from Nils Lofgren, what can I say apart from it was simply beautiful, blew me away :-D I'm a sucker for guitars and that was breathtaking in fact I felt tears pricking :oops: I learnt to play Spanish guitar many years ago 8-) :bear:
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becchio bear wrote: Oh you dark horse Gino. First version... WOW loved it. My version I downloaded about 10 years ago and can't find it on Youtube anywhere and I don't know how or if I can post it in here :cry: Now to your second version... first thing I've ever heard from Nils Lofgren, what can I say apart from it was simply beautiful, blew me away :-D I'm a sucker for guitars and that was breathtaking in fact I felt tears pricking :oops: I learnt to play Spanish guitar many years ago 8-) :bear:
I just love Lofgren and have seen him play many many times in a band and solo setting - he blows me away each time. There is a longer version of Like A Hurricane on YouTube with some phenomenal acoustic guitar playing.

I also think he has a wonderful voice and - whilst he has written many lyrically-beautiful songs - these two bring out my handkerchief.



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Very nice Gino especially the second one :-D :bear:
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My next nomination for the intro poll is




Love this intro and love this song :-D :bear:
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I saw Lofgren at Leeds Uni, on the "Cry Tough tour"...very nice and laid back evening. Not much more to say about him.
Totally eclipsed by Robin Trower playing "Bridge of Sighs" there, a week or so later...power and ROCK! :-D
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becchio bear wrote:Oh you dark horse Gino.
Funny, Faaip was on similar lines on another thread :)
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Gino 1959 wrote: I love this version - with Nils Lofgren :-D

who pays his own homage

The only cover of Like A Hurricane worth having is by Young himself. This is acoustic but still retains the all important edge which is so much a part of Young's music and which is completely missing from the Lofgren cover for me. You pays yer money I suppose :?

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white.riot wrote:
The only cover of Like A Hurricane worth having is by Young himself. This is acoustic but still retains the all important edge which is so much a part of Young's music and which is completely missing from the Lofgren cover for me. You pays yer money I suppose :?
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Gino 1959 wrote:
The only cover of Like A Hurricane worth having is by Young himself. This is acoustic but still retains the all important edge which is so much a part of Young's music and which is completely missing from the Lofgren cover for me. You pays yer money I suppose :?

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Another exciting Lofgren cover :?:

Anyway let's keep 'em coming

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My second choice, takes me back to my metal days, the early Iron Maiden with Paul Di'anno on vocals really were sensational and very underrated....won't get much support on here though I suspect...

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lovely song Telepres. Only got into Adele recently and only have her 21 album. Just googled this track to see it is from 19. I must say I absolutely hated Chasing Pavements and still do and that's probably why I overlooked the album 19 :roll: :bear:
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another great intro.

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Baby Lemonade wrote:My second choice, takes me back to my metal days, the early Iron Maiden with Paul Di'anno on vocals really were sensational and very underrated....won't get much support on here though I suspect...


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