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hooks that jump at you. an obvious example the guitar intro to satisfaction by the stones. it jumps into your bloodstream almost immediately. please some others if you would deign to donate your predilectations
You may run like Hayes, but you hit like $*!#
Couple that immediately come to mind:
Not quite a note for note cover of the original but compelling intro nonetheless.
edit - Did I mention they are much more pleasant to the eye than Jimmy Page
"When The Levee Breaks"
Written by Memphis Minnie and Kansas Joe McCoy
Based on Led Zeppelin's version.
Performed by Zepparella
Vocals: Anna Kristina
Guitar: Gretchen Menn
Bass: Nila Minnerok
Edited by Mahoko
Filmed by Brandon Katcher
Audio recorded and mixed by Robert Preston, GetReel Productions
Audio mastered by Mike Wells Mastering
This post was edited by johnhunt 14 months ago
When the Levee breaks is right up there.
Pink Floyd -- Money
WSP - barstools and dreamers
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Agree with Statesboro Blues. A couple more that come to mind....
(live 12/28-12/31/71, the Academy of Music, NYC) [performance previously unissued]
Without a doubt, the greatest musical introduction for any sports team ever...
The music from 2001, a Space Odyssey by Stanley Kubrick
Richard Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra / Thus Spoke Zarathustra
2001 Space Odyssey opening theme
Little Feat - Fatman in the Bathtub from Waiting for Columbus:
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