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maybe not the best ever but it is sure as hell up there...love it...love the song, love the band....

Thanks for posting it
 

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Touch0Gray said:
maybe not the best ever but it is sure as hell up there...love it...love the song, love the band....

Thanks for posting it
This post was meant to evoke responses like that.

So, top it!
 

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that's gonna require some serious thought...I just listened to that twice through...hehehe and used it to set the mixer on my new laptop!
 

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not as long or as hard....but I love this intro........
 

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WI B16 said:
Lou Reed with Steve Hunter / Sweet Jane from Rock and Roll Animal.
Made me smile :cool: :cool:
 

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I loved that record. I played it for years.
 

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When Let it Bleed came out we heard a few tastes of some of the tunes. My local radio station was set to finally play the album in its entirety so I prepared for hearing in the best way we knew how back then and sat back... ready.
I heard the short version of this tune prior, without the intro played in the attached link.
When I heard this full version it simply blew me away.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XIX0ZDqDljA&feature=related
 

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What is this, the Classic Rock Convention?

Can't find the studio cut on YT, but I'm going with The Maker, Willie Nelson style. Mainly cause the intro's good but the song destroys everything in its path:


And there's this:

 

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I can't find it on youtube but it's on the 1966 bootleg Dylan album.

On May 17, 1966, during the last leg of the tour, Dylan and his band performed at Free Trade Hall in Manchester, England. Just before they started to play the track, an audience member yelled "Judas!", apparently referring to Dylan's supposed "betrayal" of folk music. Dylan responded, "I don't believe you. You're a liar!" With that, he turned to the band, ordering them to "play it ****ing loud".
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Like_a_Rolling_Stone

Then they leap into a great version of it. Absolutely great.

 

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That's weird, I too was thinking of posting a "Best Guitar Intro To A Song" post....

A few esoteric ones -- Faces, "Stay with Me" (Ronnie Wood on the guitar)



Raspberries - "Go All The Way" and "I Want To Be With You" (a "two-fer")


And....of course...Mick Mars' intro to "Kickstart My Heart" (can't find an "official" video for this, so this complilation of car wrecks will have to do.)

 

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Perhaps from a more current generation?


or


These are what I think of when I think of my favorite guitar intros.
 

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DrRoebuck said:
What is this, the Classic Rock Convention?

Can't find the studio cut on YT, but I'm going with The Maker, Willie Nelson style. Mainly cause the intro's good but the song destroys everything in its path:


And there's this:

Then this one can only be described as "Scorched earth policy"

 

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How about best vocal intro?

 
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