What song intro causes you to turn up the volume?

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Alan Esdaile… Shaft Issac Hayes, Long Train Running Doobie Brothers and many more.

Matt Thomas… Do you want to take a guess at mine? lol

Sheila Maile… Tiny dancer .Elton john.great musician. Living on a prayer. Bon Jovi

Peter Fairless… Anything by Dr Feelgood

Julie Morris…  September – Earth, Wind & Fire

Paul Morfey… Steamy windows

Tony Davis… Blue Oyster Cult – Don’t Fear The Reaper

Graham How… Radar Love, Golden Earring…

Phil Gill… Hendrix, All Along the Watchtower

Matt Thomas… Love a bit of cheese and i think one of the greatest intro’s especially when played loud is Rubettes ‘Sugar Baby Love’

Gary Kinch… All good and Blue Oyster Cult is a favourite but may I suggest something from the Who? Won’t Get Fooled Again. Canned Heat: On the Road Again also a favourite.

Tony Davis… Two really good ones there Gary. Also Canned Heat Going Up The Country.

Phil Thornton… Head like a hole :NIN

Ernest Ballard… Won’t get fooled again. The Who.

Will Cornell… Flaming Groovies shake some action. Come to think of it, a lot of their intros made me want to crank it up.

Peter Fairless… Oh, that’s all all time top track. The Teenbeats did an awesome cover in their live set, too!

Justin Bridger… Black sabbath…….The wizard

Joe Knight… AC/DC or ROLLING STONES

Jan Warren… War Pigs, Black Sabbath!!

Alan Pepper… You really got me by the kinks or reach out I’ll be there by the four tops !

Stephen Kolimbarides… Hendrix. Voodoo Child (slight return)

Eric Cawthraw… I’m with Stephen K, I always belted out Voodoo Chile slight return – see copy single attached. Another belter was Motorhead – Motorhead, especially the 12″ version. I’d have to peel myself off the wall after that one.

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Phil Gill… I have that version too, it has a misprinted sleeve – “ledge of my hand” ,instead of “edge”. It came out in September 1970, almost immediately after he died. The record company were in such a rush to cash in on his death that they didn’t even bother to proof read the lyric on the sleeve.

Phil Thornton… Iron man. It’s clearly stated in the rules that you must turn it up !

Michael Wilson… ‘Peaches’ by the Stranglers

Graham Belchamber… Born to Run by Springsteen

Barry French… All right now by Free & Sylvia by Focus.

Ian Warne… Highway to hell

Nita Jorge… Dire Straits – Money for Nothing

Mike Curtis… Gimme Shelter – Rolling Stones.

Tony May… The Power & The Glory – Saxon.

Peter Fairless… ‘How Come’ by Ronnie Lane & Slim Chance…

Iain Cobby… Shes a beauty by the Tubes fantastic production and great sequenced electro intro.

Eric Peckham… Walking in Memphis – Marc Cohn

Mike Guy… John Cage 4’33”

Pete Thomson… Bryan Adams – Summer of ‘69.

Simon Wicker… Rock and Roll, Led Zeppelin

Jill Lawrence… Whiter shade of pale procol Harum

Alan Essex… Telstar by The Tornados.

Clifford Rose… Spirit of Radio by Rush

Martin Hurren… Radio Caroline played it twice this morning. A proper Amp lol.

Eric Harmer… Tiny Tim. Tiptoe through the tulips 😂

Colin Williams… 20th Century Boy, Marc Bolan

Pete Prescott… Anything I love ! Turn it up !

Kev Perry… Lily the pink

Amanda Brooks… Avenging Angels – Space

Roy Trunchion… Caroline, status quo.

Ian Mantell… Freebird, Smoke on the Water, Hotel California, Blinded by the Light, the list goes on and on….

Catherine Ireland…  Heard it through the grapevine.Marvin Gaye

Terry Pack… Casuses?

Judith Monk… Too many to choose just one.

John Coleman… Sweet child

Steve Amos… Baba O’Reilly

John Wilde…  Voodoo Chile {slight return}

Steve Reents… Running With The Devil

John Thynne… John Cage’s 4.33

Phil Thornton… 21st Century Schizoid man.

Stuart Moir… Jingle bells

Mark Asseenontv Scutchings-Stevens… My vintage Marshall amp. doesn’t go up to 11 ! …  My vintage Marshall amp. doesn’t go up to 11 ! …

Dave Nattress… Faith Healer by Alex Harvey – so menacing!!!

David Miller… Absolutely….!

Jan Warren… War Pigs, Black Sabbath …….. that intro is the heaviest fuckin’ brilliance ever, I play the vinyl and just have to keep repeating it over and over and over ……also Gimme Shelter, The Stones – amazing!!

Harvey Summers… Growing Up – Peter Gabriel.

Chris Jolly… Led Zep!

David Miller… Jumping Jack Flash

Ian Brown… Bachmann, Turner, overdrive, you ain’t seen nothin yet and Rubettes sugar baby love

Stephen Clarke… yes yes and  more than a feeling

Tony Davis… Derek and the Dominoes Layla

Chris Fagg… Dire Straits – “Sultans of Swing” !

Martin Hurren… Like A Hurricane by Neil Young.

Joe Knight… Block Buster 😊 too many to name 😂after 66yrs

David Francis… Where Were You by The Mekons. Best start to any song.

Jan Saunders Jyoti… The Laughing Gnome

Chris Jolly… Killer Queen! Whole Lotta Love. Good Times, Bad Times.Honky Tonk Women..

Jeff Belton… Rocking all over the world. By Status Quo

Chris Fagg… Gotta new one, Peter Knights Gigspanner’s new release, ” The Wife of Urban Law.” I’m lost for words to describe how brilliant it is ! Listen if it crops up… Also “Won’t Get Fooled Again” WHO

Mike Wright… Radar Love

 

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