/ name the riff..

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thin bob on 31 Oct 2012
some crap, but fun to try & name it before the title pops up

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHQqMS-2gHM
waterbaby - on 31 Oct 2012
In reply to thin bob:

That'd be cool if my computer wasn't sooooooooooo slow. So far the title has appeared before the music..........jittery you tube:-(
Blue Straggler - on 31 Oct 2012
In reply to thin bob:

I watched 4 minutes. I didn't know 60% of them even after the title flashed up (a generous 4 seconds after the riff starts)
Some weren't even that good! :-)
Blue Straggler - on 31 Oct 2012
In reply to Blue Straggler:
> (In reply to thin bob)

> Some weren't even that good! :-)



..as you pointed out in the OP - sorry!
Got a job rob - on 31 Oct 2012
In reply to thin bob: What no stair way!
sbc_10 - on 31 Oct 2012
In reply to thin bob:

Lots of blow waved, tight trousered rock poodles in there.
Some good ones but ...
WOT! no Wilko Johnson Kop this ....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OzOCGKxbBg

....Link Wray, Duane Eddy .....
thin bob on 02 Nov 2012
In reply to sbc_10:
Nice link!
you're totally right about spandexed fretw@nkers! :-)

Excellent shout with Mr Wilko, the one person that I believe would wield an *actual* axe with equal conviction ;-)

My ultimate intro is a drum one, two notes:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sKumfRiGdQI

thin bob on 02 Nov 2012
In reply to sbc_10:

Wilko showing how to play She Does It Right. Look into his eyes and tell me you don't see a man with an axe :-)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPg9P1q2icA

See you in the morning, down by the jetty, I'm going back home :-)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-eo6qHCaFk
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sbc_10 - on 02 Nov 2012
In reply to thin bob:

Ohhyess....Wilko is the man. Saw him in York last week. Pure entertainment, and a lot of sound for a 3 piece band. Me and my mate Stu are in our forties but were thrown back to our adolescence... you just cant beat that vibe.....talk about teenage kicks we were grinning from ear to ear.

Talking about Teenage kicks, that intro once had me pogo-ing into a low suspended ceiling at a local disco. It is one of the defining riffs of popular music history.

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