I'll Name That Song In One.....

Guns N' Roses Sweet Child O' Mine, The Eagles Hotel California and Gerry Rafferty's Baker Street are all iconic songs with intros to match. But here's a question - which do you consider to be the best ever intro to a song? There's so many that come to mind! It was a question I put to you and you came up with some absolute gems. Needless to say the 3 I mentioned above all polled highly, anyway take a look at the list below, its virtually impossible to mention every song but there are plenty of beauties here...


Smoke on the Water - Deep Purple - Emyr

Sound and Vision - David Bowie - Julie

Money for Nothing - Dire Straits - Hywel

She Caught The Katie - Blues Brothers version, and Black Coffee in Bed by Squeeze - Alan

Breaking into Heaven - Stone Roses - Ray

Gimme Shelter - Rolling Stones - Carol

Kiss Me The Way You Did Last Night - The Carpenters - Phil

We Wait And We Wonder - Phil Collins - Jamie

Layla - Eric Clapton - Claire

Parisian Walkways - Phil Lynott - Nigel

Get it Right Next Time & Night Owl - Gerry Rafferty - Tony

Back in Black - ACDC - Ed

Born To Run - Bruce Springstein - Steve

Smells Like Teen Spirit - Nirvana - Joe

Tush - ZZ Top - Dave

Radar Love - Golden Earring - Andrew

The In Crowd - Bryan Ferry - Simon

Together in Electric Dreams - Giorgio Moroder & Phil Oakey - Steve

Thunderstruck - ACDC - Jason and Mike

Blinded By The Sun - Rhys

Fanfare For The Common Man - Emmerson Lake and Palmer - Julie

Do It Again - The Beach Boys - David