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Songs with intros of classic spoken words

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He had abandoned it as a lost art, a bit like another forgotten victim of commercialism in the entertainment world. In the first place, it was the moment of publicity that led to the disappearance of television programs with catchy themed songs, such as classics like The Brady Bunch or Gilligan’s Island or even older series such as Full House or Friends.

Then appeared the almost complete disappearance of the songs with the intros of spoken words, which were once basic products of popular music. Part of the lasting charm of the groups of the sixties as the Kingston Trio is the spiritual introduction to songs like “Mr.T.A.” or even serious preludes of ballads like “Tom Dooley”.

Fortunately, a popular artist released an album in 2017, whose first song offers a spoken introduction. Tat track heads the following list of ten of these songs that begin with the discourse instead of singing.

Mirage of Toro Y Moi

Chaz Bundick opens the album Boo Boo 2017 with this song, which begins with him saying: “I just want everyone to have a good time, really”.

Andy Warhol by David Bowie

Hunky Dory presents this ode to the eccentric artist, beginning with Bowie trying different pronunciations of the name in the title.

Love me, I am a liberal of Phil Ochs

“Every American community has different nuances of political commentary,” said Protestant singer Ochs in the introduction to this classic. “The darkest of these are the liberals, twenty-five degrees to the left of the center when times are good, but twenty-five degrees to the right of center when it affects them personally.”

Ballroom Blitz for the sweet

Brian Connelly, the lead singer, starts this favorite game by talking to members of his band, asking, “Are you ready, Steve, Andy, Mick, all right, guys, come on!

The cover of Dr. Hook’s rolling stone and the medical room

You can hear the guys in the group discussing their reaction on the cover, saying, “Oh, I do not think so, ha, look, do not touch, man.”

While my guitar cries softly for the Beatles

While “Bungalow Bill” disappears, his successor on the white album begins with George Harrison shouting “Hello everyone!” before the unforgettable piano joins the slow hand of Eric Clapton on the strings.

One of my tricks by Pink Floyd

Toni Tennille speaks at the beginning of this climax of The Wall, while asking the troubled main character questions like “Are all these guitars?” and “Do you want to bathe?”

Daydream Believer for the Monkees

After Davy Jones asks his teammates what track there is in the press, the three respond that it is seven-A. He tells them that they are catching him because he is small.

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