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    Does anybody remember laughter?

    Led Zeppelin, The Song Remains The Same, 1976, Swan Song
    Listen to live version of "Stairway To Heaven": spontaneous question by Robert Plant: "Does anybody remember laughter?"
    This is a thread about laughter in rock songs.
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    Deep Purple, In Rock, 1970, Harvest England, SHVL 777

    The most famous laughter in hard rock music by Ian Gillan at the end of "Speed King" A1. After having replanted just a few roots....
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    War, Same, 1971, LA Metronome Germany, 0060.155

    Haunting laughter by "Papa" Dee Allen in "Fidel's Fantasy" B3.
    Wake up, Fidel, it's time for your fantasy!
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    “All Aboooooard, Ha ha ha ha ha...”

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    Ha Ha, said the clown

    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    “All Aboooooard, Ha ha ha ha ha...”
    https://www.theguardian.com/music/mu...-song-rock-pop
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    Ronny Jordan, The Quiet Revolution, 1993, Island France, CID 8009

    This nasty laughter by Dana Bryant on Ronny Jordans "The Jackal"! It sends cold shivers up and down my spine .....
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    Genesis, Mama, 1983, Vertigo Germany, 814 287-1

    Genesis: "Mama" A1: a brilliant love-and-hate song with some frightening "ha-ha"s by Phil Collins.
    Laughter or coughing?
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    Roy Harper & Jimmy Page, Whatever Happened to Jugula?, 1985, Begg Banquet UK, BEGA 60

    Track B4 "Advertisement": weird laughter by the musicians, especially by Steve Broughton.
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    Alice Cooper, Welcome To My Nightmare, 1975, WB Canada, SD 18130

    Diabolic speech and laughter by "special guest" Vincent Price in "Devil's food" A2.
    Good night!
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    Louis Armstrong, Long gone, 1955, Philips Holland, 321 967 BF

    Does anybody remember this laughter? He had the best and the most laughs: Satchmo!
    This is a funny duet with Velma Middleton.
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    Pink Floyd, Dark Side Of The Moon, 1973, Harvest Germany, 1C 062-05249, Quadrophonie

    The most famous crazy laughter in the early 70ies. Very impressive, especially on this German Quadrophonie pressing: "Brain damage" B4. Listen loud!
    "Remembering games and daisy chains and laughs, got to keep the loonies on the path..."


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    Elvis Presley, This Is Elvis OST, 1981, RCA Germany, BL 04031

    The voice. The laughter.
    "Are you lonesome tonight" D3. From the 1977 TV Special "Elvis in concert". Recorded live in June 1977 during an Elvis tour.
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    Alberta Hunter, The Glory Of, 1982, Columbia USA, 37691-1

    Cover art with a huge laughter. Hey, this Lady had such a great voice and humor!
    Unforgettable.
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    The Dukes Of Stratosphear, Psonic Psunspot, 1987, Virgin UK, VP 2440

    Beatles-tribute-laughter at the end of "You're a good man Albert Brown" A4.
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    Manhattan Transfer, Jukin', 1971, Emidisc Crystal Germany, EMD 81931, Reissue 1975

    Why is Rosie giggling in the intro of "One more time around Rosie" B3?
    Electric guitar played by Saber. Anybody knows this guitar player called Saber?

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