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    Deep Purple, A Gypsy's Kiss, 1984

    He did the most dirty laughter: Ian Gillan. "...Won Tun Wan with your Chinese fan..." in "A Gypsy's Kiss" from "Perfect Stranger". A silly joke? Anybody knows the cause for the laughter?
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    Slim Gaillard, Laughing In Rhythm, 1951

    A whole lot of laughing in rhythm and nonsensical words with a lively guitar solo.
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    Billy Preston, How long has the train been gone, 1973, AM Germany, 13168AT, 45rpm

    At the end of this song: a happy "oh what a good job have i done"-laughter. Alles richtig gemacht, Billy!
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    Mongo Santamaria, Watermelon Man, 1979, from "Red Hot", Tappan Zee, Holland

    Vivid version of Hancocks "Watermelon Man": Laughter as a rhythmic vocal element by La Lupe: joy of living!
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    Rod Stewart, Bring it on home to me/ You send me, 1974 from LP "Smiler"

    I know i laughed, when you left... I'll give you jewelry and money too... ha ha. What a lucky guy. Sing it again, Rod!
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    Aldo Nova, Twitch, 1985, Portrait Holland, 26440

    Instrumental title track "Twitch" B5: is there any reasonable cause for laughter in this synthesizer-overkill?
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    Deep Purple, Speed King, 1970

    50 years ago: the dirty laughter by Ian Gillan at the end of "Speed King" is an ecstatic outburst of exalted gladness. They had just given birth to "heavy metal hard rock". An epochal song. PS: on this compilation we have the US-version of "Speed King" where the fantastic excessive whammy bar intro was omitted aiming to more success on US-market. They wouldn't hardly bear it...
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    Riff Raff, Love In Vain, 1981

    Ghost train-laughter as intro of "Love in Vain" of 1981 LP "Vinyl Futures".
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    Van Halen, II, 1979, WB Germany, WB 56 616

    "Bottoms Up!" A4: big fun boogie at Sunset Sound Recorders, Hollywood. Bottoms up!
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    Willy DeVille, Miracle, 1987, Polydor Germany, 833 669-1

    Produced by Mark Knopfler. Listen to "Southern Politician": the politicians sardonic laughter at the end of the song.
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    Jeff Beck, Truth, 1968, Epic USA, BN 26413

    Laughter De Luxe, B4! Rod The Mod, the rascal.
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    Rainbow, Difficult To Cure, 1981, Polydor Germany, 2391 506

    A song of joy and laughter: "Difficult to cure". At the end of the surgical treatment: OP successful-patient dead.
    Beethoven is laughing...
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    Yes, ha ha ha

    Napoleon XIV, They're Coming to Take Me Away "They're coming to take me away ho ho hee hee ha ha"

    Beatles, I am the Walrus "don't you think the joker laughs at you? Ho ho ho he he he ha ha ha"

    Moody Blues, Ride My Seesaw Crazy laughter at 0:44

    Jim Backus and Friends, Delicious Tipsy giddiness throughout.
    "Why don't you Mine your own Bismuth, so you won't be mining mine?"

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    The Muffin Man and almost any live CD with his band Frank Zappa

    He poot's forth!

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    Frankie Goes to Hollywood's Welcome to the Pleasure Dome. The world is my oyster

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