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    Tommy Castro, It Ain't Easy Bein' Me, 2007, Blind Pig USA, BPCD 5111

    Laughter as a painkiller. Intro of "It aint easy..." of album "Painkiller".
    Listen to all the grasping intros in these 12 tracks!
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    Squeeze, Franks Bag, 1989, AM Germany, 390459-7

    All good clean fun with laughter and cheers by Jools Holland. Live in the studio! Da geht die Post ab...
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    Tremeloes, Even the bad times are good, 1967, Embassy Holland, EMB 31031

    Laugh! Even the good times are bad....
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    John Lee Hooker, Chill out, 1995

    After this fantastic guitar solo by Carlos Santana: a laughter of happiness and thankfulness by Hooker for this generous present.
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    David Byron, Take No Prisoners, 1975, Bronze Germany, 89 433 XOT

    A short sharp laughter of fun and joy in the first verse of "Stop" B4 by this great vocal artist (Uriah Heep). For sure: the most variable voice in rock music.
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    John Hurley, Children's Dreams, 1973, Bell USA, 1114

    "Groovy" B1. Laughter of pure joy and happiness. Because he has the best studio musicians. 45 years since this one. Great voice!
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    Temptations, Smiling faces sometimes, 1971, Tamla Motown Holland, 5C 054 92816

    Does anybody remember this laughter in the outro of "Smiling faces sometimes"? Behind your back.......
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    Blossom Toes, People of the royal parks, 1967

    "They'll be happy, they'll be smiling, they'll go to the races, they'll drink Scotch Whisky, the people that we know are happy all the time..." followed by a crazy laughter at the end of this funny song.
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    Manu Dibango, Kango, 1986 from LP "Afrijazzy"

    A song of laughter. Africa is breathing. There is much laughter on this album, nearly in every song. It's Afrijazzy!
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    The Surfaris, Wipe out, 1963

    The most famous laughter. The only vocal is this laughter in the intro of this instrumental after the breaking-sound of the surf board. Schadenfreude?
    Woke up in the morning and saw this magnitude of snow outside. This never happened in Switzerland on May 5th, as long as anyone can remember. So today, I first remembered this laughter: Hi Hi Hi, wipe out....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fritz The Cat View Post

    Woke up in the morning and saw this magnitude of snow outside. This never happened in Switzerland on May 5th, as long as anyone can remember. So today, I first remembered this laughter: Hi Hi Hi, wipe out....
    Is this called the global warming? Har har har...

    I recall we've had snow in the Walpurgis nights of 1970 and 1982.

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    Snow?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kay Pirinha View Post
    Is this called the global warming? Har har har...

    I recall we've had snow in the Walpurgis nights of 1970 and 1982.

    Best regards!

    Walpurgis nights?Snow? Are you sure, what kind of white substance it was? If it was cold to touch, then you remember well...
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    Sam Cooke, Live At Harlem Square Club, 1963, RCA Germany, PL85181

    Live recording full of laughter and vitality. Soulfulness. Joie de vivre.
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    Can we identify that »Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha« close to the end of Gallows Pole (Led Zeppelin III, B1) as laughter as well?

    Best regards!

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    Laughter?

    Does anybody remember laughter in Led Zeppelin songs?
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