Songs with memorable keyboard riffs
'Take On Me': - Aha The jaunty intro to 'Take On Me' was achieved using a Roland Juno-60 and Yamaha DX-7.
'Light My Fire': - The Doors One of rock music's most iconic keyboard intros is played by Ray Manzarek on the Doors' 'Light My Fire.
Baba O’Riley': - The Who Peter Townshend composed and played the hypnotic introduction to 1971's 'Baba O’Riley.
'Catherine Parr': - Rick Wakeman One of rock music's greatest keyboard exponents, Rick Wakeman, known for his stint in the prog rock band.
'Green Onions': - Booker T & The MGs An instrumental classic released in 1962, 'Green Onions' is essentially a 12-bar blues underpinned by Booker
'Jump': - Van Halen While 'Jump' is celebrated for a virtuoso guitar solo by Eddie Van Halen, the track, released as a single in 1983.
'A Whiter Shade of Pale': - Procol Harum One of the evergreen songs of the '60s, Procol Harum's enduring classic is noted.
'Because': - The Beatles The prominent use of the Moog synthesizer on 'Abbey Road' is especially apparent on the ballad.
'1999': - Prince Always the visionary, in 1982 Prince was urging us all to party like it was 1999.
'Superstition': - Stevie Wonder Instantly recognizable, the opening riff to 'Superstition' is Stevie Wonder at his funkiest.