The Last Friday in July is Talk In An Elevator Day. While in an elevator, it is a great time to meet people as you are both in such a confined space. You can create a short conversation by asking the other person if they are from the area or what brought them to the same building.
When looking at the manufacturer of an elevator while transporting in one you will commonly see the name, Otis. The reason for this is the manufacturer we named after the person who was tagged as the person who invented the modern-day elevator – Elisha Otis. The Otis Elevator Company is the largest such manufacturer of vertical transport systems. Another common manufacturer of elevators is ThyssenKrupp Elevator.
Just for celebrating Talk In An Elevator Day, we thought we would provide you a list of elevator songs. However, these songs are unique. Each song has the word elevator in the song title. No, we leave out any Muzak music.
We cannot talk about Otis elevators without talking about our favorite musician with the name Otis. That’s right, we REALLY like the music of Otis Redding. With songs like “These Arms Of Mine” and “That’s How Strong My Love Is”, great wedding R&B First Dance Songs, Otis will remain as a wedding artist for years to come. Probably Otis’ most recognizable hit is “(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay” reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 after his death in a plane crash.
3. Elevator – Eminem
Released 2009, Hip Hop
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1. Love In An Elevator – Aerosmith
Released 1989, Rock
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