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When you need a long hug, an aural hug, some musical solace...

Discussion in 'music' started by windhoek, May 8, 2019.

  1. Graham B

    Graham B pfm Member

    One track I keep going back to is ‘It’s getting late’ by Galaxie 500. Starts out warm and smooth, rising to a beautiful crescendo with awesome guitar, timed perfectly. Most Mazzy Star also applies.
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  2. Ibbots

    Ibbots pfm Member

    M.Ward or Howe Gelb for the relax slowly into a coma
  3. Joe Hutch

    Joe Hutch Mate of the bloke

    Achtung Bono! by Half Man Half Biscuit
    Sean K likes this.
  4. deebster

    deebster pfm Member

    Dunno what yer on about :)
  5. aedagnino

    aedagnino pfm Member

    Another Green World by Eno.
  6. James Evans

    James Evans Bedroom Bodger

    This would be my aural hug tune, never tire of it.

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  7. matt j

    matt j pfm Member

    Mazzy Star - So Tonight That I Might See

    Hope Sandoval's voice just melts me.
  8. foxwelljsly

    foxwelljsly Keep Music Vile

    Machine Gun by Peter Brotzmann. ;-)
  9. Monitor Gold 10

    Monitor Gold 10 Active Member

    Sol Seppy Live in Me. Give it a try..
  10. herb

    herb music live

    Captain Beefheart's yer man:D
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  11. windhoek

    windhoek The Phoolosopher

    Wow, where to start??? Okay, great track and I haven't heard it in years... quite a wacky track in which to find solace... and how on earth did you end up posting it in the first place... for a classical music enthusiast like you I would have expected something tuneful by Bach at the very least :D
  12. herb

    herb music live

    But the Captain is the real thing, just like Bach. I do like all forms of music, in particular late Coltrane, Monk, Beefheart, Stockhausen, Mozart, Schoenberg - so pretty far out I suppose though, which can lead to some interesting conversations with 'stranger neighbours' at a Mozart concert, say.

    The Captain was a fine Soul singer by the way, see The Spotlight Kid.

    My taste in books is pretty far out too, I'm not your typical Classical music enthusiast?:D
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  13. deebster

    deebster pfm Member

    The Lilac Time's eponymous first album
  14. kendo

    kendo Prussian bot

    Popol Vuh - Heart of Glass - Der Ruf

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  15. guey

    guey pfm Member

    Joni MItchell - Hejira
    Cluster - Sowiesoso
    Mark Eitzel - Songs Of Love Live
    Tim Buckley - Blue Afternoon
    Miles - In A Silent Way
    JJ Cale - Naturally
    Marvin - What's Going On
    Nina Simone - I Put A Spell On You
    Hugo Largo - Drum
    Eno - Another Green World
    Snufkin likes this.
  16. Seeker_UK

    Seeker_UK Waiting for the streetcar..



    Any of Roedleius' 'Selbstportrait' series but 'II' is the first one I go for:

    Software - Chip Meditation

    John Themis - Atmospheric Conditions
  17. guey

    guey pfm Member

    I've only got Volume 6 of the Selbstportrait series - should really check out the rest.
  18. venton

    venton pfm Member

    Very embarrassing, but Back to Front by Gilbert O'sullivan.
  19. maccar

    maccar pfm Member

    Vienna Teng from her album The Waking Hour
  20. maccar

    maccar pfm Member

    Or Melody Gardot, from her album My One and Only Thrill

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