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Old 04-18-02, 03:05 PM
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Favorite relaxation album (any genre applicable)

Mine are Peter Gabriel's SO and US albums. They both have a rather soothing sound even when they have faster songs. I am particularly fond of Red Rain and In Your Eyes.
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Recently its been Morning View from Incubus for me
I get to see them live tonight
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Most Van Morrison albums but especially Astral Weeks and Moondance.
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I like to go to sleep listening to Sasha & Digweed. When I am in a lighthearted mood, I like cruising around in my car listening to Massive Attack.
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If I just want to relax and wind down it's either anything by Diana Krall or George Strait.
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When I can't get to sleep I sometime put Enya on, I find it particulally soporific.
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Originally posted by Precious
When I can't get to sleep I sometime put Enya on, I find it particulally soporific.

others:
Mouth Music - Mouth Music
Hawaiian Slack Key Masters - Various
Doo Wop Box - Various
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Too many classical music cds to name here......But..........I'll name one to at least put something on the record..............


Beethoven: Symphony No. 6 "Pastorale"
Deutsche Grammophon #2894158332
Berliner Philharmoniker
Herbert von Karajan




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Any centro-matic album, the new Pleasant Grove album...some Radiohead, some Pink Floyd...
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OH YEAH!

Mogwai -- "Rock Action"
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...also any Pink Floyd, Paul Oakenfold or Orbital.
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Any album by Dead Can Dance
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Kind of Blue, Miles Davis. Best piece of recorded music ever, if there is such a thing.
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Originally posted by LurkerDan
Kind of Blue, Miles Davis. Best piece of recorded music ever, if there is such a thing.

Exactly. Greatest album every created in the history of recorded music.

Also a very soothing album for me.
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Originally posted by palebluedot
Exactly. Greatest album every created in the history of recorded music.

Also a very soothing album for me.
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anything by massive attack relaxes me.
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I have a ton of albums to put up for this thread...so I'll pick a few-

Yo-Yo Ma Solo
Anything by Rachmaninoff
Elysian Fields- Queen of the Meadow and Bleed Your Cedar
Tenchu Game Soundtrack
Avalon OST
Escaflowne OST and the Movie OST
Portishead
Mazzy Starr
Most John Coltrane
Most Miles Davis
Pretty much any Beethoven Piano Sonata
Samuel Barber - Adagios
Mozart- Adagios
Edward Grieg- Adagios
(sense a pattern on the orchestral adagios here?)

and so many more...
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Brian Eno, "Ambient I: Music for Airports"


if you can be anything but mellow when this is on then you're just not trying
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Originally posted by RaMMaR


others:
Mouth Music - Mouth Music
Hawaiian Slack Key Masters - Various
Doo Wop Box - Various
Forgot to add:
Living With Ghosts - Patty Griffin
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probably one of these three:

Lustmord - Heresy
Bill Laswell and M.J.Harris - Somnific Flux
Controlled Bleeding - The Poisoner
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Ditto to all said above about Miles Davis' Kind of Blue.

Probably the greatest collection of musicians on a single album... and mighty relaxing too.

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