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delbz
2006-07-14, 15:58
Can you guys recommend me a playlist to use as background music for inspiring/during bedroom aerobics? I need some ideas to add some sexy ambience just in case Mrs Delbz gives the word. ;)

I'm not talking about mellow romantic mood music with saxophones.

I thought Barry White, Enrique Englasias etc might be good.

No jokes about only needing 6 minutes worth of music either.

radish
2006-07-14, 17:38
Remember guys, this is a family forum :)

Personally, I find Madonna works pretty well (particularly the Erotica album, unsurprisingly). I'd also throw in maybe some Zero 7 and/or Air.

Nostromo
2006-07-14, 20:05
Kraftwerk ;)

Seriously, I'm listening to some Curtis Mayfield right now. That could do the trick.

Serge Gainsbourg, Je t'aime moi non plus (a song)

Funki Porcini, Going down (a song)

Dj Krush and Toshinori Kondo, Ki-OKU (an album)

Miles Davis/Bill Laswell, Panthalassa: the music of Miles Davis (especially the first and fourth tracks)

Antonio Carlos Jobim (brazilian jazz/bossa nova)

MeSue
2006-07-14, 21:34
From a female POVů Dave Matthews does it for me, the Crash album in particular. Also INXS, Chris Isaak, Robert Plant, and Jack Johnson are good bets. Some songs by U2, Peter Gabriel, Dire Straits, Jethro Tull, Santana, Daniel Lanois, David Gilmour, Sting, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Coldplay.

Barry White or Enrique Englasias would have the opposite effect on me, though, so maybe Mrs. Delbz has different musical tastes.

Good luck!

NookZ
2006-07-17, 06:49
Groove Armada - Back To Mine

1. Description Of A Fool - Tribe Called Quest
2. Playing your game baby - Barry White
3. Piano Grand - Tony D
4. Stanway's Revenge - Sidewinder (2)
5. Snappiness - BBG
6. Encounters - Ray Mang
7. Sound Of Music - Dayton
8. Your Song - Groove Armada
9. Next Type Of Motion - Roots Manuva
10. Light my fire - Al Green
11. I Should've Known Better - Mica Paris
12. Destination (Beach Towel Mix) - Schmoov
13. 'Tall Stories - Chaser (Lars from Mars mix)
14. Pharoahs - Tears for Fears

Quality "going down" mood mix :)

Mark Lanctot
2006-07-17, 07:03
Apparently the #1 song for this (don't know how they rate this) is Led Zeppelin - Stairway to Heaven.

Could work - starts out slow, gets fast and loud, then ends slow again. ;-)

Khuli
2006-07-17, 07:17
Could work - starts out slow, gets fast and loud, then ends slow again. ;-)
... and lasts EIGHT minutes....

Mark Lanctot
2006-07-17, 07:22
... and lasts EIGHT minutes....

Woo hoo! :-)

nicketynick
2006-07-17, 07:27
I'm usually pretty successful with Enigma.......

TiredLegs
2006-07-17, 09:28
Apparently the #1 song for this (don't know how they rate this) is Led Zeppelin - Stairway to Heaven.

Could work - starts out slow, gets fast and loud, then ends slow again. ;-)
When I was growing up in Connecticut in the '70s and '80s, one of the radio stations played "Stairway to Heaven" every single night (for like 10 years), timed so that it ended at exactly midnight. Now I know why!

Matt B
2006-07-18, 03:06
From a female POVů Dave Matthews does it for me, the Crash album in particular. Also INXS, Chris Isaak, Robert Plant, and Jack Johnson are good bets. Some songs by U2, Peter Gabriel, Dire Straits, Jethro Tull, Santana, Daniel Lanois, David Gilmour, Sting, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Coldplay.

and the next evening?

iPhone
2009-03-09, 13:47
Apparently the #1 song for this (don't know how they rate this) is Led Zeppelin - Stairway to Heaven.

Could work - starts out slow, gets fast and loud, then ends slow again. ;-)

I thought the Urban Legend was that it was Kashmir by Led Zeppelin!

Or am I thinking of some movie I saw?

Kyle
2009-03-09, 19:17
C'mon. Don't tell me you're all too young to remember Ravel's "Bolero." Didn't anyone see the movie "10"? Similar to "Stairway" in the way it builds to a ... um ... climax.

EDIT: Oops. iPhone, I didn't see your post in the other thread.

GeeJay
2009-03-09, 19:57
Since you're going down the Barry White path, try Marvin Gaye's "Let's Get It On". The title track is first on most folks' lists (at least those who aren't making love to Zeppelin), but the whole album is a classic...probably THE classic of the genre.

Sade's "Love Deluxe" is another sultry classic...in fact, most of her 80s output is great mood music (her later "Lovers Rock" is not as well known, but to me has the advantage of being quite listenable outside the bedroom).

Mark Lanctot
2009-03-10, 06:27
I thought the Urban Legend was that it was Kashmir by Led Zeppelin!

Or am I thinking of some movie I saw?

I heard that it was Stairway on some morning radio show back when I used to listen to the radio...I remember they tried it out - called up a couple, played it and kept checking back as the song played to see what happened!

)p(
2009-03-10, 09:29
The Stooges - Dirt

peter

Club1820
2009-03-12, 19:40
Groove Armada - Back To Mine

1. Description Of A Fool - Tribe Called Quest
2. Playing your game baby - Barry White
3. Piano Grand - Tony D
4. Stanway's Revenge - Sidewinder (2)
5. Snappiness - BBG
6. Encounters - Ray Mang
7. Sound Of Music - Dayton
8. Your Song - Groove Armada
9. Next Type Of Motion - Roots Manuva
10. Light my fire - Al Green
11. I Should've Known Better - Mica Paris
12. Destination (Beach Towel Mix) - Schmoov
13. 'Tall Stories - Chaser (Lars from Mars mix)
14. Pharoahs - Tears for Fears

Quality "going down" mood mix :)

This is the best of the Back to Mine CDs. Highly recommend.