What music does everybody listen to unwind to?
I find that early Beatles songs go well at the end of a hard day. It's something to do with the cheerfulness of it that works:
Again, with Simon & Garfunkel the more effortless-sounding songs are better, probably because my brain doesn't try to over-analyse it.
I don't listen to Pink Floyd too much (and usually when I do it's when I'm trying to concentrate), but Echoes is different. There's something very detached about it, and it's well worth the 20+ minutes it takes to listen to it all.
Show us not the aim without the way, for ends and means on earth are so entangled
That changing one, you change the other too; each different path brings other ends in view
Interpol, Block Party, Two Door Cinema, Tokyo Police Club and The XX's. Those are some pretty chill bands to listen to...
i've never listened to specific music with the intention of relaxing, sure i've fallen asleep listening to music (i.e. sigur ros) but listening to music in certain moods, isn't something i do. i'm too rigid with how i listen to cd's.
e. e. cummings is my hero.
I recall relaxing with some blotter at UCONN listening to this cosmic gospel song and stuff, back in the day...
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Do you get high and listen to classical? At one of the recent open mics, a dude was high on LSD, I guessed it based on his dilated pupils! And he cranked some classical stuff in his car when he headed home!
When will the world learn that a million men are of no importance compared with one man? [Henry David Thoreau]
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