your favorite seduction song

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  1. naughty

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    Hi,
    When I was growing up it used to crack me up the number of guys who would put on Teddy Pendergrass's "Turn out the lights" and "Close the door" and expect me to melt. To tell the truth I think that Rachmaninoff and Bossa Nova are the music of seduction. They just didn't know! What does it for you.


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    I love the Rach 3 but I don't really see any inherent seductive properties in the music.
     
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    rainsfletcher: Some Chopin is great, and many, many individual songs -- too many to list, here.

    Anyone remember Fast Times at Ridgemont High? "The B-side of Led Zeppelin 4...."

    Nice signature, nlatimer....I actually remember that song.
     
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    HORSEHUNGshowoff: I would have to say either Chopins Nocturnes , also love his Berceuse or the Rachmaninoff 2nd piano concerto 2nd mvmt , that is so lush and beautiful


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    HORSEHUNGshowoff: I completely forgot the piece that drives me to tears every time I hear it especially when played by Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg and that is Meditation by Massenet from the opera Thais


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    In my opinion, Ravel's Bolero is the perfect mood music for seduction.
     
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    rainsfletcher: Horsehung, I am impressed! Very nice selections, my man! You should make a mix-CD of you favorites and sell it...."Horsehung's favorite shag-tunes...gaurenteed to get even YOU laid!"

    A little Beethoven, anyone? THe Fifth piano concerto?

    I have one for you all, something you may not have heard anywhere. Thomas Otten. Check it out. Unbelievable shit. Whomever you are with, they'll be MUSH by the end of the CD.
     
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    HORSEHUNGshowoff: Hahahahaha Great Idea :) , though I doubt it would sell as well as my videos have :) . and Yes I love the Emperor ,I learned it at music camp and can still play the first mvmt , the 3rd however forget it lol.

    and Otten I have not heard of but will be looking for it ASAP


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    Jordon Knight's "Give It To You" is pretty sexy stuff...
     
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    rainsfletcher: Bingo...

    Some of it is almost too beautiful. ALmost painful to listen to, if there is such a thing. Trust me, horsehung. If I can take a guess from your posts, you'll love it.

    I'll make a bet with you even. If you don't like it, I'll spring for a premium membership on LPSG.... :D

    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detai...=music&n=507846

    Read the reviews, I'm not full of shit (well, not THIS time...)
     
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    HORSEHUNGshowoff: LOL you are like the 20th person to offer in one way or another a free mmbrship , NO thank you but thats OK I refuse to pay for something that should be free and I dont want anyone to pay for it either. Mark should be man enough to honor his word but Cest la vie

    Thx for the info on the CD

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    Wow, this has been an impressive display of musical knowledge, kinda gave me goosebumps! Almost too beautiful- Sigur Roz' "Parenthesis" cd, light side first, then dark side. Austere- Mozart's Requiem, but love any of his piano concertos too. How long you been playing piano, Horsehung?
     
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    Hi,

    I really do agree with Horsehung in his musical choices.

    DMW,
    I guess "Boloro" is a bit too vanilla for my taste, but that similar effect of gradual build up to a climactic finish on a grand scale can be found in Smetna's "The Moldau" as well as Rachmaninoff's "Rhapsodies on a theme by Paganini".
    For exquisite exoticism, there is nothing like "Scheherezade" by Rimsky-Korsokov .The violins .... can bring you to tears! For a reflective moment,
    The Gymnopedies by Erik Satie, Ravel's "Pavane pour enfant defunte", Debussy's Beau Soir..... IMHO.


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    I think the most dramatic music to serve as a background when my ex and I made love was Mozart's Requiem.


    Then there's lighter fare:


    My Ding-A-Ling
    Chuck Berry

    When I was a little biddy boy
    My grandma bought me a cute little toy
    Two Silver bells on a string
    She told me it was my ding-a-ling

    CHORUS:
    My Ding-A-Ling My Ding-A-Ling won't you play with My Ding-A-Ling
    My Ding-A-Ling My Ding-A-Ling won't you play with My Ding-A-Ling

    When I was little boy In Grammar school
    Always went by the very best rule
    But Evertime the bell would ring
    You'd catch me playing with my ding-a-ling

    CHORUS

    Once while climbing the garden wall,
    Slipped and fell had a very bad fall
    I fell so hard I heard birds sing,
    But I held on to My ding-a-ling

    CHORUS

    Once while swimming cross turtle creek
    Man them snappers right at my feet
    Sure was hard swimming cross that thing
    With both hands holding my dingaling

    CHORUS

    Now this here song it ain't so bad
    Prettiest little song that you ever had
    And those of you who will not sing
    Must be playing with your own Ding-a-ling
     
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    HORSEHUNGshowoff: [QUOTE=madame_zora,Jun 17 2004, 08:08 AM]Wow, this has been an impressive display of musical knowledge, kinda gave me goosebumps! Almost too beautiful- Sigur Roz' "Parenthesis" cd, light side first, then dark side. Austere- Mozart's Requiem, but love any of his piano concertos too. How long you been playing piano, Horsehung?

    A friend of mine online introduced me to Sigur roz, I had never heard of them before and he sent me a video of theirs which I think to this day I have not seen a more moving music video , I cant recall the name but it was about 2 young boys loving each other but being seperated by their parents ignorance and the cinematography is beautiful , do you know what I am talking about ? I lost that video and would LOVE to have it again

    As far as playing the piano I was a Late bloomer and didnt start till I was thirteen in JR high but took to it instantly and in 3 months time was playing Fur Elise and by High school I was able to play letter perfect the Schuman A minor and Gershwins Rhapsody in blue so I progressed Musically amazingly fast but my technique held me back from playing certain Lizst pieces as well as the Prokofiev 3rd, I rarely play anymore but still Classical music and foremost the piano )esp Chopin) remains food for my soul and very existence.
    And the Mozart Requiem is probably one of my fave choral works without a doubt the most moving hands down , as for Bravura I also love Orffs Carmina Burana and Rachmaninoffs The Bells , based on the E.A,POE classic

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    Although I probably would tire of it on a regular regimen, Bolero is the most restful, soul-encompassing composition for me. I easily visualize lying on the living room floor with its playing for me and knowing it would be a signal to my ex that the night would hold pleasurable activities.

    In a lighter vein, "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" stimulates the same erotic cravings in me, since one of my first male lover's faces appears in my memory.

    Gosh! Luke
     
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    humongous: PURPLE RAIN AND LITTLE RED CORVETTE BY PRINCE
     
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    wvalady1968:
    Love that!!!!

    Anything Barry White sings......
     
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