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I love music It makes me smile. What song or genre of music brings a smile to your face?

IAJO163 7 June 7

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A lot of early music - plainchant and polyphony - amazing what could be done by just blending human voices - I don't mind the religious context as mainly latin text and my translation is not that quick.
Highlights Allegri Miserere mei deus and Tallis Spem in alium
Bach, Beethoven, and most of the classical period
Highlights Beethoven pastoral symphony (pastoral) Bach - welll how do you choose just one piece - maybe air on a thing string
Later Mahler, Shostakovich, Dvorak, Barber, Vaughan - Williams, Rachmaninov - just too many.
crooners, like Jim Reeves, who had a silky voice
sixties bands - from Allman Brothers to Zeppelin, with Cream, Pink Floyd, Yes, Supertramp, Camel and so many more
now - music by voices8, Pentatonix, but very few 'singers' and many new performers of classical music


You sure you want to have this conversation? Better set aside about three days.


Hallelujah, two shows recently, all re-runs, FBI and Numbers have used this music as their ending melody. I just loose it, so beautiful.

I love beautiful music and one doesn't have to take it literally. Just listen and enjoy. That's your right.


Pretty much everything, except 'Country & Western' -- Note: I like Country and I like Western, just not the fusion that started in the late 60's / early 70's. It is interesting to see Country & Western moving back into mainline rock and blues.


I prefer smooth jazz...right now Vincent Ingala is my new favorite...I am always in a good mood when I listen to a mix of dance-y, love-y, and smile-y music

Snap, Crackle and Pop is one of my faves! I begin my day with smooth jazz right after the news.


It's got to be the blues man. From Muddy Waters and Robert Johnson to John Mayall and John Bonamassa


Mellow jazz.

Kenny Rankin singing "While My Guitar Gently Weeps." Encore album.

Patricia Barber

Joni Mitchell, "Miles of Aisles" album

Bach, the Bradenburg Concertos Nos. 4, 5 & 6

Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Pass, "Again" album

Cat Stevens singing "Moonshadow" and "Morning Has Broken." Teaser and the Firecat.

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