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Are there songs that put you in an amorous mood, I have 2
Kashmir by Led,Zeppelin and Glory Box by Portishead. Both very provocative songs

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I had an old Rockola juke box that played 45s. This was my set: Unchained Melody, When a Man Loves a Woman (Percey Sledge), You Look Wonderful Tonight (Clapton), We Never Danced To a Love Song(Manhattan's) and finally Take My Breath Away. Usually playing hide the salami halfway through Clapton.

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Hanging On a Curtain, and You Look Like Rain by Morphine.

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Animal - Bloodhound Gang

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"Why don't we get drunk and screw" by Jimmy Buffet. When he sings that song there isn't a dry seat in the place.

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Yes, but only in the right company. It's not like an instant aphrodesiac or anything.

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A really great piece of makeout music is Air’s β€œLa Femme d’argent” from their 1998 β€œMoon Safari” release, as are the two lovely Beth Hirsch compositions also included on the album.

Bread is another great band with a fine catalog of music which has never failed to put me my love interest in the mood.

Lastly, call me old-school, but just about anything Samba/Bossanova. It’s playful, elegant, refreshing, and very sexy-groovy. Artists to look for are Marisa Monte, Rosa Passos, Astrud Gilberto, Elis Regina, Elaine Elias, and Bebel Gilberto, just to name a few. If you don’t have their records, no problem. Just play Pandora’s Bossanova station, and you’re good to go.

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Oh, yes.

I am not posting those to public, though!

@Millie I'm a prude.

[Curiosity Intensifies]

@aussj4link Ha!

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"I'm Not In Love" 10cc. But then again I have a strong association with this song.

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I love Portishead. There are some Massive Attack songs that fuel my mood.

@Millie I agree with you. Lol

Paradise Circus by Massive Attack

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I vote for Kashmir as well. And also put some of Nina Simone's tracks and most of Alicia Keys' tracks.

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When a Man loves a Woman, Percy Sledge

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Just the two of us - Bill Withers

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Sexual Healing by Marvin Gaye

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