View Full Version : I need makeout music!

Scabrous Birdseed
18-10-2004, 17:10:03
Sorry I've been a bit one-track in my posting lately, but:

Have: (item) One brand-spanking-new girlfriend. Soft and cuddly.

Not compatible with: record collection, consisting mostly of pumping, violently misogynistic hip-hop and punk rock. Particularly unsuitable favourites include: "Fish Fry" by Big Black, "Nut In Your Eye" by DJ Assault, "Diseases" by Papa Michigan and General Smiley.

I do have some Lovers' Rock (she's not a big reggae fan) and Marvin Gaye's "Let's Get It On" album which is a bit too clichéd. Having run through Dinah Washington and Van Morrison I seem to be out of options. I need some ideas of what to download/buy...

18-10-2004, 17:18:17
Dusty in Memphis - Dusty Springfield
Heatwave/Come And Get These Memories - Martha & the Vandallas
Any 70's Stevie Wonder
Inspiration Infomation - Shuggie Otis

er.... the Bridget Jones OST?

Lazarus and the Gimp
18-10-2004, 17:36:50
I can't answer this seriously, after seeing someone on Poly recommend "Yakkety Sax". I'm still laughing.

Lazarus and the Gimp
18-10-2004, 17:40:28
I'd recommend...

Seefeel- "Quique" album.
The Ecstasy of St Theresa- just about anything.
Spacemen 3, later stuff.

There's other stuff I like for this sort of thing, but you'd probably hate it.

18-10-2004, 17:53:43
Got any gabba? Something to set the pace of the humping...

Scabrous Birdseed
18-10-2004, 18:21:18
I'm thinking Bossanova. Or cool jazz. Something like that. Not too racy, we provide the heat ourselves.

Oh and soul is largely out, if she recognises the lyrics she gets an urge to sing along. (She's got a soul radio show and is au fait with almost everything).

18-10-2004, 18:32:27
Miles Davis...Kind of Blue

Scabrous Birdseed
18-10-2004, 18:36:45
Which I own and have been trying to find for the past two days. It's just-- gone. I'm convinced I put it somewhere on my shelf.

18-10-2004, 18:38:27
Taxi Driver Soundtrack - Bernard Herrmann: Very cool jazz

In fact most Bernard Herrmann soundtrack albums are really good (North by Northwest & Cape Fear for example...)

Lazarus and the Gimp
18-10-2004, 18:47:09
Actually, seeing as you don't mind Indian/Pakistani music I think you might appreciate Sheila Chandra and Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. They should fit the bill.

18-10-2004, 18:49:48
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan did Yeh Jo Halka Halka Saroor Hai right? I like Jeff Buckley's live cover of that.

Lazarus and the Gimp
18-10-2004, 19:03:12
Can't say I know that name, but then Nusrat's recorded output was colossal. He must have released well over 100 albums in his lifetime. I knew Jeff Buckley was a fan.

The Shaker
18-10-2004, 19:07:29
Have you tried some Maiden?

18-10-2004, 21:13:43
Girls :q:

Immortal Wombat
18-10-2004, 21:19:49
Mr Scruff is cool jazz. When they don't go all fish-themed and weird anyway.

18-10-2004, 21:31:48
Chris de Bleauurgh? I always managed to get off with chicks at the end of the school disco while that song was playing. If you play that she might even let you play with her genitals behind the bike sheds.

18-10-2004, 23:41:13
Deep house by what's his name. Straight outa campton or something is the title of one ofhis CDs. But the next one I remembered! : "under a starry night" is THE make out/love making music. It doesn't have male or female music so it's not biased on either side and favors noone. But the music is sooo soothing (anti-early ejaculation) and inspiring it is definitely worth checking out.

Resource Consumer
19-10-2004, 15:07:12
Village People - Greatest Hits?

Nills Lagerbaak
19-10-2004, 15:13:39
Meat loaf - Any thing for love
Brian Adams - everything I do
Bon jovi - bed of roses

19-10-2004, 16:12:15
portishead - dummy

the ultimate love/sex/dirty fuck album

Nills Lagerbaak
19-10-2004, 16:22:21
See KG's thread on Necrotism.....

19-10-2004, 16:22:52
Originally posted by Nills Lagerbaak
Meat loaf - Any thing for love
Brian Adams - everything I do
Bon jovi - bed of roses
:lol: awesome!

Have you seen those ads for the ultimate lovesong collection? They've managed to edit the songs together so that they sound like one long soft rock song song. After a couple of viewings you'll be singing along.

Nills Lagerbaak
19-10-2004, 16:30:10
I haven't yet, but I imagine it wouldn't be hard to convice someone they all sounded the same!

19-10-2004, 23:14:15
Bif Naked - We Are the Lucky Ones, although that's more huging music than making-out music.

20-10-2004, 10:50:16
Let's see... last time I think I used... Philip Glass' "Mishima" OST :cute:


22-10-2004, 16:57:39
Elysian Fields might be worth a look.

Scabrous Birdseed
23-10-2004, 11:32:53
Lambchop works surprisingly well, I can report. As did "Shocking Love" by The Federals.

23-10-2004, 11:51:25

You're one weird fella!


The Mad Monk
23-10-2004, 11:57:23
Norah Jones

Check the samples (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B00005YW4H/104-7347639-0693551?v=glance)

Scabrous Birdseed
23-10-2004, 12:26:58
I certainly wouldn't mind but I doubt Sabina is up for it.

Provost Harrison
23-10-2004, 15:32:03
What? Norah Jones?

Lazarus and the Gimp
23-10-2004, 19:18:00
Your girlfriend's named after an airline? Cool.

Provost Harrison
24-10-2004, 00:26:32
I suppose Lufthansa kind of sounds like a girl's name :D

*End Is Forever*
24-10-2004, 01:36:12
Next thing you know, you'll meet a girl named after Arsenal's new stadium...

24-10-2004, 16:20:49
I can't believe you haven't put on Otis Reding...the original makeout classic.

Also, The Dwarves have some lovely songs...

The Mad Monk
25-10-2004, 08:46:08
Snow White always liked them.

Resource Consumer
26-10-2004, 15:28:54
7 at a time!

26-10-2004, 15:33:00
Hiho hi ho

Provost Harrison
26-10-2004, 16:39:16
That sounds more like a donkey impression to me ;)

27-10-2004, 00:35:55
Portishead follwed by Massive Attack

or Marvin Gaye followed by Al Green if you're feeling more jaunty

27-10-2004, 01:00:33
How about..."hum along to the sound of my sack slappin' yo ass"?

27-10-2004, 07:50:01

29-10-2004, 08:10:04
you old romantic you

02-11-2004, 15:05:57
Enigma, 1990AD

18-11-2004, 13:20:00
Originally posted by Lazarus and the Gimp
I can't answer this seriously, after seeing someone on Poly recommend "Yakkety Sax". I'm still laughing.


Scabrous Birdseed
20-12-2004, 21:11:10
Right, update report:

"Leb Wohl" by Neu! played early in the process has got me the easily two best nights of sex I've ever had.

Lazarus and the Gimp
20-12-2004, 22:53:11
Ah, yes. Krautrock shagging. I approve.

Can's "Mother Sky" and "Yoo doo right" have proved their worth, on occasion.