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Old 04-19-2022, 02:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Do you know any songs with similar atmosphere?

Hi I've got an issue. I'm looking for some songs with calm and warm sound. I'd like to create an autumn playlist (yeah, in spring - anyway...) Do you know any songs which are quite similar to these ones below? I would appriciate any responde. Thank you! ❤️

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(/watch?v=WDAd0S92Uko) Demi Lovato - Stone Cold

(/watch?v=qQzdAsjWGPg) Frank Sinatra - My Way

(/watch?v=2bqm4gRY3mA) Queen - Love Of My Life

(/watch?v=2PCOSMF6Umc) I Hear A Symphony x Pluto Projector
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Old 04-19-2022, 05:05 PM   #2 (permalink)
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If you want a calm and warm sound for autumn music you should just go with some Classical music.

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Old 04-19-2022, 06:53 PM   #3 (permalink)
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If you want a calm and warm sound for autumn music you should just go with some Classical music.

Hi, thanks But I would prefer something more modern, like 20th/21st century music. It can involve some pop or jazz notes (as songs I wrote before).

I've been trying with classical music but it is too sleepy for me... I'm just looking for something more magnetic.
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You mentioned Frank Sinatra. maybe someone like Tony Bennett would be something you could use.

Or, if you want something more new age, maybe Enigma or Andres Vollenweider?
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Old 04-21-2022, 03:41 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I'd look to Explosions In the Sky. Their song Wake Up from the Lone Survivor soundtrack is good. The band has done a number of film scores. I'm sure you could find lots of good autumn songs.

You could also go with This Will Destroy You. A Three-Legged Workhorse is a good song work. I also like the song The Mighty Rio Grande.

Both bands play only instrumental music.
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It just came to me. Check out Neverending White Lights. It's a singer/songwriter who performs the music. In the earlier days, he would bring in other singers to sing the songs. On the second and third albums, he sang more songs himself.

His song The Grace might fit the bill. I'd say that the song would work well on a rainy day.
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You mentioned Frank Sinatra. maybe someone like Tony Bennett would be something you could use.

Or, if you want something more new age, maybe Enigma or Andres Vollenweider?
I've listened to this artists and Tony Bennett is fine. But new age music may not fit in with the fall vibe. Anyway, thanks for the answer!
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I'd look to Explosions In the Sky. Their song Wake Up from the Lone Survivor soundtrack is good. The band has done a number of film scores. I'm sure you could find lots of good autumn songs.

You could also go with This Will Destroy You. A Three-Legged Workhorse is a good song work. I also like the song The Mighty Rio Grande.

Both bands play only instrumental music.
A few songs from Lone Survivor soundtrack might match this playlist. Also Neverending White Lights is quite good. Thanks!
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Hi I've got an issue. I'm looking for some songs with calm and warm sound. I'd like to create an autumn playlist (yeah, in spring - anyway...) Do you know any songs which are quite similar to these ones below? I would appriciate any responde. Thank you! ❤️
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Seals & Crofts - Summer Breeze


Chad & Jeremy - A Summer Song


Sly &The Family Stone - Hot Fun in the Summertime
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I almost have the perfect songs for you.
Seals & Crofts - Summer Breeze


Chad & Jeremy - A Summer Song


Sly &The Family Stone - Hot Fun in the Summertime
Hi. I think that these songs fit better to the summer playlist or something (I'm already started to think about making one). I really like this one form Chad & Jeremy, thank you
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