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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by paulblackford, May 30, 2021.
XTC's Chalkhills and Children on repeat play
Not music, but, I sleep to Coast to Coast A.M.
Check out 432 hz music. It’s calming and works for me.
Eno music for airports, Apollo, etc.
Music From The Hearts Of Space.
Did these long ago for that very purpose:
best of rest.
I used to put on Emmy Lou Harris's "Cimarron." Worked for me.
Both of those were very cool! I like "Self Induced" a lot. I'm not sure it would help me snooze, though. It was actually pretty engaging. Great work.
sleep's dopesmoker is 63 minutes of fall the hell asleep stoner metal
Self Induced (weird placeholder of a track name) has this panning delay that gets me. glad you like.
for the curious... building peace eventually got lyrics and became Hold the Spoon:
get one of those big quartz clocks with the big hands.
the clicking will prompt your mind to fill in the songs.
Brian Eno. Try Discreet Music, Evening Star, Ambient 1 & Ambient 2.
Hearts of Space is a weekly radio program that plays selections of ambient and downtempo music. They have featured a number of the artists that have been mentioned in this thread. The free subscription gets you only the current week's episode, and can only be played three times. That's usually enough for me, but they have subscription packages that give you access to their back catalog which is quite extensive. It's pretty great for restful music. And some of the music is good enough that I've looked it up afterward to get full albums from the artists, rather than select tracks.
Frankly speaking, if push comes to shove, it should be any music that you think is boring. Some reviews I've read regarding other famous artists that are just "phoning it in" or routinely plays and makes it all a snorefest will do just as well. if it's so/too boring that it annoys you and keeps you awake, it's not boring, because you do really take offense.
It can even be Rammstein or some high energy metal that you think is boring. Whatever you think is boring. Not someone else. So this thread is kind of futile. Kids uses lullabies and so should you.
I actually had a good find the other day with the audiobook of Sun Tzu "Art of War" read by the very deep-voiced reader Ron Silver. Knocked me right out. Bliss.
Wes Montgomery "Down Here On the Ground"
This is very hypnotic.
Music doesn’t help. I get plenty of pop up fashion ads from google. I open one, pick a model I’d like to sleep with, close the browser, go back to bed, and I’m asleep with her in five.