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Why is music so good?

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I can be watching really good TV or a film and I can fall asleep (like an hour ago). But put some good music on and ‘whey hey, wide awake club’. Every time. Why?

Post edited at 23:24
 Maggot 23:27 Fri
In reply to Bottom Clinger:

I know, Rammstein at only number 8 keeps we awake. Good driving music.

In reply to Bottom Clinger:

Because you're an intelligent man; films and shit follow a linear narrative structure that can frustrate the mind whilst music forms the score to your thoughts!

In reply to Maggot:

I’ve migrated from Sebadoh to Leatherface. One of the best things to come out of Sunderland. 

In reply to Bottom Clinger:

Frankie Stubbs playing a great classic:

youtube.com/watch?v=eiOeBTAI-3E&

Post edited at 23:58
In reply to stealth_mode_rob:

Makes sense. I’m now playing some Sugar. 

Edit: and great memories with music. My mate Jaff got me into Sugar, he died good while ago, but always think of him when I play Sugar. And Leatherface = Sunderland where I lived for a while. 

Post edited at 23:55
In reply to Bottom Clinger:

> Makes sense. I’m now playing some Sugar. 

That's a good idea.

In reply to stealth_mode_rob:

> ....... whilst music forms the score to your thoughts!

You're right. "MY BOY LOLLIPOP" is unbeatable 

In reply to DerwentDiluted:

> That's a good idea.

My listening's just been ruined by the cleaner coming in with the hoover. Damn.

In reply to stealth_mode_rob:

> films and shit

F*ck that noise, bro.

In reply to Bottom Clinger:

Because it expresses that which words cannot articulate.  Because we all like counting without being aware that we're doing so.  Because it inspires, soothes and reminds.

That's most of it.  I may have missed a few things.

T.

 aln 20:55 Sat
In reply to Bottom Clinger:

> Makes sense. I’m now playing some Sugar. >

Nice. In related news I bought a Husker Du album recently. Good stuff, hadn't heard it for years.

In reply to Bottom Clinger:

Copper Blue was one of the greatest albums of the 90's. 

Andy F


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