Seduction music.... Getting in the mood

Observations of a Middle-Aged Dragon with a Tattoo: 

The Art of ....Getting in the mood

A sexified ambience is the goal. A balance set somewhere between relaxed but not sleazy. Sade is a tried and true classic: who can forget Smooth Operatorbut how about a bit of The Sweetest Taboo You've probably heard Joan Armatrading's, Love and Affection, of course you have! You'd have to have been living in a cave not to know it... This time with a little dedication...... Once more with the feeling... But a real, often forgotten gem of Joan's, is Willow. It can lift the night.

Setting the scene, more than candles and champagne. Music, the right music will really heat up the night.

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The art of the rest: Music to elevate the night from just bonking; to the art of elegant love-making.

Anything George Michael 
produced in his romantic phase is a great start or of course Mr Love-juices himself Barry White
, but I find big Bazza gets a little monotonous. Prince's Cream (on the video link start two minutes in to get the real cream vibe) orKylie Minogue's Slow are the pinnacle of sophisticated musical seduction. A newcomer and not too well-known is a very smooth and creamy Isobel Campbell - a wonderful Scottish singer-songwriter- and her duet with Mr Dripping Molasses voice(thick, dark and smooth), Mark LaneganCome on Over (turn me on)
. For those Tex Perkins fans you'll love Mark. A very similar timbre of hot sexiness in his vocals; or should I say, his bewitching vocals.

Got carried away there so.... Back to elegant love-making.

Lets face it, after the first two bars of the song or you may make it through the intro, nonetheless if the 'seduction songs' have worked and love-making song is doing its 'charming thing'... you won't be listening anyway. You should be lost in a world of love, intimacy and intense sharing.

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