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edit: someone got there before me but I wasn't thinking K C & the sunshine band, anyone remember the disco song "push push in the bush" ?
post #47 of 181
Thread Starter 

I'd much prefer "Touch Me"

Quote:
Originally Posted by bjjp2
Just remembered "I Touch Myself" by the Divinyls.
Judging by the titles I'd much prefer: "Touch Me" by The Doors!

See You,

Adam
post #48 of 181
Quote:
Originally Posted by PinkFloyd
edit: someone got there before me but I wasn't thinking K C & the sunshine band, anyone remember the disco song "push push in the bush" ?
Indeed, it was one of the gems off KTel's Hot Nights & City Lights. Another (if you can recall it) was "Get Off."
post #49 of 181
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Bob Dylan: 'I'll Be Your Baby Tonight'

I like this little song a lot, it's pre-sensual:

Close your eyes, close the door
Yo don't have to worry any more
I'll be your baby tonight

Shut the light, shut the shade
You don't have to be afraid
I'll be your baby tonight

Well, that mockingbird's gonna sail away
We're gonna forget it
That big, fat moon is gonna shine like a spoon
But, we're gonna let it
You won't regret it

Kick your shoes off, do not fear
Bring that bottle over here
I'll be your baby tonight

**********************************************
This is a gem for me. It always reminds me my girlfriend coming over:

Close your eyes, close the door ==>
Shut the light, shut the shade ==>
But, we're gonna let it ==>
You won't regret it ==>
Kick your shoes off, do not fear ==>
Bring that bottle over here ==>
==> Bolero!!! ==> Gloria!!!

See you,

Adam
post #50 of 181
Madonna - Inside of Me, Erotica

I can't think of anything else at the moment
post #51 of 181
Shellac-prayer to god
post #52 of 181
Sexual healing - Marvin Gaye
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Color Me Badd - I Wanna Sex You Up

You guys remember Color Me Badd, right? They were that group with George Michael and Kenny G.
post #54 of 181
Believe it or not, Janis Joplin was a very sensual singer.
post #55 of 181
The Kinks - All Day and All of the Night
post #56 of 181
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Gloria! Van Morrison Composed and Wrote (First) Lyrics!

Then Jim Morrison, not related to Van Morrison,
with the Doors added/modified lyrics. Thes song
lasts 6 mins and 17 secs. (Original Van Morrison's
lasts, I forgot, under 3 mins.) The Doors made the lyrics more explicit-sensual:

'wrap your legs around my neck ..'

'show me your thing ..'

and so on. It's fabulous!

Both versions are fabulous! I heard Van Morrison's Gloria yesterday on 'The Best of Van Morrison'.

The Gloria performed by the Doors is based on the same music.
Identical, to my ears! If someone can read a score or analyze music
there might be slight changes, but not to my ears.

See you,

Adam
post #57 of 181
Queens of the Stone Age - Broken Box
Queens of the Stone Age - Skin on Skin
They come right after the other on the album

The new Eagles of Death Metal album, Death By Sexy, is pretty good too...
post #58 of 181

2nd vote for Lucinda Williams

Check out "Right in Time" or "Essence" . Her guitarists are always excellent. Emmy winning song writer and great stage show.
post #59 of 181
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More Info About Van Morrison & His Gloria!

Once Van Morrison was booed off the stage when a group that would
later make up part of the J. Geils Band called him out of the audience to
front their version of 'Gloria'.
"Don't you know who is this? "
Peter Wolf shouted at the hissing crowd.
"This man wrote the song!"

But they didn't know. In 1967 when you said "Morrison" you meant the Doors
(with Jim Morrison as their leader), who one read at the time in 'Crawdaddy',
were preparing a treatment of 'Gloria' that upon release would surely
be greeted by the gathering storm of new rock fans as a "masterpiece".
As if Van Morrison's performance of 'Gloria' had ever been anything else.
(The Doors version was finally released in 1983 on the LP "Alive, She Cried";
it turned out to be an ordinary track.)

See you,

Adam
post #60 of 181
Quote:
Originally Posted by Head Creep
Tenacious D - Double Team
<Wiping Diet Pepsi from monitor.>



Somehow that tune didn't make it into my mental top 5 sensual songs list I was working on while reading this thread.
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