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More bitter sweets on tearjerker ave. I play these once every blue moon and just BAM! Blurry vision..

 

 

post #167 of 186
Autre Ne Veut - Counting idk why

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post #168 of 186
I love you by the climax blues band
post #169 of 186
It's not lyrics in music that makes me cry, it's simply music that I find inspirational. Instrumental/electronic music is what's done it for me. It doesn't make me sad or anything and there honestly no way for me to explain it; it just happens. And I kind of like it.
post #170 of 186
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Originally Posted by wdaleherring View Post

It's not lyrics in music that makes me cry, it's simply music that I find inspirational. Instrumental/electronic music is what's done it for me. It doesn't make me sad or anything and there honestly no way for me to explain it; it just happens. And I kind of like it.

Any specific examples? I love music that just does something to your soul, regardless of lyrics.

post #171 of 186

Still the most emotionally compelling, intrinsically powerful, utterly eargasmic piece of music I've ever heard - despite being entirely instrumental. This just brings the feels like no other for me.

 

Turn off the lights, put on your favourite set of speakers/cans/IEMs - & immerse yourself in the sheer inexplicable beauty that this song invokes so perfectly. Don't think - just listen.

 

 

Sylosis - Where The Sky Ends

 

- (320) http://www35.zippyshare.com/v/44893918/file.html


Edited by lamnidae - 1/2/14 at 9:55am
post #172 of 186
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Still the most emotionally compelling, intrinsically powerful, utterly eargasmic piece of music I've ever heard - *snip

Sylosis - Where The Sky Ends

- (320) http://www35.zippyshare.com/v/44893918/file.html

It's most intriguing how different we all are. A track like this would all but put me into an emotional state; it hypes me up more than anything.

@blueangel2323 I'll get back to you; I'm on mobile at the moment.
post #173 of 186

Some of the most deeply moving music for me is by the Indian instrumentalist, Vishwa Mohan Bhatt.

 

http://www.amazon.com/Vishwa-Mohan-Bhatt/e/B000APXQY2/ref=sr_1_2_acs_ent_artist?qid=1388839404&sr=8-2-acs

 

One very personal song for me that has special meaning and always brings a tear or two is Oleta Adams',  "Get Here."

 

http://www.amazon.com/Get-Here/dp/B000VWPWNW/ref=sr_1_28?ie=UTF8&qid=1388839781&sr=8-28&keywords=oleta+adams

post #174 of 186
Emmylou Harris - Goodbye
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http://youtu.be/u3PiJsNCARc

 

"guigui" Michel JONASZ

post #176 of 186

Parker's Mood

 

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"Adagio for Strings" (Leonard Bernstein with New York Philharmonic Orchestra)

post #178 of 186

Beatiful movie, beatiful song! Too bad it isent english

 

post #179 of 186
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Sting - Why Should I Cry For You. I'm not even a particularly big Sting fan but this one just kills me.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2dhw0fMB80

 

 

The Mahler mentions made me think of the Adagietto from his 5th symphony. Doesn't necessarily make me cry but I think it might have when I first heard it about 35 years ago. Brilliant and profound piece of music.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Les39aIKbzE
 

 

Brian Eno's "An Ending (Ascent)" got to me the first several times I heard it. It's been used in a fair number of films now. Even Top Gear has used it on their show.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=It4WxQ6dnn0

 

 

Joey Fehrenbach - Behold

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bzZckyU9ylw

I remember I watched that Top Gear episode with the Aston Martin v12 vantage. I got tears in my eyes. 

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