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Has anyone else had the experience of developing a lasting liking of a song(s) which is far outside of your typical music preferences, when said song is accompanied by visual (or other) stimuli that you do like?

 

I have always liked Marvin Gaye's 'Lets Get it On' after hearing it on a skate video in the 90's, which I watched repeatedly. I couldn't imagine I would have taken to that song at that point in my life if I listened to it without the visual element, as I was a hardcore metal head at the time.

 

I find it interesting how we develop our preferences for different music throughout our lives. This maybe one of many possible ways that we do so.

 

Please share your related experiences.


Edited by In Over My Head - 9/1/13 at 7:43pm
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I watched the movie "The Book Of Eli" and heard for the first time Al Green's cover of Bee Gees' "How Can You Mend A Broken Heart" by the Bee Gees and it got stuck in my mind.

 

Love this one.

 


Edited by wuwhere - 9/1/13 at 7:57pm
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I remember watching gaming videos on YouTube where Scatman John and the infamously bad soundtrack to Sonic R were used as background music, and I got to like both because I heard them so often.

 

I'm definitely not normally a dance or synth pop kind of listener.

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Good thread, music which will be forever associated with a piece. To set the scene, done in a future in which basically nature has died, and humans struggle to live on in a dead world. One of the characters goes in for euthanasia, sorry for the cruddy quality... frown.gif

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