Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by classicrockguy, Mar 2, 2018.
Commodores - Easy
Bill Withers - Lovely Day
Isleys - Summer Breeze
Steve Miller Band - Wild Mountain Honey
Hendrix - Pali Gap
Stephen Stills Manassas album
That particular Stevie Wonder is an appropriate example.
Don't laugh, but the first thought that came to mind for "warm, 'feel-good,' sitting-by-the-fireplace type of album " was Andy Williams. That's right: Andy Williams. He personified warm, feeling good, sitting by the fire. He kept the music simple. He cultivated a feeling of intimacy, and there was no aggression in him. He was a state- of- the-art analog voice presence. And no particular album. All of them in general. Like this one:
Of course, I stopped hearing him at 17 when I was old enough to leave home, although I would have to "put him on the record changer for me, Richard" at Thanksgiving and Christmas gatherings.
Numerous Elton John posts and no Daniel? That's as warm as they come:
quiet storm - smokey robinson
Court and Spark
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