1/27/15

Baby-Making Music . . .

I mentioned a few weeks ago that D'Angelo was some strong baby-making music. Someone asked me what that meant (I wish I was kidding). Let me elaborate . . . baby-making music is music you might enjoy listening too during carnal acts . . . the sort of carnal acts that might lead to a visit from the stork (that is where babies come from, right?).

So the question than came back . . . what other songs would you consider baby-making music? This is a complicated question. Certainly the question is met with a question . . . what do you like? What makes you feel good about yourself? What makes you feel the tingles? What makes your partner feel all the tingles? Then you have to figure out if you want to make love and make it soft and sweet or if you want to use your (safety) words and really go for it.

The prior? Yeah. Me too. Here are some suggestions . . .

Allison Moorer . . .

If you are a middle-aged woman going through something with a younger man (or if Robert Redford just showed up to tame your wild beasts (not a euphemism)) this is your thing. You've got 3:52. Get at it.




The Weeknd . . .

A more-recent entry to my long list of musicians that have that certain "thing" about them . . . The Weeknd (not a typo) is pretty splendid as sexual tunage goes. Here are two of my favorites. The first is brand new (off the 50 Shades of Literature Porn Turned Movie) soundtrack and the second is the first work from him that made me think he might leave that last "e" off for erotic (disclaimer - the lyrics are a bit ribald).





George Michael . . .

Laugh all you want, this guy has always known how to make sexuality part of his "thing" and this song is a shining example. The live version - with a SYMPHONY - is even tingle-inducing.



Maxwell . . .

I mean seriously . . . You have to have some serious swag to wear your hair THIS crazy and have a voice this tenor and still talk about laying pipe like so many skilled laborers.



Magnet . . .

A remake of Bob Dylan is the ONLY thing that makes Bob Dylan listen-able. Bonus points if you know that this song was on the soundtrack and in the movie Mr. & Mrs. Smith. I wonder if Brad and Angie made one of their beautiful babies to this song? Seriously, though . . . do you think so?



Heart . . .

No. Not really.