I got love in my tummy And I feel like a-loving you Love, you're such a sweet thing Good enough to eat thing And that's just a-what I'm gonna do Oh love, to hold ya Oh love, to kiss ya Oh love, I love it so
Next: You're a happy child on a sunny day during summer holidays and you're feeling carefree because you're just living right in the moment and you're not thinking beyond the present (but if you think about future, there's nothing that depresses you). Just a day off. So you're happily jumping on the trampoline.
I think of this, for what you described, more for thinking about those times in retrospect, like the times that I was a kid, spending my summers at my Grandparents house, and going to the the pool, park, and other places on our bicycles. It could be used for being in that time, as well. For me, it gives me the memory of that place and time.
You're description reminded me of the Precog talking about John Anderton's son, in "Minority Report".
The next mood is "Alone/Reflecting/Disconnected". You have a bittersweet feeling, thinking of how it is now (feeling down), being alone and disconnected, and thinking of a better time in your life (a year ago, your younger adulthood, or your childhood). I would like to see who could express this mood, without lyrics, but if there are lyrics, they should be fitting for the alone and disconnected part, or the reflecting part.
“Soledad” can mean solitude, loneliness, or isolation, and I think that this instrumental track by Causa Sui manages to capture this mood well; it also sounds contemplative to me, as if wistfully reflecting over past memories. And while a bit repetitive, I tend to like repetitiveness in music. There’s also a studio version of the song on the Summer Sessions, Vol. 1 album, if you enjoy this track. I almost chose a different song by another of my favorite bands, My Sleeping Karma, who also produce all-instrumental rock music and nearly always have reflective, atmospheric, and somewhat somber qualities to their sound.
I'm listening to the song, right now. It's good. It's different from what I was expecting, but I think I could use ifpt for one of my other playlists, maybe. I definitely want to save it. I couldn't tell that this version was not the studio version, because it was so clean and clear. I love Iron Maiden, but I don't think that would fit for that particular mood, unless you were in that situation, which it would be perfect for. I was trying to reply, a little bit earlier, but you changed you post. If you were going to have the mood the same, I was going to post my playlist of the mood that I described. I have a choice for this mood.
Cool, I’m glad you like my selection; Causa Sui are one of my favorites!
My original post got deleted right after I posted it, and I’m not sure why, but I originally thought it might have been either because 1) I didn’t read the rules at the beginning of the thread that said that one needs to pick a new mood for each post or 2) because my quotes from the Iron Maiden song were too dark lyrically; so I edited out these things in my newer post. (In retrospect, I think my post got deleted just because I tried editing it soon after I posted, which I’ve done in the Playlist Exchange and had my posts deleted similarly a few times that way).
Great choice for the thunderstorm theme! I hadn’t actually listened to AC/DC very much before, but this is a good song. I’d be curious to hear your playlist for the previous mood too.
For a new mood, how about a song that sounds like you're underwater? Or you can choose the new mood if you like as well, since you posted the last track.