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View Poll Results: Best Stress Music
Jack Johnson 1 2.63%
Bob Marley 5 13.16%
Both 4 10.53%
Other 28 73.68%
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Old 12-07-2009, 12:22 AM
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I like dropkick murphys and flogging molly,


but to relax and feel better. The muppet show.
you cant help but be in a good mood after watching that.
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Old 12-07-2009, 08:08 AM
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LOL That has been one of my favs since I was tiny! Anything Jim Henson actually. We watched "A Muppet Christmas Carol" this weekend. My fav line has to be "Light the lamp NOT the rat"
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have to agree. Anything Muppet-related will definitely make you smile, and relax!! How could it not??? I mean, really.....Miss Piggy and Kermit together are HILARIOUS, and trying NOT to light a RAT???
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To answer your question

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my favorite muppet clip
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more muppet music



I think they did a wonderful job of covering songs.
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We went from Bob Marley to the Muppets! Althought the resemblance is kind of astounding at times lol...
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this video always relaxes me
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music....


Definitely.... it works- although for me i find that actually playing the piano or singing works the best for me especially the piano-becasue you can play as fast or as hard as you want... it certainly beats yelling at my sweet family : )
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I love soft piano music especially when my two mastiffs are snoring in unison. That will make the eyelids heavy.
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Talking Music soothes the savages beasts!!!!!


Oh yes, music really calms me down. I love R&B but I can't play it while I try to sleep, I keep patting my foot and can't go to sleep, but gospel music hits the spot. I play gospel music throughout the night, I wake up well rested and ready for that mean ol' world out there?
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This pianist is interesting and relaxing



and to pick it us just a little by the same pianist

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When I lived on the West Coast I learned how relaxing ocean waves can be.

This isn't music but it has some pretty relaxing sounds.


http://www.soundsleeping.com/miniplayers.html
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Yeah, I can't listen to anything with words before i go to sleep unless it is an audio book and then i out like a light in no time. Otherwise I am too busy discecting the music, the mix, etc...(Performance vocal major in college and then a audio enginnering degree go figure) Man I am a mess when there is an inexperienced engineer at the sound board!
I agree with the muppets... anything Jim Henson really including Farscape if you can beleive that.
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I love me some Jack Johnson, but I also love listening to Norah Jones. Mmm-mm-mm!
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Nora Jones! One of my faves! I like to sing her stuff to.House work to music.Makes every body cooperate.
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my picks


Norah Jones is pretty great for when you need to chill out. It's really mellow without being boring. Some of my favorite stuff when I feel like I'm losing it is old acid rock. I like to put on In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida and just shut down for about 15 minutes. Sometimes I like to get out an acoustic guitar or a keyboard and just jam with it.

It kinda depends on what kind of stress, often I'll put on Fatboy Slim (club music) or Chuck Mangione (jazz). It all depends.
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