INTIMATE EVENING PLAYLIST #1, IS IT LOVE, ARTIST: IIO
If the pulsing club beat of this Iio tune isn't enough to get you moving and grooving (off the dance floor, that is) the smooth vocals of this track spouting sweet romantic nothings should definitely put your sweetie in the mood.
Take, for instance, "The moment that we danced / Your arms felt like a cradle". How do you say no to that? What's great about this track is how it lets you re-create that club feel in the comfort of your pad or, more specifically, your bedroom.
INTIMATE EVENING PLAYLIST #2, THIS CITY NEVER SLEEPS, ARTIST: EURYTHMICS
Visually, Annie Lennox might be a tad creepy. On a vocal level, however, she emits a haunting seductive sound unequaled by any other female vocalist. While "Sweet Dreams" may be a little too heavy to serve as the auditory setting for intimacy, "This City Never Sleeps" (from the same album) should do the trick.
Much more laid-back and slower-paced than "Dreams", "This City Never Sleeps" feels like a late night walk down a darkened street in the middle of a big city - quiet, mysterious and just a little dangerous. Is there a better way to make your partner think you have the same qualities?
INTIMATE EVENING PLAYLIST #3, ALL MINE, ARTIST: PORTISHEAD
"All Mine" sort of sounds like the theme to a really surreal James Bond movie that was never made. Beneath the thunderous horn section and the this-close-to-being-creepy little girl-like vocals is a song about a deeply obsessive love, about a woman who wants her lover all for herself.
Even if you're not sure that the relationship will last forever, or that you feel as deeply connected to your partner as the persona does in this song, you will likely share that same possessive feeling of passion in the throws of that one romantic moment, making you feel that you could never ever let go of the person in your arms.
INTIMATE EVENING PLAYLIST #4, OCEAN OF NOISE, ARTIST: THE ARCADE FIRE
"Ocean Of Noise" sounds like it should be played over the climactic scene of a Richard Linklater film. Dabbling in much of the existential angst that permeates The Arcade Fire's second album Ocean Of Noise" may only vaguely allude to love and relationships, but the sheer melodic power of this song courtesy of lead singer Win Butler and co. feels like a sonic representation of the swelling in the chest one feels at the early stages of a romantic infatuation.
The sensation may be fleeting, but it's as powerful a sensation as you'll ever feel.
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