There are lots of ambient noises, traffic, rain, that sort of thing. I've known people who listen to that, but not music.
Tue 1 Oct, 2019 06:40 am
one of my all-time favorites...
Tue 1 Oct, 2019 08:39 am
Consider music from, say, The Moody Blues. You want something soothing, without too much jarring noise or key changes.
Tue 1 Oct, 2019 01:22 pm
I stress! I CANNOT recommend Alan Hovhaness's Mount St. Helens Symphony. Well at least not the final movement. For most of the symphony, it's a gorgeous pastoral work where one can meditate oneself into sleep. But if one drifts to slumber time when it's still playing... things get over the top melodramatic when the symphony depicts the famous volcanic eruption of 1980. It's a fantastic piece. But if you play it in order to go to sleep? Be prepared to be scared the hell back out of sleep into consciousness. It's a pretty twisted turn of tone and orchestra.
Tue 1 Oct, 2019 03:19 pm
I like listening to ambient music on the minimalist side to fall asleep to. There's even this sub-genre of ambient music that's supposedly geared towards stimulating brain waves for relaxation and meditation. Steve Halpern has an album called DEEP ALPHA Relaxing Music plus Brainwave Entrainment
for Meditation and Healing, with such song titles as "Deep Alpha 8 Hz (part 1)."
Tue 1 Oct, 2019 05:30 pm
Try listening to Gregorian chants. About as relaxing as you can get.
And for some reason Vangelis' "Soil Festivities" works too, with a nice mix of ambient/environmental sounds
Lately I've been doing playlists of key ambient tracks I've collected over the years, but the Bliss compilation I first listed is still amazing for this purpose (because it does the track transitions wonderfully).
Sun 8 Dec, 2019 01:32 pm
I am looking for an old favorite and have no idea of the artist or lyrics. In the video, there is a blond woman in a white dress dancing around a white room with a tall man who looks like a mop ragdoll. I appreciate any help anyone can give me on this.
I want to advise you this music: Marconi Union - Weightless, this "music" is born by a collaboration by psychologists. Weightless was creating to relax people and induce them to a state of tranquility. It's optimal to lisen before to go to sleep.
Thu 13 May, 2021 05:03 am
I can advise you to listen to the sounds of nature, it helps a lot. For example, the sea, the forest, birdsong, rain.
And you can also try listening to tantric music. At first, you may not like it, but it helped me.