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#1
I'm putting together a chill/background music CD and need you to recommend me good chill songs like these:

Hey Joe - The Jimi Hendrix Experience
You're Crazy - Guns N' Roses
Hey Hey What Can I Do? - Led Zeppelin
Lake Of Fire - Nirvana
What's Up? - 4 Non Blondes
Like A Rolling Stone - Bob Dylan

It doesn't HAVE to be acoustic classic rock. As long as it's a mid-slow tempo relaxing good song.

And whoever says Cannibal Corpse gets reported for spam.

Thanks!
#2
Everything off Jeff Beck's Blow by Blow.

I win.
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#5
some queen would be appropriate, crazy little thing called love, '39, you're my best friend all would be appropriate. some of the bluesier ZZ top, as well: Waiting for the Bus/ Jesus Just left Chicago, Just got paid, and I'm Bad, I'm nationwide. Jack Johnson has some really good, chill stuff so basically anything by him. also, some SRV would be good.
#6
Don't Let It Bring You Down - Neil Young
The Wind - Cat Stevens
Entrails Ripped From A Virgin's **** - Cannibal Corpse..
#7
hoochie coochie man. Nuff Said
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#8
Freelove Freeway - "David Brent"
Heartbeats - Jose Gonzalez
Ik Wil Alleen Maar Zwemmen - Spinvis (it's a Dutch song, so never mind trying to understand the lyrics)
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#9
comets on fire.

the band, check any of their stuff
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#10
Lenny by SRV.

Awesome for chilling.
I've got something in my front pocket for you.
Why don't you reach down in my pocket and see what it is?
Then grab onto it, it's just for you.
Give a little squeeze and say: "How do you do?"
#12
zeppelin's going to california
nirvanas cover of the man who sold the world
or were u lookin for other bands? cause they did some nice chill stuff
ummmm
and most anything by REM
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#14
November Rain?
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#16
The Rain Song by Zep is my favourite to this purpose.
For long you live and high you fly
But only if you ride the tide
And balanced on the biggest wave
You race toward an early grave.


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#18
The Beatles - Yesterday
Black Sabbath- Laguna Sunrise
Black Sabbath - Fluff
Cream - Wrapping Paper
Clapton - Son & Sylvia
Extreme - More Than Words
Joe Satriani - Love Thing
Joe Satriani - Z.Z.'s Song
Joe Satriani - a cool new way
Petrucci - Lost Without You
Muse - Blackout
Vai - Sisters
SRV - Lenny, Dirty Pool, Riviera Paradise....
Air (a french electro band) - Talisman
#19
I recommend

Soungarden - Burden In My Hand
Soundgarden - Like Suicide
Guns N' Roses - Civil War

Modest Mouse - Talkin Sh*t About A Pretty Sunset
Tool - No Quarter (Cover of Led Zeppelin)
Led Zeppelin - No Quarter
((Personally I like the Tool version more, has a more rocky approach))
Jethro Tull - To Cry You A Song

(Anything by Jethro Tull, great acoustic stuff, great lyrics)
The Doors - Alabama Song
The Doors - Riders On The Storm
Black Label Society - No Other ( off of Hangover Music Vol 6, anything off that album is good too)
Anything off the Book of Shadows album by Zakk Wylde ( all acoustic, its great)
Jimi Hendrix - Foxy Lady
Jimi Hendrix - The Wind Crys Mary
Jimi Hendrix - Castles Made of Sand

Enjoy
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#20
John Mayers "Gravity" always helps me chill out.

Also, the Verves first album has a song on it called "Already There" that may be the most relaxing piece of music I've ever listened all the way through.
#21
Stairway?
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#23
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Wooden Ships I prefer the Airplane's version but CSN's is quite good as well
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#24
i think the songs you put have have nothing to do with chill and little to do with each other. i'd suggest "get on top" by tim buckley
#25
Ride On-AC/DC
Summer Nights-Van Halen
14 Years-Guns N' Roses
Simple Man-Lynyrd Skynyrd
Rainy Day Women #12/#35-Bob Dylan (or Sammy Hagar, both work just fine, may also be known as "Everyone Must Get Stoned")
I Remember You-Skid Row
#26
Go find a Spanish band called Chambao. Flamenco chill is the genre they are pioneers in. I think it's quite cool.
#29
Hope Leaves, Isolation Years, or Windowpane by Opeth
Sisters or Feathers by Steve Vai
Colorblind (cover) by Between the Buried and Me
Don't know when, but a Day's gonna come or Sunrise, Sunset by Bright Eyes
Don't slow down by Copeland
Any Jack Johnson
#30
Arctic Monkeys - Riot Van
-- Lady, where has your love gone? --

Arctic Monkeys FTW


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#31
hendrix - let the gods sing
pink floyd - money
velvet revolver - sucker train blues
jeff beck - ambitious
cream -sitting on top of the world
john mayall's bluesbreakers - someday after awhile (you'll be sorry), the supernatural
anything by free
zeppelin - dazed and confused (half hour version! from song remains the same), since i've been loving you
gnr - rocket queen, dtj
All chill out songs.
#33
The Loveless Album - My Bloody Valentine
The Song's of- Leonard Cohen
The Velvet Underground- The Velvet Underground
White Ladder- David Gray
Then they'll take you to Cloughprior and shove you in the ground
But you'll stick your head back out and shout "we'll have another round"!
#34
Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Static
Godspeed You! Black Emperor - The Dead Flag Blues
Sigur Rós - Svefn-g-englar
Sigur Rós - Starálfur
Pelican - Autumn Into Summer

Agalloch - Falling Snow
Opeth - Hours of Wealth
Opeth - To Bid You Farewell
Dream Theater - Goodnight Kiss
Gojira - Unicorn

The Velvet Underground - Pale Blue Eyes
The Velvet Underground - Venus In Furs
The Doors - The Crystal Ship
The Doors - End of the Night
Pink Floyd - Dogs

Wes Montgomery - In Your Own Sweet Way
Miles Davis - Freddie Freeloader
Mike Stern - If Only
John Coltrane - Once In A While

Buckethead - For Mom
Buckethead - Padmasana
Buckethead - Ghost
Joe Satriani - A Piece of Liquid
Joe Satriani - Sleep Walk
#36
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sitting in a mobile with the memphis blues again-bob dylan.


or anything off Blone on Blonde.
#38
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The Rain Song by Zep is my favourite to this purpose.


+1
#40
Buckethead( Colma, electric tears albums)
Mogwai
Massive Attack

the last two any album will do really they're all good, also Bjork is also good chill out as well


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Last edited by apmaman at Sep 1, 2007,
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