Do rhythms stay in the beat of your heart and cradle your senses? Living in the moment, when soft rock from the 80s and 90s play in the background, what do you have in your mind? Laid back, not thinking about the next moment, will this be your everyday as you sail through the soothing compositions of soft rock and ballads.
Flying above chaos, disturbances, mishaps, setting your soul free from traps of dubiety. Non-nonchalance is a celebrated state of mind with Carpenters, Ray Charles, Journey, Carole King, and many more playing when your mind has nothingness to experience. Is your nirvana, without a feeling of wonder, desire, thought, cruising through time.
With not a care for tomorrow, for the moment is dovish. When tears are not hiking on your cheeks, fuss has no enroute to camp in your mind, lucid mind overtakes and the road taken to avenues in your mind awakened.
Love ballads of Barry Manilow in soft rock evoke every feeling you feel when in true love. Not just a feeling per se, but the things you talk about. Soothing compositions with musical conversational poetry is his style of songwriting and composition. “Even Now” talks about troubled relations, when you want to give love a second chance when you are stuck with the not-so-right person for you. Love is never a taboo when its true.
“Cant smile without you” expresses how you feel it hard to feel good without someone you love. Most of his songs have an old-school appeal which not everyone might relate to. Barry Manilow when your heart wants to sail through the time feeling pangs of love, lost, found, and endured.
Louis Amstrong and Ray Charles evergreen composition are soothing enough to mend a hooligan wandering in their listlessness if only they were made to listen to them on a vinyl record.
Easy rock before midnight anybody? Esthetic nox lulling you with Perry Comos discography, and you didn’t knew if you just want to pass the moment or sing-dance with brisk on your feet and a dimple on your cheeks.
Journey – When You Love A Woman
Bring back the tapes with Journey. Playing on a stereo, just like the 80s. It turfs out the excess, doesn’t it? Ushering laid back and humming to their song and lyrics. Singing about love, anyway you want it, despair, searching for everything above intensity, and your world comes to a stand by wishing there was time travel, to journey back and forth through a musical eras.
Ben E King – Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow
Percy Sledge – When A Man Loves A Woman
Carole King – Way Over Yonder
Frank Sinatra Fly Me To The Moon
Tony Benette – Because Of You