What are your favorite asleep in the desert, underneath the stars songs (Any Genre)?
I'm trying to collect new ones for an upcoming trip. ... Please include YouTube, where possible. ;)
Here are a few of my favorites:
Asleep in the Desert - ZZ Top
Underneath the Stars - The Cure
Shine On You Crazy Diamond - Pink Floyd
Air on the G String - J.S. Bach
Moonlight Sonata - Beethoven
Nocturne, opus 27 - Chopin
Miss You - Trentemoller
Adagio in G minor - Albinoni
Callas Went Away - Enigma
Rumeo and Juliet - Prokofiev
Also Sprach Zarathustra - Richard Strauss
The 9th Symphony - Beethoven
WOW! So many WONDERFUL suggestions, already --- and all of them among my all-time favorites, 2!
Here's one more for you guys:
Oxygen - Jean Michel Jarre
Oh and I love these, too:
Cold Desert - Kings of Leon
Always with me, always with you - Joe Satriani
Learning to Fly - Pink Floyd
Little by Little - Robert Plant
- laholly1Lv 79 years agoBest Answer
Here are a few to start...
(shorter version, but watch the video of this one is mesmerizing)
Santorini - Vangelis - Irene Papas "Menousis"
Pat Metheny "The Falcon and the Snowman"
Path Metheny "Are You Going With Me?" (I just switched my original audio with the one below. Quality is better and no abrupt cut-off.)
And I am sure you know Dulce Pontes...
Que Amor Não Me Engana lyrics
Kitaro...Theme from the Silk Road
...more as the inspiration comes...
Yo Yo Ma, Edgar Meyer, Mark O'Connor http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-bok3otfMs
Strength in Numbers-Blue men of the Sahara
(featuring Edgar Meyer, who imho is the most extraordinary double bass player on the planet, and Jerry Douglas, ditto for dobro...)
- ................Lv 79 years ago
Kashmir - Led Zeppelin
Smashmouth - Walking on the Sun
Dust in the wind -Kansas
Wheels in the Sky - Journey
Simply Red - Stars
- weeLv 43 years ago
style: Bluesrock. one million. The White Stripes - The White Stripes 2. Allman Brothers Band - Hittin' The notice 3. The Rolling Stones - Exile on substantial St. 4. The Black Keys - the enormous arise 5. The Yardbirds - appropriate! 6. Jimmy Ray Vaughan and Double difficulty - In Step 7. Eric Clapton - 461 Ocean side highway 8. The Black Crowes - Shake Your money Maker 9. The White Stripes - De Stijl 10. Cream - Disraeli Gears
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- 9 years ago
Maybe a bit odd for the desert... but a bit of kinobe:
slip into something more comfortable.
Almost any Kinobe.
Camille Saint Saens, The Aquarium from The Carnival of the Animals. Debussy's "Clair de Lune" would be good, too.
- natLv 49 years ago
these songs would be found in my "chillax" playlist on my ipod:
Dark Blue - Jack's Mannequin
Lullaby - The Cure
If I Ain't Got You - Alicia Keys
Spit It Out - IAMX
Pitter Pat - Erin McCarley
Let Go - Frou Frou
Chasing Cars - Snow Patrol
Passenger Seat - Death Cab for Cutie
- OURScottLv 79 years ago
The stars in the Dakotas would loose their magic set to any music.
Maybe the crackling of a small fire and the distant call of a cow for it's calf and the yips and howls of fox and coyote.
Then I go home and crank it up.