quarta-feira, 27 de fevereiro de 2013

Music to enjoy and relax

Relax Now and Reduce Your Stress with Music. 

The ancient Greeks believed music could heal and used it to treat certain physical ailments. As it turns out they were on to something. The rhythm, or beat, of music does in fact have an immediate effect on the body. As you listen to music your heart rate decreases and sets in motion the relaxation process, which includes less tension in the muscles, clearer thoughts and slower breathing. Immediately, music can create an overall calming effect that slows bodies and minds down. While professionals don't know exactly how music has this effect, it is no mistake that it does. It has been proven that over time, relaxing music reduces both blood pressure and anxiety levels.


Music causes the hormone serotonin to accelerate. This "feel-good" chemical helps promote happiness and keeps moods in check while assisting with anxiety levels. Since low serotonin levels can lead to depression, music can help keep you in good spirits with positive emotions. Some say music has this effect because musical rhythm emulates the beating sound we heard in our mother's womb, which later in life relates us back to that comforting and safe environment.


While even upbeat music can calm its biggest fans, the music with the most calming capability is usually slower-tempo melodies and those with repetitive notes and sounds (jazz, classical). However, every type of music will have a different effect on every person, so what relaxes one might cause another to energize. A good way to test if a particular song or type of music is relaxing to you is to check your pulse. If your pulse quickens to a certain beat, then the music is actually more exciting than relaxing. If your pulse and breathing slow down, then you have found the music that will calm you down and help your body relax.

Read more: How Does Music Relax Stress? 
eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how-does_5187347_music-relax-stress_.html#ixzz2M3wRxe1H



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As my friend Dead (the wolf) always says: ENJOY!!!!!!!





DIRTY JAZZ is a collective mix of funky soulful jazz music compiled and mixed by QUESTION of MELLOW ORANGE and KIDRAGON of HOME GROWN BLENDS. A truly dope and well presented collection of Jazz breaks and grooves in one mix!
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On the Corner is a studio album by jazz musician Miles Davis, recorded in June and July 1972 and released later that year on Columbia Records. It was scorned by critics at the time of its release and was one of Davis's worst-selling recordings. Its critical standing has improved dramatically with the passage of time, as it is now seen as a strong forerunner of the musical techniques of post punk, hip hop, drum and bass, and electronic music.





Este álbum é uma pérola que encontrei há alguns anos no Blog do Nirso. É um disco raríssimo de Jazz Rock Instrumental, com uma batida muito forte. Abrax foi uma banda cult francesa da década de 70. Ouçam que vale a pena.







Magic Touch is the Blue Note Records debut album by jazz musician Stanley Jordan. Allmusic critic Daniel Gioffre has described the album as "[a]n instant classic, and one of the definitive moments of modern jazz guitar."





Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano (aka Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano Trio) is a "crossover" composition by the jazz pianist and composer Claude Bolling. The composition, originally written in 1973, is a suite of seven songs, written for a classical flute, and a jazz piano trio (piano, string bass, and drums).
The suite was recorded in 1975 by Bolling, classical flautist Jean-Pierre Rampal, bassist Max Hédiguer, and drummer Marcel Sabiani, and originally released as an LP album by CBS Masterworks Records and Columbia Masterworks. In the U.S., the album was nominated in 1975 for a Grammy Award for Best Chamber Music Performance. 





David Sanborn é um músico altamente requisitado desde final dos anos 1960, tocando com uma série de artistas famosos, como Eric Clapton, Roger Daltrey, Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon, Jaco Pastorius, The Brecker Brothers, David Bowie, Little Feat, Bob James, James Taylor, Al Jarreau, George Benson, Joe Beck, Donny Hathaway, Elton John, Gil Evans, Carly Simon, Linda Ronstadt, Billy Joel, Roger Waters, Steely Dan, Ween, The Eagles, o grupo alemão Nena, e o pop star japonês Utada Hikaru.
Sanborn já ganhou vários prêmios Grammy, incluindo os prêmios por Voyeur (1982), Double Vision (1987) e o single instrumental Close Up (1988). Na televisão, Sanborn é conhecido pelo seu sax solo na música-tema para o sucesso da rede NBC L.A. Law. Ele também fez algumas participações em filmes como Máquina Mortífera (Lethal Weapon) e Os Fantasmas Contra-atacam (Scrooged). Em 1991 Sanborn gravou Another Hand, que o All Music Guide to Jazz descriveu como um "regresso de Sanborn ao seu real e verdadeiro amor: um sem adorno (ou apenas parcialmente adornado) jazz" que "a balanceia as escalas" com o seu material de smotth jazz. Vinilzão digitalizado do Valvulado.




Este é o primerio disco da banda Yellowjackets, banda de Jazz Fusion formada em 1981 em Los Angeles, California. Praticamente são 30 anos de estrada, desde a gravação deste primeiro e histórico álbum da banda Yellowjackets. Com uma vasta e fenomenal discografia, Yellowjackets, tornou-se um ícone obrigatório no estilo Jazz-Rock/Funk-Fusion. Este álbum debut de 1981 (WB Records) além de mostrar o talento impecável de cada músico, conta com participações especialíssimas, como Ernie Watts, Larry Willians, Roland Bautista, Paulinho da Costa, etc.


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2 comentários:

  1. É aí!
    Gostei do "Musical Styles" muito bonito e util
    :)
    Saludos!

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  2. Gran Hermano, gracias a usted. Thanks for the help!

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