Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Country, Jazz, Pop
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Undoubtbly the best for 'after dinner' snuggling there is
email@example.com | Eugene, Oregon, USA | 10/07/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Of all the cd's of Chets I possess, this one moves the listener closer to what orchestration does for mood music. Simple with subliminal runs that slows the conversation at any gathering with its movement from power to soft strains that moves your pulse. My wife, when feeling unusually 'sensitive', slips it on while 'putting on the silk', if you get my drift.... A mans music that women tune in to."
BEWARE OF THE "AFTER DINNER" SCENARIO
MYNAMEISMUDD | Oakland, CA | 01/29/2002
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I read the previous listener review and was curious to check out this music as I had honestly never before seen this album. The review had me interested but cautious because of some of the word choices and phrases used to describe the mood created. In addition, songs like "Classical Gas" didn't seem like "snuggling" music to me. I chose to check out an online site that has 30 second clips per song to review the music prior to buying this cd -- I'm glad that I did.This is not Barry White music. It has no smoky, sultry sound. Not the gentle, emotional guitar touch that Chet is capable of. (If you're looking for that I might recommend "Sails" or either of the Chester and Lester CD's--although none of these are quite "snuggling" music either) You would have to enjoy "Swanee River", "The Streak" or maybe "Convoy" as lovemaking accompaniment to consider this music as "lower the lights after dinner and snuggle" music. This could only be romantic music for people who like feather boa laden women calling them "Big Boy" in a nasal tone -- GOT THE PICTURE? Again, CLASSICAL GAS? Electronic sounding drums. Bad, shrilly 80's sounding keyboard tone. Mood Music? I don't think so. It's more reminiscent of grammar school kids marching to an assembly.I felt compelled to steer away those of you who might, like me, have been searching out that warm, soothing music that we think might exist out there but that we're unaware of. Needless to say, this is not that album. If you want that sultry, subtle, warm, non-generic smooth jazz sound I might recommend Earl Klugh "Late Night Guitar"(nylon string guitar with soft string accompaniment, some light percussion) or Ben Webster "Jazz 'Round Midnight"(Tenor sax with soft piano, some very light drums). I think you will be real happy with these albums for that after dinner mood music, or with a nice candle lit dinner, for that matter. No feather boas. No Ray Stevens."