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Music To Make Your Spine Tingle ?
mattacuk
Dec 2 2007, 12:50 PM
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I was just wondering if anyonoe else experiences a "tingle" sensation through there body when certain peaces of music are played?? If I listen to specific peices of music, everytime i get a sensation run through my spine ! laugh.gif

try not to laugh at me just yet. Im just wondering how music interacts with our nervous systems, its a very interesting question ive had for a while.

We all talk about music on an emotional level, but there must also be a physialogical response when we listen to music . smile.gif

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QUOTE (mattacuk @ Dec 2 2007, 12:50 PM) *
I was just wondering if anyonoe else experiences a "tingle" sensation through there body when certain peaces of music are played?? If I listen to specific peices of music, everytime i get a sensation run through my spine ! laugh.gif

try not to laugh at me just yet. Im just wondering how music interacts with our nervous systems, its a very interesting question ive had for a while.

We all talk about music on an emotional level, but there must also be a physialogical response when we listen to music . smile.gif

Yeah, I get that sometimes too.

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ZakkWylde
Dec 2 2007, 01:01 PM
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Music affects my spine in two ways:
-i get a tingle when I listen to some specific tracks
-i nearly break my spine everytime I go crazy in a Moshpit^^

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I have no idea why, but the first song that that ever happened to me with was Space Oddity by David Bowie.

I do like to listen to music that does that makes me feel like that though.

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mattacuk
Dec 2 2007, 02:23 PM
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Cool !! So a few of us get it then. I was wondering then, if just for example, specific peices of music effects us all the same way.

Or is it that it happens only when its a peice of music special to one person ! smile.gif

We could test the theory out !! biggrin.gif

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Of course i do, there some songs that just send chills everywhere. Anytime i hear Iron Maiden's "The Thin Line Between Love And Hate" or Matthew Santos' "My Remedy" for example, i get goosebumps and tingly sensations smile.gif

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mattacuk
Dec 2 2007, 02:33 PM
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Very cool !! biggrin.gif

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The song "In the Name of God" by Dream Theater just makes my body freeze all over. I just stare into space in awe when i hear it.

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OF COURSE, I get that often! I think the first time was ~5 years ago when I was listening to Iron Maiden - Aces High.

I get it alot with stuff like Riverdance, classical music and other songs with violins/fiddles. But also if theres a super amazing riff in a song, like the solo part on Iron Maiden - Innocent Exile and Stretch - Can't Judge A Book.
And especially late at night when I'm listening to jazz biggrin.gif

I thought everyone got this from listening to awesome music ohmy.gif

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I always got it in the middle lead passage of Dogs by Pink Floyd.

Doooh-doooh-doo-doo-di-di-di-dooo.

(Andrew can admire the extent of my musical theory above)

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I get this all the time when listening to some really moving bands and brilliant pieces of music.

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That used to happen with for me with a few Three Days Graces songs like let it die and gone forever. Its really simple music but I think sometimes that makes it easier to feel

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For me one that always gets me is John Coltrane's 'A love supreme'.

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QUOTE (tonymiro @ Dec 2 2007, 05:48 PM) *
For me one that always gets me is John Coltrane's 'A love supreme'.

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Just fantastic , whoa it worked for me straight away ohmy.gif

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QUOTE (tonymiro @ Dec 2 2007, 05:48 PM) *
For me one that always gets me is John Coltrane's 'A love supreme'.

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Great song. Not heard it in ages. Thanks for the link.

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Glad to hear Matt smile.gif - it's an outtake from the album which is even better heard as a whole.
If I remember the whole piece is Coltrane's meditation on and response to The Creator/God/Whatever term you wish to use.

Awesome album imo - jazz would be very different today without the influence of Coltrane.
And he's one of the major reasons why I picked up the guitar (couldn't afford a sax) -













So he's to blame for the pain that I regularly inflict upon my long suffering family and our cats wink.gif .


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Sounds great, I will have to check it out. PS, I hope the Cats are ok!! tongue.gif

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http://youtube.com/watch?v=e10aKSV5aaU anyone should get chills up their spine from this song smile.gif

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Nice one Robin - I remember her single Stop when it came out years ago - great voice.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8Ds2G-FK1E

This made my spine JERK?!

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I feel I may have disturbed the serenity of this topic! laugh.gif

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