Is there a type/style of music you find more helpful in dealing with certain problems?
ALWAYS. Music always varies depending on my mood and the situations that I'm in. Sometimes music sets my mood, and other times my mood sets the music.
I like classical music when I'm dealing with a family problem. The music soothes me and helps me relax and make the right decision...if there is a decision to make of course.
I listen to jazz when I have to deal with a work problem or assignment. It motivates me.
Great answer, thank you! I think music both sets the mood and enhances the mood. I have certain songs that even years later always make me think of a certain time of my life.
And, while I am DEFINITELY not a country music fan, I used to listen to Kelly WIllis (I think that's her name) when I cleaned!
Thanks both of you for answering. Feel free to expand on these brief responses in a full-on HUB for others to comment on! MM
Ha, I am not sure what you mean exactly but music can take you for a ride when you need it to. If you can't get yourself up or motivated for your day, that lady Ga Ga sure has a way of doing that. I hadnt seen her before and even if she is a little out there, that "bad romance" video got me up off my butt thats for sure. I was laughing because I hadnt been really up to date with music but now I am! Anyway, the Beatles never fail, the answer to your question is for me yes, I think "up beat" music helps me deal with what I need to deal with in my average day. Have a great one, Lanea
Generally ppl tend to listen to soft or cheerful songs when they are all happy, content and lovey dovely but dive to rock, hard rock when they are all angry/frustrated and all that and perhaps thats the same for me.
That's a great question! There are many genres and sub-genres that project particular sounds.These sounds peak interests by bringing back memories or allowing one to dive into their own imaginative world free of the problems at hand. The style of music or particular composition would depend on the mood of the individual. You also have to take into account that everyone has their own opinion of music so it is probable that what I type here wont work for all. For instance Frank Sinatra is a great musician to listen to when a girl has me feeling blue. The song "In the wee hours of the morning" is amazing. Another that seems somewhat universal to any problem is "A change is gonna come". by Sam Cooke. Yes, these are much older musicians but back then the music was so much more pure and heartfelt. The lyrics, the melodies, the rhythms and the dynamics of the songs carry a much more meaningful message. So all of the bantering aside. The answer to your question is yes, there are, but everyone is different and the best way is to look around on the internet and find tunes that fit you. If you need help finding artists for any genre feel free to ask. My mind is one giant music library.
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