Have you ever heard a song that gave you adrenaline/goose bumps? What number was this?

There are now quite a few, some pieces of music are touching me so much that I get chicken pevel.

OA: Kyuss-50 million Mile trip (2nd half)
Camille Saint Saense-Danse Macabre
Arvo Oart-Fratres
Pink Floyd-Money (the solo)
Fleetwood Mac-So Afraid (live performance 1997, also the solo)

Mostly melodic pieces or sobos that work very much towards a climax.
There are still more, but I quickly remembered it.
Not every man experiences music so strongly that they get chicken pevel.

The song Orion of the LP Master of Puppets of Metallica.

Grts, Morty

Hey Bulldog of the Beatles-for me their best song.

Andorra of Colin Blunstone, at the chorus.

You haven芒 鈧劉 t done Nothin芒 鈧劉 of Stevie Wonder.

Rubber Band Man of the Spinners.The clavinet was a beautiful invention.

The Lamia of Genesis.On a lot of songs of this double album, the sound is somehow beaten to something ugly; On this number.

99 1/2 from CCNR: After 16 seconds they have said everything they have to say, but that is so powerful that they can repeat it for minutes without being bored.

In The state of anaesthetic of spinfish.Just sounds very tasty.

L芒 鈧劉 Assassinat of Georges Brassens, after I could follow the text.

For the Survivors -from Boudewijn de Groot-What a package.

Lux Aeterna Of James MacMillan, even though singing on this recording a soprano too hard.

CHANGES IV by Cat Stevens.

All ye, whom love and fortune hath betrayed by John Dowland, a cappella sung.

Gigue from the sixth Partita FOR keyboard BWV 830, by J.S. Bach (but in another version, this is too busy, although there are good things in it).

Aus Liebe from Bach’S MATTH脙 陇 US Passion, if done well.

Impromptu No. 2, D 899 of Franz Schubert.

Der Tod und das M脙 陇 Dchen, the String Quartet No. 14 by Franz Schubert.

Triste plaisir of Gilles Binchois.

There is of course more, but I don’t have it all ready.

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