Great Albums for those Romantic Evenings with the lady?

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    Feist's Let it Die or The Reminder
     
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    You're looking for Stan Getz & Joao Gilbert - Getz/Gilberto.
    Bossa at it's absolute best.
     
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    Stan Getz is the man.
     
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    With the exception of the Wagner piece, all of these are albums. Without exception, they should do the trick.[​IMG] Jazz My Funny Valentine, Chet Baker Conversations with Myself, Bill Evans Standards, Bireli Lagrene Charlie Parker with Strings, Charlie Parker Quiet, John Scofield Classical Prelude and Liebestod from Tristan and Isolde, Wagner (Even if you aren't a fan of this kind of music, this is arguably the most passion-drenched 17 minutes of music ever written.) R&B Ashanti, Ashanti Groove Theory, Groove Theory The Best of Sade, Sade Vocals In the Wee Small Hours, Frank Sinatra
     
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    You're looking for Stan Getz & Joao Gilbert - Getz/Gilberto.
    Bossa at it's absolute best.


    Good Stuff!
     
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    Roxy Music Avalon
     
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    just one song. on repeat. "shake that ass" by eminem. for those of you who are unfamiliar with this song, here is a sampling of the lyrics:

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    +1 getz/gilberto

    portishead - portishead

    mr bungle - lovage
     
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    For a romantic dinner or something like that and something a bit different:

    Red House Painters- "Ocean Beach" or "1"

    Really good mellow, romantic music. Not the lyrics as much, but the sound and tone.
     
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    Donald Fagen's "The Nightfly," because it contains the single-most romantic song ever written: Maxine.
     
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    Starbucks put out a Chet Baker collection a few month's ago, "Too Cool". Really great stuff.
     

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