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Has a music artist or song ever given you literal goosebumps?

Asked by rockfan (9368points) February 22nd, 2018 from iPhone

Roy Oribison’s music always gives me goosebumps, no matter how many times I’ve listened to his songs.

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Richard Shindell singing Abuelita

Emmlou Harris singing Red Dirt Girl

Simon & Garfunkel – The Boxer

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rojo's avatar

Well, whatever.

Also S&G – The Dangling Conversation listen to the words, this is such a sad song.

Zaku's avatar

Yes, usually when it resonates with some of my own feelings.

MrGrimm888's avatar

Absolutely. All the time.

rebbel's avatar

Of all art forms, music does that the most frequent, and effortlessly, it seems.
Just one example {Hozier – Take Me To Church).

zenvelo's avatar

Driving south on US 101 into Hollywood one summer evening when I was 22, a friend put The Doors L.A.Woman on. It still gives me chills. What a night.

Kardamom's avatar

Yes, quite often.

KD Lang’s Hallelujah does it to me every time.

SergeantQueen's avatar

This one (Give Peace a Chance)
This one (For What It’s Worth)
This one (Power To The People)
aaaaand… This one (Revolution)

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Also this one It’s long but it’s about 9/11 and all of the victims names are read off.

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The first time I heard a live symphony orchestra, I was sitting in the middle of it playing. Goosebumps and tears.

Our school had bands, with no strings. I joined a regional orchestra, and my first rehearsal with them was my first time hearing a live string orchestra. It was a very emotional moment.

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