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Old 4th October 2017, 01:43 PM   #11
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Interesting choice. Can't say Ives ever gave me le frisson, but I'll check it out.
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Do some songs give you goosebumps?
Alice in Chains - Rooster, off of their 1996 Unplugged album.
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Stairway to Heaven performed by the Sydney Philharmonic Choir gives me goosebumps.
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Do some songs give you goosebumps?
Funny,
I didn't start this to have people list the songs, but to comment on the article.
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Our brains are special.
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Funny,
I didn't start this to have people list the songs, but to comment on the article.
So yet another example where posters respond to the thread title without reading the original post
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I didn't start this to have people list the songs, but to comment on the article.
Good luck with that, Weldon. Brain science articles don't get much traction on this forum. Too much solder sniffing, I suppose.
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It was an interesting article. I can anecdotally confirm that I do get goosebumps with certain performances and I also tend to be quite an emotional being

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Err, isn't that what music is for? To elicit an emotional response? Presumably the GB effect is special in some way? Or do only special brains get it? Smells of elitism
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