Jack Johnson's music always make me happy. but in recently about few mount ago i just listened a song name "Your love is a song" and ''Innocent again'' from switchfoot.and i think This band is awesome.
Depending on my mood, I usually listen to instrumentals. Some of my favorites are Return to Forever's Romantic Warrior (Jazz Fusion), Pictures At An Exhibition by Emerson Lake & Palmer (Electronic Rock), The Live side of Pink Floyd's UMMAGUMMA. (Psychedelic), When The Jefferson Airplane started to become The Jefferson Starship. They made an album with a bunch of their friends. It is called Blows Against the Empire. Side two was pure genius. (For the time). It was one of the best things Paul Kantner ever did. These are all best heard wearing cans (Real headphones that cover the whole ear), a habit I got into when listening to music under the influence of psychedelics. To this day, I can put in any one of these recordings, & they can still effect my mood. I rarely put music on to play in the background while I'm doing what ever it is I'm doing. I enjoy LISTENING to music.
I have a very broad range of music I listen to everyday. Hiphop, jazz, classic, soul, classic rock, choir (yes..choir music), and everything inbetween. I can't really say I listen to one specific type or artist, I'm a music lover that is inspired by so much, it wouldn't be fair to single out one type; But here our a few:
There is an old band from Japan called Southern All Stars. They create all the songs and sing them by themselves. I should say, those songs are created by special heart of loving music and creation. I bought nothing but a music album of Southern All Stars when I traveled in Tokyo. And now this album is still one of my favorites.
The music I list to don't really fit into my photography as such, but 30 Seconds to Mars have really inspired me since their first single and still continue to do so. But there are so many great songs out there that inspire you in all sorts of ways :) x
It's actually funny, when I walk around with my camera, straight hip hop is always playing in the background. But when I'm designing or reworking photographs, it's house, DnB, and Kaskade-like sounds. It allows me to 'zone out'. I recently discovered "Nightmares on Wax" through Pandora and it absolutely gets me going, in a more smoove kind of way.