Playlists baby making music

Published on February 15th, 2012 | by Chase Larson


Now That’s What I Call Baby Making Music

With the spirit of love thick in the air (just overpowering the voices of the lonely and disenfranchised), it’s hard to think of a better opportunity to let you in on some of the smoothest, sexiest baby making music we can conjure up. After all, what other holiday can compel radio stations to liberally play R. Kelly’s “Bump and Grind?” With a melting pot of genres like R&B, jazz and indie rock swirled together in a meticulously hand-picked playlist, one simple trait connects all the tracks together: an undeniable groove.

Listen to the best baby making music below on Spotify:
Now That’s What I Call Baby Making Music (Vol. 1)

For those of you without a Spotify account, below are the track listings:
John Legend & Al Green — “Stay With Me (By the Sea)”
Sade — “By Your Side” / “King of Sorrow”
Blonde Redhead — “My Impure Hair”
Marvin Gaye — “Please Stay (Once You Go Away)” / “Let’s Get It On”
Maxwell — “Pretty Wings” / “This Woman’s Work”
D’Angelo — “The Line” / “Feel Like Makin’ Love”
John Legend — “Slow Dance”
Corinne Bailey Rae — “Till It Happens To You” / “Is This Love”
R. Kelly — “Love Letter”
Anthony Hamilton — “Woo” / “Back To Love”
The Isley Brothers — “Between the Sheets”
Al Green — “Let’s Stay Together”
Joe — “I Wanna Know”
The Cinematic Orchestra — “All Things”
The Civil Wars — “I Want You Back”
Nina Simone — “Do I Move You?”
The Roots — “You Got Me”
Jazzanova — “Let Me Show Ya”
The Jacksons — “Show You The Way To Go”
Janelle Monáe — “Sincerely, Jane”
John Legend ft. Ludacris — “Tonight (Best You Ever Had)”
Earth, Wind & Fire — “That’s the Way of the World”
Hooverphonic — “2Wicky”
Bitter:Sweet — “The Mating Game” / “Overdue”
Robin Thicke – “Lost Without You”
Mario – “Let Me Love You”
Maroon 5 – “Secrets”
Lykke Li — “Little Bit (AutoErotique Bootleg Remix)”
The XX — “VCR” / “Islands”
Asobi Seksu — “Thursday”

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is the founder of SOUND. He has written for Men’s Journal, Deseret News, Daily Herald, Rhombus and worked as an editor at the The Daily Universe. When he’s not involved in one of the aforementioned pursuits, he sleeps. Very well. Follow him on Twitter at @chasemlarson, Google+ or at his website

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