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I only knew about a few tracks that sometimes do this to me.  Stairway to Heaven (Led Zeppelin), Song ToThe Siren (This Mortal Coil), the lead break on Vital Transformation (Mahavishnu)

Then randomly Candy Store Rock (Led Zeppelin) appears on Radio 6 Music and does it to me.

I've no idea what makes some track have this physical effect on my spine.  Apparently it might be subconscious memories.  It's quite cool.…………

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ripdog Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2015
This effect is called frisson. Check out
Junkyardrose Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2015
.....but the music of your choice is excellent! My compliments!
Gairm Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2015
Leonard Cohen, Light As The Breeze, and Who By Fire
BruceHulkBanner Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2015
David Gilmour's solo on the song Comfortably Numb. The live version is even better. 
Like with the Led Zeppelin songs although they don't touch me to that level.  Hotdog is another goody of their's I love.  I think if music touches you to a certain level it can make you cry.  Extreme did an album called III sides to every song and did a 3 partner song that becomes very instrumental in the last part.  

To me it is classical rock music at it's very best - Here's the link on You Tube:-…

Queensryche also did an album called Operation Mindcrime, to me it is has some very powerful tracks, here's the link to the album:-…
CAPnBlack Featured By Owner May 20, 2014
I judge music by the amount and intensity of shivers I get.…
1 minute 30 a shiver to know your connected. and at 2 minutes you should have a shiver-gasm... :) :) :) :) :) ;)
SteelAngelJohn Featured By Owner May 18, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
This always sends a shiver up my spine: << Lateralus, by Tool. Not for everyone - make sure you listen to it either through good speakers, good headphones, or some other form of superb audio.
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May 18, 2014