Many of us really enjoy listening to music ..
  while driving or working on our computer,
  when dining out, socializing with friends
  and family, exercising or just relaxing.
  I personally enjoy listening to romantic oldies
  from the 1920's thru the 50's .. especially the
  Easy Listening music, Classical, Latin Dance
  and soft Jazz .. each with or without vocals.

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asking if you want to: OPEN ( listen to ) this song from to hear it through your
computer's Windows Media Player; SAVE ( download ) this song into your music library;
or simply CANCEL ( ignore the song ).

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hand corner of this page to indicate downloading has taken place. Simple click that .exe box
after the song has downloaded to your computer. Then use your Windows Media Player to
listen to the music. You can easily delete the song from your computer if you don't like it.

Here are a few of my favorite Latin INSTRUMENTALS:
" Masquerade" time 4:26 .. very relaxing arrangement of electronic keyboard and drums.
" What a difference a day makes" 3:43 .. soft jazzy keyboard, sax and drums for dancing.
" Black Orpheus" 3:26 .. smooth, creative arrangement of guitar, xylophone and flute.

Plus some very 'easy listening' OLDIES .. these vocals run about 2 minutes each:
" East of the sun", " Embraceable you", " How deep is the ocean", " I hadn't anyone til you",
" I'll get by", " I'm confessin that I love you", " I only have eyes for you", " My ideal",
" They say falling in love is wonderful", " You go to my head",

MORE music will be added soon. Return to  ConradCHESS  home page. ..