69 Old Time Bawdy Songs and Sexy Music

Sexy Songs From Yesteryear

Music has been the source of sexual discovery for a very long time. In different eras, the style of the music of the music that was considered erotic or sexy changed. A few decades can make the difference between an amorous connection or a silly novelty song. Here is a mix from many from the half-century before this one.
Old Time Double Entendre, Sexy & Seduction Songs, Film Scores, with a little hot Rock and Roll.
1. The Stripper – David Rose
2. Let’s Spend The Night Together – The Rolling
3. Fever – Peggy Lee
4. Ebb Tide – The Righteous Brothers
5. Sixty Minute Man – The Dominoes
6. Lay Lady Lay – Bob Dylan
7. Makin’ Whoopee! – Eddie Cantor, 1928
8. Please Please Me – The Beatles
9. Let’s Misbehave – Ben Bernie
10. I Want a Little Sugar in My Bowl – Nina Simone
11. Je T’Aime… Moi Non Plus – Jane Birkin and
Serge Gainsbourg
12. Whole Lotta Love – Led Zeppelin
13. I Just Want to Make Love to You – Etta James
14. Nights in White Satin – Moody Blues
15. Yes Sir, That’s My Baby – various, 1925
16. Just A Gigolo – Louis Prima & Keely Smith
17. The Look of Love – Dusty Springfield
18. I Get Ideas – Tony Martin, 1950
19. The House of the Rising Sun – The Animals
20. Handy Man – Jimmy Jones
21. One Night – Elvis Presley
22. Boléro – Maurice Ravel, 1928
23. In The Midnight Hour – Wilson Pickett
24. Why Don’t We Do It In The Road – The Beatles
25. Love Is Strange – Mickey & Sylvia
26. Boom Boom – John Lee Hooker
27. You Got To Give Me Some – Bessie Smith
28. A Guy What Takes His Time – Mae West
29. Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon – Gary Puckett
& The Union Gap
30. Carolina in the Morning – various, 1923
31. I Love Ya Then I Need Ya – Eartha Kitt
32. Fever – Elvis Presley
33. The Orgy (From The Conan The Barbarian Soundtrack)
– Basil Poledouris’, 1980
34. Walkin’ the Dog – Rufus Thomas
35. I Need A Little Sugar In My Bowl – Bessie Smith
36. I Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You) – Aretha
37. I Want To Be Bad – Helen Kane
38. Harlen Nocturn – The Viscounts
39. Too Hot Too Handle – Jayne Mansfield
40. Hard To Handle – Otis Redding
41. Night Train – The Viscounts
42. Lover Man – Billie Holiday
43. Bacchanale from Daphnis et Chloé (Daphnis
and Chloe)
– Maurice Ravel
44. What’s New Pussycat? – Tom Jones
45. Good Golly Miss Molly – Little Richard
46. Shave ‘Em Dry – Lucille Bogan
47. I’m Your Hoochie Coochie Man – Muddy Waters
48. Bacchanale from Samson et Dalila (Samson and Delilah)
– Charles-Camille Saint-Saëns, 1877
49. Squeeze Box – The Who
50. Buffalo Gals – various
51. If It Don’t Fit (Don’t Force It) – Los Enemigos
52. Sonata Erotica – Erwin Schulhoff
53. Foxey Lady – Jimi Hendrix
54. Dance of the Seven Veils (Salomé) – Richard
Strauss, various, based on the biblical era story of Salome
and John the Baptist
55. Gotta Gimme Whatcha Got – Julia Lee
56. Comin’ Thro’ the Rye – Robert Burns
57. Tom Cat – Muddy Waters
58. Keep On Churnin’ – Wynonie Harris
59. These Arms of Mine – Otis Redding
60. Strip Polka – The Andrews Sisters
61. A Man For Every Day Of The Week – Sippie Wallace
62. Come Again, Sweet Love Doth Now Invite – John
Dowland, late 1500s
63. Love Man – Otis Redding
64. Whatever Lola Wants – Carmen McRae
65. Sam The Hot Dog Man – Lil Johnson
66. Opening of Der Rosenkavalier – Richard Strauss,
67. Rock Me – Sister Rosetta Thorpe
68. The Heat Is On – Jo Ann Greer
69. I’m a King Bee – Slim Harpo


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