But lyrics and song content belong to the fawmers who wrote them!
This won't be for everyone, but perhaps someone will find this soothing, as it was for me to make.
I had to jump off the speaker and pop the headphones on so I could have the full experience. Sounds a little rainy at the same time, or something, a few other sounds intermixed. Intriguing.
Awww... kitty contentment! Makes me feel a little guilty that I’m not sitting with one of my cats now!
Aww! I didn’t realize until today how many people this FAWM made songs based on their pet’s noises - I have come across quite a few, and I had done it myself! I guess it’s a “spending lots of time with our pets/pandemic” thing? Whatever, I found this very soothing - kudos to the vocalist and the arranger!! 😊
Aww, this reminds me of our old cat Honey (star of Brand New Kitten, many years ago) - she was great at catcore! Very soothing and sweet 😀
Awww . . . just what I needed this morning!
Well that was pretty cool!
Absolutely awesome, so tender and deep, straightforward, genuine. Love made sound. Pure catcore-soundart.
My human can't record my purring, because I'm a quiet purrer. This kind of take is precious, she says.
Relaxing, indeed. I didn't necessarily hear it as a cat; indeed, towards the middle I thought of an unnaturally still, bright summer's afternoon on which I could hear nothing but a *very* distant lawnmower.
The idea of 'purring' is an interesting one. We apply the word to everything from engines to kitties, but the mind tends to leap to felines upon seeing it. In French, bien sur, we have 'ronronner', which for me had the opposite effect - applying it to cats made me think of it gunning its little internal engine. This might be a consequence of my being a non-native speaker.
This is a work of ASMRt.