Jackson's Browne's - Lawyers In Love.
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Thank you for your replies! I'm going to look into more of the ambient music out there. I already have Eno's "Music for Airports." Regarding the second category, I wasn't necessarily looking for music that deals with law or lawyers. I was looking for music that one would listen to in order to get "psyched-up." Boston and Psycho Killer may fit the bill. Any others?
Thanks again and have a happy new year.
Portugal I like the David Sylvian/Holger Czukay album as well. I think the one Richard is referring to is titled Flux & Mutability. The second track(there's only 2 REALLY long tracks) is especially nice. I think you should check out steveroach.com. He has plenty of music to stream for free, he has been making electronic music for over 30 years, he's very prolific so there are tons of albums to choose from(I have almost 70 of his albums) & he is simply considered one of the best ambient musicians ever. The stuff in the Timeroom Editions series is usually very serene and without any "beats". Some others:
Pete Namlook-Air I & II
Robert Rich-Trances & Drones
Steve Hillage-Rainbow Dome Musick
I took the bar exam 15 years ago in New York, and it was my experience that I wanted music to soothe and relax me leading up to the exam, not to psyche me up. I think staying calm and focused is helpful the days of the exam, so I listened to classical on the morning drives to the exam and found that to be quite helpful. At the time my knowledge of classical music was quite limited (it's marginally better now) and I preferred Wynton Marsalis playing the Hayden trumpet concertos. Good luck on the exam!