Interesting. I do not divide these scents in the way you do, but it is true that perfumers often try to create effects that somehow are not purely olfactory. Perfumes can appear big, or, rich, airy, transparent, watery, satiny, etc. There are materials that perfumers use not only for the smell itself, but because they change the feel of the other materials, make them breathe, so to speak. For instance, civet opens up and makes floral notes richer and more persistent. Some woody ambers give radiance, calone suffuses rooms.
That said, I don't know what the specific material is that creates the effect you mention. Sometimes, we also perceive materials differently, so it's possible that you are more sensitive than others to certain materials (so that their effects is amplified).