Hidden In My Heart: A Lullaby Journey Through Scripture
Manufacturer: BreakAway Music
Hidden In My Heart, Volumes I, II, AND III - The Best Selling CD Series FromÂ Scripture Lullabies -Â The first in the Scripture Lullabies series, Hidden In My Heart, Volume I presents a moving musical experience that sounds more like a movie score than a nursery rhyme song.Â Â It is the CD that is having a profound effect on listeners of EVERY age; not just the little ones! Nightmares disappear (for both children and adults!).... anxiety and stress dissolve when this music is played. That's why it's not only the perfect baby gift, but also the perfect gift for anyone going through a difficult time. ALSO, make sure you check out our brand new instrumental album, "Quietly" on sale now for just $9.99.Â Of all the enjoyable music written to bring Scripture verses to auditory life, I have never heard one like thisâ€¦ one so absolutely stunningâ€¦ - Jessica Heights, blogger and â€Relevantâ€ conference cohost. Giving Back The Gift Of Peaceâ€¦ One out of 10 CDs is donated to Pregnancy Resource Centers, a calling we were drawn to in 2009. We are honored and humbled to be able to provide these centers with an additional tool that can be used to minister to these young women and their newborns in their greatest time of need. â€¦ And The Gift Of Lullaby no matter the age Every track finely crafted to bring the restless to slumber, and the unsettledÂ at heart to peace. Baby shower Christening gift Baby dedication gift Sleep CD for babies Sleep CD and peace for your home This is stillness you and your baby were looking for. Simply the most soothing lullaby music you will find. Order this volume - or immerse yourself in the entire spiritual experience withÂ Volumes I, II, And III Today.
Sing-A-Longs & Lullabies for the Film Curious George
Manufacturer: Universal/Brushfire Records
Jack Johnson is the voice of Curious George (through his music). The songs are prominently featured within the film and are an integral part of the story. Soundtrack features 9 new Jack songs, including 3 duets with Ben Harper, G. Love and Matt Costa. Also includes a cover of The White Stripes 'We Are Going To Be Friends' which Jack has performed live on tour over the past few years. Universal. 2006. Admit it: If you had to pick an artist to give voice to the wackadoo thinkings of a monkey beloved by most of the American populace over age 3, you could do a lot worse than Jack Johnson. Black Eyed Peas? Too hyper. Death Cab for Cutie? Too ironic. They Might Be Giants? Too eggheaded. Johnson, though the object of much rightful jealousy--here, after all, is a guy who only stumbled into music and vaulted himself up the charts after a successful career as a pro surfer--turns out to have the goods to do H.A. Rey, Curious George's creator, proud. Fans familiar with Johnson's earlier discs will recognize a certain laconic sprawl and easy fascination in his songs that suits the theme of perpetual puzzlement perfectly (here, let's not forget, is a guy who racked up fans with songs called "Bubble Toes" and "Banana Pancakes"). That the music takes a childish turn barely registers--songs like opener "Upside Down" are classic Johnson, all wonderment and groove, and the collaborations with friends Ben Harper, G. Love, and Matt Costa warm up, wink, and scamper off before packing on the weight of excess meaning. "We're Going to Be Friends," track seven, seals the deal--when you can make the White Stripes sound compatible with the Man with the Yellow Hat, you know you've got a multi-generational winner. --Tammy La Gorce
Brand: Provident Distribution Group
The very best in songwriting and production have come together to create A Child's Gift Of Lullabyes, nine original and unique lullabies especially for parents and children.This double feature recording includes beautifully performed vocals as well as an instrumental version of each lullaby, allowing you to sing along or just enjoy the wonderful melodies. The full-color, illustrated lyric book will become a fun learning tool as youngsters begin to read and memorize.Designed to instill positive thoughts and encourage children to go to sleep with a bright hope of a wonderful tomorrow, A Child's Gift Of Lullabyes has set a new standard in children's music. It is sure to become your family's favorite recording.1. Playing A Lullaby 2. Tomorrow We'll Go To The Fair 3. Someday Baby 4. Hushabye Street 5. Wings 6. Appalachian Lullaby 7. I L.O.V.E. Y.O.U. 8. Lullaby For Teddy
Here is a collection of some of my favorite children's songs covering my many years of being a dad. I consider these mostly classic compositions, beautiful and simple; some written for movies, some haunting standards and a few written by contemporary singers for their own children. Of all the things my kids and I have done together, the quiet times of night-songs and bedtime snuggles will endure as my most precious memories. I can still see Crosby's face as a little one begging me for "more, Daddy, more, more" of "Winnie The Pooh" (as he called it), or rocking Cody to "To-Ra-Loo-Ra" (if he didn't fall asleep before we made it to his bedroom). And it's not over yet. I'm still singing to Isabella and on into the future to Luke. And I'm loving it. They're my best audience, even if my only applause is the deep slow breathing of a sleeping baby. Delicious. So at long last, the work of a lifetime. Here are the songs I sing to my children...should I say "part one"? - Kenny LogginsWhen sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply. The appeal of this album isn't limited to children--though the gentle repertoire and soft acoustic musical accompaniment will surely soothe little ones at the end of a long day, adults will find the silky-smooth vocals, beautiful harmonies, and creative production just as engaging. Parents will enjoy listening to the metamorphosis of Loggins's 1969 Top 40 hit "House on Pooh Corner" to the updated '90s version. And with titles like the traditional "All the Pretty Little Ponies" and "To-Ra-Loo-Ra" and covers of Paul Williams's "Rainbow Connection," Jimmy Webb's "The Last Unicorn," and John Lennon's "Love," Mom might find herself borrowing this CD from the nursery when it comes time to kick back and relax after the kids are asleep. --Deborah Moore
Hidden In My Heart, Volume II, A Lullaby Journey Through Scripture
Manufacturer: BreakAway Music
Hidden In My Heart, Volumes I, II, AND III - The Best Selling CD Series FromÂ Scripture Lullabies -Â Volume II continues the journey through Scripture as new passages are brought to life. In the tradition of Volume I, this collection of songs weaves Scripture into powerfully peaceful music for any age. Whether you are two or 92, Scripture Lullabies will surely minister deeply to your soul. Nightmares disappear when this music is played. Adults, teens and children experience relief from anxiety as an atmosphere of peace replaces turmoil and unrest. ALSO, make sure you check out our brand new instrumental album, "Quietly" on sale now for just $9.99.Â Of all the enjoyable music written to bring Scripture verses to auditory life, I have never heard one like thisâ€¦ one so absolutely stunningâ€¦ - Jessica Heights, blogger and â€Relevantâ€ conference cohost. Giving Back The Gift Of Peaceâ€¦ One out of 10 CDs is donated to Pregnancy Resource Centers, a calling we were drawn to in 2009. We are honored and humbled to be able to provide these centers with an additional tool that can be used to minister to these young women and their newborns in their greatest time of need. â€¦ And The Gift Of Lullaby no matter the age Every track finely crafted to bring the restless to slumber, and the unsettledÂ at heart to peace. Baby shower Christening gift Baby dedication gift Sleep CD for babies Sleep CD and peace for your home This is stillness you and your baby were looking for. Simply the most soothing lullaby music you will find. Order this volume - or immerse yourself in the entire spiritual experience withÂ Volumes I, II, And III Today.
11 lullaby's Listeners familiar with Nicolette Larson's early work as a vocalist with Commander Cody will know right away that this project comes from her smoother-edged solo career. She scored big-easy rock hits, after all, a cynic might add, so it makes sense that her first release of the 1990s (nine years separate this recording and its predecessor, Say When) would be softened by keyboard washes and muted rhythms. But there's a simple reason for this CD's quietude, its floating gentleness: Larson writes in the liner notes that she wrote the songs as she sat by her daughter Elsie May's hospital bed as her daughter recovered. The music had to be all gentle and nonintrusive, and that's how it comes across. This is a great disc to spin as you rock the newborn. Larson's voice peeks out exceptionally as she covers an unreleased Neil Young tune ("Barefoot Floors") and presents a tender reading of "I Bid You Goodnight." Persistently fine layers of accordion and bowed cello give the keyboard-laden environments surprising warmth. --Andrew Bartlett
This is a 17-track, 35-minute concert featuring a collection of soothing classical melodies perfect to calm little ones as they wind down for nap time, bedtime or a bit of quiet time. Each piece, re-orchestrated for little ears by the Baby Einstein Music Box Orchestra, was specially selected to lull babies into sweet, blissful dreams. Lullaby Classics opens with "Twinkle, Twinkle" variations by Mozart and includes calming and delightful melodies from composers such as Bach, Beethoven, Dvorak and Debussy. It ends with Brahms's "Lullaby" tucking baby in for a cozy, restful sleep.
Songs include 14 adult oriented ballads and classics that create a soothing environment for both mother and child. Track list includes songs like; "What A Wonderful World", "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face", "A Mother's Prayer", "Brahms' Lullaby" and a brand new track worked at radio called "Miracle". In collaborating on Miracle, Celine Dion and her partner in baby love Anne Geddes carefully sidestepped the L-word--a smart move, considering that the songs captured here, despite their electric-blanket warmth, aren't always lullaby-like in their delivery. Though the collaboration is about babies--the liner notes to this CD provide a sneak peek at Geddes' visual wizardry available in both the expanded box set and book--Miracle is not necessarily for them. Which works out great for Celine fans who have made contact with their maternal sides. More than anything, the disc plays as a valentine to new mothers: "Le Loup, La Biche et le Chevalier (Une Chanson Douce)," "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face," and John Lennon's "Beautiful Boy" get the trademark melt-away vocal treatment, causing the need to keep a box of tissues at the ready. While tenderness flows from each track as consistently as formula from a baby bottle, though, the chanteuse doesn't shy away from the passion and note-pounding that are also her trademarks. Thus, the miracle of Miracle lies not in its ability to soothe the tiny creatures it swollen-heartedly celebrates, but in its ability to set the sentiments of listeners who love them to song. --Tammy La Gorce