Lullaby: A Collection
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A healing, soul-soothing collection perfect for calming an action-packed household at the end of an exciting family gathering. This refreshing mix of Celtic, Swedish, Jewish, Native American, South African, African-American, Japanese and Mexican melodies lends serenity to a parent's special moments of quiet connection.
1. Swedish Lullaby - Susan Robbins
2. The Cradle Song - Karan Casey
3. A La Nanita Nana - Tish Hinojosa
4. Be Still My Child - Ladysmith Black Mambazo
5. Sakura - Freyda Epstein / Owayare - Freyda Epstein
6. All The Pretty Horses - Judy Collins
7. Lullaby - Take 6
8. Down By The Salley Gardens - Derek Bell
9. Sleep, Little One, Sleep - Kevin Locke
10. Sweet Lullaby - Deep Forest
11. Spirit Lullaby - Sweet Honey In The Rock
12. Common Thread - Bobby McFerrin
* Bobby McFerrin, Take 6, Ladysmith Black Mambazo Karan Casey, Judy Collins, Sweet Honey In The Rock and more
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I played it on a loop for my daughter for the earliest months when she slept and now play it when I'm trying to wind her down at nap time. It's really soothing and calming. If i'm tired when i put it on my eye lids begin to weigh a pound each.
My one complaint is one song, I think it's by take 6, that all the sudden gets very loud. I have to keep the entire volume super low or be prepared to skip that one loud song. An annoying flaw in an otherwise really lovely compilation.
(Tip: Just cut a new CD with your favorites, you'll inevitably like most of these.)
One of the first tracks is a swedish song with no words (just "dye dye la looo" that sort of thing) that I like singing to my baby. There is another Oriental song of the same sort in the middle that I really like also.
The last track is a Bobby McFerrin that is just gorgeous. I discovered recently that when my husband puts our baby to bed he plays it the last thing before he lays her down, and he'd be embarassed to know I was telling the world that sitting in the dark with his baby cuddling up to his chest, rocking her in the chair with that song playing nearly always makes him tear up a little. It is such a sweet song.
I'm buying this for my niece for Christmas.