Sunday, July 6, 2014

Lullabylooza: '90s Alternative Goes Lullaby - JammyJams


On Lullabylooza: ’90s Alternative Goes Lullaby,  Jammy Jams stage dives into the world of ’90s grunge and alternative music. Lullabylooza takes that dirty, crunchy sound and transforms it into soothing, relaxing lullabies to help you and your little one drift off to la la land.  From heavy hitters like Soundgarden, Nirvana and Stone Temple Pilots to the more melodic side of alternative like Oasis and The Cure…  Jammy Jams covers it all! When baby is restless in the middle of the night and those minutes seem to Creep by, make things Easy, and soothe your baby to sleep with the sounds of Jammy Jams.

Jammy Jams is a fun, modern twist on lullabies for parents who strive to create memories with their little ones while teaching them a thing or two about their own style. Soothing sounds of vibraphone, marimba, xylophone, piano, blocks and more performed and arranged by Jeff Bradford and Tim Phillips. Instrumental lullabies that will Hip-Hop, Pop and Rock your baby to sleep!

Track Listing:
1. Black Hole Sun (originally by Soundgarden)
2. Creep (originally by Stone Temple Pilots)
3. A Girl Like You (originally by Edwyn Collins)
4. Champagne Supernova (originally by Oasis)
5. In The Meantime (originally by Spacehog)
6. Friday I’m In Love (originally by The Cure)
7. Easy (as performed by Faith No More)
8. About A Girl (originally by Nirvana)
9. Possum Kingdom (originally by Toadies)
10. Bird Dream Of The Olympus Mons (originally by Pixies)

Lullabylooza: '90s Alternative Goes Lullaby by Jammy Jams takes the alternative songs from the 90’s and truns them into lullabies. I really thought that this was a clever and unique idea that I haven’t seen before. It’s a very unique and nice alternative to the same old lullabies.

Before I played the album, I had no idea what I was going to hear. I couldn’t imagine how you could turn those songs into a lullaby; I couldn’t imagine that would ever work. It worked, and it worked great. It was a great alternative to the same old lullabies you always hear. It has an oddly calming effect and is actually quite relaxing.

Of course I prefer the original renditions of the songs best, but for a calm and relaxing sound, this works amazingly well. This would be a great album to have if you have young children or even for yourself if you need calming music to help you sleep. That sounds strange, but it really is an interestingly calming sound that just relaxes you. You can hear the songs of the ‘90s in a new and unique way. While there are obviously no lyrics, it’s still amazing.

Obviously this album won’t be for everyone, but if you enjoy calming music to help you relax, this would work pretty well. It would also be appropriate for anyone with small children that wants a different kind of lullaby to listen to than the usual “twinkle twinkle”.
Overall, I really enjoyed relaxing to this music.

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