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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Jammy Jams - Lullabylooza: '90s Alternative Goes Lullaby Review

Jammy Jams - Lullabylooza: '90s Alternative Goes Lullaby Review

Link to my review on Amazon:



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.

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)

***My Personal Review***

This is awesome!  I can't think of a better word to describe it better :)  I am not a huge fan of alternative music but I listen to everything and I really enjoyed these!  I actually fell asleep to them one night - but I did let my daughter who is 7 listen to them.  She has Williams syndrome which for some reason no one can figure out gives them a HUGE love and proclivity towards music.  So for her it doesn't matter what kind of music it is - music is great and she loves it.  So of course she doesn't know any of these songs normally - but she loved it and responded to it.  She also likes to dance to it, but that is not the normal use of lullabies.  But I have used it when she has "meltdowns" and gets upset and it definitely works to calm her nerves.  Anything that can do that for her is amazing!

My favorite is Friday I'm In Love, I always loved that song anyways so hearing it adapted into a lullaby was pretty darn cool.  The whole repertoire of songs is very soothing and makes you feel good.  And they have tons more goodies for you - including onesies and sets.  They have an "Eighties Babies" which includes all of the greatest 80's songs turned into awesome lullabies, and "Once Upon a Rhyme" which takes on Hip Hop songs.  There are so many to choose from, whatever kind of music you like they have a lullaby set to match it!  I can't wait to try some more of these - and I wish my daughter was young enough to wear their adorable onesies :)

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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