The ‘Cradle Rock‘ lullabies are unlike any other in the marketplace today, since we wanted to focus on iconic artists and albums that appeal to music fans across a wide variety of genres,” says Steve Jones, CEO of Brash Music. “Each project is produced with child and parent in mind, so the melodic structure and tempo of each song stays true to the original.” Jones says most lullaby releases are a collection of hits or compilations by various artists. “While some projects in the Cradle Rock series follow a compilation model, most are replications of entire albums in lullaby form. Additional Cradle Rock albums in development include U2’s “The Joshua Sleep Tree,” Black Eyed Peas’ “Sleep-pea Hits” as well as lullaby albums inspired by Nickelback, Carrie Underwood and The Eagles to name a few.
Right now, Tree Top Records has Cradle Rock lullaby CDs in:
Pop (with lullaby versions of songs recorded by Michael Jackson) called “Thrillaby”. Following the iconic album’s track list from start to finish, these pop-flavored lullabies are your little one’s perfect introduction to the irresistible melodies of the King of Pop. It’s definitely an interesting twist on the way we know the songs. They are soothing, yet still “poppy.” Admittedly, I had a hard time telling which song was which for several of them…maybe I don’t know as many MJ songs as I thought I did.
Country (with lullaby versions of songs recorded by Johnny Cash) called “I Crawl The Line”. Whether you have a girl named Billy or a boy named Sue, your baby is sure to love crawling the line with these lullabies inspired by the original Man in Black. Classic country, yet a little more calming and soothing. Surprisingly, these were the most recognizable for me…they were also more soothing, too.
Country (with lullaby versions of songs recorded by Kenny Chesney) called “No Shoes, No Diaper…Might Be a Problem.” Every song was a Number One country single with the exception of Young and No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems, both of which clocked in at Number Two on the charts. These were also more soothing to us. While we aren’t typically a “country” family, this music works better for a lullaby mode
Each of the CDs has it’s own unique style, yet features a soothing lullaby style. When you purchase the CDs you also get an instant access link to download them as well.
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