5/10/14

Jammy Jams Review


Jammy Jams are the most lovable lullaby CD's . They were gracious enough to send me one to review for my honest review.  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.

Eighties Babies: Awesome '80s Go Lullaby. This era holds a special place in my heart and to find a Lullaby CD of the 80's music was special. Its very relaxing and soothing and just in time for our special grandsons arrival. 

Songs included:


Video Killed The Radio Star (originally by The Buggles) - Lullaby Rendition 




Careless Whisper (originally by Wham!) - Lullaby Rendition



Don't You Forget About Me (originally by Simple Minds) - Lullaby Rendition              



Time (originally by Culture Club) - Lullaby Rendition 



The Beautiful Ones (originally by Prince) - Lullaby Rendition 



She Sells Sanctuary (originally by The Cult) - Lullaby Rendition 



True (originally by Spandau Ballet) - Lullaby Rendition 



Catch My Fall (originally by Billy Idol) - Lullaby Rendition 



In The Air Tonight (originally by Phil Collins) - Lullaby Rendition 



Private Eyes (originally by Hall & Oates) - Lullaby Rendition 

Jammy Jams also has Lullabys in Christian, Hip Hop and more...
Visit Jammy Jams at: http://jammyjams.bandcamp.com


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

                                            
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