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Jammy Jams releases 13th Album, Eighties Babies: Awesome 80s Go Lullaby
Jammy Jams releases Eighties Babies: Awesome 80s Go Lullaby, a lullaby album with renditions of popular songs from the Eighties.
“The 1980s transformed our lives with the birth of MTV, neon fashion, video games, voodoo economics, big hair, and John Hughes Films. Whether you remember George Michael as half of Wham!, or were just a glimmer in your mama's eyes in the ‘80s, one thing is true- the ‘80s were AWESOME! Share that impressive, tremendous era of your memories with your little one by introducing them to Jammy Jams’ latest lullaby collection: Eighties Babies: Awesome '80s Go Lullaby,” says Jeff Bradford, Jammy Jams founder.
About Jammy Jams
In 2010, shortly after Jeff and his wife Lynn welcomed their son Rollins into the world, Jeff was inspired, during late night feedings, to develop lullabies that would not only provide soothing, calming music for baby, but would also entertain the parents. 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 are performed and arranged by Tim Phillips and Jeff Bradford. Jammy Jams features lullaby renditions of songs originally by everyone from Jay-Z to Whitesnake, Eminem to David Bowie, Lady Gaga to The Beastie Boys.
Eighties Babies: Awesome '80s Go Lullaby Tracklist
Lullaby Renditions (Original Artist)
1. Video Killed the Radio Star (The Buggles)
2. Careless Whisper (Wham!)
3. Don’t You Forget About Me (Simple Minds)
4. Time (Culture Club)
5. The Beautiful Ones (Prince)
6. She Sells Sanctuary (The Cult)
7. True (Spandau Ballet)
8. Catch My Fall (Billy Idol)
9. In the Air Tonight (Phil Collins)
10. Private Eyes (Hall & Oates)
Jeff Bradford lives in the Washington DC/ Baltimore metro area and is available for interviews and media appearances. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.jammyjams.net.