RELEASE
April 15, 1997
LABEL
Windham Hill Records
GENRES
World, Progressive Bluegrass, World Fusion, Adult Alternative, New Acoustic, Bluegrass, Solo Instrumental, Brazilian Pop, Neo-Bop, Contemporary Instrumental, Brazilian Jazz, Adult Contemporary, Lullabies, Afro-Brazilian, Worldbeat, Fusion, Crossover Jazz, Alt-Country, Brazilian Traditions, Alternative/Indie Rock, Neo-Classical, Latin Jazz, Contemporary Folk, Vocal Jazz

Album Review

A calming, diverse collection of lullabies from the world over. Assembly of the compilation is by violinist Tracy Silverman (Turtle Island String Quartet), a father of two. Silverman succeeded in capturing most lullabies performed by families. A smorgasbord of cultures is represented: Japan, Indonesia, Brazil, Ghana, Iceland, Israel, Russia, and more. Artists performing include Bobby McFerrin, George Winston, Eliot Fisk, Billy Taylor, and more.
Tom Schulte, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Common Threads
  2. Japanese Music Box (Itsuki No Komoriuta)
  3. Suliram
  4. Shiny Shell Lullaby (Pupu Hinuhinu)
  5. Montanhas No Ceu
  6. Suantrai
  7. Anjo da Guarda
  8. Little One Mine
  9. Cancion de Cuna
  10. Sofdu Únga Ástin Min
  11. Kumbaya
  12. Rock-A-Bye Baby
  13. Tumbalalaika
  14. Just Close Your Eyes
  15. Bayushky Bayu
  16. Brahms Lullaby
  17. Here I Am