{Review} Rock N Roll Koochie Koo

I’m very excited to be able to share a brand new album of lullabies with you all!

I have a friend (full disclosure) who is also a musician and has very recently finished an EP with six lullaby renditions of popular music on it. His name is Kris Farrow and the album is Rock N Roll Koochie Koo.

I am madly in love with the cover of this album:

I am also madly in love with all the songs on the album. From a rendition of “Sesame Street” that filled me with nostalgia for PBS in the morning to a fun version of “Jack and Diane” that will keep grownups as happy as the babies, this album has enough variety for everyone. This way, nobody will fight over whether to listen to lullaby versions of Alan Jackson or The Smashing Pumpkins.

My personal favorite is “Rolling in the Deep.” It can melt my mommy headache away instantly and immediately calms Clara or Cormac when they decide that the car is a perfect place for a meltdown. I have even caught myself humming songs from Rock N Roll Koochie Koo to the twins hours after we last listened to the album. I would definitely recommend adding this album to your collection of lullabies or starting your collection if you haven’t already.

If you would like to support a musician, convince him to make more lullabies, and own your own copy of any or all of these songs, you can get them here. I seriously listen to these even when my babies are nowhere around. Lullabies don’t have to suck.

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