Instrumental Dreamland from Putumayo Kids

I've posted many, many times about how much we love the Putumayo Kids albums in our home (and car), particularly the Dreamland collection.  The soothing lullabys from around the world are great for winding down with the kids as well as for inducing some in-car napping on the way to the grandparents' house.

On February 28th, Putumayo Kids will be releasing the newest title in the Dreamland series, Instrumental Dreamland.  We previewed a copy, and I think it's probably the most soothing of the titles we have, particularly because it's instrumental.
In speaking about Instrumental Dreamland, Putumayo Founder Dan Storper says "These selections were chosen for their calming effect and appeal to children and adults alike. An instrumental lullaby CD has been the most requested children’s album since we began the label."  I was definitely one of those parents hoping for a lyric-less Dreamland cd.
Instrumental Dreamland has some familiar tracks, like Brahms' Lullaby, Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, and What a Wonderful World, along with others from around the world.  You'll be treated to the melodies of harps, ukeleles, pianos, acoustic guitars and the kora.

It's a wonderful compilation both for children and adults.  My only "complaint" is that it's too short! You can keep up with Putumayo Kids on Twitter and Facebook.
Disclosure: I received a copy of Instrumental Dreamland for review purposes.  All opinions are my own.


JDaniel4's Mom said...

This sounds like a wonderful CD. I love music without words for the car.

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