Happy New Year, friends! We hope you had a magnificent holiday season with of lots of family, food and plenty of long winter's naps! We sure did. The time has come to think back on all the wonderful events of 2009. Hard to believe but our little music-making elves created four new albums: More Lullaby Renditions of the Beatles, Lullaby Renditions of Queen, Lullaby Renditions of Aerosmith, and Lullaby Renditions of Guns N' Roses. Whew! No wonder we needed to take so many naps! You asked for more and we delivered. More Lullaby Renditions of the Beatles is a magical mystery tour deeper into the Beatles' bottomless catalog of timeless songs. The lullaby versions of Queen takes our series to a new level. No one thought we could turn the operatic anthems of rock's most ambitious band into soothing sounds for baby. But the critics all agreed, we did it! We've said it before and we'll say it again: we will rock you to sleep. Aerosmith brought us an amazing honor: Steven Tyler--the demon of screamin' himself--was so impressed with our lullaby versions of his band's classic bluesy tunes, he wrote the liner notes for the album. We're still beside ourselves over that one. It makes us sleepy just thinking about it! Guns N' Roses just came out last month and it's already shaking things up (but most importantly, rocking the cradle). Welcome to the jungle, baby! Lest we forget, 2009 also brought us the birth of our blog (thank you, thank you) and our digital download edition, which lets you give a beautifully packaged download card and lets the recipient choose their favorite digital album from the entire series. And last, but not least, we launched our very first line of onesies! Yes, we think we deserve another new year's nap. We can't wait to see what 2010 will bring. Thanks so much for being part of our family and for sharing your wonderful stories with us. We hope you have a sleep-filled new year! Dream on, and on, and on, and on... Sincerely, Your friends at Rockabye Baby
Happy New Year from Rockabye Baby!
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Although not their strongest album; Magical Mystery Tour still has plenty of merit and is bursting with color. Surprisingly this was John Lennon’s favorite Beatles album. See more about this at Beatles Fans Unite.