The White Stripes To Rockabye Children To Sleep -
Jack White, Photo Ros O'Gorman

Jack White, Photo Ros O'Gorman

The White Stripes To Rockabye Children To Sleep

by on April 4, 2013

in News

Rockabye Baby! Lullaby Renditions of The White Stripes will be the second UK release from this premium brand that is quite possibly the hottest children’s lullaby series in the United States.

Jack White, Photo Ros O'Gorman

Jack White, Photo Ros O'Gorman

Rockabye Baby transforms rock favourites into beautiful instrumental lullabies. Guitars and drums are traded for xylophones and bells, and the volume is turned down from an eleven to a two. In short, Rockabye Baby makes rock music baby-friendly and kids music adult-friendly. These charming recordings are sophisticated enough for everyone to enjoy, yet gentle enough for you to share with your little ones. The US catalogue currently has over 50 albums in their collection from The Beatles, U2, Bob Marley, Queen, Coldplay, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Madonna and The Police to name a few.

Following the successful release of Lullaby Renditions of Blur, we are very excited to be releasing the six-time Grammy Award-winning Detroit duo’s hits, such as ‘Seven Nation Army’ and ‘Icky Thump,’ that still have energy like the originals; they just do it a little quieter. Jack White’s guitar and vocals, and Meg White’s drums, lose nothing in their translation to the gentle tones of woodblocks and bells.
Rockabye Baby is extremely well-known in the states and receives fantastic support including recommendations from celebrity parents Elton John, David Furnish and The Beckhams who have recently talked on TV and over social networks about how much they love the series.

Victoria tweeted saying, ‘David has been downloading music for our baby! Rockabye Baby lullaby renditions, so cool! Love the Beatles album!!! X VB.’

In Us Weekly, Elton topped his little one’s list of albums with Lullaby Renditions of The Beatles. Then in an appearance on ‘Canada AM,’ the nation’s most-watched morning news program, Elton and David touted Rockabye Baby again and revealed that Zachary is also listening to the Green Day and Rolling Stones lullabies.

Fell In Love With A Girl
Blue Orchid
I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself
My Doorbell
You Don’t Know What Love Is (You Just Do As You’re Told)
The Hardest Button to Button
Seven Nation Army
Icky Thump
Dead Leaves And The Dirty Ground
Hotel Yorba
We’re Going To Be Friends

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