JJ Heller "I Dream Of You" by Brianne Bellomy (cmaddict.com) on 2014-05-02 13:48:38
JJ Heller is a name so many of us are familiar with. Her beautiful voice and lyrics offer a great experience and a way to connect with God. Her new album, “I Dream of You” is a new project aimed towards bringing parents and their children together.
I Dream of You was written specifically as a series of lullabies. In each of her prior albums the tracks included songs written for her children, some even before they were born. Many of her fans requested a collection of lullabies and JJ went to work on this beautiful project.
The album contains 6 new songs, 5 remastered favorites and 1 cover song. Each song is a soothing, peaceful melody that is, as JJ stated, “to not just calm the hearts of children, but the child inside every adult as well.” This album is great for the kids who need just that little bit extra to help them fall asleep or for the adult after a long day who just needs to unwind.
Along with releasing this album, a companion story written by JJ and her husband David has also been released. The Golden Feather, was inspired by their two daughters and their personal ideas. As an additional touch to the beautiful illustrations, there are bunnies hidden in each illustration for the children to search for.
Rating: 4 out of 5
Label: Stone Table
Release Date: April 29, 2014
Buy it: Amazon - iTunes
I Dream Of You (4:18)
Big World Baby (2:55)
I’m With You (2:28)
I Know You Will (4:12)
The Sun Will Rise (3:55)
Keep You Safe (3:46)
I Get To Be The One 3:15)
Take It With Me (3:41)
Sailing The Sugar Sea (3:40)
Boat Song (4:30)
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