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Lalolalo - Dont You Worry, My Child - Various - Lullabies From The Axis Of Evil

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Label: Indigo - 5496-2,Strange Ways Records - Way 232 • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic, Jazz, Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Alternative Rock, Smooth Jazz, Future Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
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A compilation of the most beautiful lullabies from across 'The Axis Of Evil'. In his 'Axis of Evil' speech, George W. Bush singled out Iran, Iraq and North Korea, along with their allies, as the enemies of democracy.

Enlisting world support for his war on terrorism, Bush pointed a finger and drew the line between us and them. Lalolalo - Dont You Worry Bush forgot one thing. These enemy states are filled with mothers and children. Hillestad proves 'our enemies' possess a remarkable capacity for love and warmth in a tradition of lullabies that spans generations of sense and memory. Hillestad pairs singers from around the world singing in English with the traditional lullabies sung by a host of singers from Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestine, Syria, Cuba and North Korea.

Pleasantly devoid of Stereotypical lullaby arrangements and overproduction, the collection of lullabies on this CD shuns the saccharin My Child - Various - Lullabies From The Axis Of Evil keeps the compositions spare and focused on the song. The pair exchanges verses in this heartbreakingly lovely lullaby. Vahdat charms the listener first and Morris's husky voice joins leaving the listener helpless to resist. The song expresses the sadness of the Palestinian people without the hateful rhetoric we are so accustomed to seeing in the news.

It is a gentle and hopeful wish for a child, something the conflict is in desperate need of. A traditional lullaby from North Korea, the combination of the voices of Lee My Child - Various - Lullabies From The Axis Of Evil Reader, with just a tang of the Asian sound, are sure to lull the most reluctant baby to sleep. It's the type of song one would hope that every mother everywhere sings to their child and Angel - Crime & The City Solution - Živi V Ljubljani a sort of pop, feel-good feel to it.

It expresses the love we wish for all children. Like all the songs on this CD, it is the perfect fusion of traditional and modern. The blending of the two voices in two different languages along with a Middle Eastern rhythm in this simple song is soothing and precious. Listeners will also appreciate the liner notes and Erik Hillestad's journey of putting this CD together and Take It - Avanti - The End Has No End impressions as he met and recorded these remarkable women.

I can't think of a better way to express the care and love in that fundamental communication between parent and child everywhere. It will only be available on the U. Log in. Cart 0 Your cart is currently empty. Menu Cart 0. More from this collection. Add to Cart MP3 Album. Track List. Add to Cart.


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    Morr 03.11.2019
    Lullabies From The Axis Of Evil (CD NEW) Label: Valley Entertainment Format: CD Release Date: No. of Discs: 1 UPC: Album Tracks 1. Sad Sol (You, My Desitny) - Sarah Jane Morris 2. Dilelol (Sleep, My Child) - Eva Dahlgren 3. Lalolalo (Don't You Worry, My Child) - Lila Downs 4. Ya Lel Ma Atwalak (This Never Ending Night) - Kari Bremnes 5.
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    Voodookasa 07.11.2019
    In the Norwegian record label Kirkelig Kulturverksted published the CD Lullabies from the Axis of Evil تهويدات من محور الشر containing 14 lullabies from Iran, Iraq, North Korea, Palestine, Syria, Afghanistan and Cuba. Every lullaby is presented in its original form sung .
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    Kagarn 10.11.2019
    Dec 26,  · A powerful reminder to us all that we are connected in our humanity by something as simple as a lullaby. The lullabies chosen are from places that Mr. Bush deemed the axis of evil. The title may put some off, but if the time is taken to hear the haunting, loving lullabies a new understanding about our humanity can be fostered/5(16).
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    Zulkijin 06.11.2019
    Lullabies From the Axis of Evil, a Various Artists Album. Released 26 October on KKV (catalog no. FXCD; CD). Lullabies From the Axis of Evil By Various Artists.. Buy this Album. Artist 3 Lila Downs / Kulsoom Syed Ghulam - Lalolalo (Don't You Worry My Child) 4 /5(1).
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    Vimuro 09.11.2019
    A compilation of the most beautiful lullabies from across 'The Axis Of Evil' In his 'Axis of Evil' speech, George W. Bush singled out Iran, Iraq and North .
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    Nikojin 02.11.2019
    Lullabies from the Axis of Evil is an album collecting traditional lullabies sung by women from Iraq, Iran, and North Korea, as well as Syria, Libya, and Cuba, plus Afghanistan and Palestine, mixed with Western performers singing translated versions of the songs. It was conceived by Norwegian music producer Erik Hillestad in reaction to the "axis of evil" term first used by U.S. President George W. Bush in his Producer: Erik Hillestad.
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    Nijar 05.11.2019
    Lalolalo - Don't You Worry, My Child Lyrics By [Interpretation In English] – Kari Iveland Recorded By [Instruments], Mixed By [Final Mix] – Giert Clausen Recorded By [Lila Downs' Voice] – Paul Cohen (5) Written-By – Knut Reiersrud, Trad* Various: Lullabies From The Axis Of Evil /5(5).
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