Lady Lullaby Sings Welcome Home to Love and Dance Like The Wind

Lady Lullaby Jane Pitt Sings Welcome Home to Love and Dance Like The Wind
Recorded and produced in Nashville with award-winning Mac Gayden and musicians, Midnight Lullaby is a great CD, for babies, and adults. Lullabies by well-known artists Sade, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Wilco, Tom Waits, Donovan, Dixie Chicks, Hugh Prestwood, and Josh Ritter, are sung by Lady Lullaby, Jane Roman Pitt. Two of her own songs are on this album. Welcome Home to Love is a definite hit! Another beautiful song written and performed by Jane and the band that didn’t make it onto the CD is Dance Like The Wind. You used to be able to listen to it at the bottom of Jane’s blog post for April called The Rhythm of Life, but it’s now on her YouTube Channel. Here are other links to her website and blog listing the songs, artists, and musicians; and sites to sample and purchase MP3 or the CD: http://ladylullaby.comLady Lullaby | Welcome Home to Love | http://www.cdbaby.com. Enjoy!

See a beautiful new video of Jane’s song, Iowa Gold, produced by Ken West with his photographs of Iowa landscapes: Fairfield Artists and Musicians Share in Iowa Gold.

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One Response to “Lady Lullaby Sings Welcome Home to Love and Dance Like The Wind”

  1. Fairfield Artists and Musicians Share in Iowa Gold | The Uncarved Blog Says:

    […] Here are previous posts on Ken and Jane: Ken West and his unique landscape photographs are featured on IPTV show Iowa Outdoors and Lady Lullaby Sings Welcome Home to Love and Dance Like The Wind. […]

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