Sleep Sound in Jesus: Gentle Lullabies for Baby

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All Music Guide - Melinda Hill
Sleep Sound in Jesus is exactly what it sounds like -- a gentle, soothing album of Christian lullabies. Michael Card wrote all the songs and performs the vocals with Betsy Hernandez. Ordinarily, having all the songs on an album blend together is a weakness, but for this album, it's a strength. The songs work together to create an atmosphere of calm in the often stormy lives of families with infants. Card uses a light touch, keeping the instruments acoustic and the vocals soft. The album's message of love and belonging is simple and sweet, without the saccharineness of many child-oriented albums. It would be a welcome addition to any ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Melinda Hill
Sleep Sound in Jesus is exactly what it sounds like -- a gentle, soothing album of Christian lullabies. Michael Card wrote all the songs and performs the vocals with Betsy Hernandez. Ordinarily, having all the songs on an album blend together is a weakness, but for this album, it's a strength. The songs work together to create an atmosphere of calm in the often stormy lives of families with infants. Card uses a light touch, keeping the instruments acoustic and the vocals soft. The album's message of love and belonging is simple and sweet, without the saccharineness of many child-oriented albums. It would be a welcome addition to any family's music collection.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/11/2003
  • Label: Sparrow
  • UPC: 017627117929
  • Catalog Number: 71179
  • Sales rank: 64,797

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Michael Card Primary Artist, Dulcimer, Banjo, Guitar, Piano, Violin, Vocals
Buddy Greene Harmonica
Cindy Reynolds Wyatt Harp
John Catchings Cello
Mark Douthit Soprano Saxophone
Carl Gorodetzky Strings
Farrell Morris Percussion
The Nashville String Machine Strings
Phil Naish Keyboards
Craig Nelson Bass
Mark O'Connor Mandolin, Violin, Mandola
Alisa Jones Wall Hammered Dulcimer
Betsy Hernandez Vocals
Technical Credits
Michael Card Arranger, Producer, Liner Notes
Ronnie Brookshire Engineer
Phil Naish Arranger, Producer
Denny Purcell Mastering
Don Wyrtzen String Arrangements, String Conductor
Barbara Hearn Art Direction
Catherine Reishus McLaughlin Illustrations
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Will Put You to Sleep

    I remember, some 15 years ago, my mom would play this in my room on her cassette player. My three brothers and I shared the same room together and everytime it was time for bed we would ask for "Sleep Sound in Jesus" to be played. Indeed it is a track of lullabys, which can be a problem because usually by sound #3 you are out and the rest of the songs don't receive a fair listening to. When I was a youngster, I'd be in deep sleep, resting assured that Jesus Christ was there--always, and keeping the usual beasts of my child's imagination away as I lay in the dark under the warmth of my blankets. A great track, but now that I am older, I would just listen to it to replenish the memories of being a babe or to listen to something more relaxing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    wonderful

    Someone gave this to me when I had my first baby 13 years ago, and we still love it today! The songs are sweet, and they're perfect to sing baby to sleep.

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