'Rockabye Baby' Announce Lullaby Renditions of the White Stripes

artist: The White Stripes date: 04/03/2013 category: entertainment

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'Rockabye Baby' Announce Lullaby Renditions of the White Stripes
Rockabye Baby is the company responsible for turning music by the likes of Led Zeppelin, Metallica and Pink Floyd into kid-friendly lullabies. Now, the company is turning their attention to the White Stripes. "Lullaby Renditions of the White Stripes" will feature versions of such classic tracks as "Seven Nation Army," "Hotel Yorba" and "Fell in Love With A Girl." A press release for the album states that the songs "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." The track listing for the album is as follows: 01. Fell in Love With A Girl 02. Blue Orchid 03. I Just Don't Know What to Do With Myself 04. My Doorbell 05. You Don't Know What Love Is (You Just Do As You're Told) 06. The Hardest Button to Button 07. Seven Nation Army 08. Icky Thump 09. Jolene 10. Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground 11. Hotel Yorba 12. We're Going To Be Friends
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