I received this CD in exchange for my honest review.
After enjoying Jazzy Ash’s “Bon Voyage” CD released in 2015, we were looking forward to her new album debuting this summer. “Swing Set” is her fourth family album and the perfect addition to your summer playlist.
The concept behind this album is very interesting. Each song is an African American song or rhyme that is over 90 years old. Jazzy Ash researched songs and makes her own unique rendition to create an album full of creative songs.
There is a nice variety on this CD, from relaxing lullabies to upbeat, catchy tunes and chanted rhymes. In addition to Jazzy’s vocals and other performers, there are a variety of band instruments and children’s voices that gives the CD plenty of character.
While we recognized a few songs, like “Miss Mary Mack” and “When the Saints Go Marching In”, most of the songs are ones that are not familiar to us. I like how Jazzy Ash remade the songs in her own style.
Check out this “Hambone” video:
- Li’l Liza Jane
- Coming Around the Mountain
- Head and Shoulders, Baby
When the Saints Go Marching In
- Sister Kate
- Little Sally Walker
- Eh La Bas
Everybody Loves My Baby
- Ballin’ the Jack
- Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear
- Miss Mary Mack
All the Pretty Little Horses
- Down by the Riverside
Click here for a cute Jazzy Ash Coloring Page!