Lisa Loeb Feel What U Feel

This CD was provided in exchange for an honest review.

Lisa Loeb is back with her third children’s CD, “Feel What You Feel”.  My kids still like to take out their “Songs for Movin’ and Shakin” CD and book set and crank up the music, and “Nursery Rhyme Parade” is being enjoyed by our friend’s preschool age kids, so I was looking forward to playing the new “Feel What U Feel”.

“Feel What U Feel” is a fun children’s album that the whole family can listen to.  You will recognize Lisa Loeb’s distinctive vocals on the album right away.  The album has a lightness to it, and is enjoyable and upbeat.  You won’t find the annoying kid’s music you might find on other albums – no screeching, crazy sound effects, or other things that can tend to grate on your nerves especially after several listens… just friendly songs that put me in a good mood.

Some of the songs are really catchy, like “Say Hello”, which tends to get stuck in my head.  Lisa Loeb has such an inviting voice, and I think it is easy for kids to connect with her vocals in the album.

There are lots of different styles on the album, including different voices from guest artists.  Not only does Loeb mix it up with a variety of musical styles, the last song is a lullaby, which is a great way to wind down the album.

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This album draws from a variety of inspirations, including Lisa Loeb’s childhood memories as well as her experiences as a parent.  I enjoy listening to this album alongside my kids, which is always a treat when we can listen to kid’s music together.

  1. Moon Star Pie (It’s Gonna Be Alright)
  2. Say Hello
  3. Feel What U Feel (featuring Craig Robinson)
  4. I Was Here
  5. You Can Count On Me
  6. The Sky Is Always Blue
  7. Wiggle
  8. It’s All Right To Cry (featuring Craig Robinson)
  9. Let’s Keep The Band Together
  10. You Have It In You
  11. Wanna Do Day (featuring Ed Helms on Bluegrass Banjo)
  12. You Can Count On Me (Lullaby)


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This CD was provided in exchange for an honest review.