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katya-oddio on 12/19/2010 at 01:30PM

Lullaby and Good Night

Cover photo by Valentina Powers

Written, performed and produced by Lee Rosevere, THE AMBIENT BABY is designed to capture the interest of the child, and then slowly soothe it to sleep. This album has been tested with babies and adults with positive, sleepy results.

THE AMBIENT BABY is all original material designed specifically for infants from birth to about two years of age. Little ones are engaged early on by rhythmic sounds at the start. The sounds then weave into a gentle and soothing environment to help babies fall asleep.

Consistent sounds work as white noise to mask household noises such as creaking floors, appliances, outside noise, and traffic. Ambient environments, like the selections created here by Lee Rosevere, often help light sleepers and infants sleep drift off into sleep.

THE AMBIENT BABY was released on Kazoomzoom, the netlabel for children. Sweet dreams.

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katya-oddio on 05/27/2010 at 05:45PM

Rosevere Instrumentals

detail from cover of BACKTIME

Canadian artist Lee Rosevere has been riding on the crest of the free digital music wave for about as long as the web has been able to provide music files. Rosevere is a veteran artist on many netlabels and even operates his own quality and low key free netlabel, Happy Puppy Records.

Lee works in radio, and much of his instrumental album BACKTIME was originally composed for use as radio themes, underscores, or for "backtime." The latter is a term used by in the radio industry for background music programmed to finish at a set time. The tracks are made up of beats, samples, and electronic and live instrumentation.

The entire album is available at the FMA for free download. Enjoy it as a body of work or use it in your own projects.

 

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katya-oddio on 05/20/2010 at 12:00PM

Quirky Genius of Logan Whitehurst

detail from the album cover

Logan Whitehurst began uploading his original songs to mp3.com back in 1997 and gained a strong online following for his music. His quirky songs were regularly played on Dr. Demento and often compared to the likes of They Might Be Giants. Whitehurst was a multi-instrumentalist and an accomplished graphic artist. Tragically, Logan passed away from a brain tumor at the age of 29.

Lee Rosevere of Happy Puppy Records worked with the Whitehurst family to provide the world a posthumous anthology of Logan's work. The 10 song collection, AN INTRODUCTION TO LOGAN WHITEHURST AND THE JR. SCIENCE CLUB, is now available on the Free Music Archive.

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