Wednesday, November 6, 2013
CD Review - Pachas Pajamas
About the CD
Pacha’s Pajamas is the first and only full-length Children’s Pop Musical. Our new soundtrack showcases 55 artist including famous performers and young talent of different generations and cultural backgrounds including Yasiin Bey, Cheech Marin, Talib Kweli, Majora Carter, Gerald C. Rivers, Ta’Kaiya Blaney and Lyrics Born.
Pacha’s Pajamas is about a little girl who becomes a Superhero for Nature through her dreams. One night as she falls asleep, the animals and plants on her magi- cal, new pajamas come alive. Disguised as a small gorilla, Pacha discovers an unlikely group of creatures feeling sad about the state of the world. Nature unites to tell its captivating story at a global festival, where Pacha plays her part to bring balance to the planet!
The story leverages pop culture, music and humor to cultivate social conscience in a playful and inspiring manner. It addresses important topics — environmental sustainability, nature connection, and childhood health and planetary balance. It supports the development of creative expression, living an imagination inspired life and dreaming BIG. This first dream adventure of Pacha calls for kids to be superheros in their community as well as to reconnect with their own nature and Nature itself of which they are a part. The soundtrack has 8 story tracks and 7 songs. Each song has a message for kids and a call to action.
My Take on the CD
This is a great CD filled with a ton of songs that will keep your toes tapping from beginning to end. With 28 songs spread across 2 CD's your kids will stay connected from beginning to end. I loved all of the nature related songs and so did my daughters. The songs are a ton of fun and not only are enjoyable to listen to, but they also are educational as well. This is a CD that you can enjoy at home or on the go and it encourages conversations with your kids as you and they learn more about the world.
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