Many of us are called to lifelong service as performers and songwriters, painstakingly giving to the world what our muse forces us to create. Often we simply do this, not knowing whether our purpose is to entertain drunk patrons in bars or to amuse royalty in palaces. Thankfully for one of us, Paige Stroman, a precious and worthy purpose has been revealed. Stroman was inspired to create music, originally written from her mother’s perspective, that would benefit mothers and their babies. Upon being faced with motherhood herself, she headed for the studio. In 2001, Stroman garnered the support of retired rock producer Jack Richardson (Bob Seger, Guess Who, Alice Cooper) and the resulting release was “MOTHER AND CHILD,” a collection of ‘lullabies to celebrate’ the tender times shared between mothers and their young children. The songs are perfectly orchestrated and performed with environmental sounds in the background. The music is so soothing that I felt myself drifting into a calmer place and almost fell asleep twice just listening to the CD. Ah, that felt good. Stroman’s voice is peaceful and calming, making this the perfect disc to play at days end to help with a child’s winding down process. It’s so powerful at creating a pleasant atmosphere that noted psychologist Donald R. Harris recommends the album to his patients. Hey Mom, you need this disc! Get it today!
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