Adam & Amanda

"As The Seasons Go"

Adam & Amanda new lullaby album "As The Seasons Go"

Adam Web Music

Adam & Amanda lullaby press photo 1.  "As The Seasons Go" a good lullaby.
Adam & Amanda new lullaby album "As The Seasons Go".  Good Lullaby




       The creation of this album was one of the most fulfilling works that I've done to date.  I have, for the most part, written songs alone and only through the narrow field of my personal thoughts and perspective.  It was a joy to sit down with my wife from the late evening hours to the early morning writing and crafting these songs together while our son Jude was fast asleep. We happily took on the task of putting the immeasurable love and hope we have for our little ones into 3-4 minute songs.  Our vision was to record an album for children filled with songs that would inspire and encourage them as they drifted to sleep and at the same time be pleasantly entertaining for the parents holding them.  I can certainly attest to it's drowsy potency as I fell asleep many nights while editting.  For Amanda and I, it is also a gift for our children Jude and Hazel.  They will always have this album. It is a musical time capsule where they can hear their young(ish) mom and dad singing songs of love and hope once upon a time.   We hope that you enjoy singing along with your children, grandchildren, nieces, and nephews and that you feel the warmth and love that went into the making of this album. From our family to yours we wish you peace always.

~  Adam & Amanda

Adam & Amanda lullaby press photo 2.  "As The Seasons Go" a good lullaby.

A little back story...


  It all began when Amanda and I were about to become first time parents along with many of our friends.  We gratefully received a large amount of recommendations for all things infant.  Pacifiers, diapers, diaper bins, teething toys, humidifiers, bottles, books, car seats, strollers...and on until infinity.   Music for children was also presented to us and eventually we used some when rocking Jude to sleep (shout out to Baby Einstein:). But, we thought to ourselves "wouldn't it be great if we wrote a song for Jude?"


   You should know, I have written many songs about Amanda.  Any love song you've ever heard from me is about her.  This includes all of the love songs I wrote well before we were even dating.  I would sit down with her in college as friends and say "what do you think about this song?" which was so blatantly and obviously written to and about her.  She would then share a song that she wrote and ask a similar question as we lyrically danced around the love we knew was right in front of us.  Fast forward 10 years later and we were about to experience and entirely new kind of love.  We were about to meet our son.


    We decided, for really the first time, to write a song together while we were waiting for Jude to arrive.  The song born of this anticipation was "Even When" (yep, that was a pun).  We wanted to have a song just for him that we could sing while putting him to sleep or to simply calm him down. After a few months we thought "wouldn't it be great if we wrote a whole album that our friends would enjoy listening to and enjoy singing to their kids?"  So, over the course of 3 years, we wrote 10 songs in the late evening hours while he slept.  We took all of the love we have for him and crafted songs of positivity, reassurance, and hope. We even took one of Amanda's old love songs that I mentioned and reworked it in to a lullaby.  It's actually the title track "As The Seasons Go".  With the baby monitor on, we snuck downstairs to record them in our home studio and looked forward to the day that we would be able to share them with you.  That time has arrived and we couldn't be more excited.  Please enjoy and share it with as many loved ones as possible!


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   "As the Seasons Go is a dreamy debut of tender lullabies and love songs by husband and wife musical duo Adam and Amanda Web. The album begins with a promise of caring, in the reassuring "Even When." It is followed by the acoustic guitar and ukulele strumming affirmation of parental love in "While Your Waiting," with its gentle chorus of "In loving me, you're loving you." Likewise, "I Found You" is a song about gratitude, followed, appropriately, by "Thankful." The duo's close harmonies and gentle melodies instill a soft mood of restfulness for both parents and children. "As The Seasons Go," "This Love We Have Found," and "Things Are Fine" continue the love fest, while "Change the World For You" is a parent's promise to create a safer place for their children. The album concludes with the wistful waltz "Judy," and a final lullaby in "I Love You, Good Night."

~  Lahri Bond, 2017 Parents' Choice Awards




     "As the Seasons Go" by Adam and Amanda is a peaceful lullaby of love and a perfect tool for positive mental attitude development from birth. The CD is produced with technical precision, creating a crisp and clear radio quality sound.

The album includes 10 acoustic compositions of soft uplifting and reflective songs. With rotating angelic soprano and luscious lower leads, this album sprinkles stunning harmonies to create a pleasantly smooth entertainment experience for the entire family.

     “Even When” feels like a warm embrace, softly comforting the listener through fear and sadness. “While You're Waiting” is like a happy skip through the park with the spirit of wisdom personified. “Thankful” is an acknowledgment of someone who stood by the listener through times of trouble, abundantly flowing with gratitude poured through an open heart. “Things Will Be Fine” can be used as a walking guided meditation of reassurance. “I Love You Goodnight” is a musical checklist of methods to feed the soul daily. All of the songs resonate with the infinite love of parenthood and inspired messages bursting with divine wisdom.

     This album is a collection of thoughtful and powerful songs inspired by parental love, touching the child-like heart within us all.

~  Rosemarie Ashley, Positive Music Association

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