25 Oct 2011

The Playlists

Wow, finally I think I have enough music for Berry’s birth playlist, but there are some more I want to add on the Soothing and Classic Playlist. Yes, I have three playlists:

DANCE and UPBEAT (for the previous days before first stage begins, when I need to move more and help baby come down :)


Acapella by Kelis
Hey Hey (Vocal Mix) by Dennis Ferrer

Circus by Britney Spears
Starry Eyed by Ellie Goulding
Timbuktu (Pan African Electro Dub Mix) by Dennis Ferrer & Jerome Sydenham

Yummy (feat. Pharrell) by Gwen Stefani
Na Na (The Yummy Song) by Baby Bash
African Lady by Batman featuring Ogabi
Beautiful by Akon

Box N' Locks by Mpho POP Art (Ask Before Pitching)
Celebration by Madonna
Fish Go Deep - The Cure & The Cause (Dennis Ferrer Mix) by Dennis Ferrer
Forever More by Moloko - (Dennis Ferrer Vocal Mix)
Grateful (Df's raze yo handz vox mix) by Dennis Ferrer Feat Kenny Bobien
Celebration by Madonna Feat. Akon
Mama Do (Uh Oh Uh Oh) by Pixie Lott

Oh Africa by Akon Feat. Keri Hilson
She's Like A Star by Taio Cruz
Timbuktu (Pan African Electro Dub Mix) by Dennis Ferrer & Jerome Sydenham

Holiday by Dizzee Rascal
OMG by Usher
Odo by Batman Samini
Together As One by Lucky Dube

LOVE and SPIRITUAL (hope this will help take my mind off contractions as baby moves deeper into the pelvis and down the birth canal. The will help me be mellow :)


Super woman by Alica keys
Like The Sea by Alicia Keys
Hometown Glory by Adele
Wait Til You See My Smile by Alicia Keys
(You Make Me Feel Like A) Natural Woman by

I Wanna Love You Forever by Jessica Simpson
If That's What It Takes by Celine Dion
Count On Me by Bruno Mars
Make You Happy by Celine Dion
When You Love Someone by Bryan Adams MTV
Make You Feel My Love by Adele
I Don't Know by Celine Dion
Sweetest Decline by Beth Orton

Saving Grace by The Cranberries
Magic In The Air by Badly Drawn Boy
Your Song by Elton John
Call on Me by Jah Cure
Mama Africa by Akon


You Got Me by The Roots and Erkyah Badu
One Love / People Get Ready by Bob Marley & The Wailers
Orinoco Flow by Enya
Karam by Kimi Djabaté
Kodé by Kimi Djabaté
Ná by Kimi Djabaté
Africa by Habib Koité and Bamada
Can You Feel The Love Tonight by Elton John
C'est la Vie by Henri Dikongué
Din Din Wo (Little Child) by Habib Koité and Bamada
The Shining by Badly Drawn Boy

Aicha by Khaled
You Will Never Walk Alone by Point Of Grace
Yes, I Believe by Point Of Grace

Blue Skies by Point Of Grace
Praise Forevermore by Point Of Grace

SOOTHING and CLASSIC (hopefully at this point I will be breathing baby into the world out of my womb. I want the atmosphere to be magical as much as possible :)


Only Time by Enya
Wild Child by Enya

Teardrop by Massive Attack
Bella's Lullaby by Twilight Soundtrack
Scene. Moderato by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky 11
Waltz Dance of the Swans by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
IV. Allegro moderato by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Spanish Dance by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Meditation by Massenet
Watermark by Enya

8 comments:

  1. OOooooh you've given me lots to download! Thanks!!

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  2. You have some pretty good selections on there so far.

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  3. Just curious how will you know the days leading up to the first stage? That time is unpredicitable. :)

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  4. I'm liking the playlists. Especially since quite a few in the upbeat section I listen to on my way to Bar Method on mornings.

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  5. Wow..that's an awesome playlist! I've never heard of this idea but it's totally cool and should be a fun way to deal with the birthing day!!

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  6. @ RandomBites, I know what you mean but I want to use the dance music to motivate me to walk more from week 39, I hopefully that will kickstart contraction.

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  7. I see what you mean. :) I'm sure that will help since I've heard that being lazy and lounging around makes the baby lazy and can delay the start of labor. LOL

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  8. I love that you have a birth play list! What a great idea! I just had some jazz playing in my mp3 player. This is quite a list!

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