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Unexpected Dreams

Unexpected Dreams –
Songs From the Stars
Compilation album by Various
Released April 4, 2006
Genre Lullaby
Length 46:55
Label Rhino
Producer Wayne Baruch, Charles F. Gayton, and Eric Vetro

Unexpected Dreams – Songs From the Stars is a 2006 compilation album featuring various actors singing lullabies and other songs.

Album information

The album features various lullabies and songs about dreams sung by celebrities not usually known for their singing talent. The album title serves two purposes, meaning the songs are about dreams, and it is also the celebrities "unexpected dream" to be a recording artist. The music is performed by members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic.

Track listing

  1. "Summertime" – Scarlett Johansson
  2. "The Sweetest Gift" – Ewan McGregor
  3. "In My Daughter's Eyes" – Taraji P. Henson
  4. "My Heart Is So Full of You" – Jennifer Garner
  5. "Make You Feel My Love" – Jeremy Irons
  6. "Lullabye (Goodnight, My Angel)" – John Stamos
  7. "Little Child" – Lucy Lawless
  8. "The Wish Song" – Marissa Jaret Winokur
  9. "The Greatest Discovery" – Eric McCormack
  10. "No One Is Alone" – Victor Garber
  11. "Nightshift" – Julia Louis-Dreyfus
  12. "Golden Slumbers" – Nia Vardalos
  13. "Lullabye in Ragtime" – John C. Reilly
  14. "Good Night" – Teri Hatcher
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