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I Can't Sleep! Lullaby Sounds by Caji & Salomé.

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On nights like this, when the whole state seems to be on fire, my family back East thinks this would be a perfect time to tell me that Thanksgiving might be a little untraditional this year (what does that mean?) and my new business seems to be writing itself pages and pages of notes and to-do lists the second I turn around, well it's no wonder my mind can't settle into any kind of sleep-filled rest! Oh nerdy blogger that I am, I find myself awake and online and looking for good music to help me in my quest for sleep.

Lucky for me I have Blue Dot. It's better than del.icio.us and I have my buddies on there who always seem to be feeling exactly the same as me. It's like Digg for bookmark fanatics. That's how I came across this gem of an artist - Caji & Salomé - characterized on MySpace as Bossa Nova / Acoustic / Latin and from Montreal. Thank you, thank you - because I hope this is helping bring the sandman near.

And if it's not, any other suggestions?