With Mother's Day just around the corner, it's now time to really start thinking about what you are going to get your beloved mum. We realise that this may have slipped your mind, but don't worry we've got your back. What do you get the mum that has everything? A driving CD of course.
You may not have paid much attention to what your mum was interested in lately, but don't worry we've got some ideal choices that will go down a storm with mothers around the country.
Songs from the Greatest Musicals – Various artists
There is something about everybody suddenly breaking into song that mums love, which makes musicals a dead cert for a Mother's Day present. This affordable CD features songs from some of the nation's most well-loved musicals such as Oliver, Les Miserables and Cats.
Vivere: One Night In Tuscany – Andre Bocelli
Andre Bocelli is a man with a voice as soft as silk and it will set your mum's heart a-flutter. This latest album from the Italian tenor features a wide variety of songs, sure to please any mum.
World's Best Mum – Various artists
If you're not sure what exact music taste your mum has, opt for this album. It features a mix of modern favourites and classics, making it a safe choice whatever age your mum is. George Michael, Beyonce and Bonnie Tyler all find their way onto this CD, giving your mum all the variety she needs.
Love … The Album – Cliff Richard
If your mum is the other side of 50, it's likely that she has a soft spot for Cliff Richard. With love being a strong focus of this album, your mum is sure to see the soft side of you and think you put a lot of thought and effort into the present choice.
Power Ballads: The Greatest Driving Anthems in the World… Ever! – Various artists
If your mum is more a rocker than a swooner, than this album is ideal. Featuring songs like Whitesnake's Is This Love and Foreigner's I Want To Know What Love Is, there are plenty of perfect driving songs on this album.
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