Janis Siegel: Small Day Tomorrow

Since the response was overwhelming when I last posted a music video, I’m posting another one. Really: what is this, an audience or an oil painting! How ’bout some comments ’round here, people?

This is from Janis Siegel‘s 1987 album “At Home.” That’s the great Lew Soloff you hear on the trumpet solo. And yes, that is Bobby McFerrin you see in this video. Ms. Siegel and Bobby McFerrin have worked together a lot over the years: she has toured as a part of his Voicestra many, many times, and of course he collaborated with the Transfer on 1985’s Grammy-winning “Another Night in Tunisia.”

Click here to watch the video.

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4 Responses to Janis Siegel: Small Day Tomorrow

  1. cancerman says:

    I’d watch the video but I don’t really like jazz that much. So I’ll just pretend I loved it đŸ™‚ .

  2. TimmyRalph says:

    My player says, “Video is only available in the U.S….”

  3. RevJATB says:

    CM, you’re just trying to get my goat, aren’t you? “Don’t really like jazz that much.” What a sad, sad existence . . .

    Tim, how unfair of whomever sets such rules! Well, you can probably get it on iTunes. It is from an album called “At Home” by Janis Siegel. She has the video posted on her web site too (which is linked in the above article).

  4. cancerman says:

    For a place that gave birth to Lena Horn and has a rich musical heritage, Macon Ga didn’t give me much of a musical background. I did hear a lot of ‘Christian’ music though.

    I like some jazz, but never have taken the time to really get into it.

    How is your goat anyway?

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