Tanja Siebert | Small day tomorrow - A tribute to David Frishberg and Bob Dorough

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Small day tomorrow - A tribute to David Frishberg and Bob Dorough

by Tanja Siebert

Ingenious, ironic and witty music by jazz greats Bob Dorough and Dave Frishberg. Without a doubt nobody sings these songs more charmingly, humourously and pleasurably than Tanja Siebert with her refreshing quartet.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Better than anything
4:14 $0.99
2. My attorney Bernie
4:51 $0.99
3. Baby you should know it
4:24 $0.99
4. Small day tomorrow
5:48 $0.99
5. I´ve got just about everything
3:46 $0.99
6. Peel me a grape
4:26 $0.99
7. Blizzard of lies
4:39 $0.99
8. But for now
4:24 $0.99
9. The message
4:10 $0.99
10. I´m hip
3:56 $0.99
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You don´t know Tanja Siebert?
Well, maybe that is because you live on the other end of the earth...Tanja is a singer from Berlin, who just recently released her first record. It is a tribute to two of the great song writers in jazz Bob Dorough and David Frishberg.

You don´t know Bob Dorough or David Frishberg?
Bob Dorough after an almost 50-year career as a pianist, singer and composer was inducted into the jazz hall of fame in his homestate Arkansas. American audiences do not only know him as a unique jazz musician but also as the musical head of the Schoolhouse Rock series.

David Frishberg (singer, pianist and composer as well) has also played with the jazz greats (e.g. Zoot Sims, Gene Krupa) since the sixties. The London Daily Telegraph has called him the "Woody Allen of Song". It´s a special treat to see Bob Dorough and David Frishberg perform together, yet impossible to decide who is more ingenious, ironic and witty.

Without a doubt, nobody sings these songs more charmingly, humorous and pleasurably than Tanja Siebert with her refreshing quartet.



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Ed Goodstein

Great Idea, Great Album
This album is indeed 'charming' in the best sense IMO. Very glad to see an album dedicated to the great songs of DF/BD!!! Siebert swings great, & while there is some 'accent' on the words, I really like the way she plays with the voice & range. Also the band cooks behind her, while also very capable of touching sensitivity (as on "Small Day Tomorrow"). I like Carol Fredette's album of DF/BD too very much: but this one is different
and equal I think. Siebert a vocalist to watch!

Miriam Kaul

Great song selection sung in a lyrical heartfelt manner.
A selection of not so often heard standards. The lyrics are ironic, humourous, and ingenuous, sung in a heartfelt manner with a swinging rhythm section.