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Album Review

Very uneven, but at her best Siegel has some good things to show vocally.

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Amendment to my other Review

I've upped my rating to a full 5 stars; when I last rated it (Zoidberg, Jan 21, 2007), the track "Night Trane" was not included; it now appears to be. Great album, not to be missed. One of her best.

The Second Act…..

This lp stands as the first straight ahead jazz album i’ve ever purchased. Not a bad song on here, this album captures Janis at her vocal peak, “Trouble Man” is a rocking cover of the Marvin Gaye classic, “Black Coffee” is an exercise in controlling a full voice reading, “From Vienna With Love” is a searing ballad, “Rhythm In My Nursery Rhymes” is humorous and she giggles at the end. My only complaint is the cd has that typical analog transfer to digital medium as all the cd’s manufactured in the early 80’s have and the sound is small and pinched. going on thirty years old this cd should be remastered as it should be regarded a jazz classic, it’s essential for any Janis Siegel fan to own this, in this present configuration the vinyl has the best sound quality.


My all-time favorite Janis Siegel album, with her Short Stories album second (with pianist, Fred Hersch)!!! Both albums earned Grammy nominations, too!!!


Born: July 23, 1952 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Vocalist Janis Siegel had been a member of the the Manhattan Transfer since 1972, she has also built a successful solo career since 1982. Siegel's first album as a leader, Experiment in White established her solo credentials, while the follow-up, At Home, earned a Grammy nomination in 1987 for Best Female Jazz Vocal. Siegel began the first of several collaborations with pianist/composer Fred Hersch on 1989's Short Stories. The duo relied less on standards and concentrated instead on modern pop songs...
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