The Cat's Pajamas second album, Goin' Bananas, was the recipient of the Children's Music Web Award, Best New Album for Children, 2002. Janet and Debbie's signature harmonies and humor but with the more sophisticated sound of The Cat's Pajamas band on electric guitar, bass and drums as well as some of Philly's best sidemen on trumpet, trombone, saxophone and keyboards. Their recording of Locomotion was selected for XM Satellite Radio and the album is played on radio shows for children from Alaska to Pennsylvania.
The Cat's Pajamas bring dynamic vocals and richly textured instrumentation to a repertoire that runs the gamut from latin and swing to folk, motown and rock 'n roll.
Includes audience favorites Alphabet Soup, Hugga Hugga, Locomotion, Waddlee-acha, and Garrison Keillor's Bananas.
Target age 5-10 or anyone with a sense of humor.
"This music is not "for kids only". Professional music for kids and adults like this is rare to find." (To the Bone, website for indie labels)
"This production sparkles with care and quality. The Cat's Pajamas have become the most polished act in the Philly family music scene." (Mike Miller, Phila. Folksong Society review)
"The Cat's Pajamas makes great music for everyone in the family - even dads. Listen to them and you'll find that common ground where all humans live and play - regardless of their age. It's a great place to be." (Bill Harley, children's musician, story-teller, NPR commentator)
"I can listen to The Cat's Pajamas' songs with the kids over and over again and they don't make me nuts! Thank you!" (a parent)