“Ziggurat” by Bobby McFerrin

A song I first heard when I bought the album years ago, but never had the platform (or the need) to dedicate an entry to it.

I will change that.

Bobby McFerrin (and company) offer a Jazz interpretation of Mesopotamian architecture.

Via Bing ImagesI snipped this from Bing Images

Interesting that such a chill, subdued song would have a name associated with grand, imposing architecture.  However, I think judging from McFerrin’s singing, I think he wanted to musically interpret a ziggurat’s famous attribute: the staircase.

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