|WHERE IS JULIAN? (DPB)
On a summer day, Julian sees a strange man dancing and talking at the station.
Julian becomes curious about what he's saying...This story is inspired
by the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, which happened when we were working
on our first DPB, Don't Strap Me Down. It also draws on our everyday encounters with different characters.
(9 min. 51 sec.; 231MB; Also available in Japanese. Jul. 2014)
Making Dizzy and Luigi (wmv)
| DIZZY AND LUIGI (DPB)
A story of friendship between Dizzy, a horse with a crooked smile and Luigi,
a feisty cat with a nick in his ear. The two help each other and learn
about themselves through a journey of great adventures. Whistle along the
catchy melodies of the soundtrack!. Our 6th DPB is illustrated by Naoko
Obata who was also the artist for the 2008 publication by the same title.
(9 min. 56 sec.; 330MB; Also available in Japanese. Aug. 2013)
|| THE BULLY (DPB)
This story is inspired by some bullying incidents that Jeremy and Asako
witnessed in the past. Whenever there is a group of people bullying can
happen. How do the kids solve this problem? Don't forget that you have
the courage and the sense of humor to fight it. (9 min. 50 sec. 158MB;
Also available in Japanese. Jan. 2013)
Jammy could play music before he could talk. He still preferred to play
after he had learned to talk. He could play with anyone and with almost
any sound around him until... Enjoy this story of music and peace inspired
by Jeremy's own life. (9 min. 54 sec; 372MB; Also available in Japanese.
||BIRD FEEDER (DPB)
Sadie hates people. The only thing she enjoys doing is feeding the birds.
Find out what's going on between Sadie and her neighbors. Enjoy the attractive
sets and the moving ending. (8 min. 41 sec; 276MB;: Also available in Japanese.
||NOSE COLORING GIRL (DPB) (Hananuruko)
Hana-chan is an eccentric and mischievous girl. Being unconventional does
not seem to bother her though it can be a problem for everyone else. Let's
rap with her in both English and Japanese! (8 min. 36 sec; 170MB; Also
available in Japanese. July 2011)
||DON'T STRAP ME DOWN (DPB)
Four-year-old Stevie and his puppy Freddy want freedom outside the house,
but Stevie's mother makes him sit in the stroller when they go out. One
day, he sneaks out and embarks on a little adventure in the park.
(9 min. 06 sec; 295MB; Also available in Japanese. July 2011)
||CD IMPROVISED (2004)
Jeremy Steig (flute, bass flute),
Vic Juris (acoustic guitar).
Recorded for and released at the Yokohama Jazz Promenade in 2004. This became Jeremy's last album that was recorded on tape at his home studio in New York.
||FLUTE ON THE EDGE (2005)
Jeremy Steig (flute), Vic Juris (guitars), Cameron Brown (bass), Anthony Pinciotti (drums).
The tune entitled "People Dust" is Jeremy's memory of the dust
coming through the windows and accumulating in his room after the 2001
destruction of the World Trade Center.
On this album, Jeremy is the percussionist on bottles, flutist, and audio engineer. It features "Belly Up" from his album, Temple of Birth, arranged for his flute band. Recorded at his home studio in NY.
||Dizzy and Luigi (2008)
The story of this children's picture book is based on Jeremy's personal experience. The American shorthair that Jeremy had for eleven years is the model of the feline character in this story.
Illustrated by Naoko Kawada.
Kadokawa SS Communications, 2008.
(Used copies only)