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Christian McBride|Out Here

Out Here

Christian McBride Trio

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Christian McBride's second studio album in 2013, Out Here, finds the adept bassist leading his trio through a jaunty, exuberant set of straight-ahead acoustic jazz. The album follows on the heels of his equally as appealing quintet album, People Music. However, where that album found McBride delving into the knotty post-bop sound of artists like '60s Bobby Hutcherson, Out Here is more of a classic standards album in the vein of works by Oscar Peterson and Duke Ellington. Joining McBride here is his working trio of pianist Christian Sands and drummer Ulysses Owens, Jr., who was also featured on People Music. Both Sands and Owens are superb, technically adroit musicians who complement McBride's warm, generous bass playing at every turn on Out Here. What's great about McBride leading his own trio is that because he is fundamentally such a monster of a bassist, he can and does take the lead on any given song just as well, if not better, than many of his non-rhythm section instrument-playing brethren. That said, he certainly lets his bandmates shine in the spotlight throughout much of the album. In fact, as on the trio's take on "My Favorite Things," both Sands and McBride take turns interpreting the melody. Elsewhere, they delve into bluesy, gospel-influenced numbers with "Ham Hocks and Cabbage" and "Hallelujah Time," and jump headlong into a swinging rendition of "Cherokee." There are also some gorgeous ballads featured on the album, with McBride's Latin-tinged "I Guess I'll Have to Forget" standing out among them. McBride even summons the spirit of his more funk and soul-influenced albums with the trio's giddy album-closing take on the R&B classic "Who's Making Love."
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1
Ham Hocks and Cabbage
Christian McBride Trio
00:08:24

JOE FERLA, MixingEngineer, RecordingEngineer - Christian McBride, Composer, Producer - Mark Wilder, MasteringEngineer - Christian McBride Trio, MainArtist - Tonichris Music (BMI), MusicPublisher - Sands Productions (ASCAP), MusicPublisher - Christian Sands, Composer

(C) 2013 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2013 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

2
Hallelujah Time
Christian McBride Trio
00:04:03

JOE FERLA, MixingEngineer, RecordingEngineer - Christian McBride, Producer - Mark Wilder, MasteringEngineer - Oscar Peterson, Composer - Malcolm Dodds, Composer - Christian McBride Trio, MainArtist - Woodrow Music/ H/B Webman & Co. (ASCAP), MusicPublisher - Harriette Hamilton, Composer

(C) 2013 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2013 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

3
I Guess I'll Have to Forget
Christian McBride Trio
00:08:26

JOE FERLA, MixingEngineer, RecordingEngineer - Christian McBride, Composer, Producer - Mark Wilder, MasteringEngineer - Christian McBride Trio, MainArtist - Tonichris Music (BMI), MusicPublisher

(C) 2013 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2013 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

4
Easy Walker
Christian McBride Trio
00:06:42

JOE FERLA, MixingEngineer, RecordingEngineer - Christian McBride, Producer - Mark Wilder, MasteringEngineer - Dr. Billy Taylor, Composer - Christian McBride Trio, MainArtist - 1630 Music Publishing Services Inc obo Duane Music (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

(C) 2013 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2013 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

5
My Favorite Things
Christian McBride Trio
00:09:19

Richard Rodgers, Composer - Oscar Hammerstein II , Composer - JOE FERLA, MixingEngineer, RecordingEngineer - Christian McBride, Producer - Mark Wilder, MasteringEngineer - Christian McBride Trio, MainArtist - Williamson Music Company (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

(C) 2013 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2013 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

6
East of the Sun (And West of the Moon)
Christian McBride Trio
00:07:41

JOE FERLA, MixingEngineer, RecordingEngineer - Christian McBride, Producer - Mark Wilder, MasteringEngineer - BROOKS BOWMAN, Composer - Christian McBride Trio, MainArtist - Chappell & Co (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

(C) 2013 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2013 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

7
Cherokee
Christian McBride Trio
00:05:39

Ray Noble, Composer - JOE FERLA, MixingEngineer, RecordingEngineer - Christian McBride, Producer - Mark Wilder, MasteringEngineer - Christian McBride Trio, MainArtist - Shapiro Bernstein & Co. Inc (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

(C) 2013 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2013 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

8
I Have Dreamed
Christian McBride Trio
00:08:27

Richard Rodgers, Composer - Oscar Hammerstein II , Composer - JOE FERLA, MixingEngineer, RecordingEngineer - Christian McBride, Producer - Mark Wilder, MasteringEngineer - Christian McBride Trio, MainArtist - Williamson Music Company (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

(C) 2013 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2013 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

9
Who's Making Love
Christian McBride Trio
00:06:17

Raymond Jackson, Composer - Don Davis, Composer - JOE FERLA, MixingEngineer, RecordingEngineer - Christian McBride, Producer - Mark Wilder, MasteringEngineer - Homer Banks, Composer - Bettye Crutcher, Composer - Irving Music, MusicPublisher - Christian McBride Trio, MainArtist - Inc. E.M. (BMI), MusicPublisher

(C) 2013 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC (P) 2013 Mack Avenue Records II, LLC

Album Description

Christian McBride's second studio album in 2013, Out Here, finds the adept bassist leading his trio through a jaunty, exuberant set of straight-ahead acoustic jazz. The album follows on the heels of his equally as appealing quintet album, People Music. However, where that album found McBride delving into the knotty post-bop sound of artists like '60s Bobby Hutcherson, Out Here is more of a classic standards album in the vein of works by Oscar Peterson and Duke Ellington. Joining McBride here is his working trio of pianist Christian Sands and drummer Ulysses Owens, Jr., who was also featured on People Music. Both Sands and Owens are superb, technically adroit musicians who complement McBride's warm, generous bass playing at every turn on Out Here. What's great about McBride leading his own trio is that because he is fundamentally such a monster of a bassist, he can and does take the lead on any given song just as well, if not better, than many of his non-rhythm section instrument-playing brethren. That said, he certainly lets his bandmates shine in the spotlight throughout much of the album. In fact, as on the trio's take on "My Favorite Things," both Sands and McBride take turns interpreting the melody. Elsewhere, they delve into bluesy, gospel-influenced numbers with "Ham Hocks and Cabbage" and "Hallelujah Time," and jump headlong into a swinging rendition of "Cherokee." There are also some gorgeous ballads featured on the album, with McBride's Latin-tinged "I Guess I'll Have to Forget" standing out among them. McBride even summons the spirit of his more funk and soul-influenced albums with the trio's giddy album-closing take on the R&B classic "Who's Making Love."
© Matt Collar /TiVo

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