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With Out Here, premier bassist Christian McBride s fifth recording on Mack Avenue Records, McBride introduces his latest working group: a trio, fully embracing at age 41 his role as standard-bearer and mentor. Pianist Christian Sands and drummer Ulysses Owens, Jr. both younger, emerging artists have been performing with McBride s smallest group for about three years, honing their trio conception to a fine point of expressive depth and nuance with select performances around the world.
Out Here is McBride s 11th recording as a leader. Since the early 1990s he has recorded on over 300 dates as a sideman. Aside from relatively recent travels with Pat Metheny; Chick Corea, Roy Haynes,
John McLaughlin and Kenny Garrett; the Monterey Jazz Festival on Tour 55th Anniversary; and residencies and artistic leadership roles with organizations ranging from New York s 92nd St. Y and
Jazz House Kids to NJPAC, McBride has toured consistently for several years with his own quintet, Inside Straight. He also fronts the Christian McBride Big Band, whose Mack Avenue recording, The Good Feeling, won the GRAMMY® Award for Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album in 2012 his third GRAMMY win overall.
With Sands and Owens, McBride exhales with relief since they play the full spectrum of the music at will. Out Here opens with Ham Hocks and Cabbage, a flowing, feel-good, down-home blues with intro by Sands and melody by McBride. Oscar Peterson s Hallelujah Time is a praise song to the divine taken up-tempo, with rejoicing solo turns by McBride on bow; and Sands, who trades eights with Owens before the trio closes with panache. An even faster tempo emboldens their reenactment of the Ahmad Jamal trio arrangement of Cherokee, alternating a waltz tempo with jet-speed precision rarely attempted since the glory days of bebop. Owens especially shines here, demonstrating a range of brush and stick work worthy of envy.
McBride s talent and mark on the music scene transcend genre, so he s no longer under Ray Brown s shadow. And on this recording, his trio hits a jazz sweet spot. For listeners of Out Here, the result is music for the soul.
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  • Audio CD (August 6, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: August 6, 2013
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mack Avenue
  • ASIN: B00CP69G1Q
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
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By Saxman on August 23, 2013
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Great trio album, with really nice interplay between musicians. McBride's trio is extremely "tight" in that they change feels on a dime (listen to Cherokee). With this record McBride isn't really trying to change the world, but it's coming straight out of the jazz tradition and making a firm statement. His solos are at times jaw-dropping! His bass serves as not only the anchor this trio, but also a solo voice. It's as if he's taken his Ray Brown influence and added in some Scott LaFaro and NHOP speed.
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McBride beat again. After "People Music" McBride come again to trio format. Classical trio, old fashioned feelings and a great album. You can hear the sound of Ahmad Jamal or Oscar Peterson, great beep bop , good music and good feelings. Nothing is new but everything is fresh and live. Christian Sand on piano make a great exercises of tempo and Ulysses Owens on drums is perfect. You can find all kind of staff, classical , McBride composition , standard... but always with a incredible sense of taste. Probably the best is the version of "Cherokee, perfect. Is a very classic trio, but is very nice to hear this kind of music today. Probably if you buy the CD you will hear it many times and always you will feel the spirit of other times, but with sound made today
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The year 2013 had become another highly successful and very important year
for Christian McBride, as the celebrated bassist- jazz celebrity have delivered two
outstanding jazz albums which explored fresh new music landscapes as he again
demonstrated his multi-faceted creativity to quite an astonishing effect. Alongside
the highly praised disc People Music, he would give us Out Here—a mesmerizing
and richly-textured trio disc where he is joined by two rising young jazz musicians
—aspiring pianist Christian Sands and drummer Ulysses Owens, Jr—in which the
three jazz players sported a memorable CD cover ‘featuring them in the middle of
nowhere figuring out a way on what they can put in their music’. Beginning on the
sly funky easy-going McBride-penned composition Ham Hocks And Cabbage, the
track set then conclude swiftly on high octane versions of classic standards, like a
roaring take of Oscar Peterson’s Hallelujah Time, their wild fast trio version of Ray
Nobile’s Cherokee, I Guess I’ll Have To Forget—truly another original classic from
McBride, I Have Dreamed (another great composition from McBride himself), East
Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon) and a rousing finale take on Johnny Taylor’s
Who’s Making Love, which gives it the stunning spellbinding conclusion it deserve.
Out Here is a truly fascinating work of genius that is played with compelling artistry
and flawless interplay, in which McBride and the two younger cohorts serve up the
striking and fun array of great trio music which truly rock with sheer endeavor, one
that will be another timeless testament in McBride’s rich diverse legacy.
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Amazing!
For the first in the past year or so I heard real mainstream jazz, and not from the great masters of the past, but rather from a contemporary trio. All three musicians are brilliant, solidly led by McBride. The disc includes nine well developed and thought through compositions, some of them are of eight or so minutes long. Their sound is profound for the bass, crisp for the drums and melancholic for the piano, as it should be. Finally, the cover of the CD looks really classy. In this kind of things, everything is equally important.
Congratulations to the whole production team!
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Once again Christian is formula car burning up each track with his relentless effort and talent! I'm partial to Christian saw him way back at joe Segals in Chicago from that moment on became a Loyal fan never regreted. He continues to display all his talents along with his side men. He plays with in and everyone he's especially Amazing with his own me. This one as the last three previous are must you will not be disappointed.
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Listening to this music is like engaging in an enlivened conversation. The tones ranges from respectful salutes to jazz classic giants to be-bopping and having unbound friendly get-togethers. One can feel the harmonious synchronicity of these three musical magicians in each selection. The energy that I sense when I listen is close to that I receive @ live concerts. I like this CD & have since purchased other Christian McBride selections.
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This is the first Christian Mcbride CD I have purchased and it is a winner! This is a dynamite trio with each performer
contributing to the exciting repertoire in his own special way. I recommend this CD highly.
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Christian McBride is the best living jazz bassist. That's going out on a limb with the likes of John Clayton still performing, but I'll stand by it.
Check out his pianist, Christian Sands, too. He's another monster.
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