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Christian McBride Big Band - Bringin' ItChristian McBride Big Band - Bringin' It (2017)

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Christian McBride Big Band - Bringin' ItChristian McBride Big Band - Bringin' It (2017)
Artist: Christian McBride Big Band
Title Of Album: Bringin' It
Year Of Release: 2017
Label: Mack Avenue
Country: US
Genre: Jazz
Quality: FLAC (*tracks + .cue, log)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 01:09:00
Full Size: 431 MB







Tracklist:

01. Gettin’ to it (6:37)
02. Thermo (5:59)
03. Youthful Bliss (7:00)
04. I Thought About You (6:10)
05. Sahara (10:10)
06. Upside Down (4:44)
07. Full House (6:26)
08. Mr. Bojangles (6:16)
09. Used ‘ta Could (4:37)
10. In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning (3:55)
11. Optimism (7:06)


Bringin' It won 2018 Grammy Award for Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album.

Christian McBride's second big-band album, 2017's Bringin' It, is a robust, swaggeringly performed set of originals and standards showcasing his deft arranging skills and his ensemble's exuberant virtuosity. The album comes six years after his previous big-band outing, The Good Feeling, and once again finds the bassist conscripting a slew of his talented cohorts (some new, others returning), including saxophonists Steve Wilson and Ron Blake, trumpeters Freddie Hendrix and Brandon Lee, trombonist Steve Davis, pianist Xavier Davis, drummer Quincy Phillips, and others. Together, they make a swinging, dynamic sound that brings to mind the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra of the 1960s and bassist Charles Mingus' various big-band recordings. It should be noted that both of those ensembles continue to live on as the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra and Mingus Big Band, and McBride's group matches their high artistic legacies. This is partly due to his own virtuosic skill and anchoring presence throughout all of Bringin' It, and is true whether he is laying down a thick, groove-based funk pattern, as on the opening "Gettin' to It," or providing the steady footing for saxophonist Wilson's guttural, bluesy introduction on "Used 'Ta Could." That said, while he certainly takes his share of solos on Bringin' It, McBride's focus as an arranger is clearly trained on providing his bandmates with a solid framework for their own improvisational talents. Fat-toned trumpeter Freddie Hendrix is particularly showcased, launching skyward out of blast of brassy fire on "Gettin' to It" and skillfully surfing the band's angular harmonic waves on Freddie Hubbard's "Thermo." Similarly, pianist Davis emerges from the band's theatrical skronks and ersatz animal noises on McCoy Tyner's "Sahara" with a titanic roil of thickly chorded notes like a ship on a boiling sea. Elsewhere, McBride reveals his more urbane inclinations, showcasing vocalist Melissa Walker on the sparkling bossa nova number "Upside Down" and his sprightly take on Jerry Jeff Walker's "Mr. Bojangles," while "I Thought About You" and "In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning" are both sweeping, gorgeously arranged ballads. With Bringin' It, McBride has ultimately crafted a big-band album that retains all of his own formidable, exuberant characteristics. ~ Matt Collar

Christian McBride Big Band - Bringin' ItChristian McBride Big Band - Bringin' It (2017)



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