Christian McBride - Live At Tonic album flac
|1-4||Lejos De Usted|
|1-7||Sitting On A Cloud|
|1-8||Boogie Woogie Waltz|
|2-1||See Jam, Hear Jam, Feel Jam|
|2-2||Out Jam/Give It Up Or Turint Loose|
|2-3||Lower East Side/Rock Jam|
|2-6||Out Jam/Via Mwandishi|
|2-7||Mwandishi Outcome Jam|
|2-8||The Comedown (LSD Jam)|
|3-2||Ab Minor Jam|
|3-3||D Shuffle Jam|
|3-4||D Shuffle Jam (Part 2)|
- Recorded At – Tonic
- Manufactured By – Rykodisc
- Marketed By – Rykodisc
- Licensed To – Rykodisc
- Manufactured By – Sony DADC
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ropeadope Music Entertainment LLC
- Copyright (c) – Ropeadope Music Entertainment LLC
- Acoustic Bass, Electric Bass – Christian McBride
- Art Direction, Design – Gauri Khindaria, Kiku Yamaguchi
- Drums – Terreon Gully
- Guitar – Charlie Hunter (tracks: 2-1 to 2-8), Eric Krasno (tracks: 3-1 to 3-4)
- Human Beatbox [Beat Box] – Scratch (tracks: 3-1 to 3-4)
- Keyboards – Geoffrey Keezer*
- Mastered By – Michael Fossenkemper
- Mixed By – Jeffrey Chestek*
- Photography By – Michael DiDonna
- Piano – Jason Moran (tracks: 2-1 to 2-8)
- Producer – Andy Blackman Hurwitz, Christian McBride
- Recorded By – Phillip Harvey*
- Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Flute – Ron Blake
- Trumpet – Rashawn Ross (tracks: 3-1 to 3-4)
- Turntables – Dj Logic* (tracks: 3-1 to 3-4)
- Violin – Jenny Schienman* (tracks: 2-1 to 2-8)
NotesRecorded live at Tonic, NYC.
Produced for The McBride Company, Inc.
Christian McBride uses D'Addario Strings, Epifani Speakers and AMT Microphones exclusively.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0014431606724
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): RCD16067-1 11 A0
- Mould SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI 94V3
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): RCD16067-2 11 A1
- Mould SID Code (Disc 2 ): IFPI 94V4
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 3): RCD16067-3 11 A0
- Mould SID Code (Disc 3): IFPI 94V3
- Mastering SID Code (Discs 1-3): IFPI L551
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Christian McBride - acoustic bass, electric bass Geoff Keezer - keyboards Ron Blake - tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, soprano saxophone, flute Terreon Gully - drums.
Live at Tonic (Christian McBride album). Redirected from Live at Tonic (Christian McBride)). Live at Tonic is a three-disc live album by American jazz bassist Christian McBride recorded at Tonic in New York January 10, 11, 2005. The album was released on May 2, 2006 via Ropeadope Records label. Tonic was a music venue located at 107 Norfolk Street, New York City, which opened in the Spring of 1998 and closed in April 2007.
Christian McBride (born May 31, 1972) is an American jazz bassist, composer and arranger. He has appeared on more than 300 recordings as a sideman, and is a six-time Grammy Award winner. McBride began leading his own groups in 1995 after the release of his debut album Gettin' to It (Verve). Saxophonist Tim Warfield, pianists Charles Craig and Joey Calderazzo, and drummers Carl Allen and Greg Hutchinson are among the musicians who played in McBride's early groups. From 2000 to 2008, McBride led his own ensemble, the Christian McBride Band, with saxophonist Ron Blake, pianist/keyboardist Geoffrey Keezer, and drummer Terreon Gully. The band released two albums: Vertical Vision (Warner Bros. 2003) and Live at Tonic (Ropeadope, 2006). In 1996, McBride contributed to the.
Live at Tonic is live album by jazz bassist Christian McBride recorded at Tonic in New York January 10, 11, 2005. Christian McBride Throws Down, Chris M. Slawecki, AllAboutJazz, May 23, 2006, Retrieved September 28, 2007.
Live at Tonic is a three-disc live album by American jazz bassist Christian McBride recorded at Tonic in New York January 10, 11, 2005. Tonic was a music venue located at 107 Norfolk Street, New York City, which opened in the Spring. John Fordham of The Guardian wrote "McBride's roots lie in R&B, funk and Philly soul as much as bebop. This triple live album is an impressive commitment to the primacy of groove-based music, freedom, jazz and dance. It is clear, after hearing the first couple of numbers, that McBride loves funk and stretching out.
When bassist Christian McBride first emerged on the jazz scene, he was a youthful phenomenon who seemed set to follow in the footsteps of his early inspiration, Ray Brown. However, McBride has too much talent to merely want to be a copy of the past and, although he can swing as hard as any bebop bassist, his interests go beyond straight-ahead jazz into funk, fusion, and more adventurous improvising. Live at Tonic is a three-CD set that contains highlights from his opening sets during two nights at Tonic on the first disc, and his complete second sets on discs two and three.
Recorded live at Tonic, NYC. Produced for The McBride Company, Inc. Christian McBride uses D'Addario Strings, Epifani Speakers and AMT Microphones exclusively. Código de Barras e Outros Identificadores. Mould SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI 92S4. Matrix, Runout (Disc 2): MCBRIDE-2 M63131.
Christian McBride: acoustic and electric bass; Geoffrey Keezer: keyboards; Terreon Gully: drums; Ron Blake: tenor, baritone and soprano saxophones, flute. Live at Tonic by C. Michael Bailey. Live At Tonic by David Miller.
Born in 1972, bassist Christian McBride burst on the jazz scene as one of the "young lions" of the early 1990s, bringing a youthful freshness and self-righteousness to mainstream modern jazz under the sternly approving eyes of Wynton Marsalis and his critical posse. Yet McBride's roots lie in R&B, funk and Philly soul as much as bebop. Recorded over two nights at New York's hip Tonic club, the first CD is drawn from the first sets of each night
Hailed in the 1980s as the hottest bassman of his generation, McBride was among the young lions who helped Wynton Marsalis to exhume classic acoustic jazz. Since then, he has been seduced by the volume and velocity of jazz-rock. On this three-CD set, the bassist and composer sets out his stall on the first disc, his lithe runs underpinning the lightning moves of the keyboardist Geoffrey Keezer. They open with the explosive Technicolor Nightmare and end with Boogie Woogie Waltz by Weather Report.