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Christian McBride - Vertical Vision (2003) 320 kbps

20-02-2014, 02:56
Music | Jazz

Christian McBride - Vertical Vision (2003) 320 kbps

Artist: Christian McBride
Title Of Album: Vertical Vision
Year Of Release: 2003
Label: Warner Bros
Genre: Jazz
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 48:52
Total Size: 115 MB(+3%)


01 - Circa 1990
02 - Technicolor Nightmare
03 - Tahitian Pearl
04 - The Wizard Of Montara
05 - The Ballad Of Little Girl Dancer
06 - Lejos De Usted
07 - Precious One
08 - Song For Maya
09 - Boogie Woogie Waltz

Christian McBride - acoustic bass, electric bass
Daniel Sadownick - percussion
Ron Blake - flute, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone
Terreon Gully - drums
David Gilmore - acoustic guitar, electric guitar
Geoff Keezer - piano, keyboards

The celebrated jazz educator, master bassist, composer, and arranger, Christian McBride provides a new recording, told in a language of blazing originality. Vertical Vision is a multi-layered musical story that features beautiful solos, great grooves, funky riffs, and virtuosic performances by each bandmember. The recording also reveals McBride's passion for strong writing, brilliant accompaniment, and eclectic melodic voicings that stay with listeners long after the record ends. On this, his debut for Warner Brothers Jazz, McBride creates a dazzling weave of passionate rhythms, musical forms, and bass voicings with his longtime bandmate Ron Blake on saxophones and flute. Geoff Keezer on piano and keyboards, Terreon Gully on drums, David Gilmore on both acoustic and electric guitars, and Danny Sadownick on percussion add their flavorful interpretations, which elevate their performances to another level at each subsequent listen. The songs were inspired by and reflect a variety of subjects including the beautiful original "Song for Maya," which is played superbly by the ensemble and features the splendid flute work of Ron Blake. It is the most beautiful of all and the one that makes its way, like the family it has come to represent, into your heart. "Lejos de Usted" -- which is filled with beautiful horn voices and the vertical visions of McBride on acoustic bass -- is overflowing with Latin nuance and it is there, melding the borders between jazz and Latin rhythms. Top picks: "Technicolor Nightmare,""Tahitian Pearl," "Song for Maya," and "Boogie Woogie Waltz." Overall, Vertical Vision is a masterpiece that is beautiful, spirited, brimming with energy, and meets the same high standards set and achieved on Sci-Fi. ~ Paula Edelstein

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