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Joe McBride - Double Take (1998)

15-12-2013, 03:04
Jazz | Smooth Jazz | Soul | R&B | FLAC / APE

Joe McBride - Double Take (1998)

Artist: Joe McBride
Title Of Album: Double Take
Year Of Release: 1998
Label: Heads Up
Genre: Smooth Jazz / Soul
Format: FLAC (tracks) / MP3
Bitrate: Lossless / CBR 320 kBit/s
Total Time: 45:53 min
Total Size: 300 MB / 109 MB


01. Lower Greenville
02. Midnight In Madrid
03. In The Moonlight
04. Just For The Koz
05. A Taste Of Jazz
06. Baby Come Back
07. Hold On To The One You Love
08. Chicken Joe
09. Here For You
10. One Sunday Afternoon


Joe McBride (vocals, piano, keyboards, programming);
Phil Perry (vocals);
Tim Kobza, Tony Maiden (guitar);
Peter White (acoustic guitar);
Martin Walters, Chuck Smith (bass);
Wayne DeLano (saxophone, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone);
Dave Koz (soprano saxophone);
Richard Elliot (tenor saxophone);
Scott Englebright (trumpet);
Rick Braun (flugelhorn);
Greg Waits (trombone).

There's no shortage of smooth jazz royalty guesting on Joe McBride's brisk and bouncy Double Take, but for once it might be nice to hear some of those first-rate melodies and nimble improvisational jaunts over rhythm pockets created by a real drum kit. Beyond the over-reliance on electronica, however, this is the kind of disc proving that genre artists can create picture-perfect pop as well as hearty, straight-ahead jazz licks. Not that he can't achieve melodic perfection on his own, but the presence of Peter White, Rick Braun, Dave Koz, Richard Elliot, and Phil Perry give extra push to the tunes as McBride engages in playful harmonic duels and spirited call and response patterns with them. Throughout "Midnight in Madrid," McBride plays a few notes on the ivories before Braun echoes him with a distant flugelhorn, all over White's graceful acoustic commentary. "Just for the Koz" runs like a sly dance number between the saxman's gentle soprano and McBride's own elegant funk, which echo each other before joining for a rousing chorus. A little more muscle comes in the form of Richard Elliot's tenor (which McBride equals on "A Taste of Jazz" with more low-register keyboard runs) and the gospel vocals of Phil Perry. As several cuts show, McBride is a fine crooner; on "Hold on to the One You love," Perry's sheer power challenges the pianist to reach even higher. -- Jonathan Widran ~



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nrwsps   User offline   15 December 2013 12:19


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honey   User offline   15 December 2013 16:46

thnx a lot, goot music, nice to share, merry 2013 christmas and a very happy 2014..

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Dadirtydj   User offline   8 April 2014 18:52

thank you

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