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'Out Here' Christian McBride Trio

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Aug 30, 2013 Updated Sep 6, 2013

Christian McBride brought his acclaimed trio to Australia in June... well here is their new album 'Out Here'.

Tracks on the album

1. 'Ham Hocks and Cabbage'
2. 'Hallelujah Time'
3. 'I Guess I'll Have To Forget'
4. 'Easy Walker'
5. 'My Favourite Things'
6. 'East of the Sun'
7. 'Cherokee'
8. 'I Have Dreamed'
9. 'Who's Making Love'

In the band

Christian McBride; bass
Christian Sands; piano
Ulysses Owens Jr; drums

CD: Out Here (Mack Avenue MAC 1069)
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Christian McBride (born May 31, 1972, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American jazz bassist. McBride is considered a virtuoso, and is one of the most recorded musicians of his generation; he has appeared on more than 300 recordings as a sideman. He is also a four-time Grammy award winner. Biography: His father, Lee Smith, and his great uncle, Howard Cooper, are well known Philadelphia...

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