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Christian McBride - live in Melbourne

Christian McBride
Page added May 23, 2014 Updated May 30, 2014

A great set from US bassist Christian McBride, recorded at the 2013 Melbourne International Jazz Festival. Details here.

In the band

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

Tracks in this feature

1. 'Day By Day' (Cahn/ Stordah/ Weston)
2. 'Cherokee' (Ray Noble)
3. 'I Guess I'll Have To Forget' (Christian McBride)
4. 'My Favourite Things' (Rodgers/ Hammerstein)
5. 'Hallelujah Time' (Oscar Peterson)
6. 'Sequel' (Mulgrew Miller)

Recorded June 1, 2013
Melbourne Recital Centre
Melbourne International Jazz festival
Engineers: Alex Stinson, Mal Stanley
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May 29, 2014. 9:00pm - 10:30pm

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Artist Biography


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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