Andy Narell & Relator - University Of Calypso (Music CD)

Release Date: 27 July 2009
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It isn't hard to figure out why pianist/keyboardist/vocalist Joe McBride decided to call this 2009 release LOOKIN' FOR A CHANGE. On most of his albums, McBride has functioned as a soul-jazz/smooth jazz instrumentalist who occasionally sings. But there are no instrumentals on LOOKIN' FOR A CHANGE; McBride sings on all of the tracks, favoring a gritty yet sophisticated vocal style that is greatly influenced by George Benson but also contains hints of Al Jarreau. If McBride wanted a change, he got one--and the interesting thing is that while LOOKIN' FOR A CHANGE is less produced and more acoustic-oriented than McBride's albums typically are, it is also his most R&B-oriented effort. LOOKIN' FOR A CHANGE isn't jazz with R&B elements; it is really vocal R&B with jazz overtones.
McBride soars as a vocalist on his own material as well as on intriguing arrangements of Vanessa Carlton's "1000 Miles," Cameo's "Word Up," and Seal's "Kiss from a Rose." The Missouri native has no problem taking "1000 Miles" out of adult alternative and making it sound like something he heard on one of Benson's R&B vocal albums of the '80s, and his interpretation of "Word Up" is funky but in a much more bluesy and low-key way than Cameo's original 1986 version. Some of McBride's albums have been uneven, but there are no weak moments on LOOKIN' FOR A CHANGE--which turns out to be one of the most consistent releases in his catalog.
Release Date: 27 July 2009

1. Gavaskar
2. Love In The Cemetary
3. Food Prices
4. Pan In Harmony
5. Eating Competition
6. Steel Band Music
7. My Pussin
8. Sugar For Pan
9. Hold Onto Your Man
10. Peddlers
11. Bottle And Spoon
12. Take Yuh Meat Out Meh Rice
13. Pan On Sesame Street
14. Ugly Woman
15. My Brother Your Sister

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Catalogue No: HUCD3168