Chelsea McBride

Premiere DateNov 10, 2019
Categories Jazz Music
00:00 The Jazz Hole with Linus
02:32 Lak Lan Kengchakaj Kengkarngka
08:33 6849 Kengchakaj Kengkarngka
13:54 The Jazz Hole with Linus
15:40 Revolution Blues Chelsea McBride’s Socialist Night School
23:01 Interview with Chelsea McBride, Part I
29:01 Porcelain Chelsea McBride’s Socialist Night School
34:21 Interview with Chelsea McBride, Part II
43:07 The Righteous And The Wicked Chelsea McBride’s Socialist Night School
47:13 Metallic Mobility Fishes
52:27 The Jazz Hole with Linus
54:08 The Miracle Of Methuselah Fishes
60:59 Finish

Vancouver-born, Toronto-based composer and multi-instrumentalist Chelsea McBride talks to The Jazz Hole with Linus for a second time. This time about “Aftermath”, the second big band album by Chelsea McBride’s Socialist Night School. The other artists today are NY-based Thai pianist Kengchakaj Kengkarnka with music from his brand new Outside In Music album “Lak Lan” and the genre-bending Brooklyn-based band Fishes with music from their debut album Fishes in Space.


Kengchakaj Kengkarngka – “Lak Lan” & “6849”
Album: Lak Lan
Kengchakaj Kengkarngka (p), Sirintip Phasuk (voc, efx), Shai Golan (as), Niall Cade (ts), Hugh Stuckey (g), Perrin Grace (b, fretless b) and Nolan Byrd (d)

Chelsea McBride’s Socialist Night School – “Revolution Blues”, “Porcelain” & “The Righteous And The Wicked”
Album: Aftermath
Chelsea McBride (ts, cond), Colleen Allen (ss, as, picc, fl, alto fl), Naomi Higgins (ss, as, fl, alto fl), Alison Young (ts, fl, cl), Patrick Smith (ts, ss, fl, cl), Conrad Gluch (bs, b-cl, contrab cl, alto fl), James Rhodes, Jusitn See, Tom Upjohn, Kaelin Murphy (tp, flh), William Carn, Aidan Sibley, Jill Richards (tb), Nicholas Sieber (b-tb, tuba), Alex Samaras (voc), Chris Bruder (p), David Riddel (g), Steven Falk (b), Geoff Bruce (d)

Fishes – “Metallic Mobility” & “The Miracle Of Methuselah”
Album: Fishes In Space
Nadav Remez (g, co-composer of “The Miracle Of Methuselah”), Steve Brickman (kbds, syn b, composer of “Metallic Mobility”) and Daniel Dor (d, co-composer of “The Miracle Of Methuselah”)

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