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Album Review

From the Latin-infused opening track, "Señor Amor," to the gospel-tinged vocal performance on the ballad "For All We Know," pianist/vocalist Joe McBride delivers one of his most diverse performances on record with Grace. Featuring the added support of saxophonists Stanley Turrentine and Kirk Whalum, this is the one album in McBride's oeuvre that lands more on the jazz side of the jazz-pop fence. Easily recommended to smooth jazz fans, Grace is the place to start listening to McBride — but it might also be the place to stop listening, as most of his other albums do not live up to this one.


Born: Fulton, MO

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Born and raised in Fulton, MO, keyboardist/singer Joe McBride began playing the piano at age four. His uncle Bake McBride was an outfielder for the St. Louis Cardinals and the Cleveland Indians. His earliest influences were gospel music, bebop, straight-ahead jazz, Motown, and '70s R&B and funk. As a teenager, he began singing and playing at jazz clubs. Around this time, McBride was stricken with a degenerative eye disease that eventually claimed his sight, but his passion for music didn't diminish....
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