Released on February 11, 2014, “Bring It Back” is the fifth album by American artist Catherine Russell .
Track Listing : 1.Bring It Back (Harrison Nelson) – 03:54 . 2.I’M Shooting High (Ted Koehler, Jimmy Mchugh) – 02:31 . 3.I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart (Duke Ellington, Irving Mills, Henry Nemo, John Redmond) – 04:08 . 4.You Got To Swing And Sway (Ida Cox) – 03:09 . 5.Aged And Mellow (Preston Love, Johnny Otis) – 04:40 . 6.The Darktown Strutter’S Ball (Shelton Brooks) – 02:40 . 7.Lucille (Luis Russell) – 03:55 . 8.You’Ve Got Me Under Your Thumb (Mildred Brooks, Jack Hudgens, Will Livermash) – 02:39 . 9.After The Lights Go Down Low (Leroy Lovett, Alan White) – 05:23 . 10.I’M Sticking With You Baby (Henry Glover, Rudy Toombs) – 03:07 . 11.Strange As It Seems (Andy Razaf, Fats Waller) – 03:30 . 12.Public Melody Number One (Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler) – 03:13 . 13.I Cover The Waterfront (Johnny Green, Edward Heyman) – 05:01
Musicians : Catherine Russell – Vocals, Percussion On (6 – 10) . Matt Munisteri – Guitar . Mark Shane – Piano . Lee Hudson – Bass On (1-5 – 7-13) . Nicki Parrott – Bass On (6) . Mark Mclean – Drums – Percussion On (6) . Andy Farber – Tenor Saxophone . Jon-Erik Kellso – Trumpet . Brian Pareschi – Trumpet Except (1) . Dan Block – Alto Saxophone – Tenor Saxophone On (5), Clarinet On (4) . John Allred – Trombone . Mark Lopeman – Baritone Saxophone . Glen Patscha – Hammond B-3 On (6 – 9 – 10)
Recorded June 3, 2013 – June 5, 2013.
Released On February 11, 2014 By Harmonia Mundi.
Close your eyes and you can’t help but picture the songstress in front of the big band. More sentimentally, she also includes a recently rediscovered song by her father, “Lucille,” performed publicly here for the first time.
All About Jazz
Russell’s title Bring It Back is a call for reconsideration. The primary focus in jazz, or music in general, need not be the ever- expanding trajectory outward. It can also be inward, old forms well considered
Back is an introspective look at the earliest days of improvisational music with the smoldering passion that is a deeply personal connection to her pioneering mother and jazz vocalist Carline Ray.