Now, I had heard “the song,” — you know, the one about the “bass” — but honestly I had under-appreciated it. I mean, sure, it’s a catchy song, clever, and affirming, but did you also know that it nearly single-handedly redeemed the use of the saxophone in pop music for me? In fact, it did such a good job with the baritone saxophone lines in its make-up that I was happy to hear a return of the baritone saxophone on multiple tracks throughout Trainor’s newest album, Title, and was even able to exult in a little tenor saxophone dalliance near the end of “Dear Future Husband.” Wow. Oh yeah. And Meghan, she sings pretty good, too.
Suggested Use: Definitely a warm weather album. So, if you’re tired of the cold and ready for Summer, put this disc on and break a sweat lip-syncing to your favorite tracks. My favorites, clearly, will be the ones with baritone sax. I am, as you say, all about it.