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Bob Baldwin - "Twenty" and "Ain't Nobody Got Time Fo' Dat" (No Ringtones) Mp3 Downloads - Over 89 Minutes - SPECIALLY PRICED FOR 19.99! -

OVER 89 MINUTES OF NEW MUSIC IN HI-RES MP3 (320 KPB)

FEATURES: MARION MEADOWS, TOM BROWNE, CAFE, RAGAN WHITESIDE, LATRESE BUSH, POOGIE BELL, JOEY SOMMERVILLE AND INTRODUCING SWEET BROWN ON "AIN'T NOBODY GOT TIME FO' DATE"

 PLUS BOB BALDWIN FEATURING SWEET BROWN - "AIN'T NOBODY GOT TIME FO' DATE" - SUMMER SINGLES PACK

 

BOB BALDWIN - TWENTY

 

 


BOB BALDWIN - TWENTY

SPECIAL CSI-DIRECT OFFER!

(TWO MONTHS EARLIER THAN NATIONAL RELEASE)

OVER 75 MINUTES OF NEW MUSIC!

 

 

 

 

 

FEATURES:

MARION MEADOWS, TOM BROWNE, CAFE, RAGAN WHITESIDE, LATRESE BUSH, POOGIE BELL, JOEY SOMMERVILLE, CHIP SHEARIN AND MORE



SOUND CLIPS (CLICK ICON ON LEFT)

  1.   Welcome to Planet Funky Onion- f/ Benzel Cowan (PFunk) 

  2.   Seabreeze - f/ Gabriel Hasselbach    

  3.   Chameleon 3000 - f/ Gabriel Hasselbach & Ragan Whiteside

  4.   Chameleon 3000, Part II - f/ Poogie Bell & Cafe da Silva

  5.   The Mashup - Uppa Room Remix (Dennis Johnson)

  6.   Turn The Club Up - f/ Latrese Bush

  7.   Ain't Nobody Got Time Fo' Dat - f/ Sweet Brown

  8.   On and On

  9.   Time (A Spoken Word)

  10.  Global Warming - f/ Focus

  11.  Red Clay - f/ Marion Meadows & Joey Sommerville 

  12.  Butterfly - f/ Poogie Bell and Cafe da Silva

  13.  Your Love's Alive

   14.  Music Changed My Life

  15. BB Timeline (Uppa Room Mix)


ALSO INTRODUCING SWEET BROWN ON

"AIN'T NOBODY GOT TIME FO' DAT"


SOUND CLIPS (CLICK ICON ON LEFT)

BOB BALDWIN FEATURING SWEET BROWN- "AIN'T NOBODY GOT TIME FO' DAT"

1.   Urban Legend Mix

2.   Autotune Remix

3.   Scat Blend Mix

4.   Smooth Jazz Mix


From A. Scott Galloway's liner note essay for Twenty:

For jazz cats, “milestone” is a significant word. Literally, it means 1) a stone marker set up on a roadside to indicate the distance in miles from a given point or 2) an important event as in a person’s career. In jazz, achieving a milestone means facing hazards even more hardcore, including long hours/short money, no medical benefits, insurance or 401K, being overshadowed by pop, roughshod relationships, daunting legacies to live up to, and the ever-dreaded “jazz police” (translation: identical). Milestone is the name of a great jazz record label. And the plural form, “Milestones,” means “Miles Davis composition that is the very definition of Jazz.” Source: The Tony Williams Dictionary of Music.

Bob Baldwin - keyboardist/composer/arranger/leader/sideman/author (and sometimes singer and engineer) – has arrived at an applaud-able milestone with Twenty, his 20th project since starting out on his musical journey in 1988 with the prophetically titled I’ve Got a Long Way to Go. Brother Baldwin has been fighting the good fight to build a faithful audience by steadily coming out of a versatile bag…but not without taking his share of industry lumps. In 1989, he reached one early milestone landing at New York giant Atlantic Records when it launched its “Atlantic Jazz” division (on which he thrived with label mates ranging from Ahmad Jamal to Bobby Lyle), only to see it close as a sign-of-the-times casualty. Of several other companies for which he has recorded, one filed for bankruptcy while many more simply went out of business. An executive at yet another company was arrested as the ringleader of a ponzi scheme. Bob’s luck is badder’n Teddy Pendergrass’ AND Brother Eddie Harris’ put together!

Fortunately, Bob is a survivor and his stamina marks him as “no ways tired,” as evidenced by these 13 tracks of Twenty...

 

 

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Entrepreneur - Author - Mentor - Artist - Radio Host

Bob Baldwin is an International Jazz artist, having recorded on 4 different continents since the beginning of his recording career (1988).

In 2015, his tribute to Stevie Wonder ("MelloWonder/Songs in the Key of Stevie), broke top through the top-10 Billboard Jazz Charts, his 12th Top-20 disc.

In 1988, Roberta Flack selected him as the Sony Innovators Award winner in a highly publicized new-artist-signing contest. He was then introduced to music mogul Sylvia Rhone, where he signed his first deal with the now-defunct Atlantic Jazz label joining then labelmates Bobby Lyle, Paul Jackson, Jr. and Gerald Albright. 

BB has worked with such Jazz and Pop stars like George Benson, Grover Washington, Jr. (RIP), Will Downing, Marion Meadows, Pieces of a Dream, Phil Perry, Chuck Loeb and Chieli Minucci, to name a select few.

This Spring, look for Bob's latest disc, his 22nd solo release.

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