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The all-time pianist Bob Baldwin talks on upcoming new music album B-positive

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 Bob Baldwin is an American Pianist/Composer/Arranger/Radio Host/Inventor. The Mt. Vernon, NY native has recorded on six of the seven inhabitable continents, his short international list, includes Dubai, Brazil, South Africa, Spain, and the UK, and Canada. He learned music from his father, Robert Baldwin, Sr. Baldwin's recording career started in 1983, and his debut album, A Long Way to Go, was released in 1988. He’s been coined by industry peers as the “Ray Charles of Contemporary Jazz”, having owned all but seven of his 34 solo recordings. He claims ownership has helped sustain him throughout the current pandemic era. The pianist's personal goal is to release a 12-song project per year, and since 1988, he has released over 34 projects, of which 27 are owned by his company, City Sketches Records (distributed by The Orchard/Sony Music). Discs #35 and 36 are in the works. His current 2021 release, "The UrbanSmooth Suite" was a vocal extravaganza with various vocalists Monica Mason, Regina Troupe, Toni Redd, and others as well as Earth, Wind and Fire original Ralph Johnson on the drum on the uptempo "Dance 3000”. Bob Baldwin has a new album  called 'B-Positive' to be released on September 1, 2022, this showcase will present some singles played on this show, tune in

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