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Rejoice

Bob Baldwin

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A rookie of the year in 1990, superfunk keyboardist Bob Baldwin had plenty to be happy about with his sizzling Atlantic debut.. A sure candidate for the R&B crossover chart, Baldwin assembled immediately likable and upbeat synth grooves with some fancy acoustic interludes to form an eclectic hybrid of styles which he calls "PBJ Music" — as in pop, blues, and jazz. Having grown up with both jazz and R&B influences, he writes and co-produces bouncy material which proves to be the best of both worlds. While his original material is a marvel, Rejoice is that rare album where the cover tunes bear the most repeated listening. His get down jam on Joe Zawinal's "Mercy Mercy Mercy" is the best example, but his light hearted medley dedicated to Motown legend Marvin Gaye is as sweet as tributes come.

Biography

Born: December 09, 1960 in Mount Vernon, NY

Genre: Jazz

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

Keyboardist, multi-instrumentalist and producer Bob Baldwin was influenced by pop, jazz and R&B and his uncomplicated and upbeat sound proved perfect for smooth jazz radio. Beginning with a record on Malaco in 1990, Baldwin released albums for a number of labels including Orpheus, Narada, A440 Music, 215 Music, Shanachie and NuGroove Records. In...
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