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Bob Baldwin "All In A Days Work" Smooth Jazz Music CD Review

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2007-03-18 07:48:58     
Article by Clyde Lee Dennis

All In A Days Work is the latest release from Smooth Jazz Star Bob Baldwin, and is another winner by this talented musician.

The CD launches with an outstanding track, A New York Minute, that I suspect will be heard on radio stations everywhere, and deservedly so. It's a really nice track.

All In A Days Work has a pleasantly varied, mix of 13 tracks that are very well written songs by this clearly gifted artist. Most of the songs display a lot of the kind emotion that makes for a really great listen.

The nice thing about a CD like this is when the talent is this rich even if Smooth Jazz isn't your favorite genre you still can't help but appreciate the greatness of the artist.

This is a first rate CD, delivering a little something for everyone. I give it two thumbs up. It's quite simply great listening. A must buy for the Smooth Jazz fan.

While the entire CD is really very good some of my favorites are track 1, A New York Minute, track 6, Can You Feel It?, track 11, The Very Last Night In Rio.

My SmoothLee Bonus Pick, and the one that got Sore [...as in "Stuck On REpeat"] is track 5, Quirky. What a nice track!

All In A Days Work Release Notes:

Bob Baldwin originally released All In A Days Work on Sep 27, 2005 on the 215 Entertainment record label.

CD Track List Follows:

1. A New York Minute
2. All In A Day's Work
3. Day-O
4. Third Time's The Charm
5. Quirky
6. Can You Feel It?
7. Steamy
8. Sunrise
9. Quality Time
10. Steamy (Interlude)
11. The Very Last Night In Rio
12. Don't Get It Twisted
13. Can You Feel It? (Interlude)

Personnel: Bob Baldwin (vocals, strings, piano, keyboards, bass instrument, percussion, drum programming); Tonni Smith, Zoiea (vocals); Phil Hamilton (guitars); Ragan Whiteside (flute); Dave Mann (saxophone); Barry Danielian (trumpet); Ron Jenkins (bass instrument); Dennis Johnson (drums, drum programming); Buddy Williams (drums); Armando Marcal, Cafe De Silva (percussion).

Specialized in: Smooth Jazz Music - Smooth Jazz Artist - Online Smooth Jazz Radio
URL: http://www.ilovesmoothjazz.com
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