℗ 2018 City Sketches, Inc.
Duration 38m 05s
Record Label City Sketches Inc
Release Date November 3, 2017
Genre Jazz

Music with a Message

Bob Baldwin, Lori Williams

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Where's That Smile (feat. Lori Williams)
Bob Baldwin; Lori Williams
Be Blessed (No Stress) (feat. Marcus Anderson)
Bob Baldwin; Marcus Anderson
Global Warming (feat. Focus)
Bob Baldwin; Focus
Make Love, Not War (feat. Zoiea)
Bob Baldwin; Zoiea
Stand Tall 3000
Bob Baldwin
Ukuphila (The Healing Song)
Bob Baldwin
Be Blessed (No Stress) (feat. Marcus Anderson)
Bob Baldwin; Marcus Anderson
Stand Tall 3000
Bob Baldwin
Duration    38m 05s
"Pianist/Arranger Bob Baldwin delivers timely music in the spirit of the classic 'What’s Goin’ On' vibe as some tracks speak to the current conditions of the US and the world. The [album] features the powerful vocals of Lori Williams on the heart-wrenching 'Where’s That Smile' and the popular Pandora recurrent smash 'Stand Tall'." - Smooth Jazz Daily Jazz pianist and composer Bob Baldwin teams up with friends to present Music With a Message, featuring vocals by Lori Williams.
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