Archive for December 21st, 2018

Bob Baldwin – Welcome To The Games (Remixed Version)

His internet-only release City Sketches – a disc privately released commemorating the 1996 Olympics – is a musical portrait of the city of Atlanta celebrating the city’s unique history. Violinist Regina Carter so loved “Downtown Underground” that she in turn recorded it on her CD, Something for Grace. Baldwin performed for the athletes at Atlanta’s Olympic Games and shared the stage with Roy Ayers and Chuck Loeb at the Club Benson and Hedges Music Festival. Then in 2000, he traveled to South Africa with Marion Meadows for a historical concert.

Welcome To The Games (Remixed Version) is an Atlanta-based homegrown remix of a project Bob Baldwin did years ago in 1996, and it is Funky! This album contains three new tracks and with 3 bonus tracks “For My Baby”, “Thought It Was You”, and “Funkin’ For Jamaica” (instrumental), all partially recorded in the late 1990’s.

You get this album exclusively on Bob’s website.

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