All in a Day's Work

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/27/2005
  • Label: 215 Records
  • UPC: 898841000200
  • Catalog Number: 2020

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Bob Baldwin Primary Artist, Percussion, Piano, Strings, Keyboards, Vocals
Barry Danielian Trumpet
Ronald Jenkins Bass
Dennis Johnson Drums
Armando Marçal Percussion
Buddy Williams Drums
Phil Hamilton Guitar
Dave Mann Saxophone
Roy Mathews Horn Engineer
Tonni Smith Vocals
Ragan Whiteside Flute
Cafe De Silva Percussion
Zoiea Vocals
Technical Credits
Bob Baldwin drum programming, Audio Production
Dennis Johnson drum programming, Audio Production
Mark Wilder Mastering
Roy Mathews Engineer
Caryl Lucas Art Direction, Public Relations
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    A New Day is Coming

    Bob Baldwin is and will be for some time the linch pin by which all other so-caled neo-soul jazz artist will be judged. I say that because having now purchased all but one of his overall collection of works, you can see him evolving into the artis he is today.
    All In A Days Work is where began his transition from a traditional new age jazz artis, into the artist he is today. From the first trackto the end he shows all the qualities that make him the person he is right now.
    He uses all the nusances of a complete piano, bass, drum, and all other instruments that he plays completely. He is not afraid to step into the world of yesterday, today and tommorow with his arrangements and performances.
    There are many other artis that have been able to compete with, but none have been able to surpass his arrangements and the way he phrases all his works.
    I do hope that time will be kind to him and remember when others attempt to try and copy his style, where it all began. This is one of his best works as of this date.

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