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Dance for the New World by Rob Mullins

Dance for the New World is Rob Mullins most recent CD release on Zebra Records. It has been three years since the release of Music for Lovers and One Night in Houston and this CD shows even more the innovative and unique musical style that Rob has with his piano and music. Dance for the New World is a very personal compilation of music by Rob with a little help from Wilton Felder on Tenor Sax on the beautiful Obsession and very melodic The Time Has Come. Eric Marienthal lends his saxophone talent on the whimsical Island Girls and When Love Gets Deeper which also has the very soulful singing voice of Brenda Russell. This CD not only shows us a more serious side of Rob's music, especially on House of Broken Dreams where he combines classical and jazz for a very strong emotional piece, but that music can also just be fun as in Planet Mullins featuring Adwin Brown on vocals and Tony Guerrero on trumpet and Bustin Out featuring Greg Vail on saxophone. The title cut Dance for the New World shows Rob's music moving into new directions as well as showcasing the truly sweet and melodic voice of Sara Ingraham. Rob has always shown that the piano is not just 88 keys but a true expression of beautiful music inside and out. For more information on Rob Mullins, check out his web site at To become a part of the Rob Mullins mailing list please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Additional Info

  • Artist / Group Name: Rob Mullins
  • CD Title: Dance for the New World
  • Genre: Other
  • Year Released: 1997
  • Record Label: Unknown
  • Rating: Four Stars
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