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Robert Leach, is a resident of, the Bedford-Stuyvesant, section of
Brooklyn, the largest black community, in the United States. Bed-Stuy,
is known thru out the world, for its rich culture, and music.
C.C.N.Y., majoring in music, as well as studying at Jazzmobile in
Harlem. He also studied saxophone privately, with jazz legend, Jimmy
Heath. He was able, to hone his skills, working in local R&B bands,
worked the various clubs, and discos, in the New York City area.
From there, Mr. Leach toured, worked, and or recorded for such artists
as, Evelyn “Champagne” King, Clifford Jordan, The Moments of Truth,
Billy Jones, Vinzee, Lester Chambers of the Chambers Brothers, Denroy
Morgan, Odyssey, Roy Ayers, Touch, Hidden Strength, Jolina, Unique, Gwen
McRae, Doug E. Fresh, Father MC, Cooly Live, Smoothe Da Hustler/Nexx
Level Productions, Misdemeanor (a female rock group), Abdullah Ibrahim,
the Larry Joseph Project, The Tylon Washington Project, to name a few.
Mr. Leach, was also was part, of doing the music, for a cartoon, for Bad
deals. His work, took him, into almost every major, and small, studio,
in the New York City area, as well as a few, out of state. Roblea
Music, literally has, over seven thousand tracks available, from
Hip-Hop/R&B, Dance/House, Funk, Dancehall, Drum N’ Bass, as well as some
and Reggae Music. He’s also good at doing, cinematic/thematic music, as