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Bob Telson is a man out of time and place. He was born in Cannes, raised in Brooklyn, and now lives in Argentina. He's played keyboards for Philip Glass, Machito, Tito Puente, and The Five Blind Boys of Alabama. Bonnie Raitt was a singer in one of his early bands.
He composed the musical The Gospel at Colonus, starring Morgan Freeman, the Five Blind Boys, and the Soul Stirrers (the gospel group which birthed Sam Cooke). He's composed soundtracks for American, French, German and Argentinian films, his theme for Bagdad Café (Calling You) having been recorded by Barbra Streisand, Celine Dion, and a long who's who of vocal talent.
Mr. Telson now lives in Buenos Aires with his wife, singer Isabel de Sebastián, and their two sons, David and Dylan.
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