Sweet Love description
"Sweet Love" is the title of a popular song from 1986 by R&B singer Anita Baker. It was the second single from her critically acclaimed album, Rapture, Baker's second studio album. The song was Baker's first big hit single, peaking at #2 on the Billboard R&B chart, #3 on the Billboard adult contemporary chart, and #8 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the fall of 1986. The song also reached #13 on the UK Singles Chart that same year. Baker won two Grammy Awards at the 1987 ceremony. The song "Sweet Love" won in the category Best R&B Song, earning her (along with Gary Bias and Louis Johnson) a songwriting award. Show Sweet Love piano sheet
Anita Baker description
Anita Baker is an American R&B/soul jazz singer-songwriter. To date, Baker has won eight Grammy Awards, and has four platinum albums and two gold albums to her credit.
In 1975, Baker (Mezzo) joined the Detroit-based band, Chapter 8, which featured Michael J. Powell, who would later produce her solo works. The band eventually got a record deal with Ariola, and their self-titled debut Chapter 8 came out in Fall 1979. Two singles hit the R&B charts: "Ready for Your Love," a duet between Baker and group member Gerald Lyles; and the Baker-led "I Just Wanna Be Your Girl."
Baker married Walter Bridgforth Jr. on Christmas Eve 1988. As of October 2007 they were finalizing their divorce. They have two sons, Walter Baker Bridgforth (born January 1993) and Edward Carlton Bridgforth (born May 1994). Baker currently lives in Grosse Pointe... More piano sheets by Anita Baker
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The Basics of Playing Piano and Reading Sheet Music
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