b. James E. Robinson, New York, U.S.A.
As a solo artist he signed to Tabu Records in 1987 where his one album was 'Guilty'.
That album contained the popular track 'I Feel Like Going On'.
Other artists he has recorded with include Jeff Lorber ('Every Woman Needs It'), Lenny White ('Attitude') and Bob Baldwin.
While with Lonnie Liston Smith, incidentally, James wrote 'Speak About It' on which he also played guitar.
In 1995, Robinson teamed up with Mark Johnson for the track 'Daydream', taken from an album on JVC called 'Daydream', which became popular at Soul Weekenders and on London's Jazz FM radio station.
In 2001, he teamed up with another jazz keyboard artist, Bob Baldwin, for his album 'City Sketches'.
The track 'Stay', taken from this set, being highly popular.
James Robinson is also known as James 'Crab' Robinson.
Guilty (Tabu Records 1987)