For All We Know – A Song of Appreciation

For All We Know

“For all we know, we may never meet again.
Before you go make this moment sweet again.
We won’t say goodnight until the last minute
I’ll hold out my hand and my heart will be in it.”

When thinking of songs that can bring a sense of peace and calm, Robert suggested “For All We Know” by Donny Hathaway. To Robert, this song is about living every moment like it may be our last and Robert sings “For All We Know” with everything he has.

Robert said that “For All We Know” reminds him that life is short. He said, “We need to celebrate the ones we love, recognizing that tomorrow is not promised. We only have the moments we are given. Love hard! Play hard! Cry hard! I may never see you again.”

On September 21st, “For All We Know” from Lullabies from the Heart with Robert Robinson was heard for the first time during an exclusive interview with The Grand Deeva, Dee Henry Williams on the Twin Cities radio station, KFAI. 

Hear Robert and Rafael’s interview on KFAI here:

Robert and Rafael Forbush (Executive Producer) told the story behind the project and each chose a track from the album to play on the air. Robert chose “For All We Know” and dedicated it to a dear friend of his who had passed away earlier that morning.

Lullaby Dreams Become Reality


Lev Productions spent the afternoon with Robert Robinson in MasterMix studio at the Institute of Production and Recording in Minneapolis, MN recording the first set of tracks for Robert’s new album Lullabies from the Heart. This album hopes to show a softer side of Robert Robinson, allowing him to use his voice to lull his fans. Although our team of professionals have been working on the music for more than a month, the music has finally come to life with the voice of “God’s canary” himself. 

The dynamic duo that brought you Robert’s Inspiration album is back with a musical vengeance. Instructor at IPR and well known producer Scott “Scooter” Nelson says he is happy to be working with Robert again, and remembers the first time they worked together in the studio fondly. “I’m serious,” said Nelson in the studio. “When I first recorded Robert, I had to go ask Tom Tucker for help because I was scared Robert was going to break my microphone!”

But Lullabies From the Heart is bringing out a whole new dynamic of Robert’s powerful voice. Lead sound engineer at Green River Recording and student at IPR in Minneapolis, Chris Tianen, describes Robert’s vocals as “the perfect mixture of tension and release.” Chris, who studies under Scooter, assisted in the studio and will be working on the album with Lev Productions in the coming months.20130305-115414.jpg

The moments in the studio were pure magic. They brought a new vigor to the team. We cannot wait to get back in the studio later this month.

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