Song of the Month
This month’s featured song is "Lust" an electronica-flavored pop song I originally wrote back in 1981 and recorded in 2001. This mix is a brand new one I intend to include on an upcoming pop album.
- New recording of “Can’t Make Love With Your Memory” - A clip from a new recording of "Can't Make Love With your Memory" has been posted on its lyrics page.
- Website Now Mobile-Friendly - This website got a major overhaul for its July 2015 update, making it mobile-friendly using responsive design and adding a number of features. For more on the history of this site's design see the "Evolution of a Website" blog entry.
- Easter Single Released - Rick's brand new Easter 2015 single, Hallelujah, He is Risen, was released in late March 2015. It is already available in many popular digital music stores.
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Recent Blog Entries
- Thirty-Four Years of “Lust” - Somewhere around thirty-four years ago, back in 1981, I was attending college in the small town of Potsdam, New York at what was then called Clarkson College of Technology (now Clarkson University). I’d become very interested in a young woman I’d met via the college’s theatre club, and I’d thought we had a plan to ... Read more
- Story Behind the Song: “Just a Little Kiss” - This month I thought I’d introduce a second track planned for my forthcoming pop-flavored album (working title In and Out of Love Again) and tell the story of how this particular song came into being. The song’s title is "Just a Little Kiss", and I’ll let you have a listen before getting to the story: ... Read more
- Announcement of Intent - Back in 2009, I released my first full-length album, Love Holds On, a collection of original songs written over a period of approximately thirteen years. Since then, I have released ten digital singles, nine of those with original songs and one an original arrangement of a classic hymn, and another full length album with original ... Read more
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Updated: October 1, 2015