MP3 Rick Meyers - With The Eyes Of A Child
Komplettes MP3 Album von Rick Meyers
Angegebene Spieldauer: 66:18
Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: A Unique blend of exceptioinally well crafted original music rooted in the 60’s and relevant in the 00’s. Top drawer vocals that have a real message. Baby and Echo Boomers will love it. It’s smooth, easy, and soulful.
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Rick Meyers was raised in a small town in southern Michigan between Detroit and Chicago. The late 50’s and 60’s were highly influential in developing his taste for Rhythm and Blues, Soul, Pop, and Rock music. He remembers Bo Diddly playing at a High School dance, buying a pair of blue suede shoes, and dancing to all the Motown greats. College in the late sixties and early seventies put him in touch with the revolutionary music of the British Invasion, Psychedelic Rock, Folk, and the Social Protest Movement. The music of that era was grown out of conflict and a new found freedom. Rick’s music is rooted in that mix.
Before Rick listened to R&B, Soul, Rock, and Folk music, he was raised and weaned on Classical and Sacred music, as his mother was a Classical pianist and Church organist. His encounters with Bach, Beetovan, Chopan, Chant, and Hymns have impacted his understandings of contemporary music and life. His move to Colorado after college influenced his connection to Country and Mountain music. His music is lyrical and always has a message. It’s about awakening and expanding consciousness. It’s passionate and heart felt with layers of meaning. When asked if I’d like his music, he answered with a smile and said: "Taste and See."
He’s lived with his wife in Colorado for over twenty five years. They share Running Rock Ranch with their son and daughter. Rick’s music? "Taste and see." It ranks as some of the best I’ve heard in a long time. Fasten your seat belts and enjoy the smooth and easy ride "With The Eyes Of A Child."