My newest “single” has been released. It’s entitled “Tater Chip Man.” It tells the sad story of a young man who loses his lady love to a potato chip delivery truck driver. I think that the song is similar to some of the songs that Randy Newman has written. My friend Thomas Pinson played drums and did a great job. My producer Michael Cornett played bass and generally made this song come together. Last, but not least, I must thank my co-writer, Bobby Don Bloodworth. Bobby Don helped with some of the lyrics on this song. Bobby Don is great with lyrics, and, better yet, he was eminently qualified to help me with this song because his father actually made his living as a “Tater Chip Man!”
I hope that “Tater Chip Man” makes you smile!
“Tater Chip Man” is available on CDs and also for download at http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/jimrichter3. You can also find it at iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, and other places on the web.
My latest single is a humorous, bluesy tune entitled “Tater Chip Man.” It’s about a fellow who falls head-over-heels in love with a lovely lady who works as a cashier in a discount store. Unfortunately, she dumps him for a man who delivers potato chips to her store. If all goes as scheduled, the CD should be released before the end of October.
Here’s the cover: