Here’s a link to the Breezy Day album website. You can listen to the tunes there. You will also find links to the places where you can purchase CDs or downloads. Downloads are available for each individual track as well as for the album as a whole.
My new album, entitled “Breezy Day,” was released today! I think that it is the best work I have done yet. Many thanks to all those who made it possible, but especially to my producer, Michael Cornett, and to John Crawford, who designed the album art. This has truly been a team effort!
You can listen to “Breezy Day ” for free on Spotify. CDs and downloads are available at CD Baby. You can also download the album (or individual tracks) at Amazon. You’ll find links to Spotify, CD Baby, and Amazon on my website. You can also order CDs directly from me at P.O. Box 70, Cherry Log, GA 30522.
My goal is to write, record, and perform jazz-rock music that is melodic, accessible, and interesting. I hope that that you will enjoy “Breezy Day.” Quite frankly, I think that the music will put you in a good mood!
All the best!
I’m happy to let you know that my new album, “Breezy Day,” will be released very soon. All the music has been mixed, mastered, and uploaded to the company that makes the CDs. The album will be available at CD Baby, Amazon, iTunes, Google, and various other online sites. You’ll be able to listen to it on Spotify as well.
I owe a deep debt of gratitude to those who made this project happen. First, and foremost, many thanks to Michael Cornett. He engineered and produced the album, and he played GREAT bass guitar tracks on the album!
I am also grateful to the amazing drummers who came to the studio and played drums for us: Scott Jones, Jeff Rudolph, Brandon Williams, and Thomas Pinson. Every one of these guys is a MONSTER on drums! These guys are pros!
Thanks also go to Rodney Mills, of Rodney Mills Masterhouse, for bringing the music to life through his mastering expertise. Rodney has worked with Skynyrd, .38 Special, ARS, Gregg Allman, the Doobies, Journey, and too many others to list. I am honored to have had the privilege to work with him!
Last, but not least, my thanks go to John Crawford, who designed the album art and the poster that goes with the album. John is an awesome photographer and designer, and a great musician as well!
I really believe that you will like “Breezy Day.” It truly reflects the kind of music that I enjoy writing and playing these days. It’s jazzy, with a bit of rock influence. I’ll post an announcement when the album is available.
Here’s the album poster:
I was recently interviewed by a writer for No Depression, an internet music journal. We covered a lot of topics, including my latest album, Metamorphosis. The interview has now been published, and I hope that you find it interesting.
Here’s the link to the interview:
My latest album, Metamorphosis, has gotten another good review. This time it was reviewed by The Journal of Roots Music, NO DEPRESSION. Here’s a link so that you can check it out:
P.S. Please remember that you can listen to Metamorphosis for free on Spotify. If you want a CD, you can get one from CD Baby or directly from me. You can download the album on iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play Music.
I hope that you’ll check out the review that my new album, Metamorphosis, has received on http://www.jazzcorner.com.
Here’s a direct link to the article: http://www.jazzcorner.com/news/display.php?news=8195
Don’t forget that you can listen to Metamorphosis for free on Spotify. If you’re old-fashioned, you can purchase the CD on the CD Baby website or from me. If you buy it directly from me, I’ll sign it for you.
Come to think of it, I’m a bit old-fashioned myself!
Enjoy! And may you have many blessings!
This is a quick note to let you know that my Metamorphosis album is now available for listening on Spotify. If you don’t already have a Spotify account, you can sign up online for free. No need for the premium service unless you want it. Just do a search for “Jim Richter Metamorphosis,” and you’ll find me. All my prior releases (Summer’s Gone, Endless War, Cosmic Dust, Tater Chip Man, and Macon) are also on Spotify.
P.S. Turns out there’s another Jim Richter on Spotify. He’s the guy who plays blues/rock/folk mandolin. He’s very good. However, I’m the Jim Richter who plays electric guitar and keyboards!
I’m very happy to report that my new album is out! It’s entitled Metamorphosis. I think that it’s the best work that I have released thus far. It’s all-instrumental, and I think that it will appeal to a wide range of people.
The album is available for downloads, and also on CDs. All of my releases, including Metamorphosis, are available at my artist page at CD Baby:
You can also find me at:
I hope that you enjoy the music!
For more than a year, I have been working on my second album. It’s an all-instrumental album entitled “Metamorphosis,” and I think it is the best work I have done yet. As with my prior projects, my producer was Michael Cornett, an extremely talented musician and songwriter in his own right. This time, we had the world-famous Rodney Mills master all the recordings. Rodney has worked with Lynyrd Skynyrd, the Atlanta Rhythm Section, Gregg Allman, the Doobie Brothers, Journey, 38 Special, Pearl Jam, Zac Brown, and numerous other famous artists. Last, but certainly not least, the album artwork was designed by John Crawford, of Photocentric Studios, in Ellijay, Georgia. John does beautiful work, and I think that the design of “Metamorphosis” might be his best work yet!
I will post further information as the album release approaches. In the meantime, here’s John’s design for the album poster.
I was interviewed by Jacqueline Jax on A.V.A. Live Radio yesterday. If you missed the show when it aired live, you can listen whenever you wish because the show is now available for online listening. My segment begins at about 42:06. I hope that you can catch the show, and I also hope that you’ll support “indie” music!