These song is from Rick Lee James soon to be released concert DVD, Basement Psalms Live:

 

This one features Brannon Hancock on BGV‘s.

Psalm 8 (How Majestic Is Your Name)
(Praise/ Thanksgiving Psalm)
Chorus
O Lord, our Lord, how majestic is Your name
How majestic is You name
O Lord, our Lord, how majestic is Your name
How majestic is You name, how majestic is Your name in all the earth
Verse 1
In all the earth we see your hand
In the creatures of the air, the sea, and the land
The little babies cry your name
And the enemy is broken by their praise
Chorus 2
O Lord, echo: (Yahweh)
Our Lord, echo: (Yahweh)
How majestic is Your name, How majestic is You name
O Lord, echo: (Yah-weh)
Our Lord, echo: (Yah-weh)
How majestic is Your name
How majestic is You name, how majestic is Your name in all the earth
Verse 2
The moon above, the starry skies
You set Your glory in the heavens So Father who am I
That you would dwell Your thoughts on me
That You would put the whole world under my feet
Chorus 3
echo: (Ya-weh)
echo: (Ya-weh)

Spider Matt

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Pastor Matthew Cole joins us once again on Voices In My Head for a theological discussion of the soul.  In light of certain events that were played out recently in the Amazing Spider-Man #700 which resulted in a mind/body exchange, we’re Spider-Man fans on the Podcast, we felt like this week would be a good time to have a discussion about the soul. Matthew and Rick deal with questions like:

“What is the soul in the Biblical sense?”

“Do most Christians know what the Bible actually says?”

“Is Spider-Man a Jedi?

All this and more on this week’s Voices In My Head Podcast with Rick Lee James.

Voices In My Head is a Podcast dedicated to covering things like comics, movies, books, music and various other things that get stuck in the head of pop culture, but with a Theological lens. Listen to it on Podbean.comStitcherThe Rick Lee James Mobile AppiTunesReverbnation.com, and FacebookRick Lee James Official Web Site is www.RickLeeJames.com. To leave a voice message comment for Voices In My Head call (937) 505-0162. Get Rick’s music on iTunes and at CDBaby.com. Email can be sent to RLJames29@yahoo.com. You can also watch Rick Lee James music videos on YouTube.

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My guest this week on Voices In My Head is Nashville Singer and Songwriter Stacy Lantz. Stacy is one of the best kept secrets in Nashville. With a voice as piercing & powerful as her predecessors, Lantz pulls influence from such greats as Patty Griffin, Eva Cassidy, & Bonnie Raitt. She covers the human experience through a lens of hope, the inevitability of change, and the occasional well-timed brush of quirkiness. She also has one of the most unique and awesome voices this Podcast host has ever heard.  Find out more about her at StacyLantz.com.

I also do a little improvisational Pickin’ and Grinnin’ on my acoustic guitar to start out today’s episode.  It’s a great show today folks, but don’t take my word for it, listen to it right now.

Voices In My Head is a Podcast dedicated to covering things like comics, movies, books, music and various other things that get stuck in the head of pop culture, but with a Theological lens. Listen to it on Podbean.comStitcherThe Rick Lee James Mobile AppiTunesReverbnation.com, and FacebookRick Lee James Official Web Site is www.RickLeeJames.com. To leave a voice message comment for Voices In My Head call (937) 505-0162. Get Rick’s music on iTunes and at CDBaby.com. Email can be sent to RLJames29@yahoo.com. You can also watch Rick Lee James music videos on YouTube.

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366 Days of Rick from Rick Lee James on Vimeo.

I’ve decided confront my own humanity with a video project documenting myself over an entire year. I was going to call the project 365 Days of Rick but since it’s a leap year I had to throw in an extra day so now it’s called 366 days of Rick. I know what you’re thinking, that’s way too many days of Rick and I don’t disagree with you but let me explain the premise.

In our society we want instant gratification and I guess this was kind of my quiet protest against that. Significant things can happen over time, but we need to be willing to wait on them. I don’t know if this project will hold significance for anyone but me but I’m doing it anyway. I’m not a very patient person so it’s kind of stretching me to do something like this.

I just wanted to try something unique this year. I wasn’t sure exactly what the final outcome would be, but that’s what faith is, following when we don’t know where we are going.

With that said I wish you all a wonderful start to what I hope is a Happy New Year! I hope you enjoy 366 Days of Rick Lee James.

Rick

366 Days Video Project.

“Question of the Week”.

Nick Flora

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It’s the first show of 2013 and this episode is loaded with great stuff. My guest today is Nick Flora, a one man Rock and Roll show. He’s an incredible singer, songwriter, Podcaster (Who Writes This Stuff), and just a really cool guy. Working with some of the top musicians in the business, Nick is carving a name for himself on the Nashville music scene. On this episode you will hear some of his incredible music, get to know Nick more, and find out how to help make his next album a reality by going to Kickstarter.com and making a donation.

Also, I tell you about how my New Year’s Eve Concert went, the birth of my son Alexander, and this really cool video of one of my songs that was performed live using Sand Art.

Advent Hymn (Watching, Waiting, Longing) with Sand Art by Laura Tappen from Rick Lee James on Vimeo.

Voices In My Head is a Podcast dedicated to covering things like comics, movies, books, music and various other things that get stuck in the head of pop culture, but with a Theological lens. Listen to it on Podbean.comStitcherThe Rick Lee James Mobile AppiTunesReverbnation.com, and FacebookRick Lee James Official Web Site is www.RickLeeJames.com. To leave a voice message comment for Voices In My Head call (937) 505-0162. Get Rick’s music on iTunes and at CDBaby.com. Email can be sent to RLJames29@yahoo.com. You can also watch Rick Lee James music videos on YouTube.

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It’s always so cool as a songwriter when someone else records or performs one of your songs. Here is  Lakeholm Church of the Nazarene’s version of my song, Advent Hymn (Watching, Waiting, Longing) written by . The song is performed here by Shawn Barrett while artist Laura Tappen creates sand art, live Sunday December 23rd, 2012. Thanks Shawn and Laura for including my music in your Advent worship service.

Rick, Jenn, & Alexander Grayson James
Rick, Jenn, & Alexander Grayson James

This is a picture and a newspaper article from the Springfield News Sun in Springfield Ohio about our new little baby boy Alexander.

 

By Andrew McGinn

Staff Writer

SPRINGFIELD —

The first baby of 2013 in Springfield arrived fashionably late — he decided he’d rather be born on Jan. 2.

Born to Jenn and Rick James of Springfield at 1:53 a.m. Wednesday in Springfield Regional Medical Center, Alexander Grayson James tipped the scales at 6.5 pounds.

It’s not uncommon for Clark County’s new year baby to actually be born on Jan. 2, according to a nursing supervisor, but the Jameses were shocked that Alexander still won the title (and the accompanying gift basket).

“It was just shock there wasn’t another born,” said Jenn James, 37.

“They told us he was in the running for it when we got here,” said Rick James, 35.

Not only is Alexander the county’s first baby of 2013, he’s also the couple’s first baby — and the family’s first grandchild.

“He’s a lot of firsts,” said Jenn James, a special education preschool teacher at Hustead Elementary School.

That said, though, he wasn’t supposed to arrive until Jan. 17.

Jenn James said it doesn’t matter that hers is the first baby of 2013.

“I’m just glad he’s here and healthy,” she said.

But, seeing that now he’s here, leave it to the dad to claim bragging rights.

“Our first baby and he’s the first of the new year,” beamed Rick James, a Christian music singer-songwriter and music pastor at First Church of the Nazarene on East Home Road.

One thing was certain — the couple knew they were having a boy before Wednesday.

“I started buying superhero clothes just as soon as I could,” Rick James said.

They should be a natural fit. Alexander’s middle name, Grayson, was inspired by Dick Grayson, the identity of Robin the Boy Wonder in the comics.

But, between those clothes and the many clothes already given to them, they suspect they have Alexander clothed up to his third birthday.

“If people could keep buying his clothes until he’s 18, that would be awesome,” Rick James said. “Is that a perk of the new year baby?”

 

Link to this article: Springfield News-Sun

 

366 Days of Rick from Rick Lee James on Vimeo.

As promised last January first, here is a complete year of video from my life.

There were 366 days in 2012 because it was a leap year. Time moves so quickly and yet the past is not as far away as it might seem. I took a video a day for all 366 days of 2012 as a way to look at a year of my life, all the changes it brings, and maybe even to learn something about myself. A person can change in many subtle ways over a year. This is a year of my life in short daily video clips. You will hear songs I have written accompanying this mini-movie of my life in a year.

Happy New Year everyone, bring on the baby!

Blessings,
Rick Lee James