“In Basement Psalms Live, the talented Rick Lee James, presents the truth of the Psalms through music – raw, beautiful, emotional, honest and artistic. James invites you into a journey through the earth-bound movements of our faith: from lament, to lessons, to thanksgiving and to praise. His heartfelt live performance is a beautiful soundtrack to rhythms of the real-life, life to the fullest, that Jesus points us to in the Gospels.” – Matt Litton
This week on Voices In My Head I am talking about Infant Baptism and why we are having our son baptized this weekend. While this week is kind of a short podcast I think there is a lot of food for thought. I rely heavily on the book of common prayer for this one so for all you theology hounds, check this one out.
Not many people can say that they have been involved in the careers of people as diverse as Bill Gaither, Rich Mullins, Michael W. Smith, Scotty McCreary, Alabama, and Barbara Streisand, but Randy Cox is not most people and has done just that. With 35 years of experience in developing songwriters and songs, he has a wealth of wisdom to share. It’s my pleasure to welcome publisher Randy Cox to Voices In My Head this week.
It’s just a little under one month until the release of Rick Lee James’ live concert DVD and CD, Basement Psalms. This week’s Podcast is a preview show of what you will find on Rick’s latest project. You can pre-order the the DVD, the CD, and the digital download right now at RickLeeJames.Bandcamp.com, and we’re even throwing in a free download of the first single. We hope you’ll enjoy today’s Podcast and help spread the word about Basement Psalms release on March 1, 2013.
Matt Scott’s new album, Poets & Saints, was recorded live at Mad Oak Studios in Allston, MA. Repurposing hymns from as far back as the 1700s, Matt Scott retells the Redemptive Narrative of the world’s creation, fall, redemption, and restoration. Engineered by Benny Grotto (Aerosmith, Ben Folds), the album is sure to find favor amongst fans of Dylan, Wilco, Ray Lamontagne, and Ryan Adams. With its back porch, Southern-soaked, folk-country twist, this album will cause you to re-imagine the way you experience hymns. Poets & Saints is Matt Scott’s first full-length studio album and is available on iTUNES. Also, be sure to check out the featured documentary for studio footage and the story behind the album. For more information, visit www.the2654project.com.