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This episode of Voices In My Head is actually an episode of another podcast titled, Things Not Seen. David Dault is the host of the show and back on March 26th when my latest album released, David was kind enough to feature me as the guest on his program. I really think you are going to enjoy our conversation. Things Not Seen is a nationally syndicated radio show and podcast that serves as a ministry of the Sunday Evening Club. Find our more about Things Not Seen and my new album (Hymns, Prayers,and Invitations) at this link. http://www.thingsnotseenradio.com/2016/2016/4/27/1605-new-tunes-for-beloved-words-rick-lee-james.html#.V4Min1KTLhW

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It has been a great couple of months in print for coverage of my new album, Hymns, Prayers, and Invitations. Features, reviews, and ads have appeared in CCM Magazine, Worship Leader Magazine, and Lifeway Worship’s Worship Life Gatlinburg event brochure. Plus, music from the new album is scheduled to be featured in Worship Leader Magazine’s Song DISCovery release in September, along with a feature on the web set. Here are a few pictures of where the album appeared in the past month.

It was a real honor for me to be able to sit down and have a conversation with Church of the Nazarene General Superintendent emeritus, Dr. Jesse Middendorf. He has been a hero and mentor of mine from afar for many years and I think you will really enjoy our conversation on ministry, piloting airplanes, and the great hope that we have for the world. This episode was recorded on location at Mount Vernon Nazarene University for the 2016 Pastors and Leaders Conference, otherwise known as PALCON.

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This episode is sponsored by Hymns, Prayers, and Invitations, the new worship album from Rick Lee James
ALBUM WEB SITE: www.RickLeeJames.com/Hymnbook

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Moda Spira What You Need Music Video: https://youtu.be/2KAdQyN8gUM

On this episode of Voices In My Head I had the privilege of sitting down for a conversation with a truly awesome lady, Latifah Phillips.

Latifah Phillips, aka Moda Spira, has a long resume that includes time as a solo artist and work with Page CXVI, a band that reinterprets traditional hymns, the indie rock band Autumn Film and Sola-Mi, an experimental trio. She has produced albums for indie artists, including A Boy & His Kite, helping them place “Cover Your Tracks” on the soundtrack for Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part II. Her songs have been featured on One Tree HillThe Gates, Lifetime Films and the film The House at the End of the Street. She’s also composed incidental music for MTV and E! Moda Spira is her return to solo performing. She plans to support the album with selected dates, both alone and with multi-media pop up shows, featuring video, dancers, live painting and other surprises.

Moda Spira is my first solo venture in ten years,” Phillips says. “The songs are all dear to me, so I gave myself permission to be vulnerable. If you’re feeling down and lost, this record will let you know that you’re not alone and help you to keep moving forward.”

http://www.ModaSpira.com

 

The album reviews are in for ‘Hymns, Prayers, and Invitations.’ Watch this short video to see some of what CCM Magazine, Worship Leader Magazine, and Under The Radar have to say about it. Find out more at www.RickLeeJames.com have to say about it.

 

 

I’m very grateful to Worship Leader Magazine not only for giving my new album a special spotlight in their magazine, but also for giving such an awesome review. I have been a subscriber to this magazine for years and have always respected it for it’s high quality and standards in worship music. I’m so thrilled that they felt this album was worth showcasing. You can find it in the May/June 2016 issue of Worship Leader magazine.

-Rick

 

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