7 of February
Rick L.Tindall was born in New Albany, Indiana in the 20th century. When Crohn's Disease invaded his life at age 10, he taught himself to play acoustic guitar to sooth his body and mind. Perplexed by elaborate chord diagrams in song books of his favorite artists, Rick began writing his own songs with the major and minor chords he could play. Eventually, he welcomed 7th's, 9th's and the occasional barre chord. TINDALL: 7 of FEBRUARY, is his first release of original songs on CD. Rick likes putting musical surprises in his recordings to make repeated listening more enjoyable. The artist writes; I have been very lucky to have met and talked with several of the musicians whose music I've enjoyed for a long time. I've had the good fortune to talk with Cat Stevens, Arlo Guthrie, the Bee Gees and the Statlers. While attending his 1990 concert in Indianapolis, I'll always remember the warm advice Paul McCartney offered me. He said, ' Listen! If you remain standing where you are this limo WILL roll over you!' Who could ever forget that, I ask you! TINDAll: 7 of FEBRUARY, plays for about 33 minutes. When you buy this CD you'll hear 33 minutes of warm vocals, understandable lyrics, a tear or two, a toe tapper and I feel a very pleasurable listening experience.Buy one for yourself and a friend! Thanks for visiting my page. Peace.