Stavros Moschopoulos (WHO): “Natick” by Rick Lee

A MAGNIFICENT CD from one of the few TRUE folk artists around who still tells stories and makes music that speaks to the heart. —Stavros Moschopoulos, World Health Organization on Natick by Rick Lee

More →

Rick Lee - Natick

“Dirty Linen:” “Natick” by Rick Lee

Veteran traditional musician Rick Lee has …a weathered Yankee voice…. The title song is Lee’s vivid ballad of his hometown’s history, describing the 17th century meeting of English settlers and the native Natick people. Piano versions of the classic supernatural ballad “Tam Lin” and the haunting Irish tale of “The Tinkerman’s Daughter” are other highlights.     – Tom Nelligan, (Dirty Linen, #66, October/November 1996, p. 83) on Natick by Rick Lee

More →

KTEP Radio: “Natick” by Rick Lee

Rick is a God-send to folk purists and music lovers alike.   —Dan Alloway, Music Director, KTEP, El Paso, TX on Natick by Rick Lee

More →

Joe DeRouen: “Natick” by Rick Lee

NATICK is a solid album, without even a single lacking track. If you enjoy traditional ballads and good acoustic discs, you’ll want to add this one to your collection. Joe DeRouen, Addison, TX on Natick by Rick Lee

More →

WTSR Radio: “Natick” by Rick Lee

Outstanding record – fresh sound with that traditional base…This album is in my top 10 for 1995 so far.   —Peter Kernast, WTSR, Trenton, NJ on Natick by Rick Lee

More →