Rick Lee – The Passing of a Friend

August 27, 2014

With the passing of Rick Lee this week, I have lost a great friend, and our world has lost a great singer, player, and advocate for the power and beauty of music in life. His musical genius informed and influenced me since we first met in the 1960’s. We were buddies, jammers, hikers, carousers, band mates, and collaborators on so many musical projects.

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Rick Lee

Piano. Banjo. Eclectic.

A veteran folksinger and songwriter with a passion for finding great songs – and a very deep catalog.

Genres:  Folk, Traditional Country, and Singer/Songwriter. 

CDs:  Look What Thoughts Will Do  ♦  Natick  ♦  There’s Talk About a Fence (Waterbug Records, produced by Andy May)

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Andy May - Endless Possibilities - cover

Rick Lee: “Endless Possibilities” by Andy May

Brilliant CD!! Material, performance, production, package…. Fabulous. Rick Lee on Endless Possibilities by Andy May

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Rick Lee - Natick

Rick Lee – Natick

Natick, Rick Lee’s first solo recording, updates the folk tradition with fine musicianship, a superb selection of 15 songs, some history and high spirits. Lee performs contemporary and ancient songs with piano and old time banjo. The title song tells some of the tragic English Settler/Native American history of Seventeenth Century Massachusetts.

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Rick Lee – Look What Thoughts Will Do

“Lee uses his five-string banjo, keyboards, and deep baritone vocals to expand on the folk tradition. …He breathes new life into six traditional tunes and songs …[and] shows his songwriting skills with two pieces….”  –Dirty Linen #119, August/September, 2005

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