Thursday, September 16, 2010

Rick Price - Tamborine Mountain

Tamborine Mountain was Australian singer / songwriter Rick Price's second album and was released in 1995.

It has long been deleted from catalogues and is now unavailable.

Rick already had three ARIA nominations and a score of Australian Music Awards under his belt.

The album achieved platinum sales status.

It was Rick's most experimental album and its content reflected an introspective view of his personal life.

With Tamborine Mountain Rick returned to his musical background of country / rhythm and blues but still maintained a commercial sound. The album featured strong melodies and arrangements.

In 2009 Rick relocated to the US.

I personally had just thought of Rick Price as a vocalist but after seeing some of the clips around of him I am totally blown away by his guitar work.

He has been touring as the support act for Tommy Emmanuel and also appearing as guest vocalist / guitarist in Tommy's own performances.

Below is an acoustic performance of Rick's hit single River Of Love by Tommy Emmanuel & Rick Price in a radio station studio in the US.

Musicians on the Tamborine Mountain album are :-
Rick Price
John Watson
Joe Creighton
Mark Punch
Ben Wilsch
T-Bone Wolk
Tina Arena
Tommy Emmanuel
Ray Pereira
Lindsay Field
Venetta Fields
Robert Parde
Laurence Maddy
Pam Reswick

Tracks on the Tamborine Mountain album are :-

To Be With You
River of Love
I Wanna Mean Something To You
You're Never Alone
Bridge Building Man
Since I Met You
Foolish Heart
Trust Me This Is Love (with Tina Arena)
Sure Close To Lonely Tonight
Love Never Dies
You're Never Alone (single version)
Nothing Can Stop Us Now

Full Artwork / CD Rip / 320kbps format

Rick Price - Tamborine Mountain with Artwork

Full Artwork ONLY

Rick's first album Heaven Knows with the bonus Rarities CD is available HERE on Trashed By Time!!

The extremely rare single Where Is The Love featuring Rick Price & Margaret Urlich can be found  HERE on Trashed By Time!!

1 comment:

  1. Deleted and unavailable. Sad indeed. What a lineup of musicians too. I liked Rick Price.