Who Come Down?

Ric Seaberg

Rockin', catchy songs with meaning, in the tradition of Randy Newman, Warren Zevon, and Loudon Wainwright III

Still writing and recording after all these years, singer-songwriter Ric Seaberg serves up 2 great new CDs for 2005. This 17 song set includes Seaberg's usual sprinkling of love songs, novelty songs, and songs that defy genre classification. Beginning with the hauntingly beautiful "Who Come Down?, and cruising through song after catchy song, this CD could very well be Seaberg's masterpiece. The listener will be pleasantly surprised with the rockin' and catchy "If I Could Be A Geek". "Motown Man" is yet another tribute to Ric's son. Ric's new R&B version of Donovan's "Catch The Wind" is radio ready. "Watching The Season Go By" is a touching, gorgeous ballad on the subject of older people finding love. This is not a Cd brimming with fillers. Every song is interesting and fun to listen to. Seaberg's signature humor comes through once again on songs like "Never Met An Opinion (He Didn't Have)", in "Frajeely", and in "The Fa" which screams for a video featuring "The Fab Five" from "Queer Eye For The Straight Guy".

Once again, Ric calls on Tim Ellis to supply engaging and elegant guitar.

Visit Ric's blog at http://ricseaberg.blogspot.com/, featuring memoirs, humor and worldy wisdom.

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