Richard Julian Rides Success of “Sunday Morning In Saturday’s Shoes”

Sometimes simplicity packs the most powerful punch. Upon the first listen to Richard Julian’s newest release “Sunday Morning in Saturday’s Shoes” you’ll first pick up on the simple and catchy melodies and the overall air of fun and light heartedness that Richard exudes. Listen more closely and attentively and you’ll notice that Richard’s slice of life lyrics and stories are metaphors for hope as well as the world’s indifference to human suffering. Produced by Mitchell Froom (Los Lobos, Crowded House, Elvis Costello, Little Jimmy Scott, Suzanne Vega, Bonnie Raitt, Ron Sexsmith, Randy Newman) “Sunday Morning in Saturday’s Shoes” is fun, sophisticated and poignant and is Richard at his very best. Having written and played with artists such as Bonnie Raitt and Norah Jones, not to mention fronting the Little Willies (Norah Jones, Lee Alexander) this album is bound to catapult Richard into his own well deserved and long overdue spotlight. Sunday Morning In Saturday’s Shoes  could be a metaphor for life’s little hangovers, wake-up calls and transitions or it could just be a great f*ckin’ record. You decide. 

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Author: James McQuiston

Ph.D. in Political Science, Kent State University. I have been the editor at NeuFutur / since I was 15. Looking for new staff members all the time; email me if you are interested. Thanks!

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