"Ain't She Sweet (Margaret Mix)" (Single)

Ricky Sims/Written By: Milton Ager/

This song is a perky, tap-your-foot groove.

My music varies with each single. Sometime, romantic...sometimes.patriotic..sometimes, perky. But, all the time, Ricky Sims.

Performed, Produced, Arranged and Engineered By: Ricky Sims Written By: Ricky's Performances On: Tenor Sax, Piano, Background Vocals, Cowbell, Roland XP-80 Music Workstation Recorded At: Its All About Love Production Studio, Southern California For: Its All About Love Records

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"Let Me Call You Sweetheart (Carol Mix)" (Single)

Ricky Sims/Written By:Leo Friedman and Beth Slater Whitson

"Let Me Call You Sweetheart (Carol Mix)" is a vocal remake of the 1910 romantic classic.

"Let Me Call You Sweetheart (Carol Mix)" is my vocal remake of this 1910 romantic song. The "lead" and "background" vocals and all other instrumentation were performed by me, Ricky Sims, as well as, the production/recording/mixing. The recording was performed at my recording studio, Attitude Recording Studios, and released by my record label, Attitude Records. "Let Me Call You Sweetheart (Carol Mix)" would make a wonderful gift when love is in the air. Enjoy!!

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"Romp" (Single)

Ricky Sims/Written By: Ricky Sims/Cari Frysinger

"Romp" is a rambunctious instrumental with a strong dance beat and infectious horn melody.

My music can be patriotic, nostalgic, easy listening, romantic or rambunctious. "Romp" is rambunctious...enjoy....Ricky Sims.

Performed, Produced, Arranged and Engineered By: Ricky Sims Written By: Ricky Sims and Cari Frysinger Ricky's Performances On: Tenor Sax, Alto Sax, Soprano Sax, Piano, Roland XP-80 Music Workstation Copyright 2016, Its Al About Love Records Publishers/Bring Your Own Music, BMI/Its All About Love Global Publishing, BMI Recorded At: Its All About Love Production Studio

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"What a Wonderful World(Vocal Version)" (Single)

Ricky Sims/Written By: Bob Thiele/George David Weiss

My vocal style is smooth, clear and crisp.

"What a Wonderful World(ricky sims vocal version)" is the essential "feel-good" song. "I see trees of green, red roses too, I see them bloom, for me and you, and I say to myself...what a wonderful world." Now, doesn't that make you "feel-good"? The lyrics, The melody and the arrangement make this song a pleasure to sing...I hope you enjoy it, as well. But beware...you may catch yourself smiling. Sincerely, Ricky Sims

Performed, Produced, Arranged and Engineered By: Ricky Sims Written By: Bob Thiele and George David Weiss Ricky's Performances On: Vocal, Piano, Roland XP-80 Music Workstation Recorded At: Its All About Love Production Studio, Southern California For: Its All About Love Records

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"Star-Spangled Banner (Contemplative Sax Version)" (Single)

Ricky Sims/Written By: Francis Scott Key

The style of this arrangement is contemplative/serene/relaxing.

"The Star-Spangled Banner (Contemplative Sax Version)" is a remix of my first version. By popular demand from fans, supporters and friends, I mixed this "contemplative version" without drums/percussion. The omission of the drums makes this version much more relaxing to listen to and allows the wonderful melody, played by the sax, to "shine" without being distracted by the drums. So, sit back, put the volume on "low" and relax and meditate to this version of "The Star-Spangled Banner (Contemplative Sax Version)"...Ricky Sims.

Performed, Produced, Arranged and Engineered By: Ricky Sims Written By: Francis Scott Key Copyright 2016, Its All About Love Records Recorded At: Its All About Love Production Studio, Southern California Publisher/Public Domain

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"The Star-Spangled Banner (Sax Version)" (Single)

Ricky Sims/Written By: Francis Scott Key

My arrangement of "The Star-Bangled Banner(Sax Version)" was produced to evoke a sense of majesty and reverence. This arrangement was produced to inspire anyone who listens. This arrangement was not produced to relax you...it was produced to impassion.

My arrangement of "The Star-Spangled Banner(Sax Version)" was produced with a sense of "majesty" and "reverence". This arrangement is not meant to relax you...it was produced to inspire and impassion all who listens.

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