Robert Randall


That Perfect Moment CD - 1 CD, 5 songs, original compositions by Robert Randall

This is Robert Randall's debut album. The songs reflect aspics of his life at various "moments" in time.  

With 20+ years experience in music. Robert Randall's unique vision is to be creative in multiple genre's. Most musicians stick with one genre, rise and fade in time. Why not write music that appeals to a variety of audiences? Thinking outside the box is what Robert does best.  

Below is a summery of the composition and inspiration behind them.

1 My Daily Joy
The inspiration for this song was at a time when I was enjoying the joy of God in my life as a new follower of Messiah. The song came easily as a bright summers day. In most of the music the holy spirit gives, it starts out with the main theme. I have to work around that theme and expand it into something for his glory.  

2 You Are My God
This song was recorded at "grammy nominated" jazz-pianist, Steve Barta's home studio. I enjoy the flow of this song in the main theme and how it transitions smoothly into the bridges. I am almost done writing a single for this song, complete with vocals and background instrumentation. The single's lyrics make it clear that Messiah forgave us for our sins and gave us new life through his redemptive son Jesus, "He was crucified on a cross of wood, yet he made the very hill upon which it stood"  

3 That Perfect Moment
This was inspired partly by a theme from a song in my iTunes library, and partly by the album cover. I don't recall how I came across the picture. I think I nabbed it from someone's Facebook page as I recall. Its so beautiful and tranquil. It really sets the mood and captivation for the body of the album.  

4 My Heart Rejoices in Sorrow
This is the only song that did not start out from a main theme. It worked its way from a musical transition into the glorious sounding ending. The beginning and middle came later. Strangely enough I was hoping this song could be used someday in a movie version of the book "Harris and Me" by Gary Paulson, if it ever get's the green light.  

5 Heartbroken
I started writing this song when I was about 6 or 7 years of age. I have always wanted to write it for orchestra. But for now enjoy the piano version. The single of the orchestral version will come in time. I assure you it will be far more colorful and dramatic than this version. It took many years to write this song. When I finally finished it in 2010. It took another year or so before I could put it into production. Mainly due to the fact that I needed healing from my own heart break, and from there I could focus on getting the song to sound as it should with a new and revitalized Spirit