Cover art compliments of Rie Sinclair

Everybody was enthusiastic about last week’s interview with Rie Sinclair (Interview with Rie Sinclair, Part I) and I’m not at all surprised! Music is such an integral part of what makes us connect with General Hospital so deeply. So, without further ado, I’ll share the rest of what Rie had to say to me about her the craft of writing music for television:

JCR: The title of your CD is “On the Fifth Floor.” What is that about?

RS: This CD is a collection of music written for TV, though some of the songs I decided not to sell so that I could release them to fans under my own record company, I Miss You Records. “Carry Me Home” – track 2 was placed in an indie flick, and “Not Going Anywhere” was written by JJ Farris & myself, who also writes for Fifth Floor, though most of the songs were produced or co-written with Bob Hartry. “I Will Give” is a love song I actually really adore & wanted to make it available to the public like the three little “Falling In Love” tunes on itunes. I’ve written about 70 songs for ABC, but I never know what will happen to them.