The 72-year-old singer said that it has always been exciting and inspiring for him to be in a recording studio and he believes there is much more to come from him over the next few years.
The 'Daddy's Home' hitmaker said that he is definitely not retiring yet as he had a lot of fun while making his upcoming album.
Richard added that singing and performing rock 'n' roll is invigorating for him, the Mirror reported.
He is the only singer, who has ever had a No1 hit in the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s as well as in the 90s, comprising of 46 studio albums, seven soundtracks, 35 compilations and 11 live albums.
--ANI (Posted on 04-09-2013)