George Day

Country Feelin's

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George Day hails from Snydersville, Pennsylvania and has performed throughout the North-eastern United States during his career as a singer/songwriter. With more than 400 songs to his credit, he has recorded more than 70 on GNJ Records. He has won many songwriting awards, including 1st place at the Southwest Texas songwriter's Association Festival and 1st place Male Vocalist at the Traditional Country Music Song Championship in Avoca, Iowa. He is a member of the National Library of Poetry Hall of Fame, and is affiliated with BMI.

1n 1998, George's single 'Wake on Up and Smell the Roses' from the CD of the same name, rose to position #11 on the Independent Country Music charts, and was nominated for the Entertainer-Indie Association Award. George was nominated for the King Eagle Award, Air-Play International, in 1998 and won that prestigious award in 1994.

"Country Feelin's" is a great value album containing 17 original, traditional country music songs, eight written by George Day and nine by promoter Tom Wardle, who also produced the album.

Mid paced two steppers predominate this solid country album, starting with the title track, "Country Feelins'" a song penned by Tom Wardle with some nice touches of Dobro from Wayne Bridge.

"She's Just An Old Time Memory" is another Tom Wardle song, that see's him having trouble getting over an old love, while in "Where You Left Me," his woman packs her bags and heads off for Florida. In "High," he tells us he only needs his guitar and a country song to pick him up when he's feeling low, while "I'm Just A Man," is a song penned by George in which he tells us nobody's perfect.

Other mid paced tracks on here include the self penned "It's Over," and "I'm So Glad," plus Tom Wardle compositions, "Losin My Life," "Someone Like You," "You Make The Bad Times Feel Good" and "Beer On The Bar," a catchy crying in your beer song.

More uptempo tracks on the album, include the lively "Ballad Of George" a song that has just been released on the I.C.M.A.G. Sampler and is sure to attract much radio airplay, as well as the very catchy love song "You Should Know By Now" and "Wherever You Can Take Me," a good story song that tells of giving a lift to a homeless traveller.

Slowies on the album all come from the pen of George Day and include, "All The Old Places," a story of trying to re-kindle an old love, "Blue Lonesome Blues" and another tale of lost love in "If I Had Her Here To Hold Me."

Whether you like to dance or just listen, this album containing a very generous 17 tracks of real country music, all penned by either George or Tom Wardle, just has to represent excellent value for money.