- Dan Demay's CD "And Then Some"
If I was given the chance to sit
down individually with people and they asked me to play some
songs that reflect my journey this far. So far these would
be what I'd love for them to hear.
When I crossed that line inside of myself as a writer I
finally saw that "if I didn't live it then I can't write
it". I then started writing songs that had a common
thread that we all have lived and survived. I wish I had the
space to put the testimonies I have received at shows but I
I hope you enjoy it and find a little of yourself in it. I
don't make stuff up for a living, living does that for me.
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tracks if you like they are in the MP3 format for your
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1. Money That Bends (d. demay, c. lance)
listen to a clip
2. The Faith Of A Woman (d. demay, d. burgess)
3. And Then Some (d. demay, d. turnbull, g. smith)
4. Don't Let Nobody Know (d. demay)
to a clip
5. If Something Should Happen (d. demay, d. turnbull, j.
to a clip
6. Drunk I Am (d. demay, t. shepherd)
7. This Side Of The River (d.demay)
8. Bye-Gones (d. demay)
9. The Sound Of Trains (d. demay)
to a clip
10. The Circle (d. demay, c. wiseman)
CUTS & SINGLES
LAWRENCE - You Can't Hide Redneck
(Casey Beathard/Dan Demay)
For the Love is by turns contemplative ("For the Love," "As
Easy as Our Blessings," "Til I Was a Daddy Too"'), comic
("You Can't Hide Redneck"), mournful ("Speed of Flight") and
exultant ("You're Why God Made Me"). But Lawrence offers a
simpler description. "It's country," he says.
MCBRIDE - Everybody Does
(Mike Mobley/Rachel Proctor/Dan Demay)
All told, this is the perfect CD to
revel in McBride's stunning voice showcased by sensational
lyrics and musicianship from some of Nashville's best
writers and players. With Waking Up Laughing, McBride
delivers the goods on arguably her best creative effort yet.
WORLEY - If Something Should Happen
(Dave Turnbull/Jim Brown/Dan Demay)
this track in Real Audio
(this stream is coming from
Darryl Worley's Website.)
The record label has gotten incredible
response to this when they’ve played it for radio stations.
And I think if you want to come out of the box with a
sure-fire, number-one smash, this is the one. As soon as I
started listening to it, it just floored me. Basically, it
talks about a guy who thinks maybe he has cancer. He’s going
in for surgery and talking to a best friend about looking
after his family if something should happen. I actually
thought these songwriters had gone and called my family,
because my grandpa Clyde passed away with cancer, and my
grandmother’s name was Kathryn. Her best friends were Mary
Ann and Bobby, who spent time with her, took her to movies
and took her out to eat after my grandfather died. As soon
as I heard those names in the chorus, I said, “All right.
Turn it off. I’ll cut it.” It instantly brought tears to my
eyes. There are some other things on down deep in the song
that are just as uncanny. So this song is about a part of my
life. I could’ve written it myself. I think this came my way
because it was meant to.
BYRD - Crazy
(Casey Beathard/Billy Currington/Dan
This is kind of a different feeling
song for me (Tracy Byrd). It's still a country record, but
it's almost got a folk influence to it with the mandolin.
It's another song that allows me to stretch out on the
chorus. That high note in the song is at the very top of my
scale. The song reminded me of when I was a kid and grew up
out in the middle of the country. We used to run the bridge
over the river where the train ran. That was the first thing
that came to mind when I heard the song. I never jumped off
the bridge, but I certainly thought about it a few times.