Saturday, August 22, 2015
For Woodstock singer/songwriter, George C.W. Douglas his debut album, Music From Big Muddy has been part of a personal journey. From local music fan, to becoming a musician, earning his sobriety and taking the Creative Genius Songwriting Workshop with Lori Yates - you can feel the experiences on the CD.
George has made quite an initial splash with this amazing offering. He's created a personal, revealing, witty, everyman folk album. Lyrics deal with aging, drinking and the effects of time. The recording finishes off nicely with a beautiful ode to Willie P. Bennett.
Wonderfully backing him up are fellow multi-instrumentalists Brock Zeman and Blair Hogan along with Dylan Roberts (drums, percussion). They do a fabulous job.
If you want a copy of the CD, you can contact George directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or pick it up at Record Works in Woodstock. It's also available through iTunes and cdbaby.
Blast from the Past: George on the Barber Shop Podcast
Links: George CW Douglas, More George CW Douglas Stories, More Releases, Videos above courtesy of Skumm60
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