Trevor Day Boy Soldier
Trevor Day has the unusual ability to succinctly capture the simple joys and sorrows of human existence. His success in country music is probably due to his down-to-earth, easy-going way. He is a stickler for the Aussies, and has rarely recorded an overseas song. Trevor also prefers to sing with just his guitar backing, or a couple of mates along for company, rather than with a big band. This release features one of Trevorís most-loved songs, "The Boy Soldier", true Aussie Trevor Day style! From "Pride Of Outdoor Plumbing" to "Thank You's Grave" and every emotion in between. Bonus tracks from a live performance at the National Theatre in Launceston in 1965, the first volume in a series of releases devoted to actuality recordings straight from the Australian Travelling Show Circuit. HADLEY RECORDS equipment was on the spot to capture it for all time.
Boy Soldier, Thereís One Born Every Day, The Last Of His Tribe, Harry, Truckiní Awful, Old Feller, Drink, When I was Just a Kid, Say You Love Me Sometimes, Thank Youís Grave, Pride of Outdoor Plumbing, The Droverís Son, One Of Those Days, The Old Mans Kingdom
Extra tracks from Trevor Day Live In Launceston EP: Help Me Understand, You Better Not Do That, Rocking Alone (In an Old Rocking Chair), Sweeney