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Just Plain Country

by Janet David

Classic Country music by a classy country lady.
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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1. The Beginning of the End of the Line
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2. My Radio Is Playing
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3. It Don't Take a Fool
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4. I'm Missing Me
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5. You Put the Good in Goodbye
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6. He Made a Woman Out of Me
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7. I Got a Hero
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8. Do It Right
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9. Back in the Saddle Again
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Janet David began performing with her mother when she was nine years old. They sang big band and swing, which Janet still does. Her repertoire includes traditional country, some newer country, really classic rock, blues, and basically any songs she likes. It is difficult to pin her down to one style. Janet sings songs by artists as varied as Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn, to Tracy Chapman or Jimmy Buffet. She sang with several bands in the Houston before starting her own band. Her current group is Janet David & the Texas Heartaches. The group has four vocalists with a wide variety of taste. Janet insists that everyone who wants to sings. Unlike many “stars” she is not afraid to share the spotlight.
She was a host and assistant manager of the Manvel Opry, where she encouraged many of the vocalists and musicians now working in this area. Janet is definitely one-of-a-kind, a talented lady with a heart as big as Texas.
Some of the tunes on this album were in the national charts for Janet:
“He Made A Woman Out Of Me” went to No. 60 in Radio & Records, No. 43 in the top 50 Indie Bullet, No. 81 in Cashbox, No. 6 in top 10 records in the National Independent Charts, and No. 11 on the up and coming New Artist in Cash Box when it was first released.
“I’m Missing Me” was released in January, 1991 and went to No. 2 in the top 20 up and coming recording artist chart in Cashbox Magazine, was No. 70 in Cashbox, No. 6 in the top 50 Indie Bullet, No. 45 in the Country Radio Hot 150 chart, and No. 85 in Radio and Records.
“I’m Missing Me” also got Janet a nomination for “Most Promising Female Vocalist of the Year” with MIRL, Major Independent Recording Label, out of Nashville, and nomination for “Female Vocalist of the Year” with Indie Bullet.
“It Don’t Take A Fool” debuted in the American Bullet Charts at No. 103, and in 3 weeks went to No. 12 with a bullet. It peaked at No. 9.
Janet left a promising career in Nashville to return to Texas for personal reasons. She has performed mostly in the southeast Texas area since then, with a few trips to Louisiana. Her voice is better than ever.
This album has been remastered with new vocal tracks.

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