It may draw on the influences of Serge Gainsbourg, Carole King and James Taylor, but Jonathan Jeremiah's Good Day is far from a time capsule. If there's anything this singer-songwriter has learned over the years, it's that ''timing is a feeling, and music is a feeling and when you get people playing together, it's about that feeling.'' Good Day was recorded at Ray Davies's Konk Studios, which Jeremiah described as ''a beautiful environment in which to get six or seven people together.'' He didn't stop there, however, cramming a 19-piece string and horn section into the room. ''That's what I'm trying to capture with my records,'' he explains, ''the sound of people together.''