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Terri Clark may be a glamour queen, with lots of high style and flash. But then so is Dwight Yoakam, and he's a hell of a singer and songwriter, right? Clark is a honky angel singer with ambition, taste, looks, and a voice that's as big as a canyon. Oh yeah, and she's a fine songwriter as well. So bring on the glamour if it brings out the music. Luke Lewis over at Mercury has got to believe in this woman -- she gets a producer's credit alongside Keith Stegall! Not every country singer or songwriter gets a production say on her second record. And this one develops the strengths that made her debut so compelling, even if it was flawed. Choosing to cover Warren Zevon's "Poor, ...
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All Music Guide - Thom Jurek
Terri Clark may be a glamour queen, with lots of high style and flash. But then so is Dwight Yoakam, and he's a hell of a singer and songwriter, right? Clark is a honky angel singer with ambition, taste, looks, and a voice that's as big as a canyon. Oh yeah, and she's a fine songwriter as well. So bring on the glamour if it brings out the music. Luke Lewis over at Mercury has got to believe in this woman -- she gets a producer's credit alongside Keith Stegall! Not every country singer or songwriter gets a production say on her second record. And this one develops the strengths that made her debut so compelling, even if it was flawed. Choosing to cover Warren Zevon's "Poor, Poor Pitiful Me" after the Linda Ronstadt version takes guts. But Clark has more than that; her version is as valid as her predecessor's and as full of rock & roll heart as the songwriter's own version. Other than this, Clark, Chris Waters, and Tom Shapiro wrote the majority of this album. They're a decent team, though the fullness of Clark's potential as an emotive artist -- without sentimentality -- is not exploited in these songs. They are solid, they belong here, and they're good listening, but given what she is obviously capable of, they are workmanlike. Other than the aforementioned, the best two tracks on the set are "Something in the Water," where Clark gets her blues growl out into the mix, "Twang Thang," which is as tough as anything Alan Jackson ever wrote and sung with twice the verve and grit, and the ballad "Keeper of the Flame," which Clark wrote on her own. In this song, the protagonist's hope is what keeps a relationship together, and in the grain of her voice one can hear both weariness and determination; when she gets to the top of her contralto in the refrain, chills run down the listener's spine and recall the fine songs of Lacy J. Dalton, Trisha Yearwood when she was a singer instead of a status symbol, and Loretta Lynn when trying to deliver a countrypolitan song with Kentucky grit. She's not there yet, but so close you can hear the train coming all the way round the bend. Pick it up.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/5/1996
  • Label: Mercury Nashville
  • UPC: 731453287921
  • Catalog Number: 532879

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Terri Clark Primary Artist, Primary Artist
Ricky Skaggs Background Vocals
Gary Prim Piano
John Wesley Ryles Background Vocals
Eddie Bayers Drums
Stuart Duncan Fiddle
Paul Franklin Steel Guitar, Lap Steel Guitar
Carl Marsh Strings
Brent Mason Electric Guitar
Duncan Mullins Bass
Steve Nathan Piano
Michael Rhodes Bass
Brent Rowan Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
Joe Spivey Fiddle
John Willis Acoustic Guitar
Audrey Haney Fiddle
Cheryl Wolff Background Vocals
Dennis Wilson Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Terri Clark Producer
John Kelton Engineer
Steve Lowery Engineer
Carl Marsh String Arrangements
Keith Stegall Producer
Chris Waters Producer
Jim Kemp Art Direction
Paula Montondo Engineer
Eric Legg Engineer
Hank Williams Mastering
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    it takes guts...

    After the hard hitting, chart topping success of her first album Terri Clark had guts in her second. To be confindant enough to not only cut but release Warrren Zevons "Poor Poor Pitiful Me" originally cut by Linda Ronstadt should say something about Terri Clark. The album has songs that make you want to get in your car and just roll the windows down, crack the sterio and just drive as fast as you desire but also has songs that could bring a tear or two to your eye. Clark's second album showed the industry and her fans that she was here to stay.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Terri Clark Rocks!!!

    I love this CD! Terri Clark has an amazing voice combined with some excellent song writers! I highly recommend this to everyone!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Terri is awsome

    Almost every single one of these songs I can relate to. There is a lot of feeling and a lot of real life there in this album...I would suggest this one to everyone who likes good country music with a little edge...Terri Can rock it or just let it honky tonk...You go girl

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