True to Life

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/19/1994
  • Label: Red House
  • UPC: 033651006725
  • Catalog Number: 67
  • Sales rank: 393,335

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Chenille Sisters Primary Artist
Billy Novick Clarinet
Johnny Cunningham Fiddle
Cheryl Dawdy Vocals
Jerry Deupree Drums
Connie Huber Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Howard Levy Harmonica, Piano
Grace Morand Vocals
Greg Porter Bass
Alan Williams Harmonium, Keyboards
Tom Hambridge Drums
Rick Harris Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Slide Guitar
Technical Credits
Debbie Davies Composer
Brian Capouch Engineer
Cheryl Dawdy Cover Design
Connie Huber Contributor
Darleen Wilson Producer
Linda Beauvais Artwork
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Lookin' at Life Through Crossed Eyes!

    One of the most important fuctions of folk music is to provide us with a place to stand apart from the bolted-to-the-rock stronghold we think is ''The Truth''. In True to Life, the Chenille Sisters take us on a roller coaster ride that covers a vast expanse of emotions from the longings of a jilted lover in ''Howlin' at the Moon'', to laughing at our fads and egos in ''Big Hair''. The music included in True to Life asks us to stand back from what we think is so, and take a look at life from two perspectives: one that reminds us, ''Hey, lighten up...God's got a sense of humor!'' (Pizza Deliverance), and another that literally screams, ''Hey, pay attention, this is nasty stuff!'' (I Lie in the Dark). For anyone who has lived their life through another, the blusie lyrics of ''Co-dependent With You'' will nail you to the wall of the prison you exist in, and set you free. In addition to all this, the music is just pure, toe-tappin' fun!

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