There’s absolutely nothing not to like about Terri Clark’s newest release, Classic. Period. If left at that, this could very well be the shortest review ever. But it’s worth pointing out Classic’s many merits.

As the title implies, the album is a collection of country standards and personal favorites performed by Terri—some solo and some with the help of her country music pals, including fellow Canadians Jann Arden, on an absolutely goose-bump-inducing version of Patsy Cline’s “Leaving on Your Mind,” and Dean Brody, on a thumping rendition of the Hank Snow classic “Movin’ On.”

It’s pure fun to hear Reba McEntire re-sing her own hit “How Blue” as a duet, as well as Tanya Tucker on her signature song, “Delta Dawn.” And pairing Terri with Dierks Bentley for “Golden Ring” is a religious experience. But she doesn’t have to rely on her celebrity friends to win with Classic. Terri’s solo version of Glen Campbell’s “Gentle on My Mind” is insanely sweet and good.

Continue reading the full review at CountryWeekly.com!

 

6 Responses to Country Weekly: Classic by Terri Clark (Review)

  1. TERRY THIS CD IS FABULOUS! SINCE I HAVE BOUGHT IT I HAVEN’T STOPPED PLAYING IT! HOPE TO SEE YOU IN RAMA ON SOON!
    BY THE WAY THIS IS THE FIRST FAN LETTER I HAVE EVER SENT.

  2. Carl in SLC says:

    Congrats on the album! Great stuff.

    Hey, how about considering covering a GREAT Bad Company song out on the road with your band? “Deal With The Preacher….” You’d be perfect for it live….Give it a listen!

    Now come on out to Salt Lake City (on American, ha!) and play a show!

    Merry Christmas
    C

    • Sage says:

      I’ve seen mahjong plroars all over Japan. They seem to run the gamut from seedy yakuza haunts to respectable family entertainment places along with manga/internet cafes.What I want to know are three things. First, when you go there, do you go with your friends and get a table so you can play together, or is it like a casino/card room where you go to find a game with random people?Second, how do these places make money? Do they charge per hour for your seat and try to sell you food and drinks? Do some of them take a cut of the bets like card rooms?Which leads me to the third question. Gambling is illegal in Japan, yet mahjong plroars operate out in the open. Obviously nobody plays mahjong just for fun any more than they would play poker. So how do the players handle the exchange of money without attracting unwanted attention?

    • If my problem was a Death Star, this article is a photon torpedo.

  3. Dan OConnell says:

    LOVE U Soo much… Merry Christmas -N- Happy New Year! See ya on Facebook

  4. Yvonne says:

    …and the thing that will top this great album, is having the priviledge of being in the audience, when Terri and her band perform the songs in her upcoming tour.

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