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Roots And Wings

by Terri Clark

Roots And Wings by Terri Clark

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Roots And Wings

by Terri Clark

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Label: Humphead Records
There just aren't enough pop-country songs about snow, a scarcity Canadian vet Terri Clark aims to rectify here with both metaphors ("Flowers in Snow") and proud I-am-who-I-am anthems ("Northern Girl"). Along with the temperature drop, there's usually a bit more rock 'n' roll snarl to her backing band, at least -- "Breakin' Up Thing" starts off exactly like "Tumbling Dice" for a reason. Elsewhere, there's a forlorn C&W waltz ("The Good Was Great"), a sweet mother-daughter ballad ("Smile") and a boppy George Strait echo ("We're Here for a Good Time"). The flowers might even survive.

About This Album

There just aren't enough pop-country songs about snow, a scarcity Canadian vet Terri Clark aims to rectify here with both metaphors ("Flowers in Snow") and proud I-am-who-I-am anthems ("Northern Girl"). Along with the temperature drop, there's usually a bit more rock 'n' roll snarl to her backing band, at least -- "Breakin' Up Thing" starts off exactly like "Tumbling Dice" for a reason. Elsewhere, there's a forlorn C&W waltz ("The Good Was Great"), a sweet mother-daughter ballad ("Smile") and a boppy George Strait echo ("We're Here for a Good Time"). The flowers might even survive.

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About This Album

There just aren't enough pop-country songs about snow, a scarcity Canadian vet Terri Clark aims to rectify here with both metaphors ("Flowers in Snow") and proud I-am-who-I-am anthems ("Northern Girl"). Along with the temperature drop, there's usually a bit more rock 'n' roll snarl to her backing band, at least -- "Breakin' Up Thing" starts off exactly like "Tumbling Dice" for a reason. Elsewhere, there's a forlorn C&W waltz ("The Good Was Great"), a sweet mother-daughter ballad ("Smile") and a boppy George Strait echo ("We're Here for a Good Time"). The flowers might even survive.