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Life Goes On CD

4.2 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

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Graced with three Platinum Albums, Terri Clark is one of the most unique voices in country music. She is one of very few female country artists who is truly an accomplished guitar player, a rarity in country music. Raised in Alberta, Canada, it was a long road she traveled to reach the heights she has achieved today. Terri's newest album, Life Goes On was ten years in the making - about real people and real situations. It brings Clark full circle, back to the things that first interested her in country music. The album recalls the days when line dancing was a national phenomenon, country music was on fire, and honky tonks were packed with people listening to Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson and Trisha Yearwood. Mercury. 2005.

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Don't expect any surprises from Life Goes On, this mostly uptempo showcase for one of modern country's more buoyant singers. After all, Terri Clark's made a 10-year career of wrapping her big-boned voice around stories of dreamers, lovers, and the heartbroken and turning them into hits, expertly and brightly accompanied by crack session musicians. Nonetheless, there are some outstanding performances here. The title track and "Damn Right" are pure pop, the former a catchy nod to the joys of life's Zen-like surprises, the latter a rhyme-packed ditty about an ex-lover. "I Wish He'd Been Drinkin' Whiskey" veers into classic tear-in-your-beer territory with its sobering tale of a split-up. The autobiographical piano ballad "Travelin' Soul" waxes about the joys and insecurities that come with the pursuit of dreams and gives Clark a chance to explore the soft side of her singing. She stays in heartbreak territory for the Dobro-and-acoustic-guitar-charged "Everybody's Gotta Go Sometime" and the stomping "Tear It All Down." And "Slow News Days" is one of her rare topical numbers, gently admonishing our media-mad culture and urging people to look to their hearts rather than the headlines for what's best about humanity. --Ted Drozdowski
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 1, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Mercury Nashville
  • ASIN: B0009X6VEM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,788 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Amanda Richards HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on January 18, 2006
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Shania's got company! Here comes another Canadian beauty with a country heart and a crossover urge, which she satisfies on some of the tracks on this album.

With seven albums under her studded belt, Terri Clark has been around the country music scene since 1995, singing about love, loss, tears and lies, with all the usual trimmings, but on this album she lets loose with some pop, some honky tonk and a lot of energy.

Leading off with the pop-country "Life Goes On" the album launches itself with a blast, and just keeps going from there. Songs to remember are first single "She Didn't Have Time"; the toe tappin' "Cowboy Days"; the hi-energy and very funny "Honky Tonk Song"; the mellow "Travelin' Soul"; "Damn Right" and "Tear It All Down".

Maybe not classic country, but a fun, upbeat album for easy listening and a little boot stompin'

Amanda Richards, January 19, 2006
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As I live in a city in Mexico near U.S. I don'thave the opportunity to go to many concerts I wish I could, it would imply to spend a lot of money, the only possible way would be to wait until some of my favorite singers came to Texas... but that's not the point...

I have just bought this CD and all I can say is that almost every song in the album would be a great hit on the radio.

Some of my favorites on it are:

1. She Didn't Have Time

2. Not Enough Tequila and

3. Travelin' Soul
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Terri Clark returns with a new album LIFE GOES ON, after she released a greatest hits last year. I had the pleasure of seeing her live this summer and Terri is quite the entertainer. She sang a lot of songs from this new cd. The first single is the emotional ballad "She Didn't Have Time", about a single mother and the struggles she faces. She does some great uptempos like the title track, "Honky Tonk Song", "Damn Right", and others. She also gets personal on tracks like "Travelin Soul" and "Slow News Day". In the liner notes for the CD, she says that it's the album she came to Nashville to make. In concert she told us that it was a labor of love, and it took a few years to complete, but now it's finally here! Overall a strong album from Terri!
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This album snapshots life. Some of the greatest moments--some not as great. The lyrics are a reflection of what we all think and what some experience. The heartfelt presentation of the ups and downs create a vibrant album that will have you singing the tunes and tapping the beats,as you reflect on your current situation. Even though there may not be enough tequila in Mexico, life goes on ,and it's sad and its sweet, and Terri will continue to create the great hits of our time. Thanks for some great tunes to reflect upon life, as it goes on.
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By john thomas on September 25, 2015
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I bought this in 2005 when it first came out. I am always glad when Terri Clark comes out with anything new. This cd didn't have any big hits. And I dont think it really sold all that well. The songs on it are good. The title song Life Goes On,Cowboy Days, are highlights, She does the song Not Enough Tequila very well. The whole cd is good.
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I had the pleasure of seeing Terri Clark live this year. If you get a chance to see her, take that opportunity because she puts on a hell of a show! She's very energetic and just an all around great entertainer. This is her first new studio album since 2003's PAIN TO KILL and last year's GREATEST HITS. The first single is the poignant ballad "She Didn't Have Time" about a single mother doing her best and finding love again. "Travelin Soul" is a nice ballad where Terri asks her lover if he can love her traveling soul. There's some great honky tonk uptempos like the bluesy "Honky Tonk Song", the pop-country uptempos "Life Goes On" and "Damn Right". Terri wrote the last three songs on the album, and a highlight is "Slow News Day" a ballad where Terri sings about how sad it is to watch the news since it's all bad news. Overall a great CD from a reliable country artist!
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This is another great album by one of the only true female country music artist left in country music. Terri Clark juest seems to keep getting better with each new album she releases. There is not a weak track to be found on this CD either. A must have for any fan of true country music.
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Okay, I give it 3 and a half stars, but considering that I would give everything else she has recorded either 4 and a half or five (well, in honest, fair comparison to all the other popular, contemporary artists out there), that is a slide down. Everything that was right about her career and style she seems to be disowning. I liked Pain to Kill, simply because I think no other guitarist/vocalist could have pulled a such a pop country album off with such sincerity, but I could read the handwriting on the wall. The people who had no appreciation for Fearless have basically forced her to record other people's crappy songs--oh, I'm sure that no one else could have sung them as well as she did here--and have basically made sure that she has no room to fly anymore. But I guess she wants to be a star now. There are a few good tracks off of this C.D, and at least it's entertaining. I don't want to seem harsh, but I think she needs a wake-up call. She is too good of an artist to be pandering to the blathering masses who think that "I wanna be mad" is the best thing she ever recorded. But whatever, five superb albums was way too many...and maybe this is just a rough spot. The guy who wrote the 1 star review was a little harsh, but at least he seems to be the only one of this bunch of reviewers who has a sense of what is good music. Although not exclusively a country fan, I tend to think that if you play within a certain genre, you should be 1.innovative 2.clever and 3.original going about it. These three things are all the things that contemporary country is not...and it makes me sick. I don't get upset if there are no banjos or fiddles, I just want something with artistic credibility. I hope Terri happens to be reading through these reviews and spot that she has upset a die-hard fan. I think she needs a kick in the pants for this C.D.
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