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Long Way Home

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2009 album from the Country singer/songwriter. With more than four million albums sold to date and nearly a dozen #1 and Top 10 hits to her credit, Terri Clark has emerged as a singular voice on the Country music landscape - she's driven, passionate, spirited and every bit her own woman. On The Long Way Home, Clark assumes true ownership of her music, making an album to her own truth. The result is a record that captures the tides of adult lives, great passions, and the struggles that mark her journey. It may be The Long Way Home, but songs like 'Gypsy Boots' and 'A Million Ways To Run,' prove that it was absolutely worth the journey for Clark.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Gypsy Boots
  2. If You Want Fire
  3. A Million Ways To Run
  4. What Happens In Vegas (Follows You Home)
  5. Merry Go Round
  6. The One You Love (Feat. Vince Gill)
  7. Poor Girls Dream
  8. If I Could Be You
  9. Tough With Me
  10. You Tell Me (Feat. Johnny Reid)
  11. Gypsy Boots (Acoustic Demo Version)


Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 20, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Capitol
  • ASIN: B002N1AF54
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #182,788 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Prime Cuts: The One You Love, You Tell Me, A Million Ways to Run

Despite her earlier successes with hits like "If I Were You," "When Boy Meets Girl," and "You're Easy on the Eye," Clark's musical muse seem to have kept a distance with her later singles starting from her "Fearless" CD back in 2000. 4 years since her last CD, Clark's back on home tuff with her aptly titled new disc "Long Way Home." Instead of chasing manufactured trails from Music Row, Clark has returned home to Canada to record these 11 tracks. She has also returned to the people who brought her to the dance in collaborating with the song writing team that formerly gave her biggies such as Leslie Satcher, Gary Burr, and Tom Shapiro. Nevertheless, she has not lost an iota of her competitive spirit evident in her enlistment of country music scribal movers and shakers such as Bobby Pinson, Karyn Rochelle and Jim Collins. Relatively to her last few albums, the songs on "Long Way Home" have a more intimate down home organic focus. Perhaps inspired by her mother's recent battle with cancer, Clark's performance is more engaging, real and personal.

The most appealing part of this new CD is Clark's respect for tradition. Though "The One You Love" first surfaced on Clark's "Pain to Kill," this time around Clark resurrects it as a stone cold country ballad deeply entrenched in mournful steel and fiddles and Vince Gill's plaintive harmony vocals. The album's most honest moments come with the devastating "A Million Ways to Run" where Clark tells of an encounter at a church with a lady who has become suicidal. However, instead of running, she has decided to take the hard road of facing up with her demons.
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This woman has had a remarkable attitude toward life and music, ending up making her own path, statements and sound. What I think most women would like, but had to settle for less. Paths like she follows are hard to walk, being on the road for months and delivering night after night, the voice and stage presence that define Terri Clark to her audience.

She has always reminded me of a thematic rebel and a proud lady. So it is refreshing to see her out from under the hat. Somehow, I really can't picture her doing anything else. Sing on, girl! We're listening!
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Terri Clark, the tough broad of country music, is back with a all new CD on a new label and it is about time. In recent times if you are not a young blonde female, you have been overlooked in country music, and Terri sadly has been overlooked in recent times. This probably won't change with this CD release, but Terri makes a great attempt here.
The CD opens with the rowdy "Gypsy Boots" and it shows that Terri has taken control and no one is going to get in her way. My favorite selection on this CD comes next, "If You Want Fire", this is the type of song Terri would have had a top ten hit with when she was younger. The song is catchy and excellently performed.
Also outstanding is the duet with Johnny Reid, "You Tell Me"...true country class.
It is nice to have Terri back and one can only hope that her next release will come much sooner.
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This whole album is excellent. Top 5 songs (in no particular order): Gypsy Boots, If You Want Fire, Tough With Me, What Happens in Vegas, If I Could Be You. Ms. Clark wrote or co-wrote each song and seems autobiographical. Gypsy Boots is a very different song musically than the usual TC music, and I wish she would do more like this. If you are in any way a TC fan, buy it!
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I bought this in 2009 when it first came out. Terri Clark is one of those singers who I have everything she has ever done. And I think every thing she has done is good. Shed quit having hits and radio air play in the prime of her career. Which I dont quite understand. but she still puts out great music. The best songs on here I think are Gypsy Boots which opens the cd. And also ends the cd as a bonus acoustic track. A Million Ways to Run,What Happens In Vegas and Poor Girls Dream. This is one of those cds. That unless your a Terri Clark fan probably isn't very well known. But it deserves to be listened to. Also on the front and back cover. She is not wearing a hat. For a totally different look. She looks like a woman with an attitude. This is a pretty good cd.
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Despite her earlier successes with hits like "If I Were You," "When Boy Meets Girl," and "You're Easy on the Eye," Clark's musical muse seem to have kept a distance with her later singles starting from her "Fearless" CD back in 2000. 4 years since her last CD, Clark's back on home tuff with her aptly titled new disc "Long Way Home." Instead of chasing manufactured trails from Music Row, Clark has returned home to Canada to record these 11 tracks. She has also returned to the people who brought her to the dance in collaborating with the song writing team that formerly gave her biggies such as Leslie Satcher, Gary Burr, and Tom Shapiro. Nevertheless, she has not lost an iota of her competitive spirit evident in her enlistment of country music scribal movers and shakers such as Bobby Pinson, Karyn Rochelle and Jim Collins. Relatively to her last few albums, the songs on "Long Way Home" have a more intimate down home organic focus. Perhaps inspired by her mother's recent battle with cancer, Clark's performance is more engaging, real and personal.

The most appealing part of this new CD is Clark's respect for tradition. Though "The One You Love" first surfaced on Clark's "Pain to Kill," this time around Clark resurrects it as a stone cold country ballad deeply entrenched in mournful steel and fiddles and Vince Gill's plaintive harmony vocals. The album's most honest moments come with the devastating "A Million Ways to Run" where Clark tells of an encounter at a church with a lady who has become suicidal. However, instead of running, she has decided to take the hard road of facing up with her demons.
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