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Album Review

If 2003's Pain to Kill was Terri Clark's venture into country-pop, her 2005 follow-up, Life Goes On, is her return to straight-ahead hard country. But there's a difference between this and her last hard country effort, 2000's Fearless — where that album was devoted primarily to original material, this only has a handful of Clark-penned tunes, all arriving at a cluster toward the end of the record. Since Clark is a strong songwriter, this might initially come as a bit of a disappointment, but she also has a strong ear for material, finding songs that showcase her voice in the best possible light. While the nine professionally written tunes do not stretch the boundaries of neo-traditional contemporary country — they're firmly within their genre and play by its conventions — they're also not run of the mill; they're sturdy, memorable, sharply written songs, and Clark invests them with grit, passion, and an appealing swagger. It also helps that the production — largely by Byron Gallimore but with a couple of cuts by James Stroud — is lean, clean, and muscular, staying true to the sound of classic country while retaining a bright, fresh sound. The end result may not be as revelatory as Fearless or as risky as Pain to Kill, but Life Goes On is every bit as satisfying as either of those records, acting as further proof that Terri Clark is one of the most reliable country singers of the last decade.

Customer Reviews


This album is a bigger bolder Terri. She borrows from the past, brings us some new and makes it all her own. Love the 2nd track DAMN RIGHT and 4th CowboyDays. This is going to become just as big if not bigger than her last album. Well worth the wait Terri!!! Thank you from this city boy's Honky Tonk Heart. :-P

Great CD

This is a very good album. Very pleased with it. Country the way it should be. Thanks Terri ;)


wow this cd is sooo good! it was defintely worth the wait!!! terri really out did herself on this one. Combination of older country with Terri's signature sound! love it!


Born: August 5, 1968 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Like her contemporary Shania Twain, singer/songwriter Terri Clark came storming out of Canada and captured the attention of America's country music industry in the mid-'90s. Where Twain incorporated more rock & roll elements into her music, Clark largely stayed close to her country roots, even if those roots were more new country than hardcore honky tonk. Raised in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Clark (born in Montreal, August 5, 1968) was part of a musical family. Her grandparents, Ray and Betty Gauthier,...
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