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Sara Evans|Three Chords And The Truth

Three Chords And The Truth

Sara Evans

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Coming on like an up-to-date version of Patsy Cline, Sara Evans tosses her hat into the ring for best new female country artist of 1998. Surprisingly, with Three Chords and the Truth, she just may win. This disc rings out with an air of originality helped along by great tunes and solid backup musicianship. Producer Pete Anderson (of Dwight Yoakam fame) helps keep things pared down and centered, giving Evans the opportunity to shine. The title cut is a must for new country fans, while "Imagine That" calls to mind Billie Holiday. All in all, the title of this disc says it all.
© James Chrispell /TiVo

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1
True Lies
00:02:35

Al Anderson, Composer - Al Anderson, Lyricist - Beth Andersen, Background Vocal - Pete Anderson, Arranger - Pete Anderson, Producer - Sara Evans, Composer - Sara Evans, Lyricist - Sara Evans, Performer - Sharon Rice, Composer - Sharon Rice, Lyricist - Tommy Funderburk, Background Vocal

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

2
Shame About That
00:02:03

Jamie O'Hara, Composer - Jamie O'Hara, Lyricist - John Guess, Re-Mixer - Joy Lynn White, Background Vocal - Pete Anderson, Arranger - Pete Anderson, Producer - Sara Evans, Composer - Sara Evans, Lyricist - Sara Evans, Vocal

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

3
Three Chords and the Truth
00:04:04

Aimee Mayo, Composer - Aimee Mayo, Lyricist - Pete Anderson, Arranger - Pete Anderson, Producer - Ron Harbin, Composer - Ron Harbin, Lyricist - Sara Evans, Composer - Sara Evans, Lyricist - Sara Evans, Performer - Tommy Funderburk, Background Vocal

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

4
If You Ever Want My Lovin'
00:02:34

Billy Yates, Composer - Billy Yates, Lyricist - Melba Montgomery, Composer - Melba Montgomery, Lyricist - Pete Anderson, Arranger - Pete Anderson, Producer - Sara Evans, Composer - Sara Evans, Lyricist - Sara Evans, Performer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

5
Imagine That
00:03:23

Justin Tubb, Composer - Justin Tubb, Lyricist - Pete Anderson, Arranger - Pete Anderson, Producer - Sara Evans, Performer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

6
Even Now
00:02:27

Ed Hill, Composer - Ed Hill, Lyricist - Pete Anderson, Arranger - Pete Anderson, Producer - Ron Harbin, Composer - Ron Harbin, Lyricist - Sara Evans, Composer - Sara Evans, Lyricist - Sara Evans, Performer - Tommy Funderburk, Background Vocal

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

7
I Don't Wanna See the Light
00:03:34

Beth Andersen, Background Vocal - Bill Rice, Composer - Bill Rice, Lyricist - Pete Anderson, Arranger - Pete Anderson, Producer - Sara Evans, Composer - Sara Evans, Lyricist - Sara Evans, Performer - Sharon Rice, Composer - Sharon Rice, Lyricist

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

8
I've Got a Tiger By the Tail
00:02:26

Buck Owens, Composer - Buck Owens, Lyricist - Harlan Howard, Composer - Harlan Howard, Lyricist - Pete Anderson, Arranger - Pete Anderson, Producer - Sara Evans, Performer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

9
Unopened
00:03:18

Joy Lynn White, Background Vocal - Leslie Winn Satcher, Composer - Leslie Winn Satcher, Lyricist - Pete Anderson, Arranger - Pete Anderson, Producer - Sara Evans, Performer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

10
Walk Out Backwards
00:02:41

Bill Anderson, Composer - Bill Anderson, Lyricist - Pete Anderson, Arranger - Pete Anderson, Producer - Sara Evans, Performer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

11
The Week the River Raged
00:04:05

Beth Andersen, Background Vocal - Jim Rushing, Composer - Jim Rushing, Lyricist - John Bettis, Composer - John Bettis, Lyricist - Pete Anderson, Arranger - Pete Anderson, Producer - Sara Evans, Composer - Sara Evans, Lyricist - Sara Evans, Performer - Tommy Funderburk, Background Vocal

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

Album Description

Coming on like an up-to-date version of Patsy Cline, Sara Evans tosses her hat into the ring for best new female country artist of 1998. Surprisingly, with Three Chords and the Truth, she just may win. This disc rings out with an air of originality helped along by great tunes and solid backup musicianship. Producer Pete Anderson (of Dwight Yoakam fame) helps keep things pared down and centered, giving Evans the opportunity to shine. The title cut is a must for new country fans, while "Imagine That" calls to mind Billie Holiday. All in all, the title of this disc says it all.
© James Chrispell /TiVo

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