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CD: Terri Matern – The Songs, The Voice

Matern –
The Songs, The Voice

Label: Mega International
Distributed Worldwide on all major
digital download sites including  i
Produced By Doc
Recorded at QUAD Studios, Nashville
TN. with the legendary Nashville Studio “A” Team
Ok this is going to be an easy one
for me, What happens when you put a legendary producer Doc Holiday, into a
studio in Nashville surrounded by Hall of fame musicians and then bring in a
living Legend “Doug “The Ragin’ Cajun” Kershaw” and then, add the nephew (Bobby
Bradley) of a man they call the Architect of country music, Owen Bradley and
then,  gently add the haunting voice
of the newest star in the Nashville sky “Terri Matern? You get a hit album, it’s
that simple
Track #1  Party Through The Night (Terri Matern
and Doug Kershaw Duet)
Sounds like a strange mixture huh?
The Doctor makes it work like a charm, The blend of the Marrianne Faithfull
smooth vocal of Terri Matern and the raw Cajun vocal and fiddle playing of The
Ragin’ Cajun delivers a fresh but yet familiar  sound of country that has long been
forgotten in today’s Industry
This one is a
Track #2  Terri goes out on her own with a Doug
Matern penned song titled “Tonight”
it’s smooth easy going approach to an age old subject is hypnotic .
Track #3  By The Bay,, Hello Kenny Chesney
Country, Imagine a Caribbean feel with a traditional country steel guitar and
then add tropical steel drums, top it all off with that innocent smooth voice of
Terri, AMAZINE!!
There are 12 songs on this release
and they just keep getting better and better as I go down the list. Usually, I
listen to maybe a ½ of each song and then write down my feelings about the song,
but this release had me listening to them all in their entirety. A refreshing
change from the cookie cutter. Look alike, sound alike, Nashville sound that has
become the norm in today’s country music industry.
A great album!!! 5 Very Big
CD Review by That Record Guy, Austin,
Texas for Country Music News International

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