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The Trouble with The Truth
Patty Loveless
The Trouble with The Truth
Genre: Country
 
Patty Loveless has always had an attractive voice, able to turn pretty melodies into hits, but only in the past few years has she acquired the emotional depth of country's greatest singers. That maturity sets the stage for...  more »

      

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All Artists: Patty Loveless
Title: The Trouble with The Truth
Members Wishing: 0
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Label: Sony Custom Marketing Group
Release Date: 5/4/2008
Genre: Country
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Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1

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Patty Loveless has always had an attractive voice, able to turn pretty melodies into hits, but only in the past few years has she acquired the emotional depth of country's greatest singers. That maturity sets the stage for The Trouble with the Truth. Her husband, former Emmylou Harris bassist Emory Gordy Jr., is the producer, and he keeps the arrangements lean so his wife's stronger, more open voice has room to maneuver. The couple has selected smart, tuneful songs about troubled adult relationships by Jim Lauderdale, Matraca Berg, Gary Nicholson, and Richard Thompson, and Loveless expertly juggles the mixed feelings that accompany so many broken hearts. --Geoffrey Himes

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No trouble here
Jake Z | Canada | 07/08/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Still on a roll, Patty Loveless released THE TROUBLE WITH THE TRUTH in early 1996, and the album spawned some more hit singles for her to put under her belt. The album depends mostly on ballads, though there are some nice uptempo songs thrown in for good measure. The first single, the Matraca Berg penned "You Can Feel Bad", was an instant hit for Loveless. The album also features one of my favorite ballads, "Lonely Too Long", about two people who give into passion then justify it by saying they were lonely too long. It was also a single, and a big hit. "A Thousand Times A Day", a smoldering ballad, was the second single, about not being able to get over someone. It was before recorded by George Jones, who she later dueted with on the 1997 song "You Don't Seem To Miss Me". "She Drew A Broken Heart" was also a single, a fun uptempo song. The album is aptly titled, as the songs seem to fit under that umbrella of what truth is, and what it means. Another highlight is the ballad "I Miss Who I Was With You", "To Feel That Way At All", and the positive album closer "Someday I Will Lead The Parade". The mark of a good album is, the non single tracks, could have easily worked as singles. Overall another strong album from Loveless."