The Katharine Chase Band | The Truth

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The Truth

by The Katharine Chase Band

Americana acoustic rock with a Texas twinge.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. You Do, Don't You
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2. Swing Shift
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3. World Free
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4. Temptation
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5. Maybe You're Right
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6. Dry County
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7. Shovelhead
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8. The Truth
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9. This Nation
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10. Part of the Moon
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Singer/songwriter Katharine Chase, is a familiar name among Northern California music lovers. Katharine has performed throughout the State, opening for such notable artists as Hootie & The Blowfish, Arron Tippen, Elliott Smith, Mary Lou Lord, Exene Cervanka, The Blasters, Chuck Prophet, Red Meat, 4 Non Blondes, Amanda Marshall, Third Eye Blind and Penelope Houston.

The San Francisco Bay Guardian once described her as "a lady with an incredibly huge voice that embraces an intriguing dichotomy of toughness and tenderness.... Her voice is rich with the rhythms of a life's travels and experiences...".

This album was her first major label release from 1997, featuring a full rock band which lead the Americana/Country Rock scene in San Francisco from 1996-1998.


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Sharlene M. Davis

You really have a voice in whatever style you choose
I got this one to hear what music you sang after hearing you in Bamboo room in October. Your unique style carries over from one song to another. The more I listen the more I understand the meaning.I like the country singing better than this CD --Altho I liked the song Truth on this CD.