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Post  trisha1 on Sun Jan 13, 2013 9:53 am

Live Chat with Terri!
Be sure to tune in Tuesday, January 15th, for Terri’s first live video chat of the year! Start thinking of your best TC-related questions and join Terri as she answers her favorites. The chat will start right here at 6:00 CST next week – see you then!

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Post  trisha1 on Tue Jan 15, 2013 9:45 am

love is a rose is #32 this week on the canadian country chart up 4 spots from last week
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Post  trisha1 on Tue Jan 15, 2013 2:18 pm

site for the live video chat with terri tonight the chat starts at 7 eastern new.livestream.com/terriclark/january2013
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Post  trisha1 on Wed Jan 16, 2013 8:41 am

page to watch terri's video chat from last night new.livestream.com/terriclark/january2013/videos/9439444
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Post  trisha1 on Sun Jan 20, 2013 9:30 am

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPFHOPnP5YQ
Terri singing Hard To Handle at Tooties last night

Terri was also at the Opry last night if you want a file of her singing 2 More Bottles Wine there message me your email
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Post  trisha1 on Mon Jan 21, 2013 7:16 pm

Terri will be featured in the February 4th issue of Country Weekly
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Post  trisha1 on Tue Jan 22, 2013 9:20 am

love is a rose #29 this week on the candian country chart up 3 spots from last week
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Post  trisha1 on Tue Jan 29, 2013 2:19 pm

http://www.terriclark.com/terri-clark-to-release-10th-studio-album-classic-on-january-29-in-us/
TERRI CLARK TO RELEASE 10TH STUDIO ALBUM ‘CLASSIC’ ON January 29 in US

NEW ALBUM FEATURES DUETS WITH REBA, TANYA TUCKER, DIERKS BENTLEY AND OTHERS

January 28, 2013 (Nashville, TN) – Country superstar Terri Clark will release her 10th studio album, Classic, on Tuesday, January 29. The first song shipped to country radio is the classic hit “Golden Ring” with Dierks Bentley joining her on the George Jones and Tammy Wynette smash.

With more than four million albums sold, Clark exploded onto the country music scene in the mid ‘90s, with a unique style heralded as ‘turbo traditional’. Since then the multi-platinum, award-winner has had massive success at country radio and CMT, with hits like “Better Things To Do,” “When Boy Meets Girl,” and “Northern Girl,” to name a few.

Classic spans four decades of timeless country music, and conveys a history of country classics – the deeper you delve into the album, the deeper you find its roots go. It is a Terri Clark record with the spirit of the music that made her who she is.

“I tried really hard to pick a song or two from every decade from the ‘50s to the ‘80s,” says Clark. “This is the type of project I’ve wanted to do my whole life and it represents so many things for me. My family roots, the Opry, my influences, and many of the songs that make up the fabric of country music.”

The result is an album that bears the stamp of influences from heroes – Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn and Emmylou Harris, whom she covers to Tanya Tucker and Reba, who each join Clark for duet versions of their hits “Delta Dawn” and ”How Blue” respectively. Also lending their talent and voices to Classic are friends Jann Arden, Dierks Bentley and Dean Brody.

“The guests on the album are people who’ve influenced me or people I’m a fan of, as artists,” comments Clark. Tanya Tucker was the first guest to sign on for Classic, reprising her 1972 smash and fellow Opry star Dierks Bentley joins her for a remake of the George Jones and Tammy Wynette tale, “Golden Ring.”
Classic Track Listing:

It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels
Love Is A Rose
How Blue (duet with Reba)
Gentle On My Mind
Don’t Come Home A Drinking
Leaving On Your Mind (duet with Jann Arden)
Golden Ring (duet with Dierks Bentley)
Two More Bottles Of Wine
Delta Dawn (duet with Tanya Tucker)
Swinging Doors
Movin’ On (duet with Dean Brody)
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Post  trisha1 on Tue Jan 29, 2013 8:21 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=noDgyZ2nr0o
Terri talking about recording Golden Ring with Dierks Bentley. The song is on Terri's classic cd.
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Post  trisha1 on Fri Feb 08, 2013 8:05 pm

http://blog.gactv.com/blog/2013/02/08/gac-album-review-terri-clarks-classic/
GAC Album Review: Terri Clark’s Classic

Those looking for what traditionalists call country are hereby requested in the listening room. On her tenth studio album, Terri Clark – the Alberta, Canada native with a Music City soul – dishes up 11 of the genre’s most cherished possessions on a strikingly heartfelt collection.

The aptly titled Classic, now available in the states after a Fall Canadian release, draws on songwriting riches including hits such as Loretta Lynn’s “Don’t Come Home A Drinkin’ (With Lovin’ On Your Mind)” and Glen Campbell’s “Gentle On My Mind.” Yes, they’ve long been revered as country standards, but when Terri sings with fiery passion on the former, Many a night I’ve laid awake and cried here all night long, simultaneously scorned and lonely, she injects infectious new energy into the songs with an immediate impact.

Backed by a band that includes such Nashville A-list session players as Brent Mason (electric guitar) and The Time Jumpers’ Paul Franklin (pedal steel), Terri moves decisively through the project that aims to pull two classics from each decade starting with the ‘50s. After setting the mood with an antique recording of Terri’s own grandmother covering Kitty Wells’ “The White Circle On My Finger,” Terri launches into Kitty’s 1952 masterpiece, “It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels,” thrusting headlong into the tune’s timeless story. Too many times married men think they’re still single, she sings with a conviction and technical prowess that quickly establishes the skill to handle the material. And on the Delbert McClinton-penned song Emmylou Harris made famous, the low-end gear jammer, “Two More Bottles of Wine,” Terri’s inflections and tones show off a compelling sincerity.

Terri’s joined throughout the project by a series of guests spanning Nashville to Canada. Dierks Bentley plays George Jones” to Terri’s “Tammy Wynette” on the pawnshop Honky Tonk, “Golden Ring,” and Tanya Tucker guests on “Delta Dawn,” a song Tanya released herself in 1972. Canadian artists Dean Brody (joining on “I’m Movin’ On”) and Jann Arden (on “Leavin’ On Your Mind”) both make their presence felt with stirring performances, especially on the latter that was made famous by Patsy Cline. However, it’s the combination of Reba and Terri on “How Blue” that steals the show. Originally released on Reba’s 1984 album, My Kind of Country, this version of “How Blue” showcases a stunning chemistry between the two, demanding that they work together again in the future.

Terri packs a suitcase full of heartache into the 37-minute collection. On “Swinging Doors,” originally written and released by Merle Haggard, she sings, My new home has a flashing neon sign, with palpable regret after being kicked out of the one with a bed. But throughout it all, it’s her clear love for the works she chooses that gives the record a fresh sound. Even on the album’s most optimistic song, the Neil Young-penned “Love Is A Rose,” her deep respect for the writing comes through in her graceful melodic ease. It’s easy to get wrapped up in the songs on Classic, because even though we may have heard these songs before, Terri’s powerful performance captures an exciting spontaneity, bringing new life to the collection.

Key Tracks – “How Blue,” “It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels,” “Two More Bottles Of Wine,” “Leavin’ On Your Mind”

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Post  trisha1 on Tue Feb 12, 2013 2:05 pm

http://www.terriclark.com/behind-the-scenes-video-terri-clark-dierks-bentley/
Check out the latest behind-the-scenes video from the making of Classic. Join Terri and Dierks in the studio during the recording of “Golden Ring.”

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Post  trisha1 on Tue Feb 12, 2013 6:58 pm

http://www.terriclark.com/im-movin-on-featuring-dean-brody-music-video-preview/
“I’m Movin’ On” (Featuring Dean Brody) – Music Video Preview

Join us in this exclusive behind-the-scenes video for the making of Terri Clark’s latest music video, “I’m Movin’ On” (Featuring Dean Brody). The full music video premieres on CMT.CA Friday, February 15, 2013 and on CMT Canada Top 20 Countdown Saturday, February 16, 2013.
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Post  trisha1 on Fri Feb 15, 2013 8:15 pm

http://www.terriclark.com/classic-review-barnes-noble/
“Classic” Review – Barnes & Noble
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Post  trisha1 on Wed Feb 20, 2013 12:56 pm

http://flyinshoes.ning.com/profiles/blogs/terri-clark-classic-humphead

TERRI CLARK —CLASSIC (Humphead)

Canadian Terri Clark has been making music, good country music for almost twenty years, her music as ever possesses great vitality on Classic. An album of covers, Classic was a good choice by Clark and one where she rose to the challenge —that of doing the oldies proud.

Weaving her way through the 11-song set Clark keeps the music varied, as she drops in on songs made famous and in some cases written by traditional country acts Kitty Wells, Hank Snow, Loretta Lynn, Patsy Cline, Merle Haggard, George & Tammy, Tanya Tucker to go with Linda Ronstadt, Emmylou Harris, Glen Campbell and Reba (McEntire).

And if that weren’t all, Tanya and Reba drop by to join her for on covers of ‘Delta Dawn’ (and the combination works great, Tucker sounding a great deal better than I have heard her recently) and ‘How Blue’ respectively. Clark also duets with current hot act Dirk Bentley on George & Tammy’s big hit ‘Golden Ring’. The fun doesn’t stop there either, as Dean Brody lends vocal support on Hank Snow's ‘I’m Movin’ On’ and you have Jann Arden lend support on Cline’s heart tugging ballad ‘Leavin’ On Your Mind’, and though not my favourite of hers the duo do a fine job of the lazy, piano and steel guitar warmed number.

Clark ever since she started out showed a love of the uptempo songs and takes big time to the likes of Loretta’s ‘Don’t Come A Drinkin’ (With Loving On Your Mind), powerful ballad ‘Golden Ring’ (that her and Bentley pile it on) and Ronstadt’s ‘Love Is A Rose’ plus a smoking ‘Two More Bottles Of Wine’ (plied in the fiddle of Stuart Duncan, piano of John Hobbs and steel guitar of Paul Franklin plus lead guitar, boy doesn't she kicks butt). Others of note include her sensitive reading of Campbell’s ‘Gentle On My Mind’, written by the late John Hartford it shows the other side of Clark as draws on her experience for all she's worth. What a fine track!
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Post  trisha1 on Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:59 pm

http://www.terriclark.com/terri-on-patsy-cline-billboard-country-update/
Terri on Patsy Cline – Billboard Country Update

Terri is featured in Billboard Country Update’s Patsy Cline Tribute!

“Patsy and Loretta Lynn may be the two most influential female artists in our genre of all time, as far as influencing generations to come,” says Terri Clark, who remade Cline’s “Walkin’ After Midnight” for a 2003 tribute album, Remembering Patsy Cline, and rerecorded “Leavin’ on Your Mind” with Jann Arden for the recently released album Classic. “Patsy influenced Reba [McEntire], who influenced me, and I’m influencing some girl right now.”

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Post  trisha1 on Tue Feb 26, 2013 9:51 am

Terri new single (with Dean Brody) Im Movin On debut at #44 this week on the canadian country chart
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Post  trisha1 on Tue Mar 05, 2013 8:33 am

Im Movin On is #40 this week on the canadian country chart up 4 spots from last week
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Post  trisha1 on Wed Mar 06, 2013 7:11 pm

http://www.cowichannewsleader.com/entertainment/191853491.html

Terri Clark digs deep into her roots



A blast from the past may just be what folks checking out country chick Terri Clark at the Cowichan Theatre Saturday are in for.



The country icon, who made her debut at the Cowichan Theatre in 2009, will be strumming tunes from her latest album, Classic, including country staples Love is a Rose, Gentle on My Mind, Leavin' on Your Mind, and How Blue.



Clark's Classic spans four decades of country music and conveys the history of several of the genre's hit songs.



"It is a Terri Clark record with the spirit of the music that made her who she is," Clark's promotional material reads.



"After nearly 20 years since I started my first studio album, it’s always exhilarating to finish another one, however this one was special to me in so many ways," explained Clark in blog entry.



"Family, Opry, Tootsie’s, and a tribute to the artists that inspired me. Having Reba, Dierks, Jann, Tanya, and Dean share in that joy brought it all together in so many ways, and reminded me once more why I began this love affair with country music 30-plus years ago in the first place."



The result is an album that features influences from heroes Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn and Emmylou Harris, whom she covers to Tanya Tucker and Reba McEntire, who join Clark for duet versions of their hits Delta Dawn and How Blue.



Also lending their talent and voices to Classic are Clark's buddies Jann Arden, Dierks Bentley and Dean Brody.



Clark's March 9 performance will be her second time gracing the Cowichan Theatre's stage.



Clark and cronies received stellar reception from a packed house as well as "10 boots out of 10" from NLP arts reporter Peter W. Rusland during her debut.



"Backed by a kick-arse band of pros — who might have issued albums of their own — Clark gave the packed house a taste of her homespun humour, compassion and might musical talents," wrote Rusland in his review.



"...It was perhaps Clark's touching tribute to her cancer-survivor mom — who was in the crowd for her daughter's island exclusive — that registered most with Cowichan fans," he said of Clark's 2009 appearance.



Clark's eighth studio album Roots and Wings released in 2011 includes the track Smile, a song she wrote for her mom after she lost her battle to cancer.



Clark's numerous albums have accounted for more than 20 singles, including six chart-toppers, If I Were You, Poor Poor Pitiful Me, Emotional Girl, In My Next Life, Girls Lie Too and You're Easy on the Eyes.







Saturday's stage will be warmed by country chicklet Kira Isabella.







Your ticket



What: Terri Clark, with special guest Kira Isabella



When: March 9, 7:30 p.m.



Where: Cowichan Theatre



Tickets: $45. 250-748-7529.
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Post  trisha1 on Thu Mar 07, 2013 7:09 pm

http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/the-615/1551098/terri-clark-brings-dierks-bentley-reba-along-for-classic-album

Terri Clark Brings Dierks Bentley, Reba Along for 'Classic' Album

It can be interesting sometimes how great minds think alike. If you need proof of this, talk to Terri Clark about her new covers disc, entitled "Classic."

"The president of my record label in Canada came to me and asked if I would do an album of country classics," she told Billboard, adding that the idea was one that she had dreamed of for a long time. "Of course, I just did back flips."

"Classic" allows Clark a chance to share some family musical memories, as she does on the cover of Kitty Wells' "It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels." The track kicks off with an archival recording of the deep catalog Wells hit "The White Circle On My Finger" from someone the singer is very familiar with.

"The intro is actually my grandmother. She and my grandfather played country music professionally in the clubs of Montreal. They would wear the hats and the fringed outfits. They looked like Roy Rogers and Dale Evans. They opened shows for Johnny Cash and George Jones, and my grandfather tells tales about sitting up all night drinking whiskey with Little Jimmy Dickens."

She added, "Country music is such a legacy in my family. They actually did some recording back in the 50s in a studio with their band. A friend of my grandmother handed me this vinyl album one day when I was a teenager and said 'Your nanny is singing on this. I want you to take good care of it.' At the time, I still had a turntable, so I put it on and started to listen to it. I thought 'Someday when I'm a famous country singer. I'm going to do something with this.' A lot of people think it's Kitty until they read the liner notes and find out it's my grandmother."

Recording Reba McEntire's 1984 hit "How Blue" took Clark back in time on a personal level, as Clark recalled her album My Kind Of Country. "She's on the cover in blue jeans, belt buckle, and a vest looking like a rodeo queen," related the singer. "You look at my image, and I'm still wearing that stuff. There was such a clarity and genuine purity to her voice that I loved. I would sit in the kitchen while my mother was cooking dinner and sing 'How Blue,' and do the harmony part. I would try to sing both parts."

Clark didn't have to harmonize with herself this time, as McEntire joined her live on the track. "Fast forward to today, we were in the studio, and she was singing that part standing next to me. She sang through it in thirty seconds, and then said 'Well, what else do you want me to do?"

Other guests on the album include Jann Arden ("Leavin' On Your Mind"), Tanya Tucker ("Delta Dawn"), and Dierks Bentley -- who plays the George Jones part to Clark's Wynette on "Golden Ring." Of her collaboration with Bentley, Clark said "Dierks loves traditional country, and he's one of the artists that honors that in so many levels."

When asked if she felt any pressure putting her stamp on the eleven cuts on the disc, she struck a realistic tone. "I can only open my mouth and sound like myself when I'm not trying to mimic somebody else. You can't really think about it too much, and you just have to be natural. There's an unspoken respect with every one of these songs that you don't try to paint over the Mona Lisa. The original versions of these songs will always stand the test of time. I'm just a bit of different voice bringing them up to 2013."

The disc is available via her website at www.TerriClark.com, Amazon, and iTunes, as well as at Barnes & Noble. The singer will be touring Canada through the end of April to promote the release, and will be hitting the U.S. later in the year.
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http://www.vernonmorningstar.com/entertainment/196992891.html

The hat still fits Canada’s Terri Clark

Terri Clark’s got her hat back on.



The last time the Canadian country music star was in Vernon, during 2009’s Long Way Home tour, she had removed her trademark black Stetson for some of her publicity stills.



The move, she says, was a personal one.



“Long Way Home was a sombre album for me. My mom had cancer at that time. She’s since passed away,” said Clark on the phone with The Morning Star.



Going through what she calls survivor’s remorse after her mother’s death, Clark eventually got back in the saddle to record 2011’s Roots and Wings. The album featured reflective songs such as Northern Girl, and a few party wranglers such as Trooper’s We’re Here for a Good Time.



“When a member of your family is terminally ill, it’s like a roller coaster ride, so when my mom was set free, musically and personally I went through a rebirth. I wanted to celebrate life again, so I put my hat back on,” said Clark.



About to return to Vernon Wednesday, Clark continues to celebrate the past and present with her new album Classic, which features songs she grew up on.



“Every song on Classic has ties into the past. It transported me to the time I sang with my grandparents or when I was nine singing Delta Dawn, or when my mom was singing with me.”



Then there’s the song, Two More Bottles of Wine, also on the album, which Clark says reminds her of the time she opened for George Strait.



Way before that experience, and even before moving to the Hat (Medicine Hat, that is) and Nashville, Clark grew up in the decidedly non-country city of Montréal.



The spawn of a musical family, Clark’s maternal grandparents, who raised five kids, were known country artists who performed in Montréal nightclubs.



Clark’s grandmother was nicknamed the Canadian Kitty Wells, and it’s her voice that can be heard singing Wells’ This White Circle on my Finger on Classic just before Clark kicks in with another Wells’ classic, It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels.



Another song heard on the album goes back to when Clark was an elementary school student.



“One of the first songs I learned to play on my guitar was Tanya Tucker’s Delta Dawn,” said Clark, who even asked the Opry legend to visit the Nashville studio, where Clark recorded Classic, to reprise her 1972 hit.



Another one of Clark’s idols, Reba McEntire, also visited the studio to record a duet to her 1984 song, How Blue.



“I never would have thought when I was young that I would have Reba and Tanya Tucker singing their songs on my album,” said Clark adding Dierks Bentley also came in to record with her George Jones and Tammy Wynette’s Golden Ring.



“They were all so gracious with their time. I made a list of the names I wanted to sing some of these songs with me. I thought not all of them would be able to do it, but I ended up with two-times the number of duets that I had originally thought because they all said yes.”



After making a name for herself around Alberta, Clark first went down to Music City in ‘87, with the encouragement of her mother. After scoring a record deal in ‘94, she hit the road, a bona fide country star, and says she really hasn’t looked back.



Although she still lays her hat in Nashville to record and play the Grand Ol’ Opry (Clark became a member of the country institution in 2004), she rarely spends any length of time there these days as she is either touring or resting at one of her homes in Canada, including the Ontario cottage where she likes to spend her summers.



“I went to Nashville to get into the industry and I’ve seen a lot of changes since with technology and the downloading of music. There used to be at least 10 labels down there, now there’s only two,” she said. “There are more cliques there now. It used to be the best, kept secret. Now it’s more Hollywood than it used to be.”



After splitting with her label some years back, Clark has independently produced her last three albums and says she has enjoyed the creative freedom. She, along with her longtime co-producer/engineer, Jeff Jones, worked together to bring Classic to life.



“I trust him with the details and the administrative stuff so I can stay focussed on the creative stuff and not slave over my vocals. You have to trust someone for that,” she said.



With her Canadian tour winding its way through B.C. this month, Clark is also looking forward to this summer when she returns to the cottage for some R&R, with a side trip to Ottawa to play for the Canada Day festivities.



“I will probably play Northern Girl for that one,” she hinted.



Fans attending her Vernon show can expect that song, along with a number of Clark’s other big hits, and, of course, those classic songs from her new album that have helped place her hat back where it belongs.



Wednesday’s concert with Terri Clark starts at the Performing Arts Centre at 7:30 p.m. Opening is up-and-coming country artist Kira Isabella. Tickets are $48, available at the Ticket Seller box office, 549-7469, www.ticketseller.ca.

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http://www.mjtimes.sk.ca/Local/News/2013-03-24/article-3206516/Terri-Clark-parties-like-a-Northern-Girl-at-Mosaic-Place/1

Terri Clark parties like a Northern Girl at Mosaic Place

With coloured lights and dancing it felt much like a party at Mosaic Place Saturday night.

“I hear you’ve had a little snow. A little snow will never stop a real Northern Girl,” said Terri Clark near the beginning of her concert to a screaming audience. “I say let’s meet up after the show and go tobogganing at midnight.”

With the audience cheering her on in full force, Clark played a mix of old and new hits in her 90-minute set, including Girls Lie Too, Two More Bottles of Wine, Gentle on My Mind, Better Things To Do and Dirty Girl.

Her concert used a screen behind her that showed images related to a specific song from time to time, such as displaying fire when she sang If You Want Fire. Colouful lights shone from the stage, further illuminating the performance.

During a number of her songs people danced along, including couples dancing in the aisles or near the back of the arena. Clark had continued audience interaction, telling stories of times past and encouraging the audience to sing along with some of her songs. One of those songs the audience sang along with was In My Next Life, which Clark described as her “ultimate party song.”

Michelle Stromberg and Kristen Lavesseur from Regina described the show as “fantastic” and “awesome.”

“I haven’t seen her in 10 years and she blows me away every time,” said Stromberg. “It absolutely 100 per cent lived up to my expectations.”

Other fans, including Annette Quarrell, Parker Brown, Mitch Owen and Stacey Levins all from Regina, also shared that same level of enthusiasm. Quarrell said it was a good “bang for your buck.”

“It was unreal,” said Brown. “It was awesome.”

“Yeah, you can’t beat it,” added Owen. “It was great.”

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