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When we last heard from Carlene Carter, President Bill Clinton was in his first term. King LeBron James was barely in double digits, age-wise that is. And Shania Twain dominated the country album chart that year with "The Woman In Me." Yup, it's been a long, long time since one of the heirs of the Carter Family heritage has been heard from musically - "Little Acts of Treason" was released in August 1995 to be exact. Carter, the daughter of June Carter Cash and singer Carl Smith and stepdaughter of Johnny Cash, has been through quite a lot since "Little Acts..." hit stores.  ...
Carlene Carter just can't be kept down. Carter certainly does not need to cash in on her famous lineage of the Carters and the Cashes to make a name of herself. After personal and musical ups and downs and changes throughout her career, Carter is back once again, having just released "Little Acts of Treason." And this disc also marks yet another different musical period for Carter. "In a lot of  ...

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