After detouring into more traditional gospel and hymn-oriented work, Twila Paris returns to the adult contemporary style for which she's best known, and which made 1996's Where I Stand her most popular record. True North is a solidly constructed record, aimed squarely at radio airplay and highlighted by a few strong, obvious singles, which help make up for the occasional lackluster track. There's no new ground broken here for Paris; it's just another fine album that will appeal to longtime fans.
True North Review
by Steve Huey