Their self-titled debut album consists of ballads, originals, and cover songs such as “Why Don’t Ya Love Me?”, “Why Baby Why”, and the Frank Sinatra song “Somethin’ Stupid”. The album also includes two originals written by Laura Rogers: “Tennessee Me” and “Waste the Day”. The album was recorded in two weeks at Blackbird studios. Their eleven-song debut was produced by Dave Cobb, who has worked with artists such as Waylon Jennings and Jamey Johnson, and also executive produced by T-Bone Burnett. The Secret Sisters brought in studio musicians such as steel guitar player Robbie Turner and pianist Pig Robbins. Also included on the album is a “cover” of the 60s rock song by then teenage singer Nancy Baron “I’ve got a Feeling”, written by Wally Zober and C. Laverne. The album was also recorded with classic analog equipment. The production team and the Sisters utilized vintage microphones and classic recording techniques, down to the same type of tape they would have used fifty years ago. The album was released October 12, 2010. Laura tried to describe the experience by expressing:
“In so many ways we are still the same kids who would perform songs in our parents’ room, when we sang about silver threads and golden needles and cold-hearted snakes, and all that. Even with everything that’s happened — getting that dream chance to make our own album, I really believe we’ve just found where we’re supposed to be.”
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