Track: Sorrowful Truth
“My favorite track, “Sorrowful Truth”, moves with great thoughtfulness, but nothing like the mournful plod the title implies. As it accelerates toward the end, throwing on playful woodwind hooks and humming wordless choir, we start to grasp White’s message: that when sorrow and truth come into competition, only one can triumph. Sorrow may be necessary, but truth is brimming with vitality and might.” — Kevin L. Nenstiel
” ‘Sorrowful Truth’: Here the music is seduced by gravity. It is pulled down to earth just like the truth always is: raw, naked, and difficult to accept at times, but always beautiful just like the melodies in this piece.” — Dr. Lee D. Carlson
” ‘Sorrowful Truth’, the real highlight of the album. Unique, fantastic background. Catchy, melodic drum-roll with violin and picked strings. Vangelis meets 007. Love it!” — Jonathan Raimer
” ‘Sorrowful Truth’ along with the first track [‘Mirage’], are my favorites. This song uses a wide display of violins and percussion for a soothingsong that is neither depressing nor too fast. There’s an aura of a bird in flight during this song.” — Connie G. Scammell
” ‘Sorrowful Truth’ is my favorite and is simply breathtaking.” — Geraldine Ahearn
” This is my favourite track from the album What’s Real?. It is beautiful. It is peaceful, tranquil and yet has a haunting note of sadness. The addition of violin sounds and the teasing comfortable beat make this track so memorable.” — Cheryl M-M
“Sorrowful Truth” track is used as the background music of “They are Cruel” poem video.