Sons of the Desert - Change mp3 downloadPerformer: Sons of the Desert
Style: Contemporary Country
Location: Ocean Way Recording, Los Angeles CA
Released: June 13, 2000
Size MP3 version: 1610 mb
Size FLAC version: 1535 mb
Size WMA version: 1624 mb
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Sons of the Desert - Change mp3 download
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Change is the second and final album released by American country music band Sons of the Desert. It was released in 2000 on MCA Nashville, and contains the singles "Change", "Everybody's Gotta Grow up Sometime" and "What I Did Right". Albuquerque" was originally recorded by the band in the late 1990s for an unreleased second album for Epic Records, their former label. Goodbye to Hello" (Doug Virden, Drew Womack, Tim Womack) – 4:09. Albuquerque" (Stephonie Seekel, Chris Lindsey) – 3:19.
Sons of the Desert was an American country music band founded in 1989 in Waco, Texas. Its most famous lineup consisted of brothers Drew Womack (lead vocals) and Tim Womack (lead guitar, background vocals), along with Scott Saunders (keyboards), Doug Virden (bass guitar, background vocals), and Brian Westrum (drums). The band released Whatever Comes First for Epic Records Nashville in 1997, and recorded a second album for Epic which was not released. Change followed in 2000.
Album by Sons of the Desert. Everybody's Gotta Grow Up Sometime. Too Far To Where You Are. I Need To Be Wrong Again. That's The Kind Of Love You're In. Real Fine Love.
Sons of the Desert signed to MCA Nashville Records in October 1999. The band's first album for MCA, titled Change, was released a year later. The label also shifted the band's focus to just the Womack brothers and Virden. Saunders and Westrum still performed with the band, but were no longer considered official members; further, Westrum did not perform on Change, with session drummer Steve Brewster contributing in his place. Sons of the Desert exited the label and broke up. Drew Womack recorded a solo album for Smith Music Group in 2003 which featured several contributions from the band's other members, and a re-recording of "Leaving October". In 2012, Womack released his first solo album in nearly a decade, Sunshine to Rain, following surgery to rebuild a vertebrae in his spine.
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Sons of the Desert took their name from the classic 1933 Laurel and Hardy movie of the same name about a nutty pair who sneak off to a fraternal convention without telling their wives. The group consists of Drew Womack, who is the lead singer and acoustic guitarist; his older brother Tim Womack, a vocalist who also plays guitar; Doug Virden, on the bass; Scott Saunders, who plays the piano and organ; and drummer Brian Westrum. Group formed, 1989; released debut album Whatever Comes First on Epic Records, 1997; released Change on MCA Nashville, 2000. Awards: Country Music Association Award (with Lee Ann Womack ), Single of the Year for I Hope You Dance, 2000; Academy of Country Music Awards (with Lee Ann Womack ), Single of the Year, Song of the Year, Vocal Event of the Year for I Hope You Dance, 2001.
|1||Goodbye to Hello Doug Virden / Drew Womack / Tim Womack||Sons of the Desert||4:09|
|2||Albuquerque Chris Lindsey||Sons of the Desert||3:19|
|3||What I Did Right Sonny LeMaire / Drew Womack||Sons of the Desert||4:48|
|4||Everybody's Gotta Grow Up Sometime Chris Lindsey||Sons of the Desert||3:28|
|5||Too Far to Where You Are Don Pfrimmer||Sons of the Desert||3:36|
|6||I Need to Be Wrong Again Monty Powell / Drew Womack||Sons of the Desert||3:56|
|7||That's the Kind of Love You're In Randy Albright / Drew Womack||Sons of the Desert||4:33|
|8||Real Fine Love John Hiatt||Sons of the Desert||4:20|
|9||Blue Money Greg Barnhill / Jim Daddario||Sons of the Desert||4:56|
|10||Change Mark Selby / Craig Wiseman||Sons of the Desert||3:23|
|11||Ride Drew Womack||Sons of the Desert||5:36|
CreditsRandy Albright - Composer
Greg Barnhill - Composer
Mike Bradley - Engineer, Mixing
Steve Brewster - Drums, Percussion
David Campbell - Conductor, String Arrangements
Mark Capps - Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant
Jim Daddario - Composer
Greg Droman - Mixing
Paul Franklin - Guitar
Todd Gunnerson - Mixing
Jim Herrington - Photography
John Hiatt - Composer
Brad Hills - Management
Suzy Kipp - Wardrobe
Adruitha Lee - Groomer
Sonny LeMaire - Composer
Chris Lindsey - Composer
Don Pfrimmer - Composer
Monty Powell - Composer
Scott Saunders - Organ (Hammond), Piano, Synthesizer
Mark Selby - Composer
Emil Shapach - Assistant Engineer
Johnny Slate - Management, Producer
Sons of the Desert - Primary Artist
Keith Urban - Banjo
Doug Virden - Bass, Composer, Electric Autoharp, Vocals (Background)
Hank Williams - Mastering
John Willis - Banjo, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric)
Craig Wiseman - Composer
Drew Womack - Composer, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Kazoo, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Tim Womack - Composer, Engineer, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Vocals (Background)
Mark Wright - Production Director