Greatest Hits: A Dozen Roses
Download links and information about Greatest Hits: A Dozen Roses by The Desert Rose Band. This album was released in 1992 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 39:34 minutes.
|Artist:||The Desert Rose Band|
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|2.||One Step Forward||3:24|
|3.||He's Back and I'm Blue||3:07|
|4.||She Don't Love Nobody||2:57|
|6.||I Still Believe In You||4:12|
|8.||Start All Over Again||4:30|
|9.||Story of Love||2:32|
|10.||Will This Be the Day||3:28|
|11.||Come a Little Closer||4:00|
|12.||Price I Pay||2:58|
Collectively, Chris Hillman and Herb Petersen brought over 40 years’ worth of musical experience to the Desert Rose Band. Along with relative newcomer John Jorgenson, they scored a sustained run of country radio hits, most of which are gathered on A Dozen Roses. During their late-‘80s/early-‘90s prime, the DRB combined Hillman and Petersen’s seasoned skills as singers and multi-instrumentalists with Jorgenson’s prowess as a bold yet tasteful lead guitarist. The band’s material matched grown-up lyrical insights with a blend of Bakersfield honkytonk and bluegrass motifs. Tracks like “Love Reunited,” “Summer Wind” and “Story of Love” showcase the group’s sharply-tailored harmonies and sure feel for upbeat melodies. Hillman invokes his storied past with the Byrds and the Flying Burritos Brothers on folk-rocking numbers like “She Don’t Love Nobody.” Other tunes, most notably “Hello Trouble,” offer a tip of the hat to the hard country sounds of yesteryear. Throughout, DRB pedal steel player Jay Dee Maness adds sparkle with his dancing counterpoint lines.