Desert Rose Band - Life Goes On mp3 album
The Desert Rose Band is a US country rock band from California founded by Chris Hillman (formerly of the Byrds and the Flying Burrito Brothers) along with Herb Pedersen and John Jorgenson in 1985. Rounding out the original lineup were Bill Bryson on bass guitar, Jay Dee Maness on pedal steel guitar, and Steve Duncan on drums. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, the band charted several hit singles on the US Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts until disbanding in February 1994.
For the Life Goes On album, the band returned to the production team of Paul Worley and Ed Seay, who had produced the band's first three albums, whilst original guitarist John Jorgenson returned to play on two tracks. On the album, guitarist Jeff Ross stood in for Jorgenson and played on the album, although was replaced by Jim Monahan afterwards, whilst the drummer position was filled by Tim Grogan for touring. In a Billboard Magazine article in the issue of August 14, 1993, author Jim Bessman stated that Desert Rose Band might have called it quits if leading member Chris Hillman hadn’t refused to leave the band's 1991 album True Love as the final "calling card". Hillman was quoted "I couldn't live with that. Any disgruntled artist can point fingers, but we were mildly seduced by the record company to go into a direction which they thought would break us through.
What would you give to be in control To prove over all I say and do If I surrender my heart and soul Can I depend on you What can I do to make you understand There's nothing we have to prove Maybe this time you'll have to make a stand So I can depend on you Baby I'm holding. back going way too slow Two hearts tangled and one won't let go Tell me something I don't know It's easy to show Life Goes On. SOLO.
Life Goes On is the fifth and final album by the country rock band The Desert Rose Band, released by Curb in 1993. The album, produced by Paul Worley and Ed Seay, was the only one from the band not to be issued in North America. The album's lead single, "What About Love", reached No. 71 on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.
Insert sheet of liner notes in Japanese. Catalog number CUR 7514-2 on the spine of the album and CU 7514-2 on the disc. P) + (C) 1993 "All rights of the producer and the owner of the the (sic) recorded work reserved. Unauthorized copying, hiring, lending, public performance and broadcasting of this record prohibited.
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Desert Rose Band-Life Goes On guitar tab, guitar tabs, bass tabs, chords and guitar pro tabs. F D Baby I'm holding back going way too slow F E Two hearts tangled and one won't let go G D Tell me something I don't know G D A E It's easy to show Life Goes On . From The Life Goes On CD Curb Records 1993 Bar None Music/Dusty Sink Music(BMI).
Their self-titled debut album followed in 1987 and spawned a number one hit in "He's Back and I'm Blue," plus two more Top Tens in "Love Reunited" and "One Step Forward. 1988's Running produced the number one smash "I Still Believe in You," the number two "Summer Wind," and the number three "She Don't Love Nobody. 1990's Pages of Life brought their final Top Ten hits in "Story of Love" and "Start All Over Again. This lineup recorded three albums - 1991's True Love and two in 1993, Traditional and Life Goes On - but failed to duplicate the success of the band's first incarnation. After the Desert Rose Band broke up, Hillman and Herb Pedersen continued to work together on a sporadic basis.