The Desert Rose Band is the first studio album by the American country music/country rock group The Desert Rose Band. It was released June 2, 1987 via MCA/Curb. The album peaked at on the Top Country Albums chart. One Step Forward" (Chris Hillman, Bill Wildes) – 3:22. Love Reunited" (Steve Hill, Hillman) – 2:56. He's Back and I'm Blue" (Robert Anderson, Michael Woody) – 3:05. Leave This Town" (Hillman, Wildes) – 3:07. Time Between" (Hillman) – 2:29.
Chris Hillman – Desert Rose. Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country. Style: Country Rock, Country. RMC 006. Chris Hillman. Desert Rose (Cass, Album).
Album · 1983 · 10 Songs. The International Submarine Band.
Life Goes On (The Desert Rose Band album). Life Goes On is the fifth and final album by the country rock band The Desert Rose Band, released in 1993. By 1994, the band had officially split up. The band reunited for live performances in 2008 to 2010. The album was released by the Curb record label in Europe only, and was never released in the US. The band's final music video, directed by Michael Merriman, was created for the album's leading single "What About Love" which peaked at on the .
Desert Rose Album Cover Art. Vinyl 1. 1 Why You Been Gone So Long. 2 Somebody's Back in Town.
Christopher "Chris" Hillman (born December 4, 1944 in Los Angeles, California) was one of the original members of The Byrds, which in 1965 included Roger McGuinn, Gene Clark, David Crosby and Michael Clarke. With frequent collaborator Gram Parsons, Hillman was a key figure in the development of co. ore . Year: 1984.
Arguably the pioneer of the genre known as Country Rock, Chris Hillman has carved a permanent niche in the history of contemporary American music through his work with such notable bands as The Byrds, The Flying Burrito Brothers and the Desert Rose Band. Chris Hillman: Time Between museum exhibit.
The Desert Rose Band was formed in 1985 by frontman Chris Hillman, formerly a member of The Byrds, and co-founder, along with the late Gram Parsons of the country-rock band The Flying Burrito Brothers. Additional members included John Jorgenson, who was mainly responsible for the instrumental arrangements of the songs; Herb Pedersen for the vocal arrangements. Herb sang the high tenor part above Chris' tenor and each Desert Rose Band album featured Herb on one lead vocal. 1987-1988: The Desert Rose Band. Their eponymous debut album was issued in 1987 on MCA/Curb. It contained their first hit "Ashes of Love" which was a Johnnie & Jack song from the early 1950s. It was the second time Hillman and Pedersen recorded "Ashes of Love," the first being on Hillman's just prior album Desert Rose on the Sugar Hill label.
Artist: Chris Hillman. Chris Hillman - Desert Rose (1997). Brand new: lowest price.
|A1||Why You Been Gone So Long|
|A2||Somebody's Back In Town|
|A3||Wall Around Your Heart|
|A4||Rough And Roudy Ways|
|B1||Running The Roadblocks|
|B2||I Can't Keep You In Love With Me|
|B3||Treasure Of Love|
|B4||Ashes Of Love|
|B5||Turn Your Radio On|
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|SH-3743||Chris Hillman||Desert Rose (LP, Album)||Sugar Hill Records||SH-3743||US||1984|
|RLP 006||Chris Hillman||Desert Rose (LP, Album)||Rocade Records||RLP 006||Norway||1984|
|SPIN 113||Chris Hillman||Desert Rose (LP, Album)||Spindrift||SPIN 113||UK||1984|
|SH 3743||Chris Hillman||Desert Rose (LP, Album)||Sugar Hill Records||SH 3743||Canada||1984|
|RMC 006||Chris Hillman||Desert Rose (Cass, Album)||Rocade Records||RMC 006||Norway||1984|