Sunday, February 17, 2008

Desert Rose Band - Desert Rose Band

The Desert Rose Band was formed in 1985 by Chris Hillman, formerly a member of The Byrds, and 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.
Their eponymous debut album was issued in 1987. It contained their first hit, Ashes of Love. Their debut also feature a remake of Chris Hillman's Time Between, which he previously recorded as a member of The Byrds.

11 comments:

uros said...

Thank you for this one.Anyway that I never heard for them. But I like west coast sound, country rock and sweet melodies.

TheSeeker said...

@uros
Seems you're faster than me this time:-)
Tanks for your comment.

So here's the link:

http://lix.in/77bfc5fd

TheSeeker said...

Re-upload is here:

http://lix.in/9aed7e45

uros said...

Thank you for the new links.

Dr.P said...

Great. Gracias

wkc said...

thank you for the Desert Rose shares and especially for taking time to reup them.

ricinoz said...

Just found your site - it's great - so much music I haven't seen for years. Thanks heaps

Cohalen said...

Brilliant Site! I have over 1k vinyl still (from a collection of over 3k) and getting them/finding them on cd or in mp3 format has been daunting. Finding this resource is truly a blessing. Nice to finally hear my old music once again.
(I just bought Leadon's Natural Progressions cd after years on missing it. If only I'd found this a few weeks earlier!)

wkc said...

Thanks for all your shares. Had some computer problems lately would love to have a reup of this share if possible. Thank you

TheSeeker said...

@wkc:

Link is available.

wkc said...

Gettin' so old that my eyes get in the way and I don't see straight.

Sorry to bother you, but gives me another chance to say say thanks for all your time and efforts.

Link works great