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Desert Radio - Never Play The Man's Game (2015)

14-04-2015, 21:24
Music | Country | Rock

Desert Radio - Never Play The Man's Game (2015)

Artist: Desert Radio
Title Of Album: Never Play The Man's Game
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Country/Rock
Label: Self Produced
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 42:12
Total Size: 102 MB

1. Never And Always (2:39)
2. Tombstone (2:56)
3. Tennessee (3:24)
4. Ten Times A Night (2:08)
5. Same Old Mistakes (3:05)
6. Wait And See (2:57)
7. Nothing Left To Lose (3:44)
8. Love’s A Dying Art (4:30)
9. Face Tomorrow (2:59)
10. Look Down At The Sky (3:35)
11. I Don’t Want To Drown (3:26)
12. Drink, Drank, Drunk (3:02)
13. Vanilla (3:42)

Desert Radio was born at the northernmost edge of the great Sonoran Desert which cuts through the heart of the North America west from Mexico to Canada. Inspired by classic rock n’ roll, outlaw country, Americana and Mexican musìca norteña, Desert Radio recorded and released its first album Asleep at the Wheel in 2007 and played many shows thereafter with kindred spirits such as The Matinée, Dustin Bentall and The Washboard Union. Without the assistance of a record label, tracks from Asleep at the Wheel charted on the Americana Music Association’s terrestrial and online radio charts and Desert Radio’s music was licensed extensively for use in projects such as a Harrison Ford border town movie, a NASCAR tribute to the late Dale Earnhart Sr., a Budweiser online campaign, and even a Romanian beer commercial. Now, after a series of line-up changes, career changes, marriages, children and a lot of writing and recording, Desert Radio is back with a new album Never Play the Man’s Game.
Produced by Desert Radio and Doug Naugler at Vancouver’s Hipposonic, Greenhouse and Naugville Studios, Never Play the Man’s Game continues to dig deep into Desert Radio’s classic influences, while stretching those sounds into something new. The album features friends and special guests Steve Dawson, Sean Verreault, Malcolm Aiken, Janele Woodley, Spencer Capier and the late, great Gaye Delorme. On Never Play the Man’s Game, Desert Radio founders, singer and guitarist Scott Larson and drummer Patrick Aldous, are joined by long-term lead guitarist Kevin Coles and the “new guy”, keyboard player Rick Baker. In the course of recording the record, having tired of watching the band’s rotating cast of bass players, co-producer, engineer and mixer Doug Naugler finally took the “interim” off of his title and joined the band on bass.
A long time in the making, the sound of Never Play the Man’s Game, cuts straight through heart of the West, just like the desert that gave the band its name.

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