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Some People Change went gold in 2006 with three hits on the country charts, starting with an inspired title track that was first recorded by Kenny Chesney on 2004's When The Sun Goes Down. "Some People Change" is a gospel-tinged country rock hymn with humble lyrics about giving folks a second chance to learn from their mistakes. The uplifting tune floats on vintage organ drones before unfolding to reveal the soaring, soulful harmonies of a huge church choir. With its blessings-counting lyrics, God loving sentiment, and classic American honky-tonk ballad song structure, it's no surprise that "Lucky Man" became the duo's third ever number one hit. "What Do Ya Think About That" didn't chart as high, but it's a funny little single that rips on the nosy neighbors and gossip mavens of heartland suburbia. "Hey Country" is an outstanding track which starts off sounding so similar to the intro riff of Heart's "Magic Man" that you have to wonder if Ann and Nancy Wilson would be put off or flattered. And though these ballads are as good as any, Montgomery Gentry shine best when fusing a 1970s country rock base with modern production like on "Free Ride In The Fast Lane."

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southern men got southern soul

montgomery gentry rocks as in rockabilly, and people if you haven't noticed they always have the man upstairs in alot of their music in one form or another, and for this iam extremly thank full,cause iam a christian cowboy reborn, and all their music in one form or another is alot like my life, i have followed them every since they came on the scene back in 2000 or 2001 and i will always have their music in my soul,thanks eddie and troy your music will live forever, a greatful christian cowboy

Powerful Stuff!

I have never written a review before. I am recently divorced and this couldn't have come at a better time. I got traded in for a boy toy. This one totally rocks and energizes me every day. Can't get enough of it. Turn it up and rock the house! It totally rules. If you're reading this, Thanks Montgomery Gentry! Best stuff ever that you guys have come out with. Keep it up!


These guys just get better with time!! I have all their albums and they get better as they go. The new one has that MG sound but it is all fresh material. These guys do not do the same thing over and over.AWESOME!!! I saw them in concert many times and the new album makes you feel like you are there again with them, every song on it is great!! Rock on guys!!! By the way, You do "Some People Change" much better than Chesney (he needs to blow his nose or take a sudafed-ha ha). If you don't have this album, BUY IT!!!


Formed: 1999 in Kentucky

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Country duo Montgomery Gentry evoke the sound and spirit of Southern rockers like Lynyrd Skynyrd, the Marshall Tucker Band, and Charlie Daniels, painting themselves as rowdy redneck rebels who still hold small-town values. Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry first played together in Early Tymz, a Lexington, Kentucky band led by Montgomery's brother, future country star John Michael Montgomery. Both Eddie and Troy had been performing on the local club scene since their teenage years, the former as a...
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