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Album Review

Taking their name from a Laurel & Hardy movie, this five-member band may perhaps be best known from singing harmonies on Ty Herndon's "It Must Be Love" and/or Lee Ann Womack's "I Hope You Dance." And having released their first album, Whatever Comes First, with Epic Records in 1997 to little acclaim, Sons of the Desert is certainly on the road to changing all of that with their sophomore release, appropriately titled Change. From the first track straight through to the last, it's easy to see why a few country artists have chosen the Sons to sing background vocals: their harmonies are unparalleled. Mixing it up with humor, honesty, and all-out toe-tapping singles, Change is sure to make a place in the spotlight for the very appealing Sons of the Desert.

Customer Reviews

Hey you... Do not hesitate on this one - each track is worth buying!

I have to say that this album I originally purchased at a local store in my area - and it was from a used CD bin. Turned out to be a copy from a radio station that closed its operations. Fortunately I lost that copy and had to purchase the CD thus supporting the artist. I can say that my biggest pet peeve is buying a CD and finding out there are only one or two tracks that are really worth listening to - not with these folks or with Drew Womack. But, don't take my word for it - buy a couple of tracks then use the complete an album feature to finish your album. Great artist and covers a John Hiatt tune!

Ah, Man!

I found this album at the library and listened to it all. It's been months since that and I still love them! "Ride" is personally my favorite 'cuz I can sing it out to the world when biking w/out supervision, yet "Everybody's Gotta Grow Up Sometime" always brings back the times of living in my closet... ... But that's another story...

BUY this!

This has been one of my favorite albums (along with their first album) for YEARS!!! I wish they were still producing music...any chance of that happening? Drew Womack has an unforgettable voice and the harmonies are perfection. Love them, love them, love them!


Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Sons of the Desert are a contemporary country band with country-rock leanings who released their debut album, Whatever Comes First, in June of 1997. The first incarnation of Sons of the Desert was a Waco, TX-based bluegrass band comprised of McClennon Community College students who formed the group in 1989. The original lineup featured bassist Doug Virden and caught the attention of Drew Womack (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), who joined the band in 1990. Three years later, the group relocated to Dallas,...
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