True Love (The Desert Rose Band album)

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True Love
Studio album by The Desert Rose Band
Released 1 October 1991
Genre Country, country rock
Label Curb Records
Producer Tony Brown
The Desert Rose Band chronology
A Dozen Roses – Greatest Hits
(1991)
True Love
(1991)
Traditional
(1993)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
Record-Journal B+[2]
The Albany Herald favorable[3]

True Love is the fourth album by the country rock band The Desert Rose Band, released in 1991.[4] The album was released by the Curb record label, failing to make an impact on the American Country charts.

The track "Undying Love" featured a special guest appearance by Alison Krauss.[4]

Two single were released from the album, "You Can Go Home" and "Twilight is Gone". "You Can Go Home" was released in 1991, peaking at number 53 on the U.S. Hot Country Singles chart.[5] A music video was created for the single, directed by Gustavo Garzon. "Twilight Is Gone" was released in 1992, peaking at number 67 on the U.S. Hot Country Singles chart.[5] No music video was created for the single.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "You Can Go Home" - 3:33 (Chris Hillman; Jack Tempchin)
  2. "It Takes a Believer" - 3:34 (Chris Hillman; Michael Woody)
  3. "Twilight is Gone" - 3:40 (Chris Hillman; Steve Hill)
  4. "No One Else" - 3:19 (Chris Hillman; Herb Pedersen)
  5. "A Matter of Time" - 4:02 (Chris Hillman)
  6. "Undying Love" - 2:47 (Peter Rowan)
  7. "Behind These Walls" - 3:23 (Chris Hillman; Michael Woody)
  8. "True Love" - 3:07 (Chris Hillman; Steve Hill)
  9. "Glory and Power" - 3:25 (Chris Hillman; Steve Hill)
  10. "Shades of Blue" - 3:26 (Chris Hillman; Steve Hill)

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