A Dozen Roses – Greatest Hits

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A Dozen Roses – Greatest Hits
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Greatest hits album by The Desert Rose Band
Released January 4, 1991 (1991-01-04)
Genre Country, country rock
Length 39:05
Label MCA/Curb
Producer Ed Seay
Paul Worley
The Desert Rose Band chronology
Pages of Life
(1990)
A Dozen Roses – Greatest Hits
(1991)
True Love
(1991)

A Dozen Roses – Greatest Hits is the first greatest hits album by the American country music/country rock group The Desert Rose Band. It was released January 4, 1991 via MCA/Curb. The album peaked at number 44 on the Top Country Albums chart.[1]

Track listing[edit]

Source: Allmusic[2]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Love Reunited" Steve Hill, Chris Hillman 2:56
2. "One Step Forward" Hillman, Bill Wildes 3:22
3. "He's Back and I'm Blue" Robert Anderson, Michael Woody 3:05
4. "She Don't Love Nobody" John Hiatt 2:56
5. "Summer Wind" Hill, Hillman 3:26
6. "I Still Believe in You" Hill, Hillman 3:55
7. "Hello Trouble" Orville Couch, Eddie McDuff 2:03
8. "Start All Over Again" Hill, Hillman 4:29
9. "Story of Love" Hill, Hillman 2:32
10. "Will This Be the Day" Hill, Hillman 3:26
11. "Come a Little Closer" Hill, Hillman 3:57
12. "Price I Pay" Hillman, Wildes 2:58

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars link

The Allmusic review by William Ruhlmann awarded the album 4.5 stars stating

Personnel[edit]

  • Bill Brunt – art direction, design
  • Bill Bryson – bass guitar
  • Annette Cisneros, Dave Glover, Brad Jones, Pete Magdaleno, Ken Paulakovich, Mike Poole, Russ Ragsdale, Clarke Schleicher – assistant engineer
  • Steve Duncan – drums, percussion
  • Greg Gorman – photography
  • Chris Hillman – acoustic guitar, vocals
  • John Jorgenson – arranger, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin, mixing, vocals
  • Jim Kemp – art direction
  • Jay Dee Maness – pedal steel
  • Glenn Meadows – mastering
  • Robert K. Oermann – liner notes
  • Herb Pedersen – acoustic guitar, vocals
  • Ed Seay – mixing, producer
  • Paul Worley – producer

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1991) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 44

References[edit]

  1. ^ "A Dozen Roses Charts". Allmusic. Retrieved 7 April 2011. 
  2. ^ a b Ruhlmann, W. "A Dozen Roses Review". Retrieved 7 April 2011.