Some People Change

Some People Change

by Montgomery Gentry



Carnivores, rejoice! Those burly boys Montgomery Gentry are back for a fifth album of meat-and-potatoes country rock. Drums thunder, guitars scream and wail, background choruses shout and shout some more, and Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry declaim their tales about hard partying, fondly remembered old times, and working hard for every material reward. They even get into some sensitive areas with a booming power ballad, "Lucky Man," that celebrates the simple pleasures of "supper in the oven, and a good woman's lovin'." Evincing a populist bent in the Troy Gentry co-write, "Takes All Kinds," the fellows diss conformity and heap praise on the varieties of characters who make the world go 'round, in a muscular, churning tune that soars on the strength of snarling, coiling guitar lines, a rich burst of organ fills and urgent, insistent harmonizing throughout. The monster party-hearty outing here is "Hey Country," a jittery, guitar-heavy and consciously anthemic celebration of "shotguns, halter tops, six-packs, a Firebird" -- the eternal verities, in other words, and the fellas get into some country rapping in the verses before leading the chorus in boozy shouts. In short, the sum of human experience is condensed into the aforementioned songs as well as irresistible ditties such as the roiling, bluesy "A Man's Job," a bitter screed blistering a woman who left her older, responsible paramour for a lazy stud muffin of tender years; and a driving, spitfire rocker about paying dues, "Free Ride In the Fast Lane." Some People Change, but not these two.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/24/2006
Label: Sony
UPC: 0827969488829
catalogNumber: 94888

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Montgomery Gentry   Primary Artist
Eric Darken   Percussion
Scott Baggett   Bagpipes
Robert Bailey   Background Vocals
Bekka Bramlett   Background Vocals
Pat Buchanan   Acoustic Guitar,Harmonica
Everett Drake   Background Vocals
Dan Dugmore   Acoustic Guitar,Steel Guitar,Lap Steel Guitar
Shannon Forrest   Drums
Larry Franklin   Fiddle
Kenny Greenberg   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Vicki Hampton   Background Vocals
Tony Harrell   Piano,Hammond Organ
B. James Lowry   Acoustic Guitar
Greg Morrow   Percussion,Drums
Wendy Moten   Background Vocals
Nashville String Machine   Strings
Russ Pahl   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar,Steel Guitar,Lap Steel Guitar
Billy Panda   Mandolin,Electric Guitar
Shandra Penix   Background Vocals
Michael Rhodes   Bass Guitar
Brent Rowan   Electric Guitar
Crystal Taliefero   Background Vocals
Reese Wynans   Piano,Hammond Organ
Neil Thrasher   Background Vocals
Emily Harris   Background Vocals
Jeffrey Steele   Harmonica,Electric Guitar,Background Vocals
Stephen Mackey   Bass Guitar
Wes Hightower   Background Vocals
Perry Coleman   Background Vocals
Tom Bukovac   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Janice Corder   Background Vocals
Danny Myrick   Background Vocals
Jenkins Edward   Background Vocals
Angela Bennett Shelton   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Jeff Balding   Engineer
Steve Beers   Audio Production
David Campbell   String Arrangements
Greg Droman   Engineer,Audio Production
Steve Marcantonio   Engineer
Gary Nicholson   Composer
George Teren   Composer
Mark Wright   Producer
Tom Hambridge   Composer
Neil Thrasher   Composer
Tom Shapiro   Composer
Jeffrey Steele   Composer,Producer
Tracy Baskette-Fleaner   Art Direction
Matt Anderson   Engineer
Mellissa Schleicher   grooming
Rivers Rutherford   Composer,Producer
Jason Sellers   Composer
Michael Dulaney   Composer
Joey Turner   Engineer
Danny Myrick   Composer
J.C. Monterrosa   Engineer
Troy Gentry   Composer,Producer,Audio Production
Eddie Montgomery   Composer,Producer
Anthony Smith   Composer
Leslie Richter   Engineer
Chip Matthews   Engineer
Steve Blackmon   Engineer,Audio Production
Tony Mullins   Composer
David Beano Hall   Engineer
Judy Forde Blair   Liner Notes
Bart Allmand   Composer
David Cory Lee   Composer
Dave Turnbull   Composer
Brett Jones   Composer
Gary Hannan   Composer
Houston Robert   Composer
Phil O'Donnell   Composer
Matt Andersen   Audio Production

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4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've already been a big fan of theirs, but this album has made me even more so. I recently saw them in concert, which was the first time I heard the ballad "Clouds". Even if you haven't lost someone close to you, the cracking of Eddie's voice as he sings it is enough to bring a tear to anyone's eyes. I prefer their more upbeat songs, which they do great at on this album. Overall, awesome job.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love these rowdy guys!! They rock. My favorites "If you wanna keep an angel'" Some people change & What do you think about that?
Guest More than 1 year ago
Kenny Chesney Sang this song first and it is so much better..
Guest More than 1 year ago
will so far ive only herd the title track from the album off the radio and saw the video. a great song that sends a positive message / plus all there other songs are great also
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