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Some People Change
Montgomery Gentry
Some People Change
Genres: Country, Pop, Rock
 
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It might have been tempting to subtitle the latest from Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry ...And Some People Don't. Though the soaring title ballad that opens the album celebrates the power of redemptive transformation, muc...  more »

      
   
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All Artists: Montgomery Gentry
Title: Some People Change
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Sony
Original Release Date: 1/1/2006
Re-Release Date: 10/24/2006
Genres: Country, Pop, Rock
Styles: Today's Country, Country Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 827969488829

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It might have been tempting to subtitle the latest from Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry ...And Some People Don't. Though the soaring title ballad that opens the album celebrates the power of redemptive transformation, much of the material finds the duo pledging allegiance to roots that remain proudly hick ("Hey Country," with its interplay of banjo and screaming rock guitars) and defiantly redneck ("Redder," "What Do You Think About That"). Highlights include a deathbed reconciliation between a stubborn father and his rebellious son on "20 Years Ago" and a revenge song that channels a "Pretty Woman" groove on "Your Tears Are Coming." Wherever Montgomery Gentry are taking their music, they haven't forgotten where they came from. --Don McLeese

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Janine W. from DUDLEY, MA
Reviewed on 8/22/2013...
This is a great CD. I love the songs. Especially the sound Clouds. Eddie sings this one alone. My personal favorite is Lucky Man. Glad I chose this CD.

Janine

CD Reviews

Awesome, just awesome!
DiHard | Upstate, NY | 11/25/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Not a bad track on this album! If you are an MG fan, you will not be disappointed. The title song ranges from country ballad to gospel, getting you to chime in on the chorus. "Clouds" will rip your heart out and make you shed a few tears; Eddie sings it with heartfelt emotion. I am a big fan of Eddie's voice, but Troy really comes into his own on a number of the tracks - the best I've ever heard him."
Best Album Ever!!!!
Greg Aikens | Madison, TN USA | 10/26/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is Montgomery Gentry's best album yet. From the first track to the last one. You'll be in amazement of how great their new album is. The first track is the title track "Some People Change". It is a remake that Kenney Chesney has done before them. In my opinion, Eddie and Troy sing this with so much passion it pulls you right into it. It's a song about people facing their inner demons and overcoming them.
Then "Hey Country" is a more southern rock style song and is a real catchy tune that we can all connect with.
"Lucky Man" is a song about realizing what you have, the great family you have, and good friends that would give you the shirt off their back if you needed it.
Another great song, "It Takes All Kinds", tells about how boring and messed the world would be if the whole world were the same. If we all were alike the world wouldn't go round the way it should.
"Your Tears are Comin'" is about your significant other two timing you. It's a song telling them that you can't break up with someone you loved without feeling a thing for them.
Then there is the heart felt, tear jerking song "Clouds". This song is about all the loved ones you have lost. It was co-wrote by Eddie Montgomery along with Jeffrey Steele and Tony Mullins. This song was written for Eddie's deceased father and son. You can feel all of Eddie's emotions when you hear him sing this powerful ballad. You will probably even shed a tear when you hear this song, believe me even I got teary-eyed.
"Twenty Years Ago" is also a heart felt song that Troy sings with all his heart. It's about a father and son that haven't spoken to each other in 20 years, over a little dispute, until his father was dying.
Next "what Do Ya Think About That" Is a song that is kind of similar to their 2004 "You Do Your Thing" single. It tells about a guys neighbor who doesn't really like him. The guy really doesn't care about what others think about him. It is a very catchy tune and makes you just want to sing along the whole time it's playing.
"Redder Than That" is a song about a class reunion but can be expressed as so much more. It's a song we can all relate to.
"A Man's Job" is about a guy's wife who divorced him for a younger man who is never home and breaks her heart. She looks back and regrets what she did and her ex-husband is telling her you can't expect a boy to do "A Man's Job".
"If You Wanna Keep An Angel" is a song telling about a bad boy that needs to straighten up and fly right in order to keep the girl of his dreams. Then there's the last track, "Free Ride In The Fast Lane". It is a song about the MG style of life that Eddie and Troy live. Always on the road running and gunning from venue to venue.
Overall this is the greatest country album you can buy. It has every type of song you can possibly think of. Songs that will make you happy, sad, and ones that just make you want to party MG style. This is a country album that is country with a twist of southern rock. Waylon Jennings with the sound of Skynyrd. I didn't know how they would make a better album then "You Do Your Thing", considering the fact they had two number one hits on it. All I have to say is that Eddie and Troy really worked hard on this album and it payed off. Every song on this album could be a #1 single. I highly recommend everybody to pick up their copy of "Some People Change". You won't be disappointed! If you are not a country music lover you will be after listening to this great duo perform these heartfelt, everyday life songs that you will relate to.
Great Job Eddie and Troy. This is your best work yet and you guys are always putting out better music. Get Your copy today!
You won't regret it!!
Greg Aikens (Greg625)"